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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Gary Clow gclow [at] colorado.edu

Earth Surface Dynamics

U.S. Geological Survey/INSTAAR

303-735-7806 Denver Federal Center - MS 980 Lakewood Colorado 80225 United States Geophysicist

Borehole Paleothermometry - Paleoclimate reconstruction using high-precision borehole temperature measurements acquired in polar ice sheets (Greenland/Antarctica) and in permafrost. Monitoring shallow permafrost temperatures as an indicator of contemporary climate change.

climate change, ice sheet geophysics, paleoclimatology

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H. Dean Cluff dean_cluff [at] gov.nt.ca

Environment and Natural Resources

Government of the Northwest Territories

+1-867-767-9238 3803 Bretzlaff Drive Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 2P9 Canada Regional Biologist

Wolf denning and abundance in the central Arctic of mainland Canada. Movements and genetics of northern wolves. Ecology of barren-ground grizzly bears.

wolves, wolf populations, bears, caribou

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Bernard Coakley bjcoakley [at] alaska.edu

Department of Geology and Geophysics

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-5385 PO Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor

Analysis of multi-channel seismic reflection, bathymetry and gravity anomaly data collected from ice breakers nuclear-powered submarines all over the Arctic Ocean.

marine geophysics, tectonophysics, data processing/analysis

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Janice Cori Cobb rtcanal [at] over-the-rainbow.com N/A 907-458-9306 225 Woodridge #27 Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States M.A., Physical Anthropology (UAF)

Molecular anthropology/archaeology. Paleopathology. Human osteology. Polar expeditionary history, physiological adaptation (especially regarding 18th-19th century polar explorers).

anthropology, archaeology, forensic anthropology

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J. Kirk Cochran kcochran [at] notes.cc.sunysb.edu

Marine Sciences Research Center

State University of New York at Stony Brook

631-632-8733 Challenger Hall Stony Brook New York 11794 United States Professor

Chemical oceanography of the northeast water polynya.

chemical oceanography, marine geochemistry, radioactive isotopes

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James Cochran jrc [at] ldeo.columbia.edu

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Columbia University

845-365-8396 PO Box 1000 Palisades New York 10964 United States Research Professor

Analysis of gravity and bathymetry data obtained on nuclear submarines. Offshore relict permafrost and associated methane hydrates

marine geophysics, geodynamics, tectonophysics

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Oakley Cochran icewave [at] alaska.com N/A

Oakley Cochran Photography and Writing

907-479-3032 2240 Railroad Avenue Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States Freelance Journalist and Scientist

Photographer and writer specializing in the Arctic -- both underwater/ice and topside (video and stills). Currently researching Inuit history of North Baffin Island. Marine mammals -- especially whale and polar bear behaviour.

glaciology, animal behavior, anthropology

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Sabine Cochrane skc [at] akvaplan.niva.no

Department of Biodiversity

Akvaplan-niva

+47-99-53-21-44 Polar Environmental Centre Tromsø N-9295 Norway Senior Scientist

Taxonomy: Polychaeta. Cladistics. Benthic fauna in Arctic waters (Barents Sea, Pechora Sea, Kara Sea).

benthic ecology

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Robert Cockburn cockburn [at] unb.ca

Department of English

University of New Brunswick

+1-506-453-4676 Fredericton New Brunswick E3B 2N4 Canada Professor Emeritus

Editing Ernest Oberholtzer’s journal of his 1912 exploratory canoe voyage. Sub-Arctic exploration and travel.

exploration and travel, history, literature

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Louis Codispoti codispot [at] hpl.umces.edu

Center for Environmental Science (UMCES)

University of Maryland

410-221-8479 Horn Point Lab Cambridge Maryland 21613 United States Research Professor

Nutrients and primary production.

chemical oceanography, biogeochemistry, physical oceanography

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William Coedy coedyw [at] inac.gc.ca

Contaminated Sites

Department of Indian Affairs & Northern Development (DIAND)

+1-867-669-2793 PO Box 1500 Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 2R3 Canada Science Advisor, Colomac Site Remediation

Environmental - chemistry, engineering, monitoring, impact assessment. Aquatic toxicology, chemistry, ecosystem science, environmental toxicology, hazardous substances, hydrocarbon chemistry, revegetation, wastewater management, and water quality.

environmental remediation, aquatic toxicology

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Michael Coffing coffing [at] acsalaska.net

Division of Subsistence

Alaska Department of Fish and Game

907-543-3100 460 Ridgecrest Drive Bethel Alaska 99559 United States Manager

Western Alaska, Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Kuskokwim River.

