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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Andrew Derocher derocher [at]

Department of Biological Sciences

University of Alberta

780-492-5570 Z1110 Biological Sciences Edmonton Alberta T6G 2E9 Canada Professor

Population ecology and dynamics of polar bears. Polar bear ecotoxicology. Habitat use by polar bears. Predator-prey relationships.

population ecology, marine mammals, marine ecology

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Stephen Déry stephen.dery [at] N/A


+1-250-960-5193 3333 University Way Prince George British Columbia V2N4Z9 Canada Canada Research Chair in Northern Hydrometeorology

detection and attribution of trends in snow and river discharge, water budget studies, blowing snow, impacts of climate change on the cryosphere

atmospheric sciences, climate change, snow

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Joseph Desloges desloges [at]

Department of Geography

University of Toronto

+1-416-978-3709 22 Russell Street Toronto Ontario M5S 3B1 Canada Professor

Glacimarine fiord sedimentation in western Greenland. Glacilacustrine sedimentation in Icelandic lakes.

geomorphology, sedimentology, climate change

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Sabev Dessislav dsabev [at]

Department of Geography

McGill University

+1-613-894-6593 25 Eddy Street Gatineau Quebec K1A 0H4 Canada Manager, Policy and Stakeholder Relations

Cultural anthropology of the Kola Peninsula, NW Russia. Anthropological field-research with tundra-based reindeer-herding. Collectives in Lovozero District.

cultural adaptation, ethnology, Native transitions

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Dirk Dethleff ddethleff [at]

Department of Paleoceanology

GEOMAR Research Center for Marine Geosciences

+49-431-600-2838 Wischhofstraße 1-3 Kiel D-24148 Germany

Radionuclide transport from the Kara Sea toward the central Arctic by sea ice. Dense water formation subsequent to lead ice formation on the Siberian shelves. Entrainment of sediment particles into newly forming lab-tank salt water ice supported by Langmuir circulation. Pollution transport by sea ice and sea-ice sediments. Arctic shelf dense water formation. Arctic meteorology.

glacimarine processes, marine sedimentology, sea ice dynamics

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Laurel Devaney laurel_devaney [at]

Fairbanks Fisheries Resource Office

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

907-456-0558 101 12th Avenue Fairbanks Alaska 99701 United States Education Coordinator

Developing materials for teachers and other educators to use in the classroom or in science camps. Long-term monitoring of water chemistry, invertebrates, and fish samples twice a year at three sites on the Chena River with a local middle school.

fisheries, aquatic biology

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Sylvie Devers devers [at]

Fonds Polaire

Bibliothèque centrale du Muséum national d’histoire naturelle

+33-1-4079-3647 38 rue Geoffroy Saint Hilaire Paris F-75005 France Librarian

Polar information.

library/information specialist

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Pierre Deviche pierre.deviche [at]

School of Life Sciences

Arizona State University

480-965-0726 PO Box 874501 Tempe Arizona 85287 United States Professor

Neuroendocrinology of Vertebrate Reproduction. Physiological Bases of Animal Behavior. Extraretinal photoreception. Hormonal Bases of Seasonal Cycles.

ornithology, endocrinology, neurobiology

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Allan Devol devol [at]

School of Oceanography

University of Washington

206-543-1292 PO Box 357940 Seattle Washington 98195 United States Professor Emeritus

dentirification and carbon cycling in continental margin sediments.

chemical oceanography, geochemistry, global change

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Oleg Devyatayev osd [at]

“Sever” Center

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute

+7-812-352-2014 38 Bering Street St. Petersburg 199397 Russian Federation Chief Specialist

Design of the Polar Module of World Ocean Common Information System.

sea ice remote sensing, information systems/technology, communications

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Keith Dewing kdewing [at]

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

403-292-7135 3303 33rd Street NW Calgary Alberta T2L 2A7 Canada Research Scientist

Lower Paleozoic stratigraphy, Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

geology, stratigraphy, mineral exploration, petroleum systems

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Miriam Diamond miriam.diamond [at]

Department of Geography

University of Toronto

+1-416-978-1586 100 St. George Street Toronto Ontario M5S 3G3 Canada Professor

Loadings and fate of organic and inorganic contaminants in arctic aquatic systems, including food web transfer.

environmental contaminants, environmental chemistry, environmental engineering

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Henry Diaz hfdiaz [at]

Environmental Research Laboratories

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

303-497-6649 325 Broadway Boulder Colorado 80303 United States Affiliate Faculty

Climate change in alpine regions. Climate change as a function of elevation.

climate change, El Nino/Southern Oscillation, paleoclimatology

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Lyle Dick ericlyledick [at]

