T1PB | Toni’s One Paragraph Bio
(written in 3rd person, so it sounds more professional)
Toni was into geography even before he was born. His mother being a teacher for geography and sport from 1981 on, he was well educated even before his day of birth in November the following year in a town in the south-central German Democratic Republic, the westernmost country of the former Eastern Bloc. Being born in a country that doesn’t exist anymore, he none the less grew up and spent his first 20 odd years living where the earth’s axis pierces through the earth’s surface, interestingly located just about seven miles from his place of birth in the present-day free state of Saxony. With all this geographical heritage, and having traveled much of Western Europe, North America and Australia, in 2004 he went on to study the one and only subject in question. Finishing in 2011 with two more continents explored and a master’s degree in Geography from Dresden University of Technology, he decided to stick with the crazy science world for a while to step up the ladder of Wow a bit further. He is currently preparing his Ph.D. in how-to-save-the-world-from-climate-skeptics at the University of Oklahoma.
And now: the boring version, just in case …
Toni Klemm joined the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma, in August 2012 and serves there as a Ph.D. student in Applied Climatology at the South Central Climate Science Center in Norman, Oklahoma. Toni holds a Master’s degree in Geography from Dresden University of Technology in Germany. He was previously involved in research on regional climate change adaptation in urban areas and has conducted statistical research on the effects of the North Atlantic Oscillation on precipitation in Morocco to obtain his degree.
Climate change, climate research, Advertising, Sport (especially amateur wrestling), psychology (especially social behaviour), Christian religion
driving car, tractor, lorry, motorcycle, and ...of course... forklift.
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