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Caren Garrity icedoctors [at]

Department of Remote Sensing

Microwave Group - Ottawa River Inc

+1-613-832-0411 3954 Armitage Avenue Dunrobin Ontario K0A 1T0 Canada

Applying a sedimentation model in the Greenland Sea to all the oceans covered by sea ice in the Arctic (aplied to shrimp atches in the Labrador Sea and soon to be expanded to other areas).

sea ice remote sensing, fisheries, marine sedimentology

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James Garvin james.b.garvin [at]

Goddard Space Flight Center Geodynamics Department

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

301-286-5154 NASA/GSFC Greenbelt Maryland 20771 United States Chief Scientist , Sciences and Exploration Directorate

Topographic monitoring of Arctic volcanoes via laser altimetry. Monitoring landscape dynamics in Iceland and Jan Mayen with RADARSAT and aircraft laser altimetry.

glacial geomorphology, volcanology, ice

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Roland Garwood garwood [at]

Department of Oceanography

Naval Postgraduate School

831-656-2673 Department of Oceanography Monterey California 93943 United States Professor Emeritus

Ocean modeling.

air-sea-ice interactions, modeling, oceanography

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Dolores Garza dagarza [at]

Marine Advisory Program

Alaska Sea Grant

907-247-4978 2417 Tongass 213A Ketchikan Alaska 99901 United States Professor Emeritus

Affects of federal/state policy on Native subsistence (fishery and marine mammal) uses and rights.

fisheries management, Native issues, subsistence

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Harald Gaski harald.gaski [at]

Faculty of Humanities - Department of Sámi

University of Tromsø

+47-7764-4259 SVHUM A 1023 Tromsø N-9037 Norway Associate Professor

Traditional knowledge (language). Sami studies (Lapland), (circumpolar) storytelling and contemporary literature.

Indigenous peoples, literature, cultural studies

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Anthony Gaston tony.gaston [at]

Migratory Bird Populations

Canadian Wildlife Service

+1-819-997-6121 100 Gamelin Boulevard Hull Quebec K1A 0H3 Canada Research Scientist Emeritus

Studies of arctic marine birds and changes in arctic marine ecosystems.

avian ecology, bird populations, marine ecology

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Lawrence Gatto lgatto [at] N/A

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

603-646-4273 72 Lyme Road Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States Research Scientist

Current projects address soil erosion and bank recession processes in areas affected by seasonal frost, including permafrost areas. Projects specifically address influences of soil freeze-thaw processes.

environmental geology, geomorphology, soil processes

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Gilles Gauthier gilles.gauthier [at]

Department of Biology and Centre for Northern Studies

Université Laval

+1-418-656-5507 1045 avenue de la Medecine Quebec Quebec G1V 0A6 Canada Full professor

Population dynamics of goose and lemming populations. Regulation of tundra food web. Bylot Island ecosystem.

population biology, trophic interactions, plant-herbivore and predator-prey relations, waterfowl, birds of prey, small mammals

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Alexander Gavrilov a.gavrilov [at]

Centre for Marine Science and Technology

Curtin University of Technology

+61-8-9266-4696 GPO Box U1987 Perth 6845 Australia Associate Professor

Remote acoustic observations of large-scale changes in the water temperature and salinity and the ice cover thickness and roughness. The most recent project is Arctic Climate Observation using Underwater Sound.

acoustics, climate change, oceanography

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Maria Gavrilova gavrilova [at]

Permafrost-Landscape Laboratory - Melnikov Permafrost Institute

Russian Academy of Sciences - Siberian Branch

+7-4112-444058 Merzlotnaya Str 1 Yakutsk 677010 Russian Federation Principal Research Associate

Climates of cold regions of the Earth. Heat and water balances of terrestrial surfaces. Heat, water, and temperature regime of ground. Climate and permafrost. Climate change and changes in thermal regime of landscapes, ground, and permafrost. Global warming.


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Birgit Gaye-Haake birgit.gaye [at]

Institute of Biogeochemistry and Marine Chemistry

University of Hamburg

+49-404-2838-7088 Bundesstraße 55 Hamburg D-20146 Germany Scientist

Effect of freshwater and sediment inputs on the biogeochemistry of carbon and silica sedimentation in the Kara Sea. It is a subproject of “Siberian River Run-off” (SIRRO) coordinated by the Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany.

biogeochemistry, climate change, marine geology

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Shari Gearheard sharig [at]

Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES)

National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado Boulder

867-223-2006 PO Box 241 Clyde River Nunavut X0A 0E0 Canada Research Scientist III

Canadian Eastern Arctic. Inuit knowledge of climate and environmental change. Inuit/environment relationships. Linking Inuit and scientific knowledge of environmental change with current focus on winds, sea ice and weather variability

human/environment interaction, Indigenous knowledge, Inuit

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Cathleen Geiger cgeiger [at]