Parks Canada

Western Canada Service Centre

+1-604-666-7640 300 West Georgia Street Vancouver British Columbia V6B 6C6 Canada West Coast Historian

Post-contact history of Ellesmere Island. Inuit-European relations. High-Arctic exploration.

history, ethnohistory, exploration and travel

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Henry Dick hdick [at]

Department of Geology and Geophysics

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

508-289-2590 McLean Laboratory Woods Hole Massachusetts 02543 United States Senior Scientist

Igneous petrology and tectonics along the Gakkel Ridge

igneous petrology, tectonics

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Mark Dickerson mdickers [at]

Department of Political Science

University of Calgary

+1-403-220-6484 Social Sciences Building Room 736 Calgary Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada Professor Emeritus

Self-government in Canada’s north. Comparative politics.

political science

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David Dickins dfdickins [at] N/A

DF Dickins Associates, LLC

858-431-6064 2655 Ellentown Road La Jolla California 92037 United States Managing Member, DF Dickins Associates, LLC (P.Eng.)

Recently completed research includes: - co-author and committee member "Responding to Oil Spills in the US Arctic Marine Environment, National Research Council, 2014; co-author "Guide to Oil Spill Response in Snow and Ice Conditions in the Arctic, for Arctic Council - Emergency Prevention Preparedness and Response, 2015; topic paper author and contributor to "Arctic Potential - realizing the promise of US Arctic Oil and Gas Resources, National Petroleum Council 2015.

oil spills in ice, sea ice, arctic shipping routes, remote sensing, air cushion vehicles

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Kathryn Dickson kathy.dickson [at]

Environment Canada

Canadian Wildlife Service

+1-819-997-9733 351 Saint Joseph Boulevard Hull Quebec K1A 0H3 Canada Waterfowl Populations Biologist

Goose populations on the Great Plain of the Koukdjuak. Genetic structuring in circumpolar populations of Brant.

waterfowl, waterfowl migration, bird populations

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Lynne Dickson lynne.dickson [at]

Environment Canada

Canadian Wildlife Service

+1-780-951-8681 4999-98 Avenue Edmonton Alberta T6B 2X3 Canada Wildlife Biologist

Reproductive ecology and survival of the Pacific Common Eider in central arctic Canada. Use of satellite telemetry to locate King Eider and Pacific Common Eider migration routes; moulting and wintering areas. Population delineation and population dynamics of sea ducks.

avian biology, wildlife management, avian ecology

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Deborah Diemand diemand [at]

Applied Research Division

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

603-646-4191 72 Lyme Road Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States

Methods of constructing compacted snow roads and runways.

snow compaction, icebergs, snow construction

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Rune Dietz rdi [at]

Department of Arctic Environment

Danish National Environmental Research Institute

+45-8715-8690 Frederiksborgvej 399 - Postbox 358 Roskilde DK-4000 Denmark Professor

Monitoring of contaminants. Satellite telemetry. Toxicology.

marine mammals, environmental monitoring, satellites

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Karen Dillman kdillman [at]

Ecology/Botany Program

Tongass National Forest

907-772-5865 123 Scow Bay Loop Road Cordova Alaska 99574 United States Ecologist

Lichens of the Bering Land Bridge. Botany and lichenology in Southeast Alaska.

lichenology, bryology, alpine ecology

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Herminia Din hdin [at]


University of Alaska Anchoarge

907-786-1785 3211 Providence Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Professor of Art Education

Plastic Pollution in the Arctic, Art & Science Integration, Teaching & Learning, Art Education, Community Outreach

Plastic Pollution in the Arctic, Education Outreach, Art & Science Integration

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Cynthia Dinwiddie cdinwiddie [at]

Earth, Material, and Planetary Sciences


210-522-6085 Southwest Research Institute (Geosciences and Engineering Division) San Antonio Texas 78238 United States Principal Scientist

Use of geophysical tools and cryo-hydrologic modeling to explore stratigraphy and dynamic freeze-thaw processes in aeolian deposits. Work took place at CRREL Permafrost Tunnel near Fox, AK, and at Great Kobuk Sand Dunes, Kobuk Valley National Park, AK. Activities include multidisciplinary work at the intersection of boundary layer meteorology, geomorphology, vadose zone hydrology and cryospheric science. Also remote-sensing characterization of landscape changes to polygonal terrain and thaw ponds over a period of 50 years.

hydrology, ground penetrating radar, slope stability, environmental sciences, landscape change

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Richard Dirks dirks2 [at]

Earth Observing Laboratory

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)

303-447-3770 PO Box 3000 Boulder Colorado 80307 United States Associate Director

Field data management support for SHEBA.

atmospheric sciences, data management, logistics

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