Barlow Memorial Medal

The Barlow Memorial Medal was created in 1916 by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum to recognize the best paper on economic geology published by the Institute each year.[1]

Initially a cash prize, the award then became a silver medal (supplemented by a cash prize), upgrading in 1941 to a gold medal.

The medal is named after Alfred Ernest Barlow, who served as President of the Institute between 1912 and 1919.

Recent PrizewinnersEdit

Source:(2006-) Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum
Source (1926-2000): Literary Awards

  • 2019: Alexander Prikhodko ; Hamid Mumin
  • 2017: Malcolm Thurston
  • 2015: Christine L. McKechnie; Irvine R. Annesley; Kevin M. Ansdell
  • 2014: Jim Oliver
  • 2013: Olivier Rabeau
  • 2012: Li Zhen Cheng
  • 2011: Michael D. Doggett; Richard A. Leveille
  • 2010: David R. Lentz
  • Donald Hoy; Kathleen G. Thorne; Les R. Fyffe; Louis J. Cabri
  • 2005: Greg A. Shore
  • 2000: no winner
  • 1999: no winner
  • 1998: D.H. Rousell; H.L. Gibson; I.R. Jonasson
  • 1949: Theodore August Link; Clarence O. Swanson
  • 1948: Arthur B. Yates
  • 1947: Neil Campbell
  • 1946: Stanley Davidson
  • 1945: Victor Dolmage; C. E. Gordon Brown
  • 1944: C. H. Stockwell
  • 1943: John D. Bateman
  • 1942: no winner
  • 1941: Paul Billingsley; Chamberlain B. Hume
  • 1940: Harold Hopkins
  • 1939: J.E. Gill
  • 1938: Courtney E. Cleveland; Staff of Pioneer Mines
  • 1937: H.C. Gunning
  • 1936: W.T. Robson
  • 1935: G.M. Brownell; A.R. Kinkel, Jr.
  • 1934: Peter Prie
  • 1933: L. Telfer
  • 1932: J.E. Hawley
  • 1931: A.K. Snelgrove
  • 1930: B.R. Mackay
  • 1929: V. Corless
  • 1928: no winner
  • 1927: F.W. Gray
  • 1926: G.S. Hume

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Barlow medal for Best Geological Paper". Retrieved 21 June 2015.

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