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Marlene Noble Wins Reimbursable Activities Recognition Award

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Above: Marlene Noble was the recipient of the 2005 Geology Discipline Reimbursable Activities Recognition Award.

Physical oceanographer Marlene Noble received the 2005 Geology Discipline Reimbursable Activities Recognition Award at the Western Region 2005 Awards Ceremony, held October 12, 2005, in Menlo Park, CA. The award was announced by Western Regional Deputy Director Brian Cole, who said:

"Marlene Noble has provided the Bureau and the Geology Discipline with outstanding scientific leadership. Marlene's work has significantly contributed to advancing the understanding of sediment- and pollutant-transport processes, the mechanics of oceanographic events such as internal waves and bores, and the application of geologic studies to human health. Her efforts have generated considerable reimbursable income and have contributed to the overall financial health of the USGS and its Geology Discipline. Marlene has been successful in obtaining funds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Orange County and Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts. Her work has led to a greater understanding of ocean circulation near major urban cities, including Los Angeles and San Francisco."


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