Miroslaw Romanowski Medal
The Miroslaw Romanowski Medal is awarded annually by the Royal Society of Canada "for significant contributions to the resolution of scientific aspects of environmental problems or for important improvements to the quality of an ecosystem in all aspects - terrestrial, atmospheric and aqueous - brought about by scientific means".
Established in 1994, the medal is named in honour of the metrologist Mirosław Romanowski.
Source: Royal Society of Canada
- 2016 - Mark Boyce, FRSC
- 2015 - Kerry Rowe, FRSC
- 2014 - Yves Bergeron, FRSC
- 2013 - John Giesy, FRSC
- 2012 - Catherine Potvin
- 2011 - Andrew J. Weaver, FRSC
- 2010 - Donald Mackay
- 2009 - Stan Boutin, FRSC
- 2008 - Warwick F. Vincent, FRSC
- 2007 - Christopher M. Wood
- 2006 - Richard Peltier
- 2005 - Robie Macdonald, FRSC
- 2004 - Derek C.G. Muir, FRSC
- 2003 - Peter J. Dillon
- 2002 - Kevin J. Kennedy
- 2001 - John P. Smol, FRSC
- 2000 - David R.S. Lean
- 1999 - Howard Roy Krouse, FRSC & Jerome O. Nriagu, FRSC
- 1998 - Thomas C. Hutchinson, FRSC
- 1997 - Michel Maldague
- 1996 - John A. Cherry, FRSC & Robert W. Gillham
- 1995 - Pierre Legendre, MSRC
- 1994 - David W. Schindler, FRSC
- "Miroslaw Romanowski Medal". Royal Society of Canada. Retrieved 22 November 2015.
- "Mark Boyce awarded prestigious Miroslaw Romanowski Medal". The Wildlife Society. Retrieved 2 December 2016.