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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Jens Matthiessen jmatthiessen [at] awi.de

Department of Geosystems

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-471-4831-1568 PO Box 120161 Bremerhaven D-27515 Germany

Eurasian Basin. Eurasian continental margin. Stratigraphy and paleoenvironment of Quaternary and Neogene.

marine geology, paleoecology, palynology

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Angela Matz angela_matz [at] fws.gov

Northern Alaska Ecological Services

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

907-271-2778 4700 BLM Road Anchorage Alaska 99507 United States Contaminants Specialist

Wildlife toxicology.

environmental toxicology, wildlife, avian ecology

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Tami Mau tmau [at] berkeley.edu

Department of Integrative Biology

University of California Berkeley

510-642-3549 3060 Valley Life Sciences Building Berkeley California 94720 United States

Seasonal and annual fluctuations in Bowhead blubber biochemistry.

bowhead whales, nutritional ecology, biochemistry

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Alec Maule amaule [at] usgs.gov

Columbia River Research Laboratory

USGS-BRD Western Fisheries Research Center

509-538-2939 5501A Cook-Underwood Road Cook Washington 98605 United States Scientist Emeritus

Current project on effects of PCBs on Arctic charr in northern polar regions in collaboration with Dr. Even Jorgensen, University of Tromso, Norway and Dr. Mathilakath Vijayan, University of Calgary, Canada.

fish, fish ecology, environmental physiology

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Eric Maurer eric.maurer [at] uc.edu

Center for Environmental Studies

University of Cincinnati

513-556-9706 614 Rieveschl Hall Cincinnati Ohio 45221 United States Director of Environmental Studies Program

Dynamics of arctic lakes and streams, thaw lake cycles and influences on aquatic biota, spatial and temporal variability/synchrony and the influence on the dynamics and traits of aquatic biota.

ecology, aquatic ecology, evolution

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Mette Mauritzen mette.mauritzen [at] npolar.no N/A

Institute of Marine Research

PO Box 1870 Nordnes Bergen N-5817 Norway

Polar bear space use patterns and habitat selection.

ecology, bears, radio telemetry

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Arkady Maximov arkady [at] arktika.magadan.su

Physiology of Extreme States

International Scientific Center “Arktika”

+41322-28482 24 Karl Marx Street Magadan 685000 Russian Federation Director of the Center “Arktika”

Adaptation of indigenous population in the Extreme North. Bioenergetics of adaptation to cold. Human adaption. Psychophysiology.

anthropology, bioenergetics, endocrinology

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Olga Maximova maximova [at] chip.sio.rssi.ru

Laboratory of Coastal Benthic Ecology

P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Science

+7-095-1247-996 36 Nakhimovksy Moscow 117851 Russian Federation Scientific Researcher

Population ecology (dynamics, growth, settlement, elimination, ecomorphology, etc) of White Sea fucoid algae, especially Fucus vesiculosus.

macroalgae, population ecology

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Brian May bmay [at] okanagan.bc.ca N/A

Okanagan College

250-832-2126 Box 189 Salmon Arm British Columbia V1E 4N3 Canada

Lateral mixing by thermohaline intrusions in the Arctic Ocean.

physical oceanography, limnology, ocean circulation

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Charles Mayer ffcem [at] uaf.edu

Department of Electrical Engineering

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6091 Box 755900 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Satellite communications.

electrical engineering

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Helmut Mayer mayerh [at] tryfan.colorado.edu

Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research

University of Colorado

303-492-6198 1560 30th Street Boulder Colorado 80309 United States

Quantitative stratigraphy, paleomagnetism, structural geology, glaciology, marine geology, Geomathematics, and geophysics

geology, glaciology

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Paul Mayewski paul.mayewski [at] maine.edu

Climate Change Institute

University of Maine

207-581-3019 Climate Change Institute Orono Maine 04469 United States Director/Professor Climate Change Institute

Ice coring (Antarctica, Greenland, sub-Antarctic, Europe, Central Asia, Andes (Chile, Peru, Bolivia)

glaciology, climate change, climatology

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Gary Maykut maykut [at] atmos.washington.edu

Department of Atmospheric Sciences

University of Washington

206-543-0164 Box 351640 Seattle Washington 98195 United States

Solar heating of arctic mixed layer. Structural-optical modeling of sea ice. Thermodynamic-microwave modeling of sea ice.

air-sea-ice interactions, sea ice thermodynamics, sea ice optics

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Nancy Maynard nancy.g.maynard [at] nasa.gov

Cryospheric Sciences Branch

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

301-614-6572 Mail Code 614.1 Greenbelt Maryland 20771 United States Senior Research Scientist

remote sensing studies of impacts of changes from climate and development on reindeer husbandry in Eurasia combining indigenous knowledge, science and local observations for assessment, decision-making, and adaptation strategies

biology, climate change, Indigenous peoples

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Nancy Maynard nmaynard [at] rsmas.miami.edu

