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Keith Kvenvolden Receives Distinguished Lecturer Award at GSA Meeting


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Keith Kvenvolden (left) receives Michel T. Halbouty Distinguished Lecturer Award from former USGS Director Gordie Eaton.
On November 14th, Keith Kvenvolden received the first Michel T. Halbouty Distinguished Lecturer Award at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America in Reno, NV. His distinguished lecture was titled "The Yin and Yang of Gas Hydrate." Gordie Eaton, former Director of the USGS, presented the award (a monetary prize).


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