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    and Applications and Ecological Models Data He has served as Director for the Center on Global Change and Director of Graduate Studies for the University Program in Ecology He currently serves on the University Program of Ecology Executive Committee and chairs the Nicholas School of the Environment committees on Life Sciences and Distinguished Professorships Clark is recipient of ESA s William Skinner Cooper Award for his research on barrier beach dynamics and George Mercer Award for studies of climate change and fire For excellence in teaching and research he was one of 15 scientists recognized by President Clinton with the National Science Foundation s five yr Presidential Faculty Fellow Award He was named an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow on behalf of the Ecological Society of America He is a Distinguished Alumnus from Natural Resources Conservation University of Massachusetts In 2005 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Clark has testified before congress on behalf of the Ecological Society of America and the NSF budget He served on editorial boards for Ecology and Ecological Monographs 1996 1999 Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 1998 2003 Global Change Biology 1994 2002 Ecosystems 2003 2007 Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2006 and the Journal for Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics 2010 and on NSF Advisory panels for Ecology 1992 1997 Earth System History 1994 LTER 2000 and Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease 2009 He chaired ESA s Mercer Award Committee and was Vice President for Science 1999 2004 He was a founding member of the Science Advisory Board of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Publications Rapp JM Silman MR Clark JS Girardin CAJ Galiano D Tito R Doak DF 2012 Intra and interspecific tree growth across a long altitudinal gradient in the Peruvian Andes Ecology

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    Biodiversity Science and Applications and Ecological Models Data He has served as Director for the Center on Global Change and Director of Graduate Studies for the University Program in Ecology He currently serves on the University Program of Ecology Executive Committee and chairs the Nicholas School of the Environment committees on Life Sciences and Distinguished Professorships Clark is recipient of ESA s William Skinner Cooper Award for his research on barrier beach dynamics and George Mercer Award for studies of climate change and fire For excellence in teaching and research he was one of 15 scientists recognized by President Clinton with the National Science Foundation s five yr Presidential Faculty Fellow Award He was named an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow on behalf of the Ecological Society of America He is a Distinguished Alumnus from Natural Resources Conservation University of Massachusetts In 2005 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Clark has testified before congress on behalf of the Ecological Society of America and the NSF budget He served on editorial boards for Ecology and Ecological Monographs 1996 1999 Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 1998 2003 Global Change Biology 1994 2002 Ecosystems 2003 2007 Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2006 and the Journal for Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics 2010 and on NSF Advisory panels for Ecology 1992 1997 Earth System History 1994 LTER 2000 and Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease 2009 He chaired ESA s Mercer Award Committee and was Vice President for Science 1999 2004 He was a founding member of the Science Advisory Board of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Publications Luo YQ Ogle K Tucker C Fei S Gao C LaDeau S Clark JS Schimel D 2011 Data assimilation and ecological forecasting in a data rich era Ecological

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    Biodiversity Science and Applications and Ecological Models Data He has served as Director for the Center on Global Change and Director of Graduate Studies for the University Program in Ecology He currently serves on the University Program of Ecology Executive Committee and chairs the Nicholas School of the Environment committees on Life Sciences and Distinguished Professorships Clark is recipient of ESA s William Skinner Cooper Award for his research on barrier beach dynamics and George Mercer Award for studies of climate change and fire For excellence in teaching and research he was one of 15 scientists recognized by President Clinton with the National Science Foundation s five yr Presidential Faculty Fellow Award He was named an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow on behalf of the Ecological Society of America He is a Distinguished Alumnus from Natural Resources Conservation University of Massachusetts In 2005 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Clark has testified before congress on behalf of the Ecological Society of America and the NSF budget He served on editorial boards for Ecology and Ecological Monographs 1996 1999 Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 1998 2003 Global Change Biology 1994 2002 Ecosystems 2003 2007 Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2006 and the Journal for Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics 2010 and on NSF Advisory panels for Ecology 1992 1997 Earth System History 1994 LTER 2000 and Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease 2009 He chaired ESA s Mercer Award Committee and was Vice President for Science 1999 2004 He was a founding member of the Science Advisory Board of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Publications Clark JS Bell D Chu C Courbaud B Dietze M Hersh M Hillerislambers J Ibáñez I Ladeau S McMahon S Metcalf J Mohan J Moran E Pangle L