CIMAS

443-994-5086 CIMAS/RSMAS/University of Miami Key Biscayne Florida 33149 United States Visiting Scientist

Examining the implications of diatoms in airborne dust/pollutants in and on snow/ice/water, especially, in high latitude regions (including, the role of diatoms in darkening of albedo of snow/ice and resulting melting of snow/ice)

Combining indigenous knowledge and science data
Climate change and reindeer herding
Climate change and human health impacts in Arctic
Climate change impacts on Indigenous peoples of the North

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Ulrich Mayr umayr [at] nrcan.gc.ca

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

403-292-7144 3303 33rd Street NW Calgary Alberta T2L 2A7 Canada Research Scientist

Geology of northeastern Ellesmere Island.

geology, mapping, stratigraphy

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Irene Mazurkewich imaz [at] morgan.ucs.mun.ca

Department of Linguistics

Memorial University of Newfoundland

709-737-3151 St. John’s A1C 3X9 Canada Associate Professor

Language acquisition. Aboriginal language maintenance.

linguistics, Native studies

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Lesley McBain mcbain [at] sask.usask.ca

Department of Native Studies

University of Saskatchewan

306-966-6211 107 McLean Hall Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7N 5E6 Canada Assistant Professor

Sub-arctic nursing stations/outpost hospitals. Resource development (uranium in Northern Sakatchewan).

Native studies, mining, health care

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Gerald McBeath gamcbeath [at] alaska.edu N/A

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-479-2870 1777 Red Fox Drive Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States Professor of Political Science Emeritus

Sustainable economic development in the circumpolar North, with a focus on Alaska agriculture. Native education. Native governments. Native issues. The most recent publication (2016) is a book entitled: Big Oil in the United States, which has case studies of the ten major oil/gas producing states in the U.S. (including Alaska).

political science, government policy, international relations

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Erica McCall Valentine emccall [at] alaska.edu N/A 907-230-1169 2565 Allen Adale Road Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States Social Scientist, PhD student

local and traditional knowledge, shifting baselines syndrome, coproduction of science, cooperative management

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Adrian McCallum icysolns [at] gmail.com

Faculty of Science, Health, Education and Engineering

+61-7-5459-4576 568 Mountain View Road Maleny QLD 4552 Australia Field scientist and engineer

I specialise in the remote or in situ assessment of remote areas. Founded upon my broad training in oceanography, glaciology and engineering, I continue to stimulate advances in research in the field of AUV development for polar applications.

In 2014 I presented a paper to the International Conference on Radio-glaciology on the use of UAV-mounted Ground Penetrating Radar for remote radio-glaciology. I am currently supervising a PhD student who is developing a UAV-mounted Software Defined Radio (SDR) Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) for use in hostile polar environments. This device will also be adaptable to sea ice assessment.

I am currently supervising numerous Honours students who are developing innovative bespoke instrumentation for the physical assessment of polar water masses:

One is developing an autonomous depth-sounder that when released en masse can provide real- time Lagrangian bathymetric information,

Another is developing a bespoke autonomous CTD that can deploy/recover at defined intervals allowing autonomous profiling of water masses, and finally

Another is developing a bespoke cheap and lightweight Doppler radar system that can be used to monitor the movement of ice sheets and sea ice.

Additionally, I am interested in the strategic geopolitical implications of a warming Arctic.

Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) particularly in frozen geomaterials, geohazards, snow mechanics, snow physics, GPR, polar oceanography, alpine glaciology and hydrology, cold regions engineering, polar traverse logistics, polar infrastructure, light-weight scientific expeditions, development of Remote or Autonomous Vehicles (RAVs) for remote area site investigation, climate change adaptation.

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Molly McCammon mccammon [at] aoos.org N/A

Alaska Ocean Observing System

907-644-6703 1007 W. Third Ave., Suite 100 Anchorage Alaska 99501 United States Executive Director

Environmental monitoring of watershed, nearshore, and offshore habitats. Interface of science with public policy and natural resource management. Use of traditional and local ecological knowledge.

environmental monitoring, natural resources management, oil spills

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Paul McCarthy pjmccarthy [at] alaska.edu

Department of Geosciences

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6894 Geophysical Institute Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor

Terrestrial paleoenvironmental reconstruction, paleoclimate; Use of paleosols for paleoenvironmental reconstruction; reconstruction of Cretaceous terrestrial environments; high latitude paleoecosystem reconstruction.

sedimentology, paleopedology, soil processes, stratigraphy

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Nancy McCartney nmccartn [at] comp.uark.edu

University Museum

University of Arkansas

501-575-4370 Muse 202 Fayetteville Arkansas 72701 United States

Unalaska vegetation. NW Territories vegetation.

botany, plant ecology

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Ed McCauley mccauley [at] nceas.ucsb.edu

Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology

National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis

805-892-2502 735 State Street Santa Barbara California 93101 United States Director View Full Profile