Forest Service Deputy Chief Honors Center Research Hydrologist

 

2017_rd_deputy_chief_awardees.jpgCenter research hydrologist Ge Sun is one of four Forest Service scientists who have received 2017 Deputy Chief's Awards for outstanding contributions to research and science delivery. Sun was honored with a Distinguished Science award "for his sustained productivity and leadership in forest hydrology research, including the development and application of hydrological models and tools for global natural resource management in a changing environment." Research and Development Deputy Chief Carlos Rodriguez-Franco presented the awards during a ceremony on February 7 in Washington, DC. Southern Research Station Director Rob Doudrick accepted the award on behalf of Sun, who was also recently honored with a Forest Service Chief's Honor Award. Read more about the 2017 Deputy Chief's Awards...

Pictured: Carlos Rodriguez-Franco (right) presented 2017 Deputy Chief Awards to four Forest Service scientists on February 7. Rob Doudrick (left) accepted a Distinguished Science award on Sun's behalf. Photo by Joyce El Kouarti, U.S. Forest Service.

 

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