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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Claude Duguay crduguay [at] uwaterloo.ca

Department of Geography

University of Waterloo

519-888-4567 200 University Avenue West Waterloo Ontario N2L 3G1 Canada Professor

Remote sensing and modeling of lake ice. Remote sensing and modeling of frozen ground.

remote sensing, lake ice, permafrost

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Gérard Duhaime gerard.duhaime [at] soc.ulaval.ca

Sociology

Université Laval

+1-418-656-2131 Pavillon Charles-De Koninck Quebec City Quebec G1V 0A6 Canada Professor

Sustainable development in the Arctic. Conditions for food security. Economic sociology to the Arctic. Living conditions in the Arctic.

socioeconomics

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Alejandra Duk-Rodkin alejandra.duk-rodkin [at] canada.ca

Terrain Sciences Division - Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

+1-403-604-5362 3303 33rd Street Northwest Calgary Alberta T2L 2A7 Canada Research Scientist

Tertiary geology. Continental Arctic and subarctic geology and geomorphology of Northwest Canada. Tertiary pre-glacial drainage systems and their relationship to placer mineral exploration of gold and diamonds. Surficial geology of NW Canada.

glacial geology, paleogeography, quaternary geology

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John Duman duman.1 [at] nd.edu

Department of Biological Sciences

University of Notre Dame

574-631-9499 143 Galvin Life Science Center Notre Dame Indiana 46556 United States Gillen Professor of Biological Sciences

Main interests are subzero temperature adaptations of poikilotherms (animals and plants), especially insects. Of particular interest is the role of antifreeze preoteins in cold tolerance. Current projects include studies of antifreeze preoteins and related adaptations in Alaskan insects.

cold adaptation, comparative physiology, ecophysiology

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Angelika Dummermuth angelika.dummermuth [at] awi.de

Project Group Solar UV Radiation

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-471-4831-1012 Am Handelshafen 12 Bremerhaven D-27570 Germany Science Manager

Plant physiology. Antioxidative strategies of marine macroalgae of Kongsfjord, Spitsbergen photobiology.

benthic ecology, plant ecology

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Don Dumond ddumond [at] oregon.uoregon.edu

Department of Anthropology

University of Oregon

541-346-5101 1218 University of Oregon Eugene Oregon 97403 United States Professor Emeritus

Prehistory of coastal Alaska, with emphasis on the Bering Sea region. Archaeology and ethnohistory of the Alaska Peninsula.

prehistory, archaeology, ethnohistory

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Julie Dumoulin dumoulin [at] usgs.gov N/A

U.S. Geological Survey

907-786-7439 U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Science Center Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Geologist

Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and energy and mineral resource potential of Triassic, Paleozoic, and Proterozoic rocks (especially carbonate rocks) of Alaska. Lisburne Group (Carboniferous-Permian) sedimentology. Paleoenvironmental and paleogeographic reconstruction.

geology, sedimentology, stratigraphy

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Kate Duncan kate.duncan [at] asu.edu

School of Art

Arizona State University

480-965-9310 2846 NW 68th Street Tempe Arizona 85287 United States Professor Emeritus

Contemporary Alaska Native artists. Athabaskan beadwork.

art, ethnology, Athabaskan studies

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Cynthia Duncan mduncan [at] merid.org

Carsy Institute

University of New Hampshire

603-862-2821 73 Main Street Durham New Hampshire 03824 United States Research Director, Senior Fellow

Human adaptation to change in North Atlantic communities dependent on groundfish.

sociology, community development, social change

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Jon Dunham jon.dunham [at] uiccs.com

Consulting Group

UMIAQ, LLC

907-440-7582 7071 Whitehall Street Anchorage Alaska 99502 United States Planning Consultant

GIS used as a tool for environmental decision making, appropriate technology, Inupiat Traditional knowledge in land use planning. BEO Masterplan 10 year update; traditional knowledge related to impacts of oil and gas development.

land use planning, Native communities, socio-economic impact assessment

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James Dunn james.dunn [at] unco.edu N/A 970-351-2834 Department of Geography & GIS Greeley Colorado 80639 United States Professor & Department Chair

