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John Halpenny john.halpenny [at] nrcan.gc.ca

Geomatics Canada

Natural Resources Canada

613-996-9321 615 Booth Street Room 498H Ottawa Ontario K1A 0Y3 Canada Gravity Researcher

Arctic airborne gravity techniques and applications.

geodesy, geophysics

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Joel Halpern jmhalpern [at] anthro.umass.edu

Anthropology Department

University of Massachusetts at Amherst

413-549-0309 580 Market Hill Road Amherst Massachusetts 01002 United States Professor Emeritus

Contemporary problems of cultural adaptation in the Canadian Arctic. Arctic Bibliography. Inuit autobiographies and using temporal perspectives as analytical tools in dealing with cutlural process among the Inuit. Worked in the Canadian Arctic and Alaska and traveled in Norway and the former USSR.

cultural anthropology, history, demography

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Claudia Halsband claudia.halsband [at] akvaplan.niva.no

Arctic R&D

+47-7702-5670 Hjalmar Johansens Gate 14 Tromsø 9007 Norway Senior Scientist

marine zooplankton, microplastics, OA

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Svein Tore Halvorsen sth [at] md.dep.no

Department for International Cooperation - Climate and Polar Affairs

Ministry of Environment

+47-2224-5965 PO Box 8013 Dep Oslo N-0030 Norway Adviser

Arctic environmental and research policy.

ecology, population ecology, environmental contaminants

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Heikki Hamalainen heikki.hamalainen [at] joensuu.fi

Karelian Institute

University of Joensuu

+358-13251-3449 Department of Ecology Joensuu FIN-80101 Finland Researcher

Stream water acidification and its effects on benthic invertebrates in northern Europe, including arctic areas.

benthic ecology, environmental monitoring, stream ecology

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Michael Hambrey mjh [at] aber.ac.uk

Centre for Glaciology

University of Wales

+44-1970-621860 Office: J11, Llandinam Building Ceredigion SY23 3FL United Kingdom Professor Emeritus

Dynamics and structure of Svalbard glaciers. Debris transport and deposition by Svalbard glaciers. Arctic landforms. Precambrian glacial geology of the Arctic/North Atlantic region.

glaciology, glacial geology

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M. Jawed Hameedi jawed.hameedi [at] noaa.gov

Office of Ocean Resources Conservation and Assessment (N/ORCA2)

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

301-713-3034 1305 East-West Highway Silver Spring Maryland 20910 United States

Monitoring and assessment of environmental contamination and biological effects of contaminants. Radionuclide Contamination -- US Arctic environment and biota. Petroleum Pollution -- a circum-arctic assessment. Organochlorine and toxic metal contamination -- US Arctic and Russian Far East.

marine science, pollution, biological oceanography

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Thomas Hamilton thamilto [at] usgs.gov

Branch of Alaskan Geology

U.S. Geological Survey

907-786-7451 4200 University Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Scientist Emeritus

Dating and correlation of Brooks Range glacial record, northern Alaska. Stratigraphy and paleoecology of middle and late pleistocene glacial lakes in Noatak Valley, NW Alaska. Geology and archeolog9 of limestone caves in SE Alaska.

archaeology, glacial geology, periglacial environment

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Lawrence Hamilton lawrence.hamilton [at] unh.edu

Sociology Department

University of New Hampshire

603-862-1859 345D McConnell Hall Durham 03824 United States Professor

Sociology -Migration and demographic change in the circumpolar north -Arctic social indicators -Interdependence among communitites -Climate and resources -Survey research on environmental and climate topics

human/environment interaction, survey research, data processing/analysis

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Paul Hamilton phamilton [at] mus-nature.ca

Research Division

Canadian Museum of Nature

613-566-4213 PO Box 3443 Station D Ottawa Ontario K1P 6P4 Canada Senior Research Assistant

Paleolimnology and paleoclimate reconstructions. Development of Arctic algal flora catalogue. Biodiversity and climate changes in relation to latitudinal changes.

algae, water quality, paleolimnology

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Michael Hammer mfh [at] email.arizona.edu

Department of Ecology and Environmental Biology

University of Arizona

520-626-0404 Keating Building 111 Tucson Arizona 85721 United States Research Scientist

Population genetics of Y chromosome in Native peoples of Siberia and America.

genetics, evolution, anthropology

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Michael Hammill mike.hammill [at] dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Maurice Lamontagne Institute

Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada

+1-418-775-0580 850 de la Mer Road - PO Box 1000 Mont-Joli Quebec G5H 3Z4 Canada

I am interested in beluga and seals in Arctic regions. I am currently involved in management issues dealing with beluga in northern Quebec waters. Associated research includes aerial survey, satellite telemetry and stock identification.

