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Kerry Feldman kdfeldman [at] alaska.edu

Department of Anthropology

University of Alaska Anchorage

907-786-6849 3211 Providence Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Professor Emeritus

Revising the Boston Naming Test for use among Alaska Natives. This test assists speech therapist diagnose speech loss problems following strokes or injury.

cultural anthropology, ethnology, whaling

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Benjamin Felzer bsf208 [at] lehigh.edu N/A

Lehigh University

610-758-3536 1 West Packer Avenue Bethlehem Pennsylvania 18015 United States

Serves as climate scenarios coordinator for the U.S. National Assessment of the Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change. Climate modeling of glacial/interglacial climates and mesoscale modeling of the Arctic.

climate modeling, global warming, paleoclimatology

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Ronald Ferek ron.ferek [at] navy.mil

Department of Atmospheric Sciences

University of Washington

703-696-0518 875 North Randolph Street Arlington Virginia 22203 United States

atmospheric chemistry, air pollution, oil spills

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Michael Ferguson michaelf [at] hihm.no

Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management

Hedmark University College

+47-48270554 Anne Evenstad vei 80 Koppang 2480 Norway Senior Wildlife Advisor

Long-term population fluctuations and ecology of wildlife on arctic and alpine tundra. Human dimensions and indigenous knowledge of arctic environments, and integration with scientific research, leading to predictive ecological models and wildlife management. Multi-scale spatial and temporal aspects. Seasonal migrations and long-term population shifts, physical condition, food habits of arctic herbivores, and their interactions with plants and snow. Development of wildlife research priorities and guidelines based on consensus with local and regional Inuit communities. Indigenous customary practices and governance leading to conservation of biological/biocultural diversity.

population ecology, wildlife, human/environment interaction

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Steven Ferguson fergusonsh [at] dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Department of Fisheries

Freshwater Institute

+1-204-983-5057 501 University Crescent Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N6 Canada Research Scientist

Applying for Northern Research Chair to study "Climate change and arctic caribou conservation."

caribou, climate modeling, ecology

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Steven Ferguson steve.ferguson [at] dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Department of Fisheries

Freshwater Institute

+1-204-983-5057 501 University Crescent Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N6 Canada Research Scientist

Applying for Northern Research Chair to study "Climate change and arctic caribou conservation."

caribou, climate modeling, ecology

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Michael Ferguson wildlifeadvisor [at] niws.ca N/A +1-613-407-1197 3050A Huntingdon Court Gloucester K1T 1R2 Canada Senior Wildlife Advisor

Long-term population fluctuations and ecology of arctic wildlife. Human dimensions and indigenous knowledge of arctic environments, and integration with scientific research. Arctic wildlife management. Climate change impacts on wildlife. Multi-scale spatial and temporal ecology. Seasonal migrations and long-term population shifts, physical condition, foraging habits, etc. Community-based wildlife monitoring. Development of wildlife research and management priorities and guidelines based on consensus with local and regional Inuit communities. Indigenous conserved areas, customary practices and governance.

wildlife management, population ecology, wildlife, indigenous ecological knowledge, human/environment interaction

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Milena Fernandes fernandes.milena [at] saugov.sa.gov.au N/A

South Australian Research & Development Institute

+61-8-8290-2306 Aquatic Sciences Henley Beach South Australia SA 5022 Australia Senior Scientist

Environmental chemistry.

environmental chemistry, organic geochemistry, aquatic chemistry

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Christophe Ferrari ferrari [at] lgge.obs.ujf-grenoble.fr N/A

Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Geophysique de l'Environnement

+33-4-76-82-42-39 54 Rue Moliere Saint Martin d'heres 38402 France Professor, Président of Grenoble-Alpes Métropole

Mercury cycle in polar regions

atmospheric chemistry, snow chemistry, biogeochemistry

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Florence Fetterer fetterer [at] nsidc.org

Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, National Snow and Ice Data Center (CIRES/NSIDC)

University of Colorado

303-492-4421 1315 East West Highway Silver Spring 20190 United States NOAA@NSIDC

Data management, data set development, working with NOAA and other agencies on cryospheric products for researchers and the public.

sea ice remote sensing, cryospheric remote sensing, data management

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Ingo Fetzer ingo.fetzer [at] su.se N/A

UFZ - Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle

+46-81-612-83 Stockholm Resilience Centre Stockholm 106 91 Sweden Researcher

Siberian River Run-Off (SIRRO). Kara Sea.

benthic ecology, biodiversity

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Svein-Erik Fevolden svein-erik.fevolden [at] uit.no

Norwegian College of Fishery Science

University of Tromsø

+47-9082-1424 Tromsø N-9037 Norway Professor

Population genetics of various Arctic organisms.

marine biology, animal genetics, fish populations

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Thierry Fichefet thierry.fichefet [at] uclouvain.be

