Eduard Brückner was a geographer, glaciologist and climatologist.Biography He was born in Jena, the son of the Baltic-German historian Alexander Brückner and Lucie Schiele. After an education at the Karlsruhe gymnasium, beginning in 1881 he studied meteorology and physics at the University of Dorpat, graduating in 1885. He joined the Deutsche Seewarte in Hamburg, then, following studies at Dresden and Munich, he became a professor at the University of Bern in 1888. The same year he married Ernestine Steine. In 1899, he was rector at the university. He moved back to Germany in 1904, becoming a professor at the University of Halle. Two years later in 1906, he was a professor at the University of Vienna. He died in Vienna.Source: Wikipedia
University in the cities of Halle and Wittenberg, Germany
Institute of higher education in the city of Dresden
University in the city of Tartu, Estonia
University in the Swiss capital of Bern
Public university in Vienna, Austria
German university in Munich, Bavaria
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