Symons Gold Medal

The Symons Gold Medal is awarded biennially by the Royal Meteorological Society for distinguished work in the field of meteorological science.[1]

It was established in 1901 in memory of George James Symons, a notable British meteorologist.

RecipientsEdit

Source (1978-): Royal Metereological Society

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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