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McGill University
Earth and Planetary Science


Eric Galbraith is a professor of Earth System Science at McGill University in Canada. He has previously worked as a research associate at Princeton University in the US, and a research professor for the Catalan Advanced Research Institute in Barcelona. His research is broadly interdisciplinary, and is generally concerned with using numerical models and data analysis to better understand the interactions between climate change, human activities and ecosystems. He has worked on both past and anticipated climate changes and their links with global fisheries. His current research focuses on the inclusion of human activity as an integral component of Earth System science, to better understand linkages with human wellbeing and to inform future projections.