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Gunnar Futsaeter gunnar.futsaeter [at] unep.org

Department of Environment Strategy

Norwegian Pollution Control Authority

+41-22-917-8185 PO Box 8100 Dep Oslo N-0032 Norway Program Officer

National co-ordinator of the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) under the Arctic Council (implementing various national monitoring and assessment projects). Arctic Council Action Plan to Eliminate pollution of the Arctic (ACAP). Project leader for the bi-lateral Norwegian-Russian project: OSPAR harmonisation of offshore activities and monitoring of hazardous substances under JAMP (OSPAR’s Joint Monitoring Programme).

pollution, environmental monitoring, environmental impact assessment

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Chris Furgal chrisfurgal [at] trentu.ca

Indigenous/ Environmental Resource Studies

Trent University

+1-705-748-1011 1600 West Bank Drive Peterborough Ontario K9J 7B8 Canada Assistant Professor

Risk management, assessment, and communication processes in northern communities. Decision making related to environmental health issues (e.g., food security, development, climate change) in circumpolar Arctic and sub-Arctic populations. Environmental health risk assessment, management and communication, Indigenous environmental health, climate and health, food security, contaminants and country/traditional foods; capacity building and training.

environmental health, human/environment interaction, Indigenous peoples

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Tore Furevik tore [at] gfi.uib.no

Geophysical Institute and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research

University of Bergen

+47-55-58-26-91 Allégaten 70 Bergen N-5007 Norway Professor

* Response of sea ice, ocean circulation, and atmosphere to global warming. * Infloow of heat to the North Atlantic, Nordic Seas, and Arctic * Thermohaline circulation and its relation to climate change

climate modeling, atmospheric physics, ocean circulation

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Inez Fung ifung [at] berkeley.edu

Center for Atmospheric Sciences

University of California Berkeley

510-643-9367 307 McCone Hall Berkeley California 94720 United States Professor

CO2 modeling, atmospheric sciences, climate modeling

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Svend Funder svf [at] snm.ku.dk

Centre for GeoGentics

University of Copenhagen

+45-3532-2363 Øster Voldgade 5-7 Copenhagen K DK-1350 Denmark Professor, Curator

Climatic and oceanographic change over the last 130,000 years - Greenland, Svalbard, Russia. Anthropocene and urban change last half-millenium, Copenhagen. Coastal erosion/accumulation last 2 millenia, Denmark.

quaternary geology, climate change, oceanography

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Todd Fuller tkfuller [at] eco.umass.edu

Department of Environmental Conservation

University of Massachusetts

413-545-4723 128 Holdsworth Amherst Massachusetts 01003 United States Professor

Wolf ecology and management. Dr. Fuller’s research efforts focus on identifying factors affecting variation in mammal density and distribution. Whether a species is recognized as endangered, a nuisance, or harvestable, knowledge of its natural history and population ecology is essential in order to predict or responsibly manage population change. In order to better understand the mechanisms of this change, Dr. Fuller and his students capture, mark, and monitor a variety of carnivores, ungulates, and smaller herbivores to document their movements, habitat use, food habits, survival, reproduction, social behavior, and density, then synthesize results from their own and other studies. They survey populations through direct and indirect means (e.g., scats, tracks, calls, cameras) to assess distribution and relative abundance, and also collaborate with colleagues to investigate roles of disease, genetics, nutrition, morphology, and human activities in population regulation and species conservation.

wolf populations, wildlife management, predation

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Mitsuo Fukuchi fukuchi [at] nipr.ac.jp

Center for Antarctic Environment Monitoring

National Institute of Polar Research

+81-3-3962-6031 9-10 Kaga 1-chome Tokyo 173-8515 Japan Professor Emeritus

North Water Polynya Program (NOW) by AOSB. CASES. Collaborating with the international CASES program and sediment trap experiment.

marine ecology, marine biology, phytoplankton

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Yasushi Fujiyoshi fujiyo [at] lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp

Institute of Low Temperature Science

Hokkaido University

+81-11706-5491 N19 W8 Sapporo 060-0819 Japan Professor

Bering Sea and Arctic Sea.

meteorology, atmospheric physics

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Kazuya Fujita fujita [at] msu.edu

Department of Geological Sciences

Michigan State University

517-355-0142 15 Natural Science East Lansing Michigan 48824 United States Professor

Seismicity and seismotectonics of northeast Russia and western Alaska. Tectonic evolution of northeast Russia and the Arctic basin. Crustal structure of northeast Russia.

plate tectonics, seismology, tectonophysics

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Kei Fujimura kei.fujimura [at] ucsf.edu

NRES

University of Northern British Columbia

415-476-6423 513 Parnassus Avenue San Francisco California 94117 United States Specialist

Examining the effects of global warming on the mycorrhizal fungal community on Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. Experiment includes open-top chambers to simulate increase temperature as predicted for 2050.

mycology, ecology, global warming

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Seizo Fujikawa sfuji [at] for.agr.hokudai.ac.jp

