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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Jeremiah Junken jeremiah [at]

Software Research and Development

Talisien Digital Research

812-323-9473 425 East Kirkwood Bloomington Indiana 47408 United States

Ice flow and transportation.


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Kim Juniper kjuniper [at]

GEOTOP Research Centre

Universite du Quebec at Montreal

+1-250-721-7209 PO Box 8888 Montreal Quebec H3C 3P8 Canada Chief Scientist, Executive

Bioturbation. Polynyas. Deep-water benthic ecology.

biogeochemistry, benthic oceanography, microbiology

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Karen Junge kjunge [at]

School of Oceanography

University of Washington

206-543-8938 Box 355640 Seattle Washington 98105 United States Senior Oceanographer

Microbial communities in sea ice: activity of microorganisms, abundances of microorganisms, diversity of microorganism in arctic sea ice.

microbiology, oceanography, ice

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Pirjo Jukarainen pirjo.jukarainen [at]

Tampere Peace Research Institute (TAPRI)

University of Tampere

+358-40-584-2548 TAPRI, Department of Social Sciences and Humanities Tampere FIN-33014 Finland Researcher

Research on youth of northern borderlands. Young peoples geopolitics and identity politics, their attitudes to the society and people on other side of the border. International Border Researchers’ network building project.

sociology, political science, geography

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René Juhler rkj [at]

Department of Geochemistry

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

+45-3814-2000 Thoravej 8 Cophenhagen NV DK-2400 Denmark Science & Compliance Chemist

Paleopigment and climate change. Analysis of plant pigment from algae and bacteria in sediment cores sampled in arctic lakes in Greenland.

plant pigments, environmental chemistry, paleoecology

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Glenn Juday gjuday [at]

Department of Forest Sciences

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6717 PO Box 757200 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor Emeritus

Response of high-latitude forests to climate change. Treeline dynamics in Alaska. Alaska climate history. Environmental factors controlling forest growth in Alaska. Response of species diversity to forest management and climate change. Modeling of boreal forest disturbance and regrowth.

forest ecology, climate change, biodiversity

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Lis Jørgensen lis.lindal.joergensen [at]

Ecosystem processes

Institute of Marine Research

+47-971-8555-6 Sykehusveien 23 Tromsø Troms N-9294 Norway Seniour Scientist

Arctic benthic mega- and macrofaunal associations in the Barents Sea and Russian Kara Sea, and along the coast and in fiords of Northern Norway and West Svalbard. Effects on benthos from climate change, bottomtrawling, new predatory species. The use of benthos in management.

marine biology, benthic ecology, environmental studies, long term monitoring, ecosystem based management

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Marko Jouste marko.jouste [at]

Department of Folk Tradition

University of Tampere

+358-29-4483491 PO Box 8000 Tampere FI-90014 Finland University Lecturer

Traditional Sámi yoik (Yoik is the oldest still living tradition of primitive chanting in Europe).

ethnomusicology, ethnohistory, cultural anthropology

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John Joseph jejoseph [at]

300 Department

Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center

831-656-7994 Mail Code: OC Monterey California 93943 United States Research Assistant Professor

meteorology, oceanography

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Heiner Josenhans josenhan [at]

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

902-426-8326 Box 1006 Dartmouth Nova Scotia B2Y 4A2 Canada Marine Geologist

Sea level changes and archaeology on the continental shelf of northern British Columbia and Southern Alaska.

marine geology, mapping, archaeology

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Terje Domaas Josefsen terje.d.josefsen [at] N/A

National Veterinary Institute - Norway

+47-75-51-74-39 Hoved Campus Bodø NO-2079 Norway Senior Researcher

Pathological, parasitological and bacteriological diagnostics of all domstic and wild animals in the local area, but with main emphasis on sheep, goat and reindeer. Special field of interest: Diseases of reindeer.

pathology, veterinary medicine, reindeer

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Edward Josberger ejosberg [at]

Washington Water Scinece Center

U.S. Geological Survey

253-428-3600 1201 Pacific Avenue Suite 600 Tacoma Washington 98402 United States

Passive microwave remote sensing of snow and glacier mass balance - climate change relationships.

glaciology, snow physics, remote sensing

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Janet Jorgenson jorgenson [at]

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

907-456-0216 101 12th Avenue Fairbanks Alaska 99701 United States Botanist

vegetation monitoring, disturbance ecology, tundra ecology

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Mark Jorgenson jorgenson [at] N/A

Alaska Ecoscience

907-455-6374 2332 Cordes Way Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States