ecology, seals, beluga whales

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Walter Hancock whancock [at] huskers.unl.edu N/A 402-310-0174 5504 SW 126th Street Denton Nebraska 68339 United States electronics supervisor

Power, control and data collection systems for the ice coring drill used for the GISPII project in Greenland and the McMurdo Dome/Taylor Dome project in Antarctica-design, construction, operation. Instrumentation for the NASA thermal probe project in Greenland. Instrumentation for the NSF AMANDA project at South Pole Station, Antarctica.

electronics, instrumentation, physics

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Raymond Hander ray_hander [at] fws.gov N/A

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

907-456-0402 101 12th Avenue, Room 110 Fairbanks Alaska 99701 United States Fishery Biologist

Project: Estimating freshwater survival and environmental influences on the survival of several Yukon River chum salmon stocks. Two intensive study sites: Chena River, Hodgin’s Slough (28.6 mile Chena Hot Springs Road, Fairbanks, AK) and Tanana River, Bluff Cabin Slough (11 river miles upstream of the confluence of the Tanana and Delta Rivers, Alaska). Examining environmental factors and the influence they may have on developing chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) survival in freshwater life stages.

fisheries, salmon, habitat selection

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W. Penn Handwerker handwerker [at] uconn.edu

Department of Anthropology and Community Medicine

University of Connecticut

860-428-3302 354 Mansfield Road Storrs Connecticut 06269 United States

Social Transition in the North: Joint Russian-American project studying demographic transition, epidemiological transition, and the health implications of social, cultural, and ecological change over the last 50 years. Field sites in NW Alaska and the Aleutians, and in Chukotka and Kamchatka in the Russian Far East. Social, cultural, and evolutionary theory multi-method, multi-site research methodologies power and resource access gender and generational relations.

anthropology, Alaska/Russian relations, population ecology

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Dieter Hanelt dieter.hanelt [at] uni-hamburg.de

Department of Marine Botany - Biological Institute Helgoland

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-40-42816-372 Institute of Plant Sciences and Microbiology Hamburg D-22609 Germany Professor

Photobiology. UV effects on marine organisms due to ozone depletion.

marine biology

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John Hanesiak johnhanesiak [at] gmail.com

Clayton H. Ridell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources

Centre of Earth Observation Science

204-474-7049 468 Wallace Building Winnipeg R3T 2N2 United States Professor

Precipitation from Elevated Convection at Night, UNSTABLE

meteorology, meteorological instrumentation

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Catherine Hanks chanks [at] gi.alaska.edu

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-5562 PO Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor Emeritus

Distribution and character of fractures in the Lisburne group, Northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska. Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and geologic reconnaissance in arctic regions. Geological evolution of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).

plate tectonics, structural geology, geology

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Catherine Hanks clhanks [at] alaska.edu

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-5562 PO Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor Emeritus

Distribution and character of fractures in the Lisburne group, Northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska. Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and geologic reconnaissance in arctic regions. Geological evolution of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).

plate tectonics, structural geology, geology

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Virgene Hanna mhanna7 [at] alaska.edu

Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER)

University of Alaska Anchorage

907-786-5431 3211 Providence Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Senior Researcher

Surveys of quota share holders and buyers of halibut and sablefish. Census database: 1970, 1980, 1990.

survey research

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Cecile Hannay hannay [at] ucar.edu

Frontier Research System for Global Change - IARC

University of Alaska Fairbanks

303-497-1327 Postal Mail: AMP/CGD Boulder Colorado 80307 United States Associate Scientist

atmospheric sciences, climate modeling

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Chris Hannibal-Paci drcpaci [at] yahoo.com N/A

Deep Consulting

867-766-2893 301, 4215-51st Street Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 1S9 Canada Manager

traditional knowledge and wisdom, sustainable development, resource management

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James Hannigan jamesw [at] ucar.edu

Atmospheric Chemistry, Observations and Modeling

National Center for Atmospheric Research

303-497-1853 PO Box 3000 Boulder Colorado 80303 United States Project Scientist

Remote sensing of trace gases in the troposphere/stratosphere. Trends in concentrations of stratospheric trace gases. Network for the Detection for Atmospheric Composition Change (NDACC)

atmospheric chemistry, remote sensing, trace gases

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Peter Hannigan peter.hannigan [at] canada.ca

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

+1-403-292-7167 3303 33rd Street NW Calgary Alberta T2L 2A7 Canada Petroleum Geologist

Oil and gas resource assessment of frontier offshore basins in Canada.

geology, energy resources

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Dennis Hansell dhansell [at] rsmas.miami.edu

Ocean Sciences

University of Miami

305-421-4078 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami Florida 33149 United States Professor

Biogeochemical cycling of carbon and nitrogen.

chemical oceanography, biogeochemistry, biological oceanography

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