RCAS Distinguished Explorer for 2014 Announced | Meg Lowman Meg Lowman, nicknamed the “real-life Lorax” by National Geographic and “Einstein of the treetops” by Wall Street Journal, pioneered the science of canopy ecology. The Chief of Science & Sustainability at the California Academy of Sciences, Meg Lowman has just been named the Distinguished Explorer Award recipient for
RCAS Distinguished Explorer for 2014 Announced | Meg Lowman Meg Lowman, nicknamed the “real-life Lorax” ...
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An Interview with John Grotzinger Following our 2013 Distinguished Explorer Award event, I had the joy of interviewing Dr. Grotzinger exclusively for the Roy Chapman Andrews Society. He was incredibly generous with his time and offered a great deal of wisdom and insight. On behalf of the RCAS, I hope that you enjoy reading what […]
Mission of the Roy Chapman Andrews Society
The Roy Chapman Andrews Society honors the legacy of Roy Chapman Andrews by: educating the public about Andrews’ life, work, and adventures; promoting the value of scientific exploration and discovery; emphasizing Andrews’ lifetime ties to Beloit, Wisconsin.