Geomorphology of the Colville Delta . Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta ecosystem response to climate change. Land rehabilitation after oil development. Ecological land classification for Colville Delta. Ecological land classification for Ft. Wainwright. Ecological land classification for Ft. Greely. Bioremediation after arctic oil spills.

plant ecology, geomorphology, revegetation

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Mark Jorgenson ecoscience [at] N/A

Alaska Ecoscience

907-455-6374 2332 Cordes Way Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States

Geomorphology of the Colville Delta . Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta ecosystem response to climate change. Land rehabilitation after oil development. Ecological land classification for Colville Delta. Ecological land classification for Ft. Wainwright. Ecological land classification for Ft. Greely. Bioremediation after arctic oil spills.

plant ecology, geomorphology, revegetation

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Even Jorgensen even.jorgensen [at]

Department of Arctic Ecology

Norwegian Institute for Nature Research

+47-7764-6791 AAB 3.121 Tromsø N-9037 Norway Professor

Dynamics and toxicity of persistent organic pollutants in relation to arctic ecophysiology (seasonal regulation of appetite, growth, lipid turnover, migration, sexual maturation, etc.) of fish.

animal physiology, nutritional adaptation, toxicology

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Rachel Jordan rjordan [at] N/A

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

603-646-4298 72 Lyme Road Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States

Energy balance modeling and meltwater prediction over glaciers.

snow modeling, snow physics, snow hydrology

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James Jordan jjordan [at]

Department of Environmental Studies

Antioch New England Graduate School

603-283-2339 40 Avon Street Keene New Hampshire 03431 United States Director of Field Studies Program, Environmental Studies

Coastal geomorphology and late Quaternary sea level history . Late quaternary landscape evolution and climate change. Northwest Alaska: Bering Strait to Barrow. Southwest Alaska: Alaska Peninsula, eastern Aleutian Islands.

geomorphology, quaternary geology

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Trausti Jonsson trausti [at]

Department of Research Processing

Icelandic Meteorological Office

+354-522-6000 Bustadavegur 9 Reykjavik 108 Iceland Climatologist

Instrumental meteorological observations during the last 250 years. Dynamical climatology.

meteorology, climatology, climate change

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Steingrimur Jonsson steing [at]

University of Akureyri

Marine Research Institute Akureyri

+354-460-8972 Borgir við Norðurslóð, 2.h. Akureyri IS-600 Iceland Professor


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Ingibjörg Jónsdóttir isj [at]

School of Engineering and Natural Sciences - Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences

University of Iceland

+354-525-4333 Askja, Sturlugotu 7 Reykjavik IS-101 Iceland Professor of Ecology

-plant-herbivore interactions -effects of climate and land use change on tundra ecosystems

plant ecology, population biology, bryophyte-vascular plant interactions, terrestrial ecology, plant-herbivore interactions

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E. Peter Jones jonesp [at]

Ocean Sciences Division

Bedford Institute of Oceanography

+1-902-426-3869 PO Box 1006 Dartmouth Nova Scotia B2Y 4A2 Canada

Using chemical tracers (CFCs, nutrients, alkalinity, carbonate) to determine circulation, freshwater, and carbon budgets in the Arctic Ocean and to determine the role of the Arctic Ocean in global climate and climate change.

oceanography, ocean circulation, marine geochemistry

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Kathleen Jones kathleen.f.jones [at]

Terrestrial and Cryospheric Sciences Branch

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

603-646-4417 72 Lyme Road Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States Research Scientist

Ice accretion on structures in freezing rain storms; in cloud icing; liquid water content of clouds forced over higher terrain; association between weather at elevation during icing events and at airport weather stations; sea spray icing on fixed offshore structures; extreme value analysis; galloping; ice load standards

icing, icing meteorology

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Michael Jones jonesmh [at]

Department of Biology

Kenyon College

740-427-5393 Gambier Ohio 43022 United States Associate Director

Meta-analyses of vegetation response to CO2. Tundra responses to global change, species-level to ecosystems, including trace gas fluxes. International Tundra Experiment (ITEX)

ecology, ecophysiology, stable isotopes

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Michael Jones mjones [at]

Department of History

Bates College

207-786-6072 Pettengill Hall, Room 102 Lewiston Maine 04240 United States Professor

Impact of environmental changes on the society and economy of late Antiquity. Matching the proxy record of climate change from Greenland Ice Core with historical textural evidence for famine in the period 300-700CE.

history, ethnohistory, fisheries

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