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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Keith Lucas lucas [at] anvil.nrl.navy.mil

Environmental Effects Branch

Naval Research Laboratory

305-293-4214 PO Box 1739 Key West Florida 33041 United States Head, Marine Corrosion Facility/Research Materials Engineer

Materials degradation and performance in cold/warm natural seawater environments. Effects of seawater physiochemical properties on cathodic protection behavior and calcareous deposition.

materials engineering, ocean engineering, marine geochemistry

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Cornelia Lüdecke c.luedecke [at] lrz.uni-muenchen.de N/A

Alaska History of Polar Research Specialist Group

+49-89-725-6-725 Fernpasstrasse 3 Munich D-81371 Germany independent researcher

I work on the history of German polar research and the history of the International Polar Year. I am especially interested in the development of meteorological measurements in the Arctic since the 18th century.

History of polar research, history of meteorology, climatology

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Dean Lueck lueck [at] montana.edu

Agricultural Economics & Economics

Montana State University

406-994-7870 Bozeman Montana 59717 United States

Property rights to wildlife: caribou & reindeer. Common property rights to natural resources. Oil and gas conservation.

economics, law, wildlife management

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Bret Luick ffbrl [at] uaf.edu

Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6338 Box 757000 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Animal energetics. Nutrition modeling. Nutrient dynamics.

nutrition interactions, animal physiology, physiological ecology

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Arnold (Luke) Lukawesky luke.lukawesky [at] ec.gc.ca

Environment Canada

Government of Canada

780-495-5470 9345 - 49 Street Edmonton Alberta T6B 2L8 Canada Supervisor Meteorological Service of Canada (MSC) Programs

setting up and operating remote weather stations at places such as Isachsen, Mould Bay, Stefansson Island, Rea Point plus a few to be named. Data is acquired via Campbell Scientific data loggers and GOES transmitters - for real time data. A secondary function is to deploy ice beacons on the permanent ice pack NW of Eureka. This is a joint effort between the U of Washington Polar Research Lab, and the Institute of Ocean Sciences. The buoys are supplied and my crew does the deployment. The data are used for meteorology and oceanography.

meteorology, oceanography

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Jennifer Lukovich jennifer.lukovich [at] umanitoba.ca

Clayton H. Ridell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources

University of Manitoba

+1-204-474-7279 125 Dysart Road Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada

atmospheric sciences, sea ice dynamics

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Tom Lukowski tom.lukowski [at] ccrs.nrcan.gc.ca

Natural Resources Canada

Canada Centre for Remote Sensing

+1-613-995-0386 588 Booth Street Ottawa Ontario K1A 0Y7 Canada

Canadian Arctic - Synthetic Aperture Radar imagery Exploitation of Synthetic Aperture Radar imagery

remote sensing

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Dirk Lummerzheim dlummerzheim [at] alaska.edu

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

808-366-5335 PO Box 852 Kapaau Hawaii 96755 United States Research Professor Emeritus

Auroral modeling using numerical techniques. Electron transport in the aurora. Auroral proton transport. Chemistry, composition, temperature and dynamics of the auroral ionosphere and high-latitude thermosphere. Small-scale structure of the aurora. Interaction and coupling of the ionosphere and inner magnetosphere. Data analysis of auroral observations from ground-based and satellite-borne instrumentation. High energy electrons, protons and X-rays penetrating into the middle atmosphere and stratosphere.

space physics, auroral studies, ionospheric physics

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Virgil Lunardini Jr. lunardini [at] valley.net N/A 603-643-6216 6 Mitchell Lane Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States Consultant

Ground and air temperature sites from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska (9 sites). Two boreholes for temperature observations in discontinuous permafrost. Inverse conduction heat transfer study to deduce past global warming in permafrost regions.

permafrost engineering, heat transfer, global warming

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Angela Lundberg angela.lundberg [at] sb.luth.se

Department of Water Resources Engineering

Luleå University of Technology

+46-920-91207 Luleå SE-971 87 Sweden

Snow interception evaporation.

snow hydrology, ground penetrating radar

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Claus Lundsgaard clu [at] dmu.dk

Department of Marine Ecology

Danish National Environmental Research Institute

+45-4630-1200 Frederiksborgvej 399 Roskilde DK-4000 Denmark Research Scientist, PhD

Vertical flux of carbon in oceanic regions. Regulation of microbial activity and substrate utilization in pelagic marine systems. Modeling of the microbial food web in relation to organic carbon fluxes in general circulation models. Biological oceanography in the Greenland Sea.

