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Rodhe, Henning (2013)
Publisher: Tellus B
Journal: Tellus B
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Meteorology. Climatology, QC851-999
Bert Richard Johannes Bolin was born on 15 May 1925 in Nyköping, Sweden. He died on 30 December 2007 in Stockholm. Both his parents were teachers. His father, Richard Bolin, was very interested in weather phenomena, and he inspired Bert Bolin to study meteorology after he finished school. His father took him to the headquarters of the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute in 1942 and discussed the prospects for the young man with Dr. Anders Ångström, the deputy Director. The following year, Bolin began studying mathematics and physics at the University of Uppsala and also attended Professor Hilding Köhler's lectures in meteorology. After his BSc degree in 1946, Bolin moved to Stockholm. (Published: 10 April 2013)Citation: Tellus B 2013, 65, 20583, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/tellusb.v65i0.20583To access the full list of articles and books published by Professor Bert Bolin, please see Supplementary files under Article Tools.This publication is part of a Thematic Cluster with papers presented at a conference held in Stockholm 21 - 23 May 2012, to honor the late Professor Bert Bolin for his outstanding contributions to climate science and his efforts to create a dialogue between policy makers and the scientific community. All papers within the cluster will be published online as soon as they have been accepted for publication. When all papers belonging to the cluster have been published, they will be summarized with a foreword describing the background and scope of the conference.Read the other papers from this thematic cluster here
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    • Bolin, B. 2007. A History of the Science and Politics of Climate Change. The Role of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 277 pp.
    • Bolin, B., Granat, L., Ingelstam, L., Johannesson, M., Mattson, E. and co-authors. 1972. Air pollution across national boundaries: The impact on the environment of sulphur in air and precipitation. In: Sweden's Case Study for the UN Conference on the Human Environment. Royal Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Royal Ministry of Agriculture, Stockholm, 96 pp.
    • Kjelle´ n, B. 2009. A New Diplomacy for Sustainable Development: The Challenge of Global Change. Routledge, New York.
    • Watson, B. 2008. Obituary. Nature. 451, 642.
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