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Dr. Bruce J. Peterson

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Background Information

Employment History

Arctic Research Consortium of the United States

Scientist

Marine Biological Laboratory

Affiliations

Member
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Member
Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography

Member
Estuarine Research Federation

Education

Bachelor's Degree

Biology

Bates College

Ph.D.

Cornell University

Web References (55 Total References)


Annual Lecture Series 2004

metcalfinstitute.org [cached]

Dr. Bruce Peterson, Senior Scientist, Marine Biological Laboratory


Global warming photography, climate change science, weather, arctic, antarctica, climate zones, glacier, effects of climate change, paleoclimate

www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org [cached]

Early in 1999 I sought advice from Dr. Ray Bradley of University of Massachusetts and Dr. Bruce Peterson of the Marine Biological Lab in Woods Hole MA, among other scientists.


Global warming photography, climate change science, weather, arctic, antarctica, climate zones, glacier, effects of climate change, paleoclimate

www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org [cached]

In late 2002, geochemist Bruce Peterson of the Marine Biological Lab in Woods Hole, MA, and his collaborators in the US and Russia, showed that the major rivers of Siberia and Eurasia are discharging much more water now than in the 1930s. This not only meets the predictions of an effect of climate change, but indicates the scale of change affecting the Arctic.

In late 2002, geochemist Bruce Peterson of the Marine Biological Lab in Woods Hole, MA, and his collaborators in the US and Russia, showed that the major rivers of Siberia and Eurasia are discharging much more water now than in the 1930s.


Global warming photography, climate change science, weather, arctic, antarctica, climate zones, glacier, effects of climate change, paleoclimate

www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org [cached]

Early in 1999 I sought advice from Dr. Ray Bradley of University of Massachusetts and Dr. Bruce Peterson of the Marine Biological Lab in Woods Hole MA, among other scientists.


Marine Biological Laboratory | Polar Field Services | Remote logistics and field support

polarfield.com [cached]

Max Holmes (Woods Hole Research Center) and Bruce Peterson (Marine Biological Lab) on the Arctic Great Rivers Observatory (Arctic-GRO) project.

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