TOS Honors recognise MBON co-chair

The Oceanography Society (TOS) 2024 Honors has recently recognised the Marine Biodiversity Observation Network’s (MBON) co-chair, Dr. Frank Muller-Karger, as a Fellow for his exceptional achievement and contributions to ocean sciences.

The MBON secretariat, hosted by the AIR Centre, could not be more pleased at this nomination, which recognises Dr. Muller-Karger for extraordinary endowment and leadership in furthering our understanding of Earth and, in particular, the ocean, through the use of remote sensing and field work. His achievements will be celebrated during The Oceanography Society’s Honors Breakfast taking place on February 21, 2024, during the Ocean Sciences Meeting.

The Oceanography Society (TOS) Honors recognises members and colleague’s accomplishments for outstanding contributions to the field of oceanography. Know more about this year’s edition here: