(Prior to 2017, The Remote Sensing Prize; prior to 2007, Remote Sensing Lecturer.)
The David and Lucille Atlas Remote Sensing Prize is granted biennially to individuals in recognition of advances in the science and technology of remote sensing, and its application to knowledge of the earth, oceans, and atmosphere, and/or to the benefit of society. The award is in the form of a medallion and a check.
Nominations are considered by the Atmospheric Research Awards Committee, which makes a recommendation for final approval by AMS Council.
Thank you for your interest in submitting a nomination! AMS membership is not required to submit an award nomination. Nominations are due by 1 May. The nominator is responsible for uploading the entire nomination package.
The nominees for awards remain on the committee's active list for three years. You will be allowed to update an unsuccessful nomination at the beginning of the next award cycle.
The 2019 Lecturers have been selected by AMS Council. Nominations for the 2020 Lecturers will open in January 2019.