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James M. Russell

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James Michael Russell is an American paleoclimatologist and climatologist. He is the Royce Family Professor of Teaching Excellence and a Professor of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences at Brown University. Russell researches the climate, paleoclimate, and limnology. Education Russell received a B.A. in Earth and Environmental Science from Wesleyan University in 1998. Russell then worked as a Junior Scientist at the Limnological Research Center at the University of Minnesota for one year before beginning his Ph.D. in Ecology at the University of Minnesota. Russell's doctoral advisor was . Russell's dissertation in 2004 was titled The Holocene Paleolimnology and Paleoclimatology of Lake Edward, Uganda-Congo. Career and research Russell is a paleoclimatologist and climatologist. After graduating from the University of Minnesota, Russell joined the Large Lakes Observatory at the University of Minnesota Duluth. In 2006, Rus
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