Awards

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ICL Award

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Applied Labor Award

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Medal of the Geological Society

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Gedalia Gvirtsman Prize

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Rafael Freund Award

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Dr. Peretz Gerder Award for Young Researchers

 

Medal of the Geological Society

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The Geological Society Medal is awarded as a commendation to a member or several members who have made an outstanding contribution in the field of geology and earth sciences for society in Israel over the past three years. Special emphasis in the considerations of the award committee is given on activities in public frameworks that include the formal and informal education system, environmental organizations and planning institutions. Considerations for this award also include initiatives in the field of geological site conservation and popular scientific writing on geological issues.

Award Committee:

The jury for awarding the medal consists of three members, including the president of the company, who also serves as chairman of the committee.

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The Israel Geological Society Medal

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The medal of the Geological Society of Israel is awarded annually to a member or several members of the society who made a significant contribution to Israeli society in Earth science. Special consideration is given as a token of appreciation for public, educational and environmental activities, as well as popular scientific writing.

The Committee:

The committee comprises 3 members and includes the president of the society as its chair.

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Winners:

Winners:

2020 John Hall

2018 Abraham Strinsky

2017 Yoav Avni

2016 Gideon Almagor

2015 Ezra Zilberman and Amir Eidelman

2013 Doron Moore

2010 July Zaslavsky

Emanuel Mazor

Avi Shapira

2003 Akiva Flexer

Hanan Ginat

2001 Nir Orion

2020 John K Hall

2018 Avraham Starinski

2017 Yoav Avni

2016 Gideon Almagor

2015 Ezra Zilberman and Amir Eidelman

2013 Doron Mor

2010 Yuly Zaslavsky

2009 Emmanuel Mazor

2005 Avi Shapira

2003 Akiva Flexer

2002 Hanan Ginat

2001 Nir Orion

 

Dr. Peretz Gerder Award for Young Researchers

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The late Dr. Peretz Garder served as Director of the Petroleum Department at the Ministry of Development and Director of the Petroleum Department at the Geological Survey, and perished in a plane crash in Iran during his work. The Geological Society will award the prize in the name of the late Dr. Peretz Garder once a year to a member of the association whose age does not exceed 36 years on the day of receiving the prize for public publication of an original essay in the field of earth sciences.

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Award Committee:

The president of the company will serve as chairman of the committee and will be joined by up to three additional members (at least one), with proven research experience in the field of earth sciences.

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The Peretz Grader award for young researchers

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The Peretz Grader award is awarded annually to a member of the geological society, below the age of 36, for a significant publication in the Earth sciences, published up to 2 years prior presentation of the award.

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The award committee:

The president of the society will be the chair of the committee, and will decide on the winner in consultation with 1-3 additional members. All members must possess proven background in the fields of Earth science.

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Winners:

Winners:

2020 Nir Galili and Yoav Ben Dor

2019 Dana Titlebaum

2018 Ido Sirota
2017 Michael Annburg
2016 Chen Gruber
2015 Emery Oz
2014 Jonathan Goldsmith
2013 Ren Nof
2012 Navot Morag
2011 Ron Gate
2010 with me Resnik
2009 Learn Goren
2008 Goni Yagoda-Biran
Roi Granot and Adi Turpstein
Roni Kamai
Orit Sivan and Adva Avital
2004 Alyssa Keegan
2003 Anton Wax and Nicholas Waldman
2002 Yuval Bartov and Daniel Glick
2001 Batina Shilman and Yariv Hamiel
2000 Amir Sagi and M. Tsarsky
1999 n. The eldest
1998 Meir Abelson and Galit Kadan
1997 Sigal Abramovich and Zohar Gvirtzman
1996 Nadia Toich
1995 Alex Becker and Shaul Horowitz
1994 Remy Weinberger
1993 Rani Calvo

1991 Shmulik Marco
1992 Judith Harleben
1990 Haim Gvirtzman and Avi Burg
1989 Amotz Agnon and Oded Navon
1988 with me Gabrieli
1987 Ditza Kempler and Aldo Shemesh
1986 Dov Avigad
1985 Ronit Nativ
1984 Gadi Shamir
1983 Miriam Bielski
1982 Haim Binyamini
1981 David Bonan
1980 Laura Buchbinder and David Frank
1979 Ezra Zilberman
1977 Benjamin z. Begin and Zeev Ridge
1976 Zvi Ben-Avraham and Yoram Shoham
1975 Ezekiel Druckman
1973 Yitzhak Levy
1972 Joshua Kolodny
1971 Eli Gavish and Uri Kafri
1968 Avraham Lerman et al. Aharoni
1967 Eitan Shesh and Yaakov Natan
1966 Yaakov Kerch and Zvi Garfunkel
1962 Lisa Heller-Clay and Raphael Freund

