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  • Royal Geographical Society Medals and Awards for 1988Source: Area, Vol. 20, No. 3 (Sep., 1988), p. 212Published by: The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20002620 .Accessed: 15/06/2014 02:09

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    Royal Geographical Society Medals and Awards for 1988

    Special Medal The National Geographic Society 'For a century of disseminating geographical knowledge and cartography '

    Founder's Medal Professor Peter Hall University of Reading ' For contributions to the geography of cities and planning '

    Patron's Medal Mr Nigel de N Winser Expedition Officer, Royal Geographical Society 'For leadership of the Oman Wahiba Sands Project and administration of other sponsored projects'

    Victoria Medal Professor Brian Berry University of Texas at Dallas' For contributions to human geography'

    Busk Medal Dr Malcolm Coe University of Oxford ' For leadership of the Kora Research Project'

    Murchison Award Dr Roger Tomlinson Tomlinson Associates Limited, Canada ' For contributions to the develop ment of geographic information systems'

    Back Award Dr Denis Cosgrove Loughborough University ' For contributions to human geography'

    Cuthbert Peek Award Dr John Wilkinson University of Oxford 'For contributions to the geography of the Middle East '

    Gill Award Professor A Henderson-Sellers University of Liverpool' For contributions to climatology'

    Cherry Kearton Medal and Award Dr Bradford Washburn Boston's Museum of Science' For cartography and nature photography'

    Ness Award Dr John Matthews University College Cardiff' For leadership of glaciological expeditions'

    Edward Heath Award Dr Nigel Thrift University of Bristol ' For contributions to human geography in the developing world '

    Honorary vice-president Dr Helen Wallis Map Library, British Library

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    Article Contentsp. 212

    Issue Table of ContentsArea, Vol. 20, No. 3 (Sep., 1988), pp. 209-300Front MatterGuest Editorial: Time for Research [pp. 209-211]Royal Geographical Society Medals and Awards for 1988 [p. 212-212]Redressing the Balance? The Worker Co-operative and Women's Work [pp. 213-219]Urban Geography and the Socialist City [p. 220-220]Social Differentiation in Old Central City Neighbourhoods in Poland [pp. 221-232]'Divide and Rule': The Impress of British Separation Policies [pp. 233-240]Work and Leisure: Exploring a Relationship [pp. 241-252]House Prices and Local Labour Market Performance: An Analysis of Building Society Data for 1985 [pp. 253-263]Some Problems with R&D/SE&T-Based Definitions of High Technology Industry [pp. 265-277]ObservationsAn Equal Opportunities Policy for the IBG? [pp. 279-280]

    Comments: Discussion Arising from Papers in "Area"Redefining Agricultural Geography as the Geography of Food [pp. 281-283]Teaching and Research: Author's Reply to Comments [pp. 283-284]

    Conference ReportsLatin Americanist Geographers at the Frontier [pp. 285-286]Women, Work and Place [pp. 286-287]Women and Geography Study Group Weekend [pp. 287-288]New Agendas in Intergovernmental Decentralisation [pp. 288-289]Cowboys, Cookouts and Canyons [pp. 289-290]

    New Appointments [p. 297-297]Research Grants [pp. 297-299]Errata: Developing Areas Research in British Geography 1982-1987 [p. 300-300]Back Matter