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Todd Hinkley thinkley [at]

National Ice Core Lab

U.S. Geological Survey

303-236-1427 975 USGS Denver Colorado 80225 United States Scientist Emeritus

Using the ice core record to establish the modern and pre-industrial levels of poisonous and nutrient metals in the environment

ice chemistry, climate change, trace metals

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Dennis Hinnah dennis.hinnah [at]

Minerals Management Service

U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI)

907-334-5310 3801 Centerpoint Drive Anchorage Alaska 99503 United States Petroleum Engineer

petroleum engineering, pipelines, offshore development

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Maria Hinnerson Berglund

Archaeological Institution

University of Gothenburg

+299-320353 Tupaarnat 11 Nuussuaq DK-3905 Greenland Fil. Kand.

Mobility and esthetics - paleo-Eskimo-syle in Greenland. Pre-Christian graves on the west coast of Greenland.

paleo-Eskimo, archaeology

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Virginia Hinshaw vhinshaw [at]

Offices of the Chancellor & Provost

University of California, Davis

808-692-1215 John A. Burns School of Medicine Honolulu Hawaii 96813 United States Chancellor Emeritus, Professor

virology, microbiology, ecology

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Larry Hinzman ldhinzman [at]

Vice Chancellor for Research

IASC: International Arctic Science Committee / UAF: University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6000 PO Box 757270 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Vice Chancellor for Research

Development of spatially distributed hydrologic and thermal models. Satellite remote sensing of soil moisture. Contaminant transport in groundwater.

hydrology, soil science, groundwater

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David Hirschberg david.hirschberg [at]

Marine Sciences Research Center

State University of New York

516-632-8744 CH147 Stony Brook New York 11794 United States Senior Research Scientist

International Northwater Project.

chemical oceanography, radiochemistry

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Diane Hirshberg dbhirshberg [at]

Institute of Social and Economic Research

University of Alaska Southeast Juneau campus

907-786-5413 3211 Providence Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Professor of Education Policy

Cost of teacher turnover in Alaska
Arctic Youth Indicators

indigenous education
circumpolar education

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Masataka Hishida hishidam [at]

Frontier Observational Research System for Global Change (FORSGC)

Japan Marine Science and Technology Center (JAMSTEC)

+81-3-5404-7852 Sumitomo Hamamatsucho Building 4F Tokyo 105-0013 Japan Adviser for FORSGC of JAMSTEC

SST change and hydrological cycle in the Arctic Ocean. Glacier ice movement and ice melt in the cryosphere.

marine chemistry, oceanography, global change

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Ngoc Hoang hoang [at] N/A

NAL Research Corporation

703-392-5676 9300 West Courthouse Road Manassas Virginia 20110 United States President

Sensors. Communications.


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John Hobbie jhobbie [at]

Ecosystems Center

Marine Biological Lab

508-289-7470 7 MBL Street Woods Hole Massachusetts 02543 United States Distinguished Scientist and Senior Scholar

Arctic LTER. ARCSS-LAII-Flux Study.

aquatic ecology, biogeochemistry, microbiology

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Sarah Hobbie shobbie [at]

Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior

University of Minnesota

612-625-6269 1987 Upper Buford Circle St. Paul Minnesota 55108 United States Professor

1. The influence of changes in atmospheric composition and climate on ecosystem processes; 2. The effects of urbanization and suburbanization on biogeochemical cycles, and; 3. The influence of plant species on biogeochemical processes.

ecosystem science, plant ecology, decomposition

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Eric Hoberg eric.hoberg [at]

Biosystematics and National Parasite Collection Unit

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Research Service

301-504-8588 BARC East No 1180 Beltsville Maryland 20705 United States Research Zoologist, Chief Curator

Caribou. Dall sheep. Evolution. Muskoxen. Global change. Animal health. Systematics, biogeography, coevolution, and biodiversity of host-parasite systems in Holarctic ruminants; structure and history of the holarctic fauna. Beringian historical biogeography focusing on mammals and parasites in terrestrial and marine systems (The Beringian Coevolution Project). Impact of global change (climatological and anthropogenic) on distribution, host associations, and emergence of parasites and pathogens in arctic ruminants. Specific projects on biodiversity of parasites in barren-ground and woodland caribou, Dall sheep, and muskoxen.

biosystematics, parasitology, biogeography

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Barry Hochstein barry.hochstein [at]

Training Division

Inuvialuit Environmental and Geotechnical Inc

+1-403-291-0777 1338R-32nd Avenue NE Calgary Alberta T2E 6T6 Canada Manager

Traditional Land-Use and Occupancy Studies. Aboriginal Constitutional Law. Northern and Native Strategic Planning. Northern and Native Oil and Gas Training Programs. Northern and Native Genealogical Studies.

