William (Bill) Anderson
Major areas of interest include paleoclimatology of organic archives, calibration of modern systems with novel stable isotopic approaches, and high-resolution archives. B.A. Geology, University of Kansas, 1992; M.S. Geology, Syracuse University, 1995; Ph.D. (Dktr.) natural sciences, ETH-Zurich, 2000. Assistant professor (2000 to 2006) Earth Sciences Department, FIU; Associate Professor (2006 to present) Earth and Environment Department, Marine Sciences Program, FIU; Director of SERC Stable Isotope Laboratory, a university core facility (2000 to present), FIU. Member of AGU since 1993; Workshop leader/co-organizer, Stable isotope applications for Long Term Ecological Research, NSF LTER-ASM (2003); member of AGU - Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology Foucus Group’s Student Awards Committee (2007 to present); Climate and Disturbance Working Group Leader FCE II – NSF LTER Program (2006 to 2012). Authored or co-authored over 24 peer-reviewed publications, many in AGU journals; Authored or co-authored 5 major government reports; Guest editor for Journal of Paleolimnology – Special Issue on Everglades Paleolimnology (2012). I have graduated 3 M.S. students and 1 Ph.D. since obtaining my position at FIU. I presently advise 2 Ph.D. students and 2 M.S. students (and serve on over 16 graduate committees at my home university and other institutions. Additional AGU service includes many reviews for JGR. I have not previously held an elected office at AGU.