Thomas Stocker

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Thomas Stocker
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Born1959
Nationality Swiss
OccupationProfessor of Climate and Environmental Physics, University of Bern
AwardsNational Latsis Prize [1]
Marcel Benoist Prize
Hans Oeschger Medal
Academic background
Alma mater ETH Zurich

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