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William Gould wgould [at]

International Institute of Tropical Forestry

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

787-764-7790 1201 CaCeiballe Rio Piedras Puerto Rico 00926 United States Research Ecologist

Mapping the vegetation of Arctic Canada for the Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map to be completed 2002. Development of field courses integrating Indigenous Ecological Knowledge, ongoing ecological field research, and undergraduate field ecology. Investigating patterns and controls of arctic biodiversity at multiple scales. Investigating climate-related vegetation change in arctic vegetation.

vegetation ecology, biodiversity, education

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Patrick Gould patrick_gould [at]

Alaska Science Center - Biological Resources Division

U.S. Geological Survey

907-786-3382 1011 East Tudor Road Anchorage Alaska 99503 United States Biologist

Assessment of marine bird bycatch in Alaskan fisheries.

ornithology, fisheries management, seabirds

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Robert Gowan bob.gowan [at]

Land and Water Management

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

+1-819-994-7464 10D13 - 15/25 Eddy Gatineau Quebec J9H 3W7 Canada

Inventory and management of granular (aggregate) resources in Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Canada's northern offshore areas; terrain analysis.

land use planning, engineering geology, geomorphology

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Bente Jessen Graae bente.j.graae [at]

Arctic Station Qeqertarsuaq

University of Copenhagen

+47-7359-6033 Realfagbygget, DU2-127 Trondheim 7034 Norway Professor

Landscape ecology. Long distance seed dispersal, which seed dispersal vectors are most efficient in long distance dispersal. Endozoochory by arctic fox. Seed dispersal by wind, water, snow, and on ice. Abilitites of plant species to move distribution following climate changes. Revegetation.

plant ecology, climate change, paleoecology

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Wolfgang Grabs grabs_w [at]

Global Runoff Data Centre (GRDC) - World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

Federal Institute of Hydrology

+41-22-7308-8358 Kaiserin-Augusta-Anlagen 15-17 Koblenz D-56068 Germany

Assembly of an arctic river runoff database for the project: Arctic Climate System Study (ACSYS). Computation of surface water fluxes into the Arctic Ocean.


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Nelson Graburn graburn [at]

Hearst Museum of Anthropology - Department of Anthropology

University of California

510-642-2120 Berkeley California 94720 United States Professor Emeritus

Native arts. Museums. Arctic tourism. Ethnic politics.

anthropology, museum studies, art

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Edmund Grace ngrace [at]

Geography Department

University of Delaware

302-831-6370 216 Pearson Hall Newark Delaware 19716 United States Ph.D. Student

Climate sensitivity of permafrost. Historical glacier reconstruction. Basal stress in glacier modeling

glaciology, permafrost, climate change

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Rolf Gradinger rolf.gradinger [at] N/A

Institute of  Marine Research

+47-7764-4514 Postboks 6050 Langnes Tromsø 9037 Norway Professor

Specializes in the dynamics of microbial communities in polar seas. Recent work deals with the structuring role of sea ice for biological processes in arctic waters.

sea ice biota, phytoplankton, biological oceanography

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Rolf Gradinger rolf.gradinger [at] N/A

Institute of  Marine Research

+47-7764-4514 Postboks 6050 Langnes Tromsø 9037 Norway Professor

Specializes in the dynamics of microbial communities in polar seas. Recent work deals with the structuring role of sea ice for biological processes in arctic waters.

sea ice biota, phytoplankton, biological oceanography

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Martin Graeve martin.graeve [at]

Department of Marine Chemistry and Natural Products

Alfred Wegener Institute

+49-471-4831-1427 Am Handelshafen 12 Bremerhaven D-27570 Germany Head of Marine Chemistry WG, Data Scientist

Structure and function of lipids of Arctic marine organisms.

marine chemistry, stable isotopes, food science

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Ola Graff ola.graff [at]

University Museum of Tromsø

University of Tromsø

+47-7764-5042 TMU A 215 Tromsø N-9037 Norway Professor

Sami traditional music culture.

Sami, ethnomusicology

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Amanda Graham agraham [at]

Liberal Arts

Yukon College

+1-867-668-8773 PO Box 2799 Whitehorse Yukon Territory Y1A 5K4 Canada Coordinator/Instructor

Cultural relations. Perceptions of the north.

history, Native issues

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Katherine Graham katherine.graham [at]

Faculty of Public Affairs and Management

Carleton University

+1-613-520-2600 1125 Colonel By Drive Ottawa Ontario K1S 5B6 Canada Professor Emerita

Development of the Government of Nunavut. Human capital development in Northern Russia.

public policy, Native governments

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Veronika Grahammer 100275.1130 [at]

Archives Department

State Museum of Anthropology

+49-89-2101-360 Maximilianstrasse 42 München D-80538 Germany Museums Researcher, M.A.

