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Steven Kovach steve_kovach [at] fws.gov

Innoko National Wildlife Refuge

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

907-524-3251 PO Box 69 McGrath Alaska 99627 United States Wildlife Biologist

Large mammal ecology (brown bear, caribou, dall's sheep, moose), ungulate-predator ecology (brown bear - caribou, brown bear - moose), GIS (modeling, raster-vector integration, spatial/statistical based sample site selection), spatial analysis (pattern based, movement analysis, home range), habitat selection/utilization by wildlife.

mammalogy, geographic information systems, wildlife management

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Austin Kovacs abkovacs21 [at] yahoo.com N/A

Kovacs Enterprises

603-448-2874 142 Eastman Hill Road Lebanon New Hampshire 03766 United States Consultant

Remote sensing of sea ice thickness from aircraft. Studying the interrelationship between the electromagnetic properties of sea ice and its strength.

sea ice, ice engineering, ice drilling

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Louis Kovacs skip.kovacs.ctr [at] nrl.navy.mil

Marine Physics Branch, Marine Geosciences Division

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

202-767-3013 Code 7420 Washington District of Columbia 20375 United States Oceanographer

Canada Basin aerogeophysics (magnetics and gravity).

marine geophysics, geomagnetism

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Kit Kovacs kit.kovacs [at] npolar.no

Research Department

Norwegian Polar Institute

+47-7775-0526 Tromsø N-9296 Norway Marine Ecology Coordinator

Population biology and ecology of: white whales, harbour seals, ringed seals, bearded seals, walrus.

marine mammals, animal behavior

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Zygmunt Kowalik ffzk [at] ims.alaska.edu

Institute of Marine Science

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7753 PO Box 751080 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor

Arctic tides and tide-ice interaction. Bering Sea tides.

oceanography, modeling, sea ice modeling

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Mikhail Kozlov mikoz [at] utu.fi

Section of Ecology

University of Turku

+358-2333-5492 Turku 20014 Finland

Effects of aerial pollution on insect-plant relationships. Plant stress assessment, particularly by using fluctuating asymmetry. Recovery of industrial barrens.

environmental impact assessment, air pollution, entomology

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Eugene Kozminsky eugene [at] ek12030.spb.edu

The White Sea Biological Station

Zoological Institute RAS

+7-812-114-00-97 Universitetskaya nab 1 St. Petersburg 199034 Russian Federation Ph.D. in Zoology

A long-term parasitological monitoring program of the trematode parthenites in intertidal molluscs Littorina spp. are carried out in the Kandalaksha State Reserve. A population biology and ecology researchs of Littorina spp. (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) in the White Sea.

environmental monitoring, population biology, parasitology

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William Krabill william.b.krabill [at] nasa.gov

Laboratory for Hydrospheric Processes - Observational Science Branch

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Space Flight Center

757-824-1417 Building N-159 Room E201 Wallops Island Virginia 23337 United States Project Scientist for Arctic Ice Mapping

Greenland Ice Sheet mass balance

glaciology, global change, ice sheet geophysics

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Gerd Krahmann gkrahmann [at] ifm-geomar.de

Leibniz-Institut for Sea Sciences (IFM-GEOMAR)

University of Kiel

+49-0-431-600-4154 Düsternbrooker Weg 20 Kiel D-24105 Germany

Analysis of interannual to multidecadal variability in the Arctic ocean-ice system both from an observational and modeling point.

physical oceanography, climate modeling

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Gerhard Kramm kramm [at] gi.alaska.edu

Atmospheric Science

Geophysical Institute

907-474 5992 903 Koyukuk Drive Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Lecturer and Research Associate

atmospheric dynamics, atmospheric turbulence, air pollution modeling, air-sea interaction, atmosphere-wildfire modeling

atmospheric sciences, boundary-layer meteorology, microclimatology

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William Krantz krantz [at] spot.colorado.edu

Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR)

University of Colorado

303-492-7517 Campus Box 450 Boulder Colorado 80309 United States

Modeling and field studies of earth hummock formation. Modeling and laboratory studies of differential frost heave.

geomorphology, frost heaving, heat transfer

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Vladimir Krapivin vfk [at] ms.ire.rssi.ru

Department of Informatics

Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics

+7-095-526-9276 Vvedensky 1 - Fryazino Moscow Region 141120 Russian Federation Professor

Application of a global modeling technology to the study of Arctic Basin pollution and its correlation with global change. An application of modeling technology to the study of Arctic Basin pollution as function of Siberian rivers.

ice modeling, ecosystem modeling, global change

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Rupert Krapp rkrapp [at] ipoe.uni-kiel.de

Institute for Polar Ecology

University of Kiel

+49-431-600-1265 Wischhofstrasse 1-3 Geb 12 Kiel D-24148 Germany

Impact of UV radiation on polar sea ice organisms Scientific diving under sea ice Oxiradical stress as biomarker

sea ice biota, environmental toxicology, ecophysiology

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Robert Kraus cbtris0 [at] pop.uky.edu