marine ecology, marine microbiology, biogeochemistry

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Nick Lunn nick.lunn [at] ec.gc.ca

Wildlife Research Division, Science and Technology Branch

Environment Canada

780-435-7208 5320 122 Street Edmonton Alberta T6H 3S5 Canada

bears, pinnipeds, marine ecology

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Christof Lüpkes christof.luepkes [at] awi.de

Department of Climate Systems

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-471-4831-1786 Am Handelshafen 12 Bremerhaven D-27570 Germany Meteorologist

atmospheric physics, boundary-layer meteorology, sea ice, atmosphere sea ice interaction, turbulent fluxes

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Mark Lusk mark.lusk [at] oregonstate.edu

International Education and Outreach

Oregon State University

541-737-8031 International Programs Corvallis Oregon 97331 United States Director

Circumpolar Education Collaboration.

education

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Bruce Lutz brucelutz [at] msn.com

Department of Anthropology

Brown University

401-245-1456 PO Box 1921 Providence Rhode Island 02912 United States

Inuit culture.

archaeology, anthropology

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James Luyten jluyten [at] whoi.edu N/A

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

508-289-2515 Bell House - MS 39 Woods Hole Massachusetts 02543 United States Senior Associate Director and Director of Research

science management

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Lise Lyck ll.tcm [at] cbs.dk

Center for Tourism and Culture Management

Copenhagen Business School

+45-3815-3464 Solbjerg Plads 3 Fredriksberg DK-2200 Denmark

Arctic international trade. Economic, social, and political development in the Arctic. Greenlandic development since 1945. Autonomy models and problematics.

economics

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Christian Lydersen lydersen [at] npolar.no N/A

Norwegian Polar Institute

+47-7775-0523 Tromsø N-9296 Norway Research Scientist, Dr. Philos.

General ecology and physiology of marine mammals

marine mammals, ecology, bioenergetics

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Kjetil Lygre kjetil [at] nersc.no

C.G. Rieber Climate Institute

Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center

+47-5529-7288 Edvard Griegsvei 3a Bergen N-5059 Norway

Mesoscale marginal ice zone biogeochemistry ocean dynamics interactions. Decadal-scale variability and the freshwater budget.

physical oceanography, modeling, biogeochemistry

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Amanda Lynch amanda_lynch [at] brown.edu

Deartment of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences

Brown University

401-863-5153 PO Box 1951 Providence Rhode Island 02912 United States Director, Institute for Environment and Society

sea ice variability, polar lows, adaptive governance

air-sea-ice interactions, climate change, climate modeling

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Niels Lynnerup n.lynnerup [at] antrolab.ku.dk

Laboratory of Biological Anthropology

University of Copenhagen

+45-3532-7239 The Panum Institute Copenhagen N DK-2200 Denmark Assistant Professor, MD, Ph.D.

Isotope levels in 15th-century Eskimo and Norse Greenlandic bones. Physical anthropological studies of Greenlandic human remains. Middle ear disease in contemporary and historic arctic populations.

physical anthropology

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W. Berry Lyons lyons.142 [at] osu.edu

Byrd Polar Research Center

Ohio State University

614-688-3241 1090 Carmack Road Columbus Ohio 43210 United States Director

Lead PI - McMurdo Dry Valleys - LTER, Antarctica Environmental geochemistry of trace metals. Elemental cycling. Global change, past and present.

environmental chemistry, global change

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Larry Lyons larry [at] atmos.ucla.edu

Department of Atmospheric Sciences

University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

310-206-7876 1 UCLA Los Angeles California 90095 United States

Ionospheric flows related to geomagnetic activity relations between auroral activity and magnetospheric processes.

magnetospheric physics, auroral studies, ionospheric physics

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Igor Lysenko igor.lysenko [at] unep-wcmc.org

UNEP - World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC)

+44-1223-277-314 219 Huntingdon Road Cambridge CB3 0DL United Kingdom Conservation Analyst

Gap Analysis (Circumpolar; Russian Arctic). Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna. Circumpolar Protected Areas Network Development. Climate Change Impact on Arctic Biodiversity. Environmental Indicators Development. Spatial Data Management.

biodiversity, environmental assessment, geographic information systems

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Vitaly Lystsov vitalil [at] pike.net.ru

NTK “System analysis”

Russian Research Center Kurchatov Institute

+7-095-196-7151 P1 Kurchatov 1 Moscow 123182 Russian Federation

Protection of marine environment from anthropogenic pollution in the arctic region of Russian Federation. Assessment of risk for environment from nuclear pollution.

radioactive waste technology, marine environment, science management

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