Inupiaq Eskimo games. Contemporary art. Material culture, socialization, education, and art of Inupiat, Yup’ik, and Chukchi.

Inuit culture, art, ethnology

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James Grand barry_grand [at]

Alaska Science Center - Biological Resources Division

U.S. Geological Survey

907-786-3516 1011 E Tudor Rd Anchorage Alaska 99503 United States

Population dynamics, survival, productivity, and habitats of arctic breeding waterfowl (spectacled eiders, northern pintails, greater scaup, lesser scaup, oldsquaw, common eiders) on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and Yukon Flats, Alaska.

waterfowl, avian ecology, population ecology

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Raoul Granger raoul.granger [at]

Aquatic Ecosystem Impacts Research Branch

National Water Research Institute National Hydrology Research Centre

+1-306-975-5758 11 Innovation Blvd Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7N 3H5 Canada Research Scientist

Development of Canadian hydrologic model for land use impacts assessment; development of remote sensing techniques for estimating evapotranspiration and lake evaporation; effects of slopes on atmospheric exchanges of water vapour


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Amanda Grannas amanda.grannas [at]

Department of Chemistry

Villanova University

610-519-4881 800 Lancaster Avenue Villanova Pennsylvania 19085 United States Professor, Associate Vice Provost for Research

snow photochemistry, organic pollutant cycling, air/ice chemical interactions, Arctic sediment chemistry, sediment redox chemistry

atmospheric chemistry, biogeochemistry, ice chemistry

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Mats Granskog mats.granskog [at]

Centre for Ice, Climate and Ecosystems

Norwegian Polar Institute

+47-77-75-05-58 Polar Environmental Centre Tromsø 9296 Norway Research Scientist

chemical oceanography oceanography -Sea ice optics and biogeochemistry -Sea ice and snow thickness -Freshwater (runoff and ice melt) in polar marine waters

sea ice, marine chemistry, sea ice optics

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Steven Grant sgrant [at] N/A

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

603-646-4446 72 Lyme Road Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States Research Scientist

Chemical thermodynamics of aqueous electrolyte solutions at sub-zero temperatures. Effects of temperature, composition and freezing on capillary pressures of liquids in porous media.

soil science, geochemistry, environmental assessment

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Bruce Grant bruce.grant [at]

Department of Anthropology

Swarthmore College

212-998-3810 25 Waverly Place New York New York 10003 United States Acting Director, Center for Experimental Humanities

Politics of history and indigenism in the Russian Far East.


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Shelagh Grant shelagh.grant [at]

Canadian Studies

Trent University

+1-705-745-2843 581 Weller Street Peterborough Ontario K9H 2N9 Canada Adjunct Professor

Currently completing a book on the history of Arctic Sovreignty in North America (Alaska, Greenland, and the Canadian Arctic) 3000 BCE-present. Related to the book, I have been researching the global warming trend as it affects the Arctic in comparison to previous climate changes as well as the history of Palaeo-Eskimo and Thule migrations, their struggle for self-government, the evolution of international law (especially law of the sea) and circumpolar countries' Arctic policies.

Inuit, history, arctic policy

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Arthur Grantz agrantz [at] N/A

Arthur Grantz, Consulting Geologist

650-329-5709 930 Van Auken Circle Palo Alto California 94303 United States Geologist

-Sedimentary basins of the Arctic region -Geologic framework and tectonic development of the Amerasia Basin, Arctic Ocean

geology, marine geology, marine geophysics

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Stephen Grasby steve.grasby [at]

Department of Energy and Environment - Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

403-292-7111 3303 33rd Street NW Calgary Alberta T2L 2A7 Canada Research Scientist

Chemostratigraphy of the Permian/Triassic Boundary in the Sverdrup Basin. Subglacial sulphur springs.


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Yves Gratton yves.gratton [at]

Eau, Terre et Environnement

Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique

+1-418-654-3764 490 rue de la Couronne Quebec Quebec G1K 9A9 Canada Honorary Professor

Concentrating on the physical oceanography of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. In charge of the ocean physics study for the ArcticNet network and the Circumpolar Flaw Lead Study.

physical oceanography, fjord/shelf oceanography, ocean circulation

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Allison Graves Gaylord nunatech [at] N/A

Nuna Technologies

907-399-1120 920 Willow Drive Homer Alaska 99603 United States Principal

I have participated in coastal change and sea ice research around Utqiaġvik (formerly known as Barrow), Alaska. In addition, I am a collaborator on the following data management and science planning tools: Arctic Research Mapping Application (; Arctic Observing Viewer (arcticobservingviewer,org) and the Barrow Area Information Database (

geographic information systems

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