Dr. Timothy Ball - Environmental consultant and 32 years Professor of Climatology, University of Winnipeg
Dr. Timothy Ball
Environmental consultant and 32 years Professor of Climatology, University of Winnipeg
Web page: http://www.john-daly.com/guests/tim-ball.htm
Phone: (250) 380-7784; cell: (250) 812-4035
Fax: (250) 380-7776
Dr. Ball has B.A., (Honours), M.A. (University of Manitoba) and Ph.D, (Doctor of Science), University of London, England (the first Canadian climatology Ph.D.)
- Extensive science background in climatology, especially the reconstruction of past climates and the impact of climate change on human history and the human condition.
- 1996 - present: Environmental Consultant, Public Speaker, Columnist
- 1988-1996 Professor, university of Winnipeg
- 1984-1988 Associate Professor, University of Winnipeg
- 1977-1978 Acting Dean of Students
- 1971-1982 Instructor/Lecturer, University of Winnipeg
- 1964-1968 Operations Officer and Aircrew. 111 Search and Rescue Unit
- 1962-1964 Operations Officer, Operational Training Unit,Summerside PEI
- 1960-1962 Aircrew, Navigation, Electronics, 415 Squadron, Summerside, PEI
- Additional experience in the areas of water resources sustainable development, pollution prevention prevention, environmental regulations, the impact of government policy on business and economics.
- Chair of Provincial Boards on water management, environmental issues, and sustainable development.
- Extensive public speaking experience and presentations to professional societies, business conferences, public forums, and a wide variety of public, private and non-profit organizations. Over six hundred public educational talks on science and the environment in the last ten years.
- Heavily involved throughout his career in local and national committees related to climate, water and river management, hazardous waste. A regular contributing writer for Country Guide, and researcher/author of numerous papers on climate, long range weather patterns, impacts of climate change on sustainable agriculture, ecosystems, historical climatology, air quality, untapped energy resources, silting and flooding problems, bird migration patterns, historical sites development, impact studies on flooding of aboriginal lands in Manitoba.