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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Sharon Kenny kenny.sharon [at] epa.gov N/A 215-200-5159 1650 Arch Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19103 United States Environmental Engineer View Full Profile
Ron Kent ron [at] fsc.ca

Environmental Engineering

Ferguson Simek Clark Engineers and Architects

+1-867-920-2882 4910 53rd Street Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 2P4 Canada Head

Environmental and civil engineering.

wastewater management, environmental engineering

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Neil Kent nk10003 [at] cam.ac.uk

Scott Polar Research Institute

University of Cambridge

Scott Polar Research Institute Cambridge CB2 1ER United Kingdom

Arctic and Nordic social and cultural history, including art and architectural history, with respect to Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Greenland, and the Arctic islands belonging to the Nordic countries.

art, architecture

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James Kenworthy jamiek [at] astf.com N/A

Alaska Science and Technology Foundation

907-272-4333 4500 Diplomacy Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States

Funding knowledge and technology projects which promise direct benifits to Alaskans.

Alaska public policy, arctic science policy

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Neil Kenyon n.kenyon [at] soc.soton.ac.uk

Challenger Division

Southampton Oceanography Centre

+44-170-359-6570 Empire Dock Southampton SO14 3ZH United Kingdom Consultant Geologist

Sedimentary processes east of Greenland and west of Norway and Svalbard.

marine geology, marine sedimentology, marine geophysics

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Raymond Kepner, Jr. ray.kepner [at] marist.edu

Department of Biology

Marist College

845-575-3000 3399 North Road Poughkeepsie New York 12601 United States Associate Professor

aquatic ecology, aquatic microbiology, limnology

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Stefan Kern stefan.kern [at] uni-hamburg.de

Integrated Climate Date Centre (ICDC)

Center of Marine and Atmospheric Research, University of Hamburg

+49-40428382415 Grindelberg 5 Hamburg 20144 Germany Senior Reseacher / Service Employee

Quality assessment of Earth Observation products, primarily from remote sensing and primarily for sea ice and snow; Bi-polar active and passive microwave/infrared remote sensing of sea ice cover, type, and thickness, with particular emphasis on polynyas, leads and thin ice, for a better understanding of ocean-ice-atmosphere interaction; quality assessment of remote sensing data products in general

satellite remote sensing, sea ice, snow

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Claus Kern-Hansen ckh [at] dmi.dk

Weather and Climate Information Division

Danish Meteorological Institute

+45-3915-7500 Lyngbyvej 100 Copenhagen Ø DK-2100 Denmark Data and observations manager

climatology, hydrology

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Andrew Kerr andrew.kerr [at] ed.ac.uk

School of Geosciences

University of Edinburgh

+44-131-650-8523 Grant Institute, The King's Buildings Edinburgh EH9 3JW United Kingdom Professor, Executive Director of the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation

Director of SAGES, a pan-Scottish research network comprising over 120 scientists and social scientists researching the grand environmental challenges of the 21st century.

public policy, global warming

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Dan Kerr daniel.kerr [at] canada.ca

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

+1-613-995-4523 601 Booth Street Ottawa Ontario K1A 0E8 Canada Research Scientist

Drift prospecting in Northwest Territories and Nunavut Territory, Canada.

Quaternary geology, glacial geology, mineral exploration

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G. Peter Kershaw peter.kershaw [at] ualberta.ca

Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

University of Alberta

+1-780-492-0346 1-26 Earth Sciences Building Edmonton Alberta T6G 2E3 Canada Professor Emeritus

Mackenzie Mountains: periglacial landform evolution, disturbance ecology - long-term natural recovery of disturbances initiated in 1943 and under study since 1977 (includes monitoring of microclimates since 1990). Mackenzie River Valley, near Tulita (Fort Norman): ecosystem responses to surface disturbances associated with a transport corridor, oil spill, wildfire (includes monitoring of microclimates since 1985 and the fire in 1995).

biogeography, disturbance ecology, periglacial environment

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Anna Kerttula de Echave akerttul [at] nsf.gov N/A

Blue Lagoon Productions

703-292-7432 2415 Eisenhower Avenue Alexandria Virginia 22314 United States Arctic Social Sciences Program Director

Cultural transformation and collective identity formation among Arctic indigenous peoples (field area Chukotka and Alaska).

anthropology, Alaska/Russian relations, Native issues

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Michael Kerwin mkerwin [at] du.edu

Geography and Environmental Sciences

University of Denver

303-871-2513 2050 East Iliff Avenue Denver Colorado 80208 United States Associate Professor

