Tim Lambert has a collection of posts over at Deltoid that I'm out of time for now to add in to the external links section http://timlambert.org/category/science/bobcarter/ --Bob Burton 00:43, 3 Oct 2005 (EDT)
Relocating unreferenced material here for the moment, pending contributors adding a supporting link. --Bob Burton 14:41, 7 Jan 2006 (EST)
He has extensive experience in paleoclimate studies, including participation in Ocean Drilling Program Leg 181 in the southwest Pacific Ocean. Site 1119, east of South Island New Zealand, provided a benchmark record of southern hemisphere mid-latitude climate change back to 4 million years ago, and nearby Site 1123 provided a continuous record of activity of the fluctuating activity of the important Pacific Deep Western Boundary Current back to 20 million years ago.
I have relocated the mention that Carter is a member of "Birds Australia" - maybe he is, but that weblink doesn't support that point as it is just the general web page of the organisation. The only person who would know would be Carter himself but that wasn't who added the link (unless he was contributing to his own page under a pseudonym - in which case please see policy on this point - section 1.6 at http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=SourceWatch:Policy). If on the other hand we had a noted from Carter direct to this page or an email to me, I'd be happy to accept the point. I have left the mention of his membership of the AEF as he attended their AGM - which was for members only - but this is not referenced on their website. --Bob Burton 02:10, 26 Sep 2006 (EDT)
I reverted the change as AEF was founded by the IPA to the extent that the IPA's office was initially listed as the groups business address. --Bob Burton 04:50, 1 June 2007 (EDT)