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Name  Tim Naish
Role  University Professor
Education  University of Waikato

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Tim Naish is a New Zealand glaciologist. He is the Director of the Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.[1] He has written about the collapse of Antarctica's Larsen B ice shelf. In 2002, between January 31 and March 7 the Larsen B ice shelf collapsed and broke up. Tim Naish warned that the ice shelf of Weddell Sea is imperiled, and if the temperature rises by 3 °C, the ice shelves of Antarctica will become thinner.

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In 2009, Professor Naish was awarded a New Zealand Antarctic Medal (NZAM) for services to Antarctic climate science.

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