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Bradley provides his readers with a comprehensive and up-to-date review of all of the important methods used in paleoclimatic reconstruction, dating and paleoclimate modeling.
Two comprehensive chapters on dating methods provide the foundation for all paleoclimatic studies and are followed by up-to-date coverage of ice core research, continental geological and biological records, pollen analysis, radiocarbon dating, tree rings and historical records.
Additionally, he is a member of Clare Hall at Cambridge.
"This thorough, well referenced text will prove to be indispensable to anyone involved in the study of past and current climate change and modeling." -SOUTHEASTERN NATURALIST, 2005 @from: Praise for the first edition: @qu:"An indispensable work of reference for scientists and students alike." @source:--Quarternary Science Reviews @qu:"There can be little doubt that overall this book is a great success in the way the information is assimilated, explained and placed in a global context." @source:--Journal of Quarternary Science @qu:"A book which ought to be read as a primer by anyone with a critical interest in the field." @source:--Earth Surface Processes and : Landforms @qu:"Unrivaled in the sophistication with which it examines a wide range of methods." @source:--K. Butzer, Journal of Archeological Science @qu:"A resounding success... Harvey, University of Toronto Published Review As reviewed in CHOICE, October 1999 "Bradley's new edition (1st ed., Quaternary Paleoclimatology, CH, Jul'85) is a thorough update; there is new material on ice cores, better dating, marine sediments, ocean circulations, corals, and paleoclimate models.
The first edition of Quaternary Paleoclimatology has been the definitive text in this field for over a decade.
His research is in climatology, specifically in climatic change and the evidence for how the earth’s climate has varied in the past.
Bradley has been involved in many national and international activities related to paleoclimatology, most notably as the current Chair of the Scientific Steering Committee for the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program on Past Global Changes (IGBP-PAGES).
He has published dozens of articles in scientific journals, and has edited several important books in paleoclimatology.
He has carried out research on climate variation, both on the long (glacial and interglacial) time-scale and on the short (historical and instrumental) time-scale, involving the analysis of data from all over the world. Bradley has been a professor in the Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, since 1984.
In recent years he has been involved in studies of natural climate variability, to provide a background for understanding potential anthropogenic changes in climate resulting from rapid increases in "greenhouse gases" over the last century or so. He has been Head of the Department of Geosciences since 1993.