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    fellowship At Duke University Clark teaches Biodiversity Science and Applications and Ecological Models Data He has served as Director for the Center on Global Change and Director of Graduate Studies for the University Program in Ecology He currently serves on the University Program of Ecology Executive Committee and chairs the Nicholas School of the Environment committees on Life Sciences and Distinguished Professorships Clark is recipient of ESA s William Skinner Cooper Award for his research on barrier beach dynamics and George Mercer Award for studies of climate change and fire For excellence in teaching and research he was one of 15 scientists recognized by President Clinton with the National Science Foundation s five yr Presidential Faculty Fellow Award He was named an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow on behalf of the Ecological Society of America He is a Distinguished Alumnus from Natural Resources Conservation University of Massachusetts In 2005 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Clark has testified before congress on behalf of the Ecological Society of America and the NSF budget He served on editorial boards for Ecology and Ecological Monographs 1996 1999 Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 1998 2003 Global Change Biology 1994 2002 Ecosystems 2003 2007 Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2006 and the Journal for Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics 2010 and on NSF Advisory panels for Ecology 1992 1997 Earth System History 1994 LTER 2000 and Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease 2009 He chaired ESA s Mercer Award Committee and was Vice President for Science 1999 2004 He was a founding member of the Science Advisory Board of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Publications Ibáñez I Clark S J Dietze 2009 Estimating performance of potential migrant species Global Change Biology Clark JS Hersh MH 2009 Inference

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    Fulbright DAAD fellowship At Duke University Clark teaches Biodiversity Science and Applications and Ecological Models Data He has served as Director for the Center on Global Change and Director of Graduate Studies for the University Program in Ecology He currently serves on the University Program of Ecology Executive Committee and chairs the Nicholas School of the Environment committees on Life Sciences and Distinguished Professorships Clark is recipient of ESA s William Skinner Cooper Award for his research on barrier beach dynamics and George Mercer Award for studies of climate change and fire For excellence in teaching and research he was one of 15 scientists recognized by President Clinton with the National Science Foundation s five yr Presidential Faculty Fellow Award He was named an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow on behalf of the Ecological Society of America He is a Distinguished Alumnus from Natural Resources Conservation University of Massachusetts In 2005 he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Clark has testified before congress on behalf of the Ecological Society of America and the NSF budget He served on editorial boards for Ecology and Ecological Monographs 1996 1999 Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 1998 2003 Global Change Biology 1994 2002 Ecosystems 2003 2007 Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2006 and the Journal for Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics 2010 and on NSF Advisory panels for Ecology 1992 1997 Earth System History 1994 LTER 2000 and Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease 2009 He chaired ESA s Mercer Award Committee and was Vice President for Science 1999 2004 He was a founding member of the Science Advisory Board of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Publications Power MJ Marlon J Ortiz N Bartlein PJ Harrison SP Mayle FE Ballouche A Bradshaw RHW Carcaillet C Cordova C Mooney S Moreno PI Prentice IC Thonicke K Tinner W Whitlock C Zhang Y Zhao Y Ali AA Anderson RS Beer R Behling H Briles C Brown KJ Brunelle A Bush M Camill P Chu GQ Clark J Colombaroli D Connor S Daniau AL Daniels M Dodson J Doughty E Edwards ME Finsinger W Foster D Frechette J Gaillard MJ Gavin DG Gobet E Haberle S Hallett DJ Higuera P Hope G Horn S Inoue J Kaltenrieder P Kennedy L Kong ZC Larsen C Long CJ Lynch J Lynch EA McGlone M Meeks S Mensing S Meyer G Minckley T Mohr J Nelson DM New J Newnham R Noti R Oswald W Pierce J Richard PJH Rowe C Goñi MFS Shuman BN Takahara H Toney J Turney C Urrego Sanchez DH Umbanhowar C Vandergoes M Vanniere B Vescovi E Walsh M Wang X Williams N Wilmshurst J Zhang JH 2008 Changes in fire regimes since the last glacial maximum An assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data Climate Dynamics 30 7 8 887 907 Power MJ Marlon J Ortiz N Bartlein PJ Harrison SP Mayle FE Ballouche A Bradshaw RHW Carcaillet C Cordova C others 2008

