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Rob Scagel

Rob K Scagel

 Credentials

  • M.Sc. (Botany). [1]

 Background

Rob Scagel is listed as the “principal consultant” for a company called Pacific Phytometric Consultants based in Surrey, BC, Canada.

Numerous sources describe Scagel as a “forest microclimate specialist.”

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Petr Chylek

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Petr Chylek

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Physics, University of California, Riverside (1970).
  • Diploma, theoretical physics, Charles University, Prague (1967).

Source: [1],[2]

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Lee C. Gerhard

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Lee C. Gerhard

Credentials  

  • Ph.D., Geology. University of Kansas, 1964.
  • M.S., Paleontology minor. University of Kansas, 1961.
  • B.S., Geology. Syracuse University, 1958.

Source: [1]

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Madhav Khandekar

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Madhav Khandekar

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Meteorology, Florida State University.
  • M.Sc., Meteorology, Florida State University.
  • M.Sc., Statistics, Pune University (India).
  • B.Sc., Mathematics.
  • B.Sc., Physics.

Source: [1]

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Wibjorn Karlen

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Wibjorn Karlen

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., professor emeritus of physical geography and quaternary geology.

 Background

Karlen is a retired professor in the department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology from Stockholm University.

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Freeman Dyson

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Freeman Dyson

 Credentials

  • B.A. in Mathematics, University of Cambridge (1945).
  • Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, (1946–47).
  • Attended Cornell University in 1947 with a Commonwealth Fellowship.
  • Research Fellow, University of Birmingham, 1949–51
  • Professor of physics at Cornell University, 1951.
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Ian Clark

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Ian Clark

 Credentials

According to the NRSP, Clark completed his graduate studies at the University of Waterloo and at the Université de Paris Sud (Orsay) in isotope hydrogeology and paleoclimatology. [1]

 Background

Clark is a professor in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Ottawa.

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