subsistence, wildlife management, fisheries management

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Stewart Cohen stewart.cohen [at] canada.ca

Adaptation & Impacts Research Directorate

Environment Canada

604-664-9098 #201 - 401 Burrard Street Vancouver British Columbia V6C 3S5 Canada Senior Researcher

Former director Mackenzie Basin Impact Study; participant in Arctic vulnerability workshop planned for February 2006, University of British Columbia

climate change, resource management

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Terrence Cole tmcole [at] alaska.edu

Department of History

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6995 PO Box 756460 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Director, Office of Public History

Alaska and Yukon Mining history

history, economics, geography

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David Cole dmcole [at] crrel.usace.army.mil

Applied Research Division

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

603-646-4217 72 Lyme Road Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States Ph.D., Research Scientist

Physical and mechanical properties of sea ice: physically based constitutive modeling, scale effects on mechanical properties, in-situ and laboratory mechanical properties experiments, micromechanics, micrography.

ice mechanics, ice modeling, ice structure

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Rebecca Cole-Will willarc [at] acadia.net N/A

Abbe Museum

207-667-8669 71 Oak Street Ellsworth Maine 04605 United States Curator

Copper Inuit.

anthropology, archaeology

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Timothy Collett tcollett [at] usgs.gov

Energy Resources Program

U.S. Geological Survey

303-236-5731 PO Box 25046 Denver Colorado 80225 United States Research Geologist

Natural gas hydrates in permafrost environments. Gas hydrates as a energy resource, a potnetial geologic hazard, and affects on climate change.

geochemistry, permafrost, geology

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Beatrice Collignon bc [at] parisgeo.cnrs.fr

Geography Department

Universite de Paris, Pantheon-Sorbonne

+39-0516493701 191 rue Saint-Jacques Paris 75005 France Lecturer

Western Canadian Arctic (West Kitikmeot region, both Nunavut and NWT). Inuit geographical knowledge. Inuit toponymy. Inuit domestic spaces (traditional dwellings and contemporary modern dwellings).

Inuit contemporary mobility, Inuit culture

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Peter Collings pcollings [at] ufl.edu

Department of Anthropology

University of Florida

352-294-7593 1112 Turlington Hall Gainesville Florida 32611 United States Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair

Dr. Collings program of research focuses on cross-cultural approaches to the study of adult development and aging, paying particular attention to Inuit living in the Central Canadian Arctic. Dr. Collings has worked in the Inuit community of Holman, in the Northwest Territories, since 1992. He has studied the economics of subsistence hunting among young adult men, Inuit conceptions of elderhood and aging, and the role of aging and life course transitions in subsistence participation.

cultural anthropology, Inughuit culture, human/environment interaction

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Charles Collins ccollins [at] crrel.usace.army.mil N/A

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

907-361-5149 PO Box 35170 Ft. Wainwright Alaska 99703 United States

Contamination of an Alaskan saltmarsh wetland by white phosphorus. Long-term effects of crude oil spills on permafrost terrain.

geomorphology, environmental geology, hazardous substances

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Richard Collins rlc [at] gi.alaska.edu

Geophysical Institute (GI) and Department of Atmospheric Scienses

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7607 Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Atmospheric remote sensing with lasers. Middle atmosphere meteorology

remote sensing, meteorology

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William Collins wcollins [at] fishgame.state.ak.us N/A

Alaska Department of Fish and Game

907-746-6326 1800 Glenn Highway Suite 4 Palmer Alaska 99645 United States

Effects of spruce bark beetles on moose, bears, small mammals and birds. Effects of browse utilization on willow growth and regeneration.

boreal forests, forest ecology

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Bradley Colman brad.colman [at] noaa.gov N/A

National Weather Service

206-526-6095 7600 Sand Point Way NE Seattle Washington 98115 United States Director of Science - Weather Science

Research in mesoscale meteorology, meteorology in complex terrain, and weather forecasting.

atmospheric sciences, climatology

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Roger Colony rcolony [at] iarc.uaf.edu

IARC/Frontier Research Program

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-5115 PO Box 757335 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Director

climatology, sea ice, meteorology

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Maurice Colpron maurice.colpron [at] gov.yk.ca

Energy, Mines, and Resources

Yukon Geology Survey

+1-867-667-8235 PO Box 2703 (K-14) Whitehorse Yukon Territory Y1A 2C6 Canada Head, Bedrock Geology

Regional mapping and tectonics of the northern Cordillera and Arctic.

geology, structural geology, tectonics

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