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James Cloern ( leads this USGS team that collects water quality measurements in San Francisco Bay. He is an aquatic ecologist who began working for the USGS in 1976. Jim has BS (1970) and MS (1973) degrees in zoology from the University of Wisconsin, and a Ph.D. in zoology/limnology from Washington State University (1976). He has experience conducting research in lakes, streams, and estuaries, using field measurements and numerical modeling to identify the patterns and mechanisms of ecosystem variability. Check out Jim's curriculum vitae and publication list and USGS professional page.

View some of Jim's presentations:

Jim (right) being presented with his 2016 AGU Fellow medal

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Jim teaches scientific writing at the National Oceanographic Institute, Goa, India (February 2013)

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