Timothy M. Shanahan

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Timothy M. Shanahan is an American geologist and Associate Professor of Geological Sciences at Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas-Austin. He is known for his works on paleoclimatology and environmental change. [1] Shanahan is a Kavli Fellow of National Academy of Sciences. [2]

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