Andrew Weaver elected as American Geophysical Union fellow

Climatologist Andrew Weaver (Earth and Ocean Sciences) has been elected a fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) for his outstanding contributions in climate dynamics and paleoclimate, especially on the role of global thermohaline circulation in climate. That's the complex interplay of temperature and salinity that drives a global-scale system of oceanic currents known as the global conveyor belt. The AGU is the world's pre-eminent organization for geophysical researchers, with more than 62,000 members in 142 countries. Since 2013, Weaver has served as MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head.

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