2020 Nir Galili and Yoav Ben Dor

2019 Danna Titelboim

2018 Ido Sirota

2017 Michael Anenburg

2016 Chen Gruber

2015 Imri Oz

2014 Yonatan Goldsmith

2013 Ran Nof

2012 Navot Morag

2011 Ron Shaar

2010 Itay Reznik

2009 Liran Goren

2008 Goni Yagoda-Biran

2007 Roei Granot and Adi Torfstein

2006 Ronnie Kamai

2005 Orit Sivan and Adva Avital

2004 Elisa Kagan

2003 Anton Vaks and Nicholas Waldmann

2002 Yuval Bartov and Daniel Glik

2001 Betina Shilman and Yariv Hamiel

2000 Amir Sagi and M. Ceserski

1999 N. Behor

1998 Meir Abelson and Galit Kadan

1997 Sigal Abramovitch and Zohar Gvirtzman

1996 Nadia Teutsch

1995 Alex Beker and Shaul Horowitz

1994 Rami Weinberger

1993 Rani Calvo

1992 Shmulik Marco

1991 Yehudit Harlavan

1990 Haim Gvirtzman and Avi Burg

1989 Amotz Agnon and Oded Navon

1988 Itai Gavrieli

1987 Ditza Kempler and Aldo Shemesh

1986 Dov Avigad

1985 Ronit Nativ

1984 Gadi Shamir

1983 Miriam Bielski

1982 Chaim Binyamini

1981 David Bonen

1980 Laura Buchbinder and David Shafranek

1979 Ezra Zilberman

1977 Binyamin Z. Begin and Zeev Reches

1976 Zvi Ben-Avraham and Yoram Shoham

1975 Yehezkel Druckman

1973 Yitzhak Levi

1972 Yehoshua Kolodny

1971 Eli Gavish and Uri Kafri

1968 Avraham Lerman and A. Aharoni

1967 Eitan Sass and Yaakov Nathan

1966 Yaakov Karcz and Zvi Garfunkel

1962 Lisa Heller-Kallai and Rafael Freund

 

The John Hall Geological Society Award for Research and Applied Work Infrastructure in the Earth Sciences

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The award, initiated by Dr. John Hall, is given every two years as a token of appreciation for research activities that have significantly contributed to the creation and advancement of knowledge infrastructures and database development. The award will be given to a friend or friends who have been involved in the construction and processing of databases in the fields of geology, oceanography, geomorphology and the environment, which serve as a basis for research in earth sciences and related science and technology fields. The databases must be open and available to all.

Award Committee:

The award committee will consist of three members, including the president of the company, who will also serve as the committee's chairman. The committee members will be elected by the board for one year, and it will be possible to extend their term for a maximum of two more years.

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The Israel Geological Society Hall award for applied research and research infrastructure

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The award, named after Dr. John K. Hall, is provided biannually for infrastructural work in Earth Science and related fields of technology, which was published in an open-access and readily available database.

The Committee:

The committee comprises 3 members and includes the president of the society as its chair. Members of the committee will be elected for a single year and their service in the committee may be extended by an additional 2 years.

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Winners:

2020 Gideon Tibor

2016 Baruch Derin

2014 Lorian Fleischer

2012 Amihai sneh

Winners:

2020 Gideon Tibor

2016 Baruch Darin

2014 Lorian Fleischer

Amichai Sneh

 

Award of the Israeli Geological Society in the name of the late Professor Raphael Freund

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The late Prof. Rafael Freund worked as a professor of geology at the Institute of Earth Sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and served as president of the Israeli Geological Society from 1964 to 1968. Prof. Freund was one of the first to recognize the importance of plate tectonics. Geology science among those interested and amateurs and has worked in the field of economic geology as part of his role as a board member of the National Oil Exploration Company.

The prize in the name of Prof. Raphael Freund will be awarded annually to a member or several members of the Geological Society for an excellent essay written in the field of earth sciences and published in the three years prior to the award. Alternatively, the award will also be given for a cumulative and outstanding scientific contribution in the field of the award winner or award winners, which is reflected in a number of significant essays published during the five years prior to the award date.

Award Committee:

The committee will consist of four members with proven research experience in the field of earth sciences and the president of the company, who will also chair the committee. The four committee members will be elected by the board for one year, and their term can be extended by a maximum of two more years. During their tenure on the committee.

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The Prof. Rafael Freund award

The Prof. Rafael Freund award is awarded annually to a member, or several members of the Israel Geological Society as a token of appreciation for an excellent publication in the field of Earth science that was published within the last 3 years. The award may also be awarded for cumulative contributions in the form of several publications within the 5 years prior to the committee's decision.

