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Bradley Esser bkesser [at]

Chemical Sciences Division

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

925-422-5247 L-231, LLNL Livermore California 94550 United States Staff Scientist

Stable isotopes Radiochemistry Isotope hydrology, including alpine basin hydrology and impacts of climate change on alpine groundwater basins.

hydrology, geochemistry, radioactive isotopes

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Samuel Etienne samuel.etienne [at]


Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

+33-47346843 Laboratoire de G⁄ographie physique Clermont-Ferrand cedex 63057 France

Processes of weathering of volcanic rocks (basalts) in Iceland, especially non-cryogenic processes (biological, chemical, and physical processes).

geomorphology, periglacial environment, mycology

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Werner Eugster werner.eugster [at]

Institute of Plant, Animal and Agroecosystem Sciences

ETH Zurich

+41-1-632-6847 LFW C55.2 Zürich CH-8092 Switzerland Adjunct Professor

Global change Energy exchange Trace gases Role of lakes and rivers in global change. Carbon dynamics and gas flux in the Arctic.

atmospheric sciences, microclimatology, mass transfer

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Marlene Evans marlene.evans [at]

Science and Technology Branch

Environment Canada

+1-306-975-5310 11 Innovation Boulevard Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7N 3H5 Canada Research Scientist

Long-term trends in mercury and POPs in lake trout and burbot in lakes in Northwest Territories and why. Mercury, POPs and ecology of sea run char. Mackenzie River delta, tributaries and cumulative impacts of development. General ecological features and factors affecting these features. Great Slave and Great Bear Lake ecology. Community interactions, training and collaborations.

aquatic ecology, environmental contaminants, limnology

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Alexandre Evdokimov vniio [at] N/A

All-Russia Research Institute for Geology and Mineral Resources of the World Ocean

+812-587-8363 1 Angliisky Avenue St. Petersburg 190121 Russian Federation Chief of Department

Geology. Spitsbergen. Yakutiya. Chukotka. Novaya Zemlya. France Josef Land.

geochemistry, igneous petrology, mineralogy

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Galina Andreevna Evdokimova galina [at]

Kola Science Centre

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-81555-79771 14 Fersmana str INEP Apatity Murmansk Region 184200 Russian Federation Professor, Doctor of Sciences (Biology), Laboratory Chief

Microbial communities. Biodiversity of soil bacteria and fungi. Soil pollution by heavy metals. Bioaccumulation of heavy metals by fungal biomass. Bioremediation of soils.

soil microbiology, bioremediation, biodiversity

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Anita Evenset ane [at]

Environmental Department


+47-9900-1591 Polar Environmental Centre Tromsø N-9296 Norway Head of Department, Environmental R&D

Transport and deposition of persistent organic pollutants on Bear Island, Barents Sea. Effects of persistent organic pollutants on Arctic char.

environmental contaminants, environmental toxicology, marine biology

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Edward Evenson ebe0 [at]

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Lehigh University

610-758-3659 31 Williams Drive Bethlehem Pennsylvania 18015 United States

Modern glacial systems - Matanuska Glacier, Alaska, Svalbard. Glacial history - Alaska, Bylot Island, Ungava.

glacial geology, glaciology

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James Evermann jfe [at]

College of Veterinary Medicine

Washington State University

509-335-3044 PO Box 647010 Pullman Washington 99164 United States Professor, Immunodiagnostics Section Head

Ecology and epidemiology of infectious diseases of arctic mammals.

veterinary medicine, microbiology, virology

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Karl-Ulrich Evers evers [at]

Department of Arctic Technology

Hamburg Ship Model Basin

+49-406-9203-426 Bramfelder Strasse 164 Hamburg D-22395 Germany Senior Research Scientist - Dipl.-Ing.

Ice mechanics and ice properties. Ice model tests on ships and offshore structures. Model tests on oil recovery systems for arctic regions. Coordination of access to the large-scale facility ARCTECLAB. Pressure ice ridge profiling. Ice load measurements. Offshore structures, oil spills, sea ice modeling, sea ice navigation, environmental engineering.

sea ice, ice engineering, offshore structures, ice mechanics, model tests in ice

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Bojko Evgeny erbojko [at]

Institute of Physiology Urad Division

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-8212-24-08-52 Pervomaiskaya av - 50 Syktyvkar Komi, Respublika 167982 Russian Federation Professor, Laboratory Head

Human physiology and biochemistry between inhabitances of Circumpolar area. Especially effect of vitamine disoders on human health, menthal health, physiologycal and biochemical procesess. Metabolism in northerners.

medical sciences

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Alan Ewert aewert [at]

Department of Recreation and Park Administration

Indiana University

812-855-8116 PH 029 & PH 133A Bloomington Indiana 47405 United States Professor

Economic Impacts of Northern Portal Communities from the Adventure Tourism Perspective. Natural Resource Management/Human Dimensions.

tourism, recreation

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Peter Ewins pewins [at]

Arctic Programme

WWF Canada

+1-416-484-7711 245 Eglinton Avenue East Toronto Ontario M4P 3J1 Canada Arctic Wildlife Bioligist

Seabirds Arctic marine mammals Community-based conservation solutions WWF Canada does support Arctic research, and is actively engaged in many projects (over past 25 years) relating directly or indirectly to conservation of natural habitats and wildlife populations, etc.

arctic wildlife conservation, land and resource use planning, marine ecology

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Robert Ezraty robert.ezraty [at]

Département d’Océanographie Spatiale

Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la MER (IFREMER)

+33-298224299 Centre de Brest Plouzané F-29280 France

Remote sensing of sea ice using scatterometers and microwave radiometers. ESA/ERS AMI-Wind. NSCAT scatterometer.

remote sensing, sea ice remote sensing, boundary-layer meteorology

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