Native issues, Native rights, natural resources management

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Steve Hodge smhodge [at]

Water Resources Division

U.S. Geological Survey

206-593-6516 c/o University of Puget Sound Tacoma Washington 98416 United States

Glacier mass balances and relationship to Pacific Hemisphere climate.

glaciology, geophysics, global change

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Kip Hodges kvhodges [at]

Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

480-965-5331 School of Earth and Space Exploration Tempe Arizona 85287 United States Professor

Tectonic evolution of the East Greenland Caledonides, 72 degrees N.

tectonophysics, structural geology, geochronology

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Richard Hodgkins r.hodgkins [at]

Department of Geography

Royal Holloway University of London

+44-1509-222753 Room E.1.21 Leicestershire LE11 3TU United Kingdom Senior Lecturer

Glaciology and glacier and snow hydrology in high latitudes. Response of arctic glaciers to meteorological forcing (melt season to multi-decadal time scales). Hydrometeorology of glacierized catchments. Locations in Svalbard (Norway) and Iceland.

glaciology, hydrology, snow

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Andrew Hodson a.j.hodson [at]

Department of Geography

University of Sheffield

+44-114-222-7950 Room: A 207 Sheffield S10 2TN United Kingdom Professor

Bi-polar studies of glacial nutrient dynamics (Svalbard and the maritime Antarctic), geochemical weathering, water balance of Svalbard glaciers

aquatic chemistry, hydrology, glaciology

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Alf Hakon Hoel alf.hakon.hoel [at]

Norwegian College of Fishery Science

University of Tromsø

+47-7764-5542 Tromsø N-9037 Norway Professor

Development of international biodiversity regime, international marine resource management.

international relations, fisheries

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Jens Hoelemann jens.hoelemann [at]

Department of Marine Geochemistry

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-471-4831-1983 Klußmannstr. 3d Bremerhaven 27570 Germany

Siberian Shelf Seas, Shallow water moorings; Russian-German Laptev Sea Project, NABOS, Otto Schmidt Laboratory

marine geology, marine geochemistry, oceanography

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Brian Hoffman bhoffman [at]


Hamline University

651-523-2891 1536 Hewitt Avenue St. Paul Minnesota 55104 United States Associate Professor

Aleutian region. Household archaeology. Hunter-gatherer complexity. Precontact use of salmon.

archaeology, human settlements, social change

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Edward Hogg thogg [at]

Natural Resources Canada-Northern Forestry Center

Canadian Federal Government

+1-780-435-7225 5320-122 Street Edmonton Alberta T6H 3S5 Canada Research Scientist

Primary research interest is in understanding how climate change and variability affects regeneration, productivity, and distribution of boreal tree species in the western Canadian interior. CIPHA (Climate Change Impacts on Productivity and Health of Aspen). BERMS (Boreal Ecosystem Research and Monitoring Sites).

climate change, boreal forests, dendrochronology

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Esa Hohtola esa.hohtola [at]

Genetics and Ecology

University of Oulu

+358-8-553-1061 PO Box 3000 Oulu FIN-90014 Finland Professor of animal physiology, emeritus


animal physiology, energetics, thermal physiology, avian physiology, thermogenesis, metabolic rate, indirect calorimetry, shivering, electromyography

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Rebecca Holberton rebecca.holberton [at]

Department of Biological Sciences

University of Maine

207-581-2526 Murray Hall Orono Maine 04469 United States Professor

Focusing on ecological, behavioral, and physiological constraints on reproduction and migration in arctic-breeding birds. Environmental physiology.

avian biology, bird migration, endocrinology

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Gwen Holdmann gwen.holdmann [at]

Alaska Center for Energy and Power

907-474-5402 PO Box 755910 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Director for Alaska Center for Energy and Power

Gwen is the Director of the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP), which is an applied energy research program based at the University of Alaska Fairbanks focusing on both fossil and renewable/alternative energy technologies. ACEP is a highly interdisciplinary program with over 30 affiliated faculty spanning a wide range of energy-related disciplines.

Prior to joining the University of Alaska, Gwen served as the Vice President of New Development at Chena Hot Springs Resort near Fairbanks. While at Chena, Gwen oversaw the construction of the first geothermal power plant in the state, in addition to numerous other innovative energy projects ranging from hydrogen production to cooling a 10,000ft2 ice museum year-round using 150°F hot water.

Gwen moved to Alaska in 1994, shortly after graduating from Bradley University with a degree in Physics and Mechanical Engineering. Gwen is the mother of three children – Leif, Marais, and Lael. She is married to Iditarod and Yukon Quest musher Ken Anderson, and the couple maintain a kennel of about 50 dogs outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. They live off grid in a house they built themselves, and generate their own power through a combination of solar PV, wind, and diesel generator.

Gwen has been the recipient of several awards throughout her career, including an R&D 100 award, Project of the Year from Power Engineering Magazine, the Alaska Top 40 Under 40 Award.

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Gerald Holdsworth gholdswo [at]

Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

University of Calgary

403-220-4047 2500 University Drive Calgary Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada Research Associate

High-altitude ice-core research. Stable isotope field in polar front cyclones and effects of climate change.

glaciology, atmospheric sciences, paleoclimatology

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