Division of Environmental Resources

Hokkaido University

+81-11706-2511 Sapporo 060-8589 Japan Professor

Plant physiology. Plant response (adaptation and injury mechanisms) to naturally (environmentally) occurring freezing.

cold adaptation, plant pathology

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Yoshiyuki Fujii fujii [at] pmg.nipr.ac.jp

Arctic Environment Research Center

National Institute of Polar Research

+81-3-3962-4742 Kaga 1-9-10 Itabashi-ku Tokyo 173-8515 Japan Professor Emeritus

Circum-Arctic ice core climate research

glaciology, global change, global warming

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Eva Fuglei eva.fuglei [at] npolar.no

Biology Department

Norwegian Polar Institute

+47-7775-0528 Tromsø N-9296 Norway Research Scientist

Ecophysiology of the arctic fox at Svalbard. Ecotoxicology of the arctic fox at Svalbard.

biology, animal physiology, bioenergetics

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Dieter Fuetterer dieter.fuetterer [at] awi.de

Department of Geosystems

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-471-4831-1202 Am Alten Hafen 26 Bremerhaven D-27568 Germany Professor

Ocean sediment. Siberian River Run-off (SIRRO). Karasea and Ob-Yenisei estuaries.

marine geology, paleoceanography

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Paul Fryer paul.fryer [at] uef.fi

Department of Geography

University of Eastern Finland

+358-50-372-8521 PO Box 111 Joensuu FIN-80101 Finland Lecturer

Russian North: Ethnic boundaries in transition on the Kola Peninsula. Ethnic revival in the Komi Republic.

Native transitions, circumpolar cultures, Native education

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Alan Fryday fryday [at] msu.edu

Department of Plant Biology

Michigan State University

517-355-4696 Herbarium, Department of Plant Biology East Lansing Michigan 48824 United States

Taxonomy and ecology of non-corticolous, crustose lichens. Lichen phytosociology.

lichenology, alpine ecology, plant ecology

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Peter Frost pfrost [at] globetrotter.qc.ca

GETIC

Université Laval

+1-418-683-1740 Pavillon De Koninck - local 0450 Sainte-Foy Quebec G1K 7P4 Canada Researcher

Paleoanthropology. Genetics of the Labrador Inuit. Upper paleolithic Europe and Siberia.

anthropology, genetics, paleo-Eskimo

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Gerald Frost jfrost [at] abrinc.com N/A 907-388-1523 PO Box 80410 Fairbanks Alaska 99708 United States Senior Scientist View Full Profile
Anatoly Frolov ipquis [at] redline.ru

Division of Scientific Council on Earth Cryology - Geophysics of Cryolithozone

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-95-930-2634 Apt 128 Moscow 117296 Russian Federation Professor, Renowned Scientist of Russian Federation, Head of Department

Peculiarities of electric and mechanical properties of saline frozen soils. Dielectric properties of dry and wet snow. Physics (electrodynamics and acoustics) of frozen soils, ice, and snow.

geophysics, permafrost, soil physics

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Sergey Frolov lilp [at] aari.nw.ru

Ice Navigation Laboratory - Ice Regime and Forecasts Department

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute

+7-812-352-0307 38 Bering Street St. Petersburg 199397 Russian Federation Head of Laboratory

Ice conditions for navigation in the Arctic Basin, Northern Sea Route, Okhotsk Sea. Participated in 30 Arctic expeditions, including 8 voyages to the North Pole aboard Russian icebreakers.

sea ice navigation, sea ice, sea ice monitoring

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Steve Frolking steve.frolking [at] unh.edu

Complex Systems Research Center

University of New Hampshire

603-862-0244 39 College Road - Morse Hall Durham New Hampshire 03824 United States Research Professor

BOREAS. Pan-Arctic hydrology. Modeling soil freeze/thaw.

biogeochemistry, soil processes, wetlands

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Bruno Frohlich bruno.frohlich [at] dartmouth.edu

Department of Anthropology

Smithsonian Institution

802-249-0630 National Museum of Natural History MS-112 Washington District of Columbia 20560 United States Visiting Professor

Aleutian Islands, population demography, physical anthropology, archaeology. Also research in the Middle East, New England, and Europe.

physical anthropology, population biology, remote sensing

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Diedrich Fritzsche diedrich.fritzsche [at] awi.de

Research Department Potsdam

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-331-288-2117 Telegrafenberg A43 Potsdam D-14473 Germany Senior Scientist

Greenland. Severnaya Zemlya. Deep ice drilling.

glaciology, geophysics, ice geophysics

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Sherilyn Fritz sfritz2 [at] unl.edu

Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

402-472-6431 214 Bessey Hall Lincoln Nebraska 68588 United States George Holmes University Professor

Lake-climate interactions

limnology, paleoclimatology, Quaternary geology

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Harold Fritts hfritts [at] ltrr.arizona.edu

Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research

University of Arizona

520-887-7291 5703 North Lady Lane Tucson Arizona 85704 United States Professor Emeritus

Modeling tree ring growth.

dendrochronology, ecophysiology, ecosystem modeling

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