Navigating the New Arctic Project Members

Navigating the New Arctic Member Directory
Project Member Organization Projects
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Xueke Li

Brown University

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

Woodwell Climate Research Center

Principal Investigator - The Permafrost Discovery Gateway: Navigating the New Arctic Tundra Through Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyberinfrastructure

Co-Principal Investigator - Landscape Evolution and Adapting to Change in Ice-Rich Permafrost Systems (NNA-IRPS)
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Glen Liston

Colorado State University

Principal Investigator - Soundscape Ecology to Assess Environmental and Anthropogenic Controls on Wildlife Behavior
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Joseph Little

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Principal Investigator - PredictFest: To Build Capacity for Arctic Stakeholders in Need of Multi-Scale Predictions
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Christopher Little

Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc

Principal Investigator - The Impact of Climate Change on Glacial Fjords, Ecosystems, and Local Communities in Greenland
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Desheng Liu

Ohio State University

Principal Investigator - Interactions of Environmental and Land Surface Change, Animals, Infrastructure, and Peoples of the Arctic
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Michael Livingston

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association

Principal Investigator - Unangam Ulaa Project: Culturally-Informed Adaptation of the Ancient Aleutian Semi-Subterranean Dwelling for Sustainable and Resilient Arctic Housing
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Julie Loisel

Texas A&M University, College Station

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

University of Alaska Anchorage

Principal Investigator - Adaptable Microgrids in Arctic Communities

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

Brown University

Co-Principal Investigator - Co-Production of Shorefast Ice Knowledge in Uummannaq Bay, Greenland

Principal Investigator - Navigating Convergent Pressures on Arctic Development

Principal Investigator - Modeling Risk from Black Carbon in a Coupled Natural-Human System at the Arctic Ice Edge
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Andrew Mahoney

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Principal Investigator - Arctic Robust Communities-Navigating Adaptation to Variability (ARC-NAV)

Principal Investigator - Planning for Climate Resiliency Amid Changing Culture, Technology, Economics, and Governance
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Chris Maio

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Co-Principal Investigator - Pursuing Opportunities for Long-term Arctic Resilience for Infrastructure and Society (POLARIS)
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Ted Maksym

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Co-Principal Investigator - Persistent, Long-Range, Autonomous Under-Ice Observations of Arctic Change
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Angelos Mallios

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Co-Principal Investigator - Persistent, Long-Range, Autonomous Under-Ice Observations of Arctic Change
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Michael Mandel

City University of New York

Principal Investigator - Soundscape Ecology to Assess Environmental and Anthropogenic Controls on Wildlife Behavior
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Jingqiu Mao

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Co-Principal Investigator - Sustainably Navigating Arctic Pollution Through Engaging Communities (SNAP-TEC)
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Seleni Matus

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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Paul Mayewski

University of Maine

Co-Principal Investigator - Systems Approaches to Understanding and Navigating the New Arctic (SAUNNA)
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Chris McComb

Pennsylvania State University

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

University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign

Principal Investigator - The Permafrost Discovery Gateway: Navigating the New Arctic Tundra Through Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyberinfrastructure