Craig Loehle

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Craig Loehle is the principal scientist with the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, which was "established in 1943 by the pulp and paper industry to provide technical assistance for the industry’s goal of lowering the ecological impact of its spent pulping liquors." [1]. He is considered a "global warming expert" by the Heartland Institute.[2]

Background

Loehle "received a B.S. in forest science from the University of Georgia, a M.S. in forest management from the University of Washington, and a Ph.D. in range management (mathematical ecology) from Colorado State University".[2]

Loehle "worked in the Environmental Research Division at Argonne National Laboratory 1991-1998, and was a Research Ecologist at Savannah River Laboratory from 1987-1991."[2]

Articles and resources

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References

  1. "About Us", National Council for Air and Stream Improvement Website, accessed February 2009.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Heartland. Craig Loehle profile. Heartland Institute. Retrieved on 2009-10-15.

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Presentations by Loehle

External articles

Publications by Loehle