Calibration of modern pollen assemblages found in lake sediments to the modern climate on Baffin Island, Canada. Using the GISS GCM to investigate the role of high latitude oceanic feedbacks on the Earth's climate system at 6000 years B.P. Using rock magnetic properties to study marine sediments in Hudson Strait, Canada.

global change, climate modeling, palynology

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Mary Keskinen mjkeskinen [at] alaska.edu

Department of Geology and Geophysics

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7769 Box 755780 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor Emeritus

Metamorphic petrology of the Fairbanks district. Hydrothermal alteration associated with volcanic and geothermal systems.

petrology, geology, mineralogy

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E. Carina Keskitalo carina.keskitalo [at] umu.se

Department of Geography and Economic History

Umeå University

+46-90-786-50-80 Umeå University Umeå 90187 Sweden Professor of Political Science

The development of the Arctic as an international eight-state region, the impact of globalization and climate change on renewable resource use sectors in the north, adaptation to climate change.

arctic policy, environmental policy, resource management

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Inez Kettles ikettles [at] gsc.nrcan.gc.ca

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada - Terrain Sciences Division

+1-613-992-8323 601 Booth Street Ottawa Ontario K1A 0E8 Canada Research Scientist

Mackenzie Valley peatlands. Peatland mapping. Peat geochemistry.

wetlands, glacial geology

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James Ketz fnjak [at] uaf.edu

Elmer E. Rasmuson Library - Wenger Project

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6595 PO Box 756808 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Database Administrator

Wenger Anthropological Eskimo Database (a full-text database focusing on the early contact literature pertaining to Eskimos.)

anthropology, archaeology, ethnohistory

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Peter Kevan pkevan [at] uoguelph.ca

School of Environmental Sciences

University of Guelph

519-824-4120 School of Environmental Sciences Guelph Ontario N1G 2W1 Canada Professor

Arctic activity: Biodiversity and ecosystems connexions across the tree line from the boreal forest to the barren tundra.

plant ecology, entomology, community ecology, agriculture, biodiversity

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Jeffrey Key jeff.key [at] noaa.gov

National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/National Environmental Satallite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)

608-263-2605 1225 West Dayton Street Madison Wisconsin 53706 United States Research Associate

Remote sensing of the polar regions (snow, ice, clouds, and radiation). Trends and interactions in the Arctic climate system.

climatology, remote sensing, radiation

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Erica Key erica.key [at] agencerecherche.fr

Office of Polar Programs, Arctic Observing Network

National Science Foundation

703-292-8029 4201 Wilson Boulevard Arlington Virginia 22230 United States Executive Director, Belmont Forum Secretariat

My current research focuses on cloud radiative forcing over Arctic polynyas and flaw lead systems as measured from icebreakers and derived from satellite data. I am also interested in the measurement and analysis of all variables relevant to cloud forcing such as aerosol optical depth, ozone profiles, surface albedo, and cloud microphysics. From these data and other shipboard and aircraft data, I am building a history of polynya meteorology.

atmospheric physics, cryospheric remote sensing, ocean-atmosphere interactions

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Alisa Keyser arkeyser [at] unm.edu

NTSG / School of Forestry

University of Montana

406-243-5616 Science Complex Room 446 Missoula Montana 59812 United States Post-Doc

ecosystem modeling, forest ecology, climate change

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Olga Khachay khachay [at] nexcom.ru

Institute of Geophysics

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-343-267-8866 Amundsen Str 100 Ekaterinburg 620016 Russian Federation Professor

permafrost engineering, rock mechanics, geophysics

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Bulat Khassanov biocenol [at] glas.apc.org

Historical Ecology Department - Institute of Ecology and Evolution

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-0951247178 Leninsky pr 33 Moscow 117071 Russian Federation

History of near-sea ecosystems of Chukotka, Alaska, Aleutian Islands.

quaternary paleoecology, quaternary palynology, paleobotany

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Frank Kienast frank.kienast [at] senckenberg.de

Research Station of Quaternary Palaeontology

Research Station of Quaternary Palaeontology

+49-03-643-49309-3330 Am Jakobskirchhof 4 Weimar Thueringen 99423 Germany Researcher

Vegetational development during the Pleistocene in Northern Siberia. Climatic indication by macrofossils of vascular plants, preserved in permafrost deposits. Phytogeography of "tundra-steppe" relicts, main focus on Beringia, vegetation - herbivore interactions

paleobotany, phytogeography, quaternary paleoecology, vegetation ecology, permafrost

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John Kilmarx jkilly [at] binghamton.edu

Department of Anthropology

State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY)

724-357-7507 228 John Sutton Hall Indiana Pennsylvania 15705 United States Associate Vice President for Academic Administration

Dorset period archaeology of Newfoundland, small sites, lithics.

archaeology, anthropology

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