Department of Psychiatry

University of Kentucky - Chandler Medical Center

606-323-6021 3470 Blazer Parkway Lexington Kentucky 40509 United States

Psychiatry. Alaska Native coporations. Alaska/Russian relations. Aleut culture. Athabaskan studies. Circumpolar cultures. Cultural anthropology. Eskimos. Ethnohistory. Ethnology. Indigenous knowledge and wisdom. Indigenous peoples. Inuit culture. Medical sciences. Mental health. Native studies. Native transitions. Psychology. Public health. Publications. Siberian peoples. Social anthropology. Social change. Yup’ik culture.

anthropology

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Michael Krauss anlc-l [at] galileo.admin.uaf.edu

Alaska Native Language Center

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6588 PO Box 757680 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Endangered languages.

linguistics

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Shepard Krech, III shepard_krech_iii [at] brown.edu

Department of Anthropology

Brown University

401-863-7056 PO Box 1921 Providence Rhode Island 02912 United States

Ethnohistory, material culture, museology, native studies, man and nature.

ethnohistory, cultural anthropology, Athabaskan studies

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Christopher Krembs N/A N/A Oceanographer

Exopolymeric substances (EPS), secreted in the form of mucous slime by aquaticmicroorganisms, are known to play important roles in marine ecosystems. We investigate their potential to alter the microstructure of the sea-ice habitat and to serve as cryoprotectants for microorganisms dwelling therein. The research is motivated by our findings of surprisingly high concentrations of EPS in wintertime Arctic sea ice, in combination with microscopicobservations implying potential benefits to the survival of bacteria and microalgae at very low temperatures (-15¡C and below) in the pore system of sea ice.

algae, aquatic microbiology, biological oceanography

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Elena Kremenetskaya elena [at] krsc.ru

Kola Science Centre

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-815-5579494 14 Fersman Str Apatity Murmansk Region 184200 Russian Federation Deputy Director

Seismic monitoring of the Barents region. Mining explosions and induced seismicity Khibiny Massif, Kola Peninsula.

seismology, earthquakes

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Karl Kreutz karl.kreutz [at] maine.edu

Climate Change Institute and Department of Earth Sciences

University of Maine

207-581-3011 236 Sawyer Hall Orono Maine 04469 United States Assistant Professor

Ice coring in the St. Elias Mountains and Alaska Range

paleoclimatology

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Michael Kriews mkriews [at] awi-bremerhaven.de

Department of Geosciences

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-471-4831-1420 Am Handelshafen 12 Bremerhaven D-27570 Germany

Trace metal analysis in aerosol particles, snow, seawater, and sea ice. Developing a new method for direct trace element analysis in frozen ice samples by Laserablation ICP-MS.

atmospheric chemistry, ice chemistry, instrumentation

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Robert Krimmel rkrimmel [at] usgs.gov

USGS-ICP

U.S. Geological Survey

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

Glacier mass balance and tidewater glacier dynamics.

glaciology

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Gerhard Krinner gerhard.krinner [at] ujf-grenoble.fr

Laboratoire de Glaciologie et Géophysique de l'Environement

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

+33-4-7682-4236 54 Rue Moliere - DU BP 96 Saint Martin d'Heres Cedex F-38402 France

Surface-atmosphere interactions. Impact of soil freezing on arctic climate, and its impact on arctic climate change.

climate modeling, atmospheric sciences, climate change

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Richard Krishfield rkrishfield [at] whoi.edu

Department of Physical Oceanography

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

508-289-2849 Clark 128 - MS 23 Woods Hole Massachusetts 02543 United States Senior Research Specialist

-Co-investigator of two projects which have become integral parts of the Arctic Observing Network: the Ice-Tethered Profiler (ITP) project and the Beaufort Gyre Observing System (BGOS). The success of these efforts over the past 6 years (over 30 ITPs deployed with the drifting ice and over 5 years of time series mooring data acquired under the ice pack) has lead to the continuation of these studies for another 5 years. These data support studies of physical and biological ocean processes, facilitates numerical model initialization and validation, and have stimulated general interest in Arctic science issues. Research and understanding that builds on these observations is contributing to a better appreciation of the Arctic's role in the earth's evolving climate system.

oceanography, biogeochemistry, ocean engineering

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Reinhardt Kristensen rmkristens [at] zmuc.ku.dk

Zoological Museum

University of Copenhagen

+45-3532-1118 Universitetsparken 15 Copenhagen Ø DK-2100 Denmark Professor

Arctic Meiofauna: Tardigrades, kinorhynchs, and loriciferans. Homothermic springs at Greenland. Ikaite pillars in South Greenland.

invertebrate zoology, marine biology

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Hördhur Kristinsson hkris [at] ni.is

Akureyri Division

Icelandic Institute of Natural History

+354-460-0500 Borgum Akureyri IS-600 Iceland

Lichen flora of Iceland. Database and distribution maps of plants and lichens in Iceland. Panarctic checklist of lichens.

lichenology, botany, biogeography

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