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Jim Bouldin

Filed under: — Jim @ 6 December 2004

Jim Bouldin is a currently unaffiliated research ecologist, holding a BS in Wildlife Management from Ohio State University and a PhD in Plant Science from UCD. His primary research background/interest relates to forest change in response to human activity over the last ~ 200 years, and associated vegetation analysis methods issues, focusing on North America. Relative to climate topics, He is interested in mathematical/statistical methods in the analysis of tree rings as climatic proxies, and the role of forest vegetation in the carbon cycle and larger climate system.

More detail about his interests and work are here.

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