Rob Jackson

director, Center on Global Change, Duke University

Rob Jackson is a Professor at Duke University and is currently Director of Duke's Center on Global Change and Duke's Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometry Laboratory. His research examines feedback between people and the biosphere, including studies of the global carbon and water cycles, biosphere/ atmosphere interactions, and global change.

He also directs the new Department of Energy-funded National Institute for Climatic Change Research for the southeastern US and co-directs the Climate Change Policy Partnership, working with energy and utility corporations to find practical strategies to combat climate change.

Rob Jackson is a Professor at Duke University and is currently Director of Duke's Center on Global Change and Duke's Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometry Laboratory. His research examines feedback between people and the biosphere, including studies of the global carbon and water cycles, biosphere/ atmosphere interactions, and global change.

He also directs the new Department of Energy-funded National Institute for Climatic Change Research for the southeastern US and co-directs the Climate Change Policy Partnership, working with energy and utility corporations to find practical strategies to combat climate change.

Website
www.biology.duke.edu
Lectures

11.10.2005 (53:28)

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