Charles Schuchert Award

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The Charles Schuchert Award is presented by the Paleontological Society to a person under 40 whose work reflects excellence and promise in the science of paleontology. [1] The award was made in honor of Charles Schuchert (1858 – 1942), an American invertebrate paleontologist.

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  1. "Grants and Awards". Paleontological Society. Retrieved 2 April 2017.