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I helped to shape our understanding of global warming and discovered that ice sheets fluctuated during the Quaternary!
23 June 1937 – 24 January 2006
Geology and paleoclimatology Ad hominem Professor in the Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. Also Director of the Godwin Institute of Quaternary Research (GIQR) + third and final director of the Subdepartment of Quaternary Research (until 1994) (All University of Cambridge).
Developing long term isotope records to infer past climate change and changes in ice sheet growth
Vote for me:
How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
Ancient climate explorer
What's the best thing you've done in your career?
Showed how earths orbit paced the ice ages
What or who inspired you to follow your career?
Professor Harry Godwin
Were you ever in trouble for anything?
No, I was a sensible scientist
Tell us something people might not know about me?
Clarinet player and collector of woodwind instruments
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I was on a Royal Mail stamp in the early 00s