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The AAG Gold Medal is the highest award given by the international Association of Applied Geochemists (AAG). It recognizes recipients' lifetime achievements, or significant contributions to geochemistry and its applications. The medal is minted with the name of the recipient and the year of the award from two troy ounces of silver bullion.
The following have received the gold medal:
|1995||Charles Butt and Ray Smith|
|1999||Robert W. Boyle|
|2013||Clemens Reimann and Eric Hoffman|
- "Gold Medal". AAG. Retrieved 23 June 2019.
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