Awards and Recognition
(See Press Clippings page for other.)
Sandra L. Arlinghaus and William C. Arlinghaus, Spatial Synthesis Sampler,
Solstice, Summer 2004. Semi-Finalist, Pirelli
2003 INTERNETional Award Competition.
Sandra Lach Arlinghaus, recipient, The Presidentís Volunteer Service Award,
March 11, 2004.
A. Nystuen, won the 2003 Medwin Prize in Acoustical Oceanography given
by the Acoustical Society of America.
The citation was "for the innovative use of sound to measure rainfall rate
and type at sea". It is awarded to a young/mid-career scientist whose
work demonstrates the effective use of sound in the discovery and understanding
of physical and biological parameters and processes in the sea.
Sandra L. Arlinghaus,
William C. Arlinghaus, and Frank Harary. Graph Theory and Geography:
an Interactive View (eBook), published by John Wiley
and Sons, New York, April 2002. Finished as a Finalist in the 2002
Pirelli INTERNETional Award Competition (in the top 20 of over 1200 entries
worldwide). Link to Pirelli website
and to downloaded pages concerning this particular competition:
Solstice, Semi-Finalist, Pirelli 2001 INTERNETional Award Competition
in the Environmental Publishing category.
Solstice, article about it by Ivars Peterson in Science News,
25 January, 1992..
Solstice, article about it by Joe Palca, Science (AAAS),
29 November, 1991.