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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Alexander Cress alexander.cress [at]

Research and Development - Data Assimilation

German Weather Service

+49-69-8062-2716 Kaiserleistrasse 42 Offenbach 63067 Germany Senior Scientist

Use of observing systems (satellite or is-situ) over the Arctic and Antarctica in atmospheric data assimilation systems used at the German Weather Service

meteorology, data processing/analysis

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Patrick Crill patrick.crill [at]

Department of Geological Sciences

Stockholm University

+46-8164740 Svante Arrhenius väg 8C Stockholm 106 91 Sweden Professor of Biogeochemistry

Methane and Carbon dynamics of thawing, frozen soils, peats and ponds. Trace gases in the Arctic Ocean atmosphere. Halogen trace gas sources and sinks. Biological mediation of element cycles. atmosphere/ biosphere exchange and impacts of climate and landscape change on carbon balance of terrestrial landscapes and coastal oceans. Isotopic tracing of biogeochemical processes of formation and physical processes of exchange of biogenic gases. Innovative use of novel technologies in the development of field measurement methodologies.

biogeochemistry, trace gases, CH4 and CO2 biogeochemistry

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Peter Crittenden peter.crittenden [at]

School of Biology

University of Nottingham

+44-115-951-3211 University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD United Kingdom Professor Emeritus

Currently studying genetic variation on a global scale in the bi-polar lichen Ochrolechia frigida with a view to determining the extent of genetic variation in Antarctic populations. principal Arctic interests are in the ecology of lichen-dominated ecosystems, particularly their nitrogen and phosphorus economies, including the role of lichens in nutrient capture from the atmosphere and nitrogen fixation. Most recent Arctic fieldwork was in northern Komi Republic/Nenets Autonomous region investigating impacts of acid deposition from local (Vorkuta, Inta, Usinsk) and long range sources.

microbiology, plant ecology, lichenology

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Thomas Cronin tcronin [at]

Department of Earth Surface Dynamics

U.S. Geological Survey

703-648-6363 926A National Center Reston Virginia 20192 United States Geologist

Quaternary geology. Stratigraphy. Quaternary and Neogene paleoceanography, marine ostracode and foraminiferal ecology Neogene, Quaternary stratigraphy. Quaternary Arctic paleoceanography using ostracode ecology.

paleoceanography, micropaleontology, paleoclimatology

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Aron Crowell crowella [at] N/A

Smithsonian Institution

907-929-9207 Anchorage Museum of History and Art Anchorage Alaska 99501 United States Alaska Director

Archaeological site distributions and human settlement patterns along the Gulf of Alaska coast, with reference to resource distributions, sea level history and Holocene glacial history (National Park Service, USGS, Smithsonian Institution) Katmai, Kenai Fjords, Glacier Bay National Parks.

archaeology, ethnohistory, museum studies

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Liz Cruwys ec102 [at]

Scott Polar Research Institute

University of Cambridge

+44-1223-336567 Lensfield Road Cambridge CB2 1ER United Kingdom Independent Publishing Professional

Looking at the bioaccumulation of trace elements in the hard tissues of pinnipeds. Pinniped phylogeny and taxonomy.

marine biology, seals, pollution

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Yvon Csonka ycsonka [at]

Department of Social and Cultural History

Ilisimatusarfik - University of Greenland

+299-311630 PO Box 1061 Nuuk DK-3900 Greenland Chef du domaine Analyses thématiques et enquêtes chez

Asian shore of Bering Strait, Chukotka, Russia: neo-Eskimo prehistory (coordinator of international archaeological project at the site of Ekven). Caribou Inuit ethnohistory, west coast of Hudson Bay, Nunavut, Canada.

social anthropology, archaeology, ethnohistory

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Kurt Cuffey kcuffey [at]

Department of Geography

University of California

510-643-1641 589 McCone Hall Berkeley California 94720 United States Professor

Ice core paleoclimatology. Dynamic glaciology. Processes in subfreezing ice. Processes in polar firn. Borehole temperature analysis. Stable isotopes of water.

glaciology, geomorphology, global change

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Richard Cullather richard.cullather [at] N/A

Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, University of Maryland; Global Modeling and Assimilation Office, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

301-614-5668 ESSIC, University of Maryland at College Park Greenbelt Maryland 20771 United States Research Associate

Arctic precipitation studies. Climate variability.


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Stephen Cumbaa scumbaa [at]

Earth Sciences

Canadian Museum of Nature

613-364-4049 PO Box 3443 Station D Ottawa Ontario K1P 6P4 Canada Research Scientist, Paleobiology

Currently studying Early Devonian fossil fishes and paleoenvironments from fieldwork at localities on the Snake River, Yukon, and Anderson River, Northwest Territories, Canada with Hans-Peter Schultze; also conducting field and laboratory research on mid-Late Cretaceous fossil fishes, birds and paleoenvironments of the Western Interior Seaway in central Canada as well as at Lac des Bois in the Northwest Territories, also Late Cretaceous marine fishes from Devon Island, Nunavut. Recent paleontological projects include the description of a Pliocene freshwater perch from Strathcona Fjord, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, and an Early Pleistocene whitefish from Bluefish Basin, Yukon Territory. Recent zooarchaeological projects include the Ice Patch fauna, Yukon, and whales from 16th C. Basque whaling stations along the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador, including DNA comparisons to modern bowhead and right whale populations. Previous zooarchaeological work includes Thule sites in Nunavut and on historic sites from Sir John Franklin expedition camps and 19th C. Franklin Search camps in Nunavut, and the Greeley Expedition, Ellesmere Island.

paleontology, paleoecology, zooarchaeology

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Judith Curry curryja [at]

School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Georgia Institute of Technology

404-894-3948 ES&T Room 3156 Atlanta Georgia 30332 United States Professor Emeritus

Arctic atmosphere. Sea ice.

atmospheric physics, sea ice modeling, climate modeling

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Tine Curtis tcu [at]

Section for Research in Greenland

National Institute of Public Health

+45-33-70-33-93 Svanemollevej 25 Copenhagen 0 DK-2100 Denmark Adjunct Professor

Self-rated health in Greenland. Methodology of survey research. Focus group interviews. Families in changing societies. Perception of health in towns and villages. Risk perception. Lay perspective of diet and environmental pollution.

social change, human behavior, public health

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Jan Curtis jan.curtis [at] N/A

University of Wyoming

503-414-3017 1201 NE Lloyd Boulevard Portland Oregon 97232 United States Applied Climatologist

climate change, global warming

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Gregory Cutter gcutter [at]

Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences

Old Dominion University

757-683-4929 431 Oceanography & Physics Building Norfolk Virginia 23529 United States Professor

Paleoceanography, biogeochemical cycling of trace elements, photochemistry, atmospheric deposition.

chemical oceanography, biogeochemistry, atmospheric chemistry

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Christine Cuyler chris.cuyler [at]

Department of Mammals and Birds

Greenland Institute of Natural Resources

+299-361200 PO Box 570 Nuuk DK-3900 Greenland Senior Scientist

West Greenland: seasonal movement patterns of satellite collared caribou w.r.t. snow cover and vegetation. Comparing reproduction, body size, and condition of female caribou from two different habitats.

caribou, muskox, population biology

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