The Committee:

The committee comprises 4 members with explicit research experience in the field of Earth science, and includes the president of the society as its chair. Members of the committee are elected for a single year and their service in the committee may be extended by an additional 2 years. Award nominees will not serve as members of the committee.

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Winners:

2020 Yigal Erel

2019 Dov Avigad

2018 Meir Abelson

2017 Yael Kiro

2016 Uri Schatner

2015 Roie Granot

2014 Boaz Lazar

2013 Jonathan Erez

2012 Avraham Starinski and Amitai Katz

2011 Ari Matmon and Naomi Porat

2010 Vladimir Lyakhovsky

2009 Rivka Amit, Yehouda Enzel and David Sharon

2008 Alon Ziv

2007 Amotz Agnon and Shmuel Marco

2006 Alan Matthews

2005 Gidi Steinitz, Binyamin Z. Begin and Naama Gazit-Yaari

2004 David Soudry

2003 Rami Weinberger

2002 Oded Navon

2001 Miriam Bar-Matthews, Avner Ayalon and Aharon Kaufman

2000 Amihai Sneh, Yosef Bartov, Tuvia Weissbrod and Marcelo Rosensaft

1999 John K. Hall

1998 Yoram Eshet

1997 Ahuva Almogi-Labin

1996 Zeev Reches

1995 Inna Dubroskina

1994 Mordechai Stein

1992 Gideon Baer

1991 Yehoshua Kolodny

1990 Amos Bein

1987 Haggai Ron and Zvi Garfunkel

1986 Yaakov Bentor

1985 Yair Rotstein and Zvi Ben Avraham

1984 Zeev Reiss

1983 Avraham Parnes

1982 Eytan Sass

1981 Aharon Horovitz

1980 Dan Gil and Dov Bahat

1979 Shulamit Gross

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Winners:

2020 Yigal Erel

2019 Dov Avigad

2018 Meir Abelson

2017 Yael Kiro

2016 Uri Shatner

2015 Roi Granot

2014 Boaz Lazar

2013 Jonathan Erez

Avraham Strinsky and Amitai Katz

Ari Ari Matmon and Naomi Porat

Vladimir Leichowski 2010

Rebecca Amit, Yehuda Anzel and David Sharon

Alon Ziv

Amotz Agnon and Shmuel Marco

Alan Matthews

2005 Gidi Steinitz, Benjamin Z. Begin and Naama Gazit-Yaari

David Sudri

Rami Weinberger

Oded Navon

2001 Miriam Bar Matius, Avner Ayalon and Aharon Kaufman

2000 Amichai Sneh, Yosef Bartov, Tuvia Weisbrod and Marcelo Rosenzept

1999 John K. Hall

1998 Yoram Eshet

1997 Beloved Coral-in

1996 Wolf Ridge

1995 is not Dobroskina

1994 Moti Stein

1992 Gideon Bar

1991 Joshua Kolodny

1990 Amos Bain

1987 Hagai Ron and Zvi Garfunkel

1986 Yaakov Ben Tor

1985 Yair Rothstein and Zvi Ben-Avraham

1984 Wolf Rice

1983 Avraham Perens

1982 Ethan Six

1981 Aaron Horowitz

1980 Dan Gil and Dov Bahat

1979 Shulamit Gross

 

ICL Award for the Advancement and Integration of Geology in Industry

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The ICL award is given for outstanding work in the field of earth and environmental sciences, which includes a significant component of fieldwork, for students who are members of the Israeli Geological Society, described second or higher.

Award Committee:

The award committee will consist of the president of the association, two other members of the association, and a representative of ICL as an observer.

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Winners:

2020 Nimrod Wieler

2018 Ali Arnon

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Winners:

2020 Nimrod Wheeler

2018 Ali Arnon

 
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The late Gedalia Gvirtzman Prize for Young Reserve

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The Geological Society will award the Geological Society Prize once a year in the name of the late Prof. Gedaliah Gvirtsman, a pioneer of geological research in Israel, a senior researcher at the Geological Survey and the founder of geology studies at Bar Ilan University.

The purpose of the award is to honor and encourage the excellence of researchers in the early stages of their scientific endeavors. The prize will be awarded to the Geological Society for the publication of a certified work or a considered scientific work, up to two years from the time of publication. The list of nominees for the award will be gender balanced and will include at least 30% of each gender. If the Search Committee has not obtained a representative list as aforesaid, then it shall address this in its decision and report the matter to the General Assembly.

The prize will be awarded to the Geological Society for the publication of a certified work or a considered scientific work, up to two years from the time of publication.

Award Committee:

Will be composed of four members who have proven research experience in the field of earth sciences. The president of the company will be one of the members of the committee and will serve as chairman. In the event of a tie in a decision, the vote of the chairman of the committee will be considered a double vote.

Winners:

2021 Gal Yasur

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