Raymond Bradley

NE CASC Principal Investigator
Director of Climate Systems Research Center
Distinguished Professor of Geosciences

Consortium Institution: 

University of Massachusetts

Education: 

B.S.: University of Southampton, Southampton, England, 1969
M.S.: University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO, 1971
Ph.D.: University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, CO, 1974

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Experience: 

Department Head, Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1993 to 2000
Distinguished Professor, Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2002 to present

Research Interests: 

Climate change assessments and projections


Expertise

 Climate model assessment and future climate scenarios • paleoclimate • climate extremes

Recent Publications

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Bradley, R. S. (2012).  What can we learn from past warm periods?. Contributions to Science. 8, 53-59.
Bradley, R. S. (2011).  High-resolution paleoclimatology. (Hughes, M.K.., Swetnam T.W.., & Diaz H. F., Ed.).Dendroclimatology: Progress and Prospects. 11, 3-15.
Bradley, R. S. (2011).  Natural archives, changing climates. Contributions to Science. 7, 21-25.
Bradley, R. S. (2011).  Where do we stand on global warming?. Contributions to Science. 7, 45-49.
Bradley, R. S. (2008).  Holocene perspectives on future climate change. (Battarbee, R.W.., & Binney H.A.., Ed.).Natural Climate Variability and Global Warming: a Holocene Perspective. 254-268.