Navigating the New Arctic Project Members

Navigating the New Arctic Member Directory
Project Member Organization Projects
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Emily Eidam

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Principal Investigator - Interaction Between Coastal and Riverine Processes and the Built Environment in Coastal Arctic Communities
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Sheryl Elliott

George Washington University

Co-Principal Investigator - Navigating Impacts of the Arctic Tourism Industry on Nature, Commerce, and Culture in Northern Communities
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David Emerson

Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences

Principal Investigator - Interactions of the Microbial Iron and Methane Cycles in the Tundra Ecosystem
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Howard Epstein

University of Virginia

Principal Investigator - Understanding the Changing Natural-Built Landscape in an Arctic Community: An Integrated Sensor Network in Utqiagvik, Alaska
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Jessica Ernakovich

University of New Hampshire

Other - The Role of New England in Navigating the New Arctic
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Keith Evans

University of Maine

Senior Personnel - Systems Approaches to Understanding and Navigating the New Arctic (SAUNNA)
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Evie Fachon

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Other - Origin and Fate of Harmful Algal Blooms in the Warming Chukchi Sea
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Louise Farquharson

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Co-Principal Investigator - Resilience and Adaptation to the Effects of Permafrost Degradation-Induced Coastal Erosion: People-Infrastructure-PErmafrost-Resilience (PIPER)

Co-Principal Investigator - Arctic Urban Risks and Adaptations (AURA): a Coproduction Framework for Addressing Multiple Changing Environmental Hazards

Co-Principal Investigator - Planning for Infrastructure Resiliency and Adaptation amid Increasing Mass-Movement Risks across the Cryosphere
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Kasey Faust

University of Texas at Austin

Principal Investigator - Water Infrastructure in the Arctic: Vulnerabilities at the Intersection of Social, Natural and Physical Systems
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Daniel Ferguson

University of Arizona

Co-Principal Investigator - Networking Indigenous Arctic and US Southwest Communities on Knowledge Co-Production in Data Sciences
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Celso Ferreira

George Mason University

Co-Principal Investigator - Arctic Impacts and Reverberations of Expanding Global Maritime Trade Routes
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Jodi Forlizzi

Carnegie Mellon University

Co-Principal Investigator - Understanding Future Systems of Transportation in Arctic Regions, a Workshop Proposal
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Kevin Franke

Brigham Young University

Principal Investigator - Interaction Between Coastal and Riverine Processes and the Built Environment in Coastal Arctic Communities
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Steve Frolking

University of New Hampshire

Principal Investigator - Peat Expansion in Arctic Tundra - Pattern, Process, and the Implication for the Carbon Cycle (TundraPEAT)
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William Gallus

Iowa State University

Co-Principal Investigator - Responding to the Housing Crisis in the Arctic: A Transdisciplinary Approach Across Physical, Natural and Social Systems
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Anne Garland

Applied Research in Environmental Sciences Nonprofit, Inc.

Co-Principal Investigator - Arctic Impacts and Reverberations of Expanding Global Maritime Trade Routes
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Shari Fox Gearheard

National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC)

Co-Principal Investigator - Rain on Snow and Extreme Precipitation Events Across the Arctic and their Impacts on Social-Ecological Systems
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Majid Ghayoomi

University of New Hampshire

Principal Investigator - Seismic Resilience and Adaptation of Infrastructure and Social Systems to Changing Arctic Environments
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Colin Gleason

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Co-Principal Investigator - Developing Arctic Resilience to Future Water Cycle, River Systems, and Coastal Change
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Michael Goldstein

Babson College

Principal Investigator - Navigating Convergent Pressures on Arctic Development

Collaborator - Modeling Risk from Black Carbon in a Coupled Natural-Human System at the Arctic Ice Edge
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Michael Gooseff

University of Colorado Boulder

Co-Principal Investigator - The Climate Impacts on Alaskan and Yukon Rivers, Fish, and Communities as Told Through Co-Produced Scenarios
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Martha Grabowski

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Co-Principal Investigator - Emergency Response in the Arctic (ERA): Investments for Global Capacities and Local Benefits