Director of field program to Canadian Arctic. Assistant Editor of ARCSS project to develop educational materials with the ARCSS database

education, geography

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Robert Dunn dunnr [at] hawaii.edu

Geology and Geophysics

University of Hawaii

808-956-3728 1680 East-West Road Honolulu Hawaii 96822 United States Professor

Mantle geophysics and plate tectonics

geophysics, tectonophysics, seismology

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Kenneth Dunton ken.dunton [at] utexas.edu

Marine Science Institute

University of Texas at Austin

361-749-6744 750 Channel View Drive Port Aransas Texas 78373 United States Professor

Benthic community structure and biomass: linkage to biological and physical processes (Beaufort and Chukshi seas). UV inhibition of photosynthesis in arctic kelp (Canadian High Arctic; Norway). Biological impacts of offshore oil and gas development on arctic kelp communities (Beaufort Sea). Isotopic geochemistry.

benthic ecology, biological oceanography, kelp

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Zdenek Duris zdenek.duris [at] osu.cz

Department of Biology

University of Ostrava

+420-553-46-2316 Hladnovska 9 Ostrava 710 00 Czech Republic Professor

Expeditions - with r/v 'Oceania', Institute of Oceanology PAS (Sopot, Poland): Spitsbergen 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997. Decapod crustaceans - systematics, adult and larval. Sympagic crustaceans. Shallow-water marine ecosystems. Scuba-diving methods. Underwater video.

crustacean biology, invertebrate biology, marine biology

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E. Paul Durrenberger epd2 [at] psu.edu

Department of Anthropology

Pennsylvania State University

814-863-2694 409 Carpenter Building University Park Pennsylvania 16802 United States Professor Emeritus

Iceland--medieval and modern.

anthropology

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Piyush Dutta pkdutt [at] crrel.usace.army.mil N/A

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

561-627-8806 4810 Eugenia Drive Palm Beach Gardens Florida 33418 United States Research Scientist

composite materials

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Matt Duvall mgresh [at] bates.edu

Imaging Center

Bates College

207-786-6066 2 Andrews Road Lewiston Maine 04240 United States Senior Director of Strategy and Analysis

Geographic information systems No current research projects.

data management, data processing/analysis, paleoclimatology

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Ye Dvorkin ashik [at] aari.nw.ru

Department of Oceanography

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI)

+7-812-352-1922 38 Bering Street St. Petersburg 199397 Russian Federation

Level oscillations, tides.

oceanography

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Markus Dyck mdyck [at] gov.nu.ca

Sustainable Development

Government of Nunavut

+1-867-975-5943 PO Box 560 Rankin Inlet Nunavut Canada Polar Bear Biologist

Tourism in the Arctic and polar bears, polar bear reproductive behaviour, climate change and polar bears/Arctic ecosystems

wildlife management, animal behavior, population ecology

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Arthur Dyke adyke [at] nrcan.gc.ca

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada - Terrain Sciences Division

+1-613-992-0643 601 Booth Street Ottawa Ontario K1A 0E8 Canada Emeritus Scientist

Younger Dryas and postglacial climate threshold events in the western Canadian Arctic. Human and faunal response to climate change in the western Canadian Arctic. Articulating the archaeological and geological records.

quaternary geology

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Larry Dyke ldyke [at] nrcan.gc.ca

Department of Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

613-996-1967 601 Booth Street Ottawa Ontario K1A 0E8 Canada Research Scientist

Slope stability in a warming climate. Contaminant transport in permafrost. Impacts of climate chage in the Mackenzie River valley and Beaufort coast areas.

permafrost, groundwater

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Oksana Dzyuba shurygin [at] uiggm.nsc.ru

Institute of Petroleum Geology

Russian Academy of Sciences - Siberian Branch

+3832-332306 Koptyukh 3 Novosibirsk 90 630090 Russian Federation Research Student

Cretaceous belemnites of the northern parts of West and East Siberia.

paleontology, biostratigraphy, paleogeography

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