Institut d’Astronomie et de Géophysique G. Lamaître

Université catholique de Louvain

+32-1047-3295 Place Louis Pasteur, 3, L4.03.08 Louvain-la-Neuve B-1348 Belgium Professor

Large-scale modeling of atmosphere/sea-ice/ocean interactions and their influence on climate.

sea ice modeling, air-sea-ice interactions, climate modeling

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Ann Fienup-Riordan riordan [at] alaska.net N/A

Calista Elders Council

907-346-2952 9951 Prospect Drive Anchorage Alaska 99516 United States

Yup’ik history and oral tradition. NSF-supported project on human and animal relations

cultural anthropology, museum studies, Yup'ik culture

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Nadezda Filimonova nadezda.filimonova [at] rshu.ru N/A

Russian State Hyrometeorological University

+7-911-275-9739 Malookhtinsky pr. 98 St. Petersburg 195196 Russian Federation

Geopolitics in the Arctic
Russian Arctic policy
Regime building in the Arctic
Asian policy in the Arctic

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Andrew Filippov filippov [at] ecopro.spb.ru

Zoological Institute

Russian Academy of Sciences

+812-328-4609 Universitetskaja Naberezhnaja 1 St. Petersburg 199034 Russian Federation Researcher

Zoobenthos spatial distribution at the Barents Sea intertidal zone. White Sea mussels ecophysiology. Salinity adaptation in aquatic invertebrates.

marine ecology, ecophysiology, biodiversity

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Dennis Filler dennis.filler [at] ucf.edu N/A

Rockwell

907-457-7625 Engineering I (Building 40) Orlando Florida 32816 United States Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering

Bioremediation. Spill response/dynamics. Contaminants in freezing ground. Cold Regions Bioremediation/Remediation Contaminants in Freezing Ground Ice Roads

environmental engineering, frozen soil mechanics, permafrost

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Paul Filmer pfilmer [at] nsf.gov

GEO/OAD - Directorate for Geosciences

National Science Foundation (NSF)

703-292-7220 2415 Eisenhower Avenue Alexandria Virginia 22314 United States Program Director

The Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) has had "High-Latitude Processes" as part of its scientific agenda, and currently supports researchers active in the area of enhanced UV-B radiation perturbations on ecosystems in the USA & Canada.

government policy, global change

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Robert Finkel rfinkel [at] llnl.gov

Geosciences and Environmental Technology Department

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

925-424-2530 PO Box 808 Livermore California 94551 United States

Cosmogenic radionuclides in ice cores.

geochronology, paleoclimatology, radioactive isotopes

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Jacques Finlay jfinlay [at] umn.edu

Ecology Evolution and Behavior

University of Minnesota

612-624-4672 1479 Gortner Avenue St. Paul Minnesota 55108 United States

Stream ecology. Land-water connections. Response of aquatic ecosystems to disturbance.

aquatic ecology, ecosystem science, stable isotopes, global change

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Bruce Finney finney [at] isu.edu

Departments of Biological Sciences & Geosciences

Idaho State University

208-282-4318 921 South 8th Avenue Pocatello Idaho 83209 United States Professor

Late Quaternary climate change in northern Alaska (NSF/PALE). Long-term variability in salmon abundance. Return of flat fish to substrate, topography and currents (NURP).

climate change, fisheries

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Anthony Fiorillo anthony.fiorillo [at] perotmuseum.org

Paleontology

214-756-5725 Perot Museum of Nature and Science Dallas Texas 75201 United States Chief Curator

I lead a team that is studying dinosaurs of the ancient Arctic and their ecosystems. More specifically, we are working on understanding patterns of biodiversity in the Cretaceous Arctic. Our field work covers almost all of Alaska and is focused on rocks between 110 Ma to 70 Ma. Our efforts include not only the study of the dinosaurs who lived in the Arctic region, but also the environments and the climate in which they lived as well as the possible feedback loops between these attributes.

Paleontology, paleogeography, paleoclimatology, paleoecology, ancient terrestrial ecosystems

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Melvin Firestone melvin.firestone [at] asu.edu

Department of Anthropology

Arizona State University

480-965-5807 Box 872402 Tempe Arizona 85287 United States Associate Professor

Inuit culture traits taken over by non-aboriginal people in northern Newfoundland.

anthropology

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VICTOR FISCHER vfischer2 [at] alaska.edu

ISER

UAA

907-786-7718 3211 Providence Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Director Emeritus

Urban and regional planning.

Alaska public policy, Alaska/Russian relations, Native governments

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Urs Fischer uhfischer [at] ethz.ch

Laboratory of Hydraulics, Hydrology and Glaciology (VAW)

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH)

+41-1-632-41-62 Sonneggstrasse 5 Zurich CH-8092 Switzerland Lecturer

glaciology, hydrology, periglacial environment

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