The Earth Model Award is an international geoscience competition rewarding excellence in Master’s level research.
The Earth Model Award (EMA) was established as the Neftex Earth Model Award in 2012, in affiliation with the Geological Society of London, to foster the link between industry and academia by rewarding excellence in Master’s level research.
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The application window for the 2020 Earth Model Award is now closed for application. Winners will be announced shortly.
Our winners for the 2019 Earth Model Award are:
Adam Tuppen, Colorado School of Mines,
‘Nine-Component Seismic Amplitude Inversion: A Case Study in the Eagle Ford Shale’
Edward Clennett, University of Oxford,
‘A Quantitative Tomotectonic Plate Reconstruction of Western North America and the Eastern Pacific Basin’
William Bailey, University of Leeds,
‘Distribution and controls of contourite drifts in subduction complexes: implications for structural evolution and petroleum systems of convergent margins’