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    Universities Cambridge University Press 2011 After Brown The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation Princeton University Press 2004 Buying the Best Cost Escalation in Elite Higher Education Princeton University Press 1996 and Federal Tax Policy and Charitable Giving University of Chicago Press 1985 He is also coauthor with Philip Cook of Selling Hope State Lotteries in America Princeton University Press 1989 and has coauthored or edited five other books pertaining to higher education and the nonprofit sector He was co winner of the Gladys M Kammerer prize awarded by the American Political Science Association for the best political science publication in the field of U S national policy in 2004 for After Brown The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation In 2011 he was selected to give the Spencer Foundation Award Lecture at the meetings of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Clotfelter received a B A from Duke University in 1969 where he majored in history summa cum laude and he received a Ph D in economics from Harvard University in 1974 Before coming to Duke he taught at the University of Maryland spending his last year there on leave at the U S Treasury s Office of Tax Analysis While at Duke he has served as vice provost for academic policy and planning vice chancellor and vice provost for academic programs He has also served as president of the Southern Economic Association During the 2005 06 year he was a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation He was born in Birmingham Ala and grew up in Atlanta Ga Publications Clotfelter CT Ladd HF Vigdor JL 2011 Teacher Mobility school Segregation and Pay Based policies to level the playing field Education Finance and Policy 6 3 399 438 Clotfelter C 2010 Is Sports in Your Mission

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    Research His major research interests are in the economics of education the nonprofit sector and public finance He is the author of Big Time Sports in American Universities Cambridge University Press 2011 After Brown The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation Princeton University Press 2004 Buying the Best Cost Escalation in Elite Higher Education Princeton University Press 1996 and Federal Tax Policy and Charitable Giving University of Chicago Press 1985 He is also coauthor with Philip Cook of Selling Hope State Lotteries in America Princeton University Press 1989 and has coauthored or edited five other books pertaining to higher education and the nonprofit sector He was co winner of the Gladys M Kammerer prize awarded by the American Political Science Association for the best political science publication in the field of U S national policy in 2004 for After Brown The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation In 2011 he was selected to give the Spencer Foundation Award Lecture at the meetings of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Clotfelter received a B A from Duke University in 1969 where he majored in history summa cum laude and he received a Ph D in economics from Harvard University in 1974 Before coming to Duke he taught at the University of Maryland spending his last year there on leave at the U S Treasury s Office of Tax Analysis While at Duke he has served as vice provost for academic policy and planning vice chancellor and vice provost for academic programs He has also served as president of the Southern Economic Association During the 2005 06 year he was a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation He was born in Birmingham Ala and grew up in Atlanta Ga Publications Clotfelter C Ladd H Vigdor J 2007 How and

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    public finance He is the author of Big Time Sports in American Universities Cambridge University Press 2011 After Brown The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation Princeton University Press 2004 Buying the Best Cost Escalation in Elite Higher Education Princeton University Press 1996 and Federal Tax Policy and Charitable Giving University of Chicago Press 1985 He is also coauthor with Philip Cook of Selling Hope State Lotteries in America Princeton University Press 1989 and has coauthored or edited five other books pertaining to higher education and the nonprofit sector He was co winner of the Gladys M Kammerer prize awarded by the American Political Science Association for the best political science publication in the field of U S national policy in 2004 for After Brown The Rise and Retreat of School Desegregation In 2011 he was selected to give the Spencer Foundation Award Lecture at the meetings of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Clotfelter received a B A from Duke University in 1969 where he majored in history summa cum laude and he received a Ph D in economics from Harvard University in 1974 Before coming to Duke he taught at the University of Maryland spending his last year there on leave at the U S Treasury s Office of Tax Analysis While at Duke he has served as vice provost for academic policy and planning vice chancellor and vice provost for academic programs He has also served as president of the Southern Economic Association During the 2005 06 year he was a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation He was born in Birmingham Ala and grew up in Atlanta Ga Publications Clotfelter CT Ladd HF Vigdor JL Diaz RA 2004 Do School Accountability Systems Make It More Difficult for Low Performing Schools to Attract and

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