ERG Faculty Margaret Torn Honored in the American Geophysical Union’s 2017 Class of Fellows

We are pleased to announce that ERG faculty member Margaret Torn has been selected in the 2017 class of American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fellows.

From the official announcement:
“AGU Fellows are recognized for their outstanding contributions to scholarship and discovery in the Earth and space sciences. Their work not only expands the realm of human knowledge, but also contributes to the scientific understanding needed for building a sustainable future,” said Eric Davidson, AGU President. “The diversity of disciplines and career backgrounds of this year’s Fellows is demonstrative of the breadth and depth of expertise of AGU’s global membership of more than 60,000. We are pleased to recognize and honor the newest class of Fellows for their significant and lasting contributions to the Earth and space sciences.”

The full announcement can be read on the AGU website here.

To find more information on Dr. Torn and her research, visit her profiles on the ERG or Lawrence Berkeley Lab websites or the announcement made by the College of Natural Resources.