University of Delaware

802-296-7279 125 Academy Street Newark Delaware 19716 United States Research Professor

Spatial aliasing, resolution uncertainty, 3D electromagnetic modeling, persistence

sea ice, air-sea-ice interactions, ice geophysics

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Aslaug Geirsdottir age [at]

Department of Geosciences

University of Iceland

+354-525-4477 Askja, Sturlugata 7 Reykjavik IS-101 Iceland Professor

Glacial geology of Iceland. Holocene record in E-Greenland (Miki Fjord area). Eemian record in E-Greenland (Jameson Land area).

quaternary geology, glacial geology

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Joy Geiselman joy_geiselman [at]

Alaska Biological Research Center

U.S. Geological Survey

907-786-3668 1011 E Tudor Road - MS701 Anchorage Alaska 99503 United States Deputy Director

Glacier Bay ecosystem partnership.

marine ecology, plant/herbivore relations

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Linda Geiser lgeiser [at]

Siuslaw National Forest

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service

541-750-7058 PO Box 1148 Corvallis Oregon 97339 United States Ecologist

Inventory of lichens of southeastern Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve, and the Seward Peninsula. Air quality monitoring on the Tongass National Forest.

lichenology, air pollution, plant ecology

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Charles Geist crgeist [at]

Department of Psychology

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-2633 PO Box 756480 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor of Psychology Emeritus and Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts

psychology, neurobiology, animal behavior

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Harold Geller hgeller [at]

Department of Physics and Astronomy - M/S 3F3

George Mason University

703-993-1276 216 Research Hall Fairfax Virginia 22030 United States Associate Professor

Sea ice remote sensing and geographic information systems.

sea ice remote sensing, information systems/technology

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Mikhail Gelman gelman [at]

North-East Interdisciplinary Scientific Research Institute - Far East Branch

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-4132230160 16 Portovaya Street Magadan 685000 Russian Federation

Magmatism and metamorphism in the Siberian Northeast and Western North America for comparison, and the Chukchi Peninsula in particular.

petrology, geology, mapping

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Laura Gemery lgemery [at]

Eastern Geology Paleoclimate Science Center

703-648-6021 12201 Sunrise Valley Drive MS926A Reston Virginia 20191 United States Ecologist

Current project:
To reconstruct late Quaternary (last 70ky) Eurasian Basin paleoceanography from meiofauna assemblages from several mid-depth cores on the Lomonosov Ridge obtained on the SWERUS-L2 and AOS94 expeditions. Our methods include physical stratigraphy (magnetic susceptibility, bulk density/sediment compaction and p-wave velocity) ostracode and foraminifera paleoecology and AMS 14C geochronology.

The USGS Arctic paleoceanography project uses evidence from marine sediments to reconstruct past environmental conditions in the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas. We utilize biological and geochemical proxy records in sediment cores to reconstruct Arctic sea ice, ocean circulation and climate variability during the Quaternary. For example, faunal changes of ostracode and foraminifera assemblages from dated, downcore sediment cores can be compared to modern ostracode distribution data contained in a 1340 surface sample database (Gemery et al., 2015) to infer benthic habitat changes caused by any number of changes in oceanography.

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Daniel Gendron severian [at]

Department of Archaeology

Avataq Cultural Institute

+1-514-274-1166 6700 Park Avenue Montreal Quebec H2V 4H9 Canada Director, Archaeologist

Nunavik, Nunavut, Canada. Paleo-Eskimo and Neo-Eskimo archaeology. Rock art research.

archaeology, history

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Surkov Gennady ice [at] N/A

Sakhalin Oil and Gas Institute

+7-42437-21187 18 K Marx Street Okha 694460 Russian Federation Ph.D.

Sakhalin shelf.

sea ice, pipelines, engineering

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Patricia Gensel pgensel [at]

Department of Biology

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

919-962-6937 CB# 3280 Chapel Hill North Carolina 27599 United States Professor

Collaborative research on the study of Early Devonian plants from Bathurst Island.

paleobotany, paleontology, palynology

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Laurent Geoffroy laurent.geoffroy [at]

Department of Earth Sciences

Universite du Maine

+33-2-43-83-35-22 Laboratoire de Geodynamique, UFR Sciences Le Mans France

Onshore study of the NAM-Greenland-Eurasia break-up mechanisms Ongoing onshore researches in W-Greenland (Disko-Svartenhuk), E-Greenland (Kangerlussuaq area) and NE-Greenland (National Park area)

geodynamics, tectonophysics

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Susan Georgette susan_georgette [at]

Selawik NWR

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

907-442-3799 PO Box 270 Kotzebue Alaska 99752 United States Refuge Manager

Inupiat subsistence and land use.


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