Thank you Manabe

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October 17, 2021

Syukuro Manabe (born September 21, 1931) is a Japanese-American meteorologist and climate scientist. In 2021 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics with Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi. Manabe received the prize for his "innovative contributions to our understanding of complex systems", and for "physical modeling of the Earth's climate, quantifying variability and reliably predicting global warming ». Manabe was born in Shingu, Japan on September 21, 1931. He studied at the University of Tokyo and received his doctorate in 1958. He then began as a researcher at the US Weather Bureau, now the National Weather Service, in the United States. From 1968 he lectured at Princeton University while doing research. In 1997, he returned to Japan to lead the "Global Warming Research Program" in Yokohama. Manabe has been awarded a number of prizes, and was the first winner of the Blue Planet Prize, an international Japanese prize for environmental scientists created in connection with the Rio conference.

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