Dr Eric Wolff is the 2009 recipient of the prestigious Louis Agassiz Medal awarded by the European Geosciences Union (EGU). SciencePoles recently interviewed Dr Wolff on the subject of climate cycles and the quest for million year old ice.
A veteran of 6 Antarctic seasons and 2 Greenland seasons, Dr Wolff has been working for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) for over twenty years, and played a central role in the extremely important European Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica (EPICA). A leading expert in the study of the chemical composition of snow cover and ice cores and their use in the determination of past climates, pollution and atmospheric chemistry, Dr Wolff has published some 130 peer-reviewed journal articles. He is one of the most cited scientists working in the climate sciences.
Read the SciencePoles interview with Dr Eric Wolff.
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Thursday, 28 May 2009 13:53
Dr Eric Wolff and the quest for million year old iceWritten by International Polar Foundation
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