2020 Ruth Patrick Award: Jean-Pierre Gattuso

The Ruth Patrick Award honors scientists who have applied the aquatic sciences toward solving critical environmental problems. Jean‐Pierre Gattuso (Sorbonne University) is the 2020 recipient of the Ruth Patrick Award in recognition for his leadership in, and commitment to, addressing ocean acidification. This acidification is due to increasing carbon dioxide in marine waters driven by fossil fuel emissions and represents a major threat to marine biodiversity. Dr. Gattuso’s research is providing the scientific basis and best practices to advance experimental research and solutions to solve this important challenge.

Anonymous, 2020. Ruth Patrick Award: Jean-Pierre Gattuso. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 29: 37. Article.

1 Response to “2020 Ruth Patrick Award: Jean-Pierre Gattuso”

  1. 1 Olga Anghelici 24 June 2020 at 11:08

    My heartfelt congratulations to Dr Gattuso for this well-deserved award! An eminent researcher and devoted leader of the ocean acidification community, Dr Gattuso has pledged his life to the advancement of marine sciences in the most exemplary and commendable way. May his endeavors inspire and guide new generations of scholars, and continue to serve the global community in the attainment of sustainability-led progress. Congratulations again and best wishes of continued fulfillment and success!

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