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After a 17-year global migration from his native Tokyo to Washington, DC, then Paris, France, then Cambridge, Massachusetts, Nobu Shimizu joined the WHOI staff in 1988. He is the "guru of ion probology" in earth sciences, and a practicing therapist in various relationships (mostly geochemical).