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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
William McClelland bill-mcclelland [at] uiowa.edu

Geoscience

University of Iowa

319-335-1827 121 Trowbridge Hall Iowa City Iowa 52242 United States

Generating a detrital zircon age database from proteroaoic rocks at several sites in the Brooks Range and Seward Peninsula. The primary geographic origin of the Brooks Range and the nature of the opening of the Canada Basin.

geochronology, structural geology

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James McClelland jimm [at] utexas.edu

Marine Science Institute

University of Texas Marine Science Institute

361-510-6748 750 Channel View Drive Port Aransas Texas 78373 United States Associate Professor

ecosystem science, aquatic biogeochemistry, climate change

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Patricia McClenahan plmcclenahan [at] gci.net N/A

Pacific Northwest Resources Consultants

907-696-4549 PO Box 771203 Eagle River Alaska 99577 United States Ph.D.

-Archaeology and anthropology of the Alutiiq people of the central Alaska Peninsula pacific coast. -Subsistence-settlement systems of the prehistoric and historic residents of the Alaska Peninsula. -Prehistory and history of the Cook Inlet Region -Writing historic preservation plans for communities in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough.

environmental sciences, archaeology, anthropology

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Robert McConnaughey mcconnaughey [at] noaa.gov

National Marine Fisheries Service - Alaska Fisheries Science Center

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

206-526-4150 7600 Sand Point Way NE Building 4 Seattle Washington 98115 United States Fisheries Biologist

Fishing gear impacts on benthic communities. Groundfish habitat characterization. Acoustic classification of seafloor sediments.

benthic ecology, fisheries, habitat selection

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Joseph McConnell jmcconn [at] dri.edu

Division of Hydrologic Sciences

Desert Research Institute

775-673-7348 2215 Raggio Parkway Reno Nevada 89512 United States Assistant Research Professor

Investigation of atmosphere-to-snow transfer processes for reversibly deposited chemical species such as hydrogen peroxide and formaldehyde, ultimately aimed at quantitative interpretation of ice core chemical records.

snow chemistry, atmospheric chemistry

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Karen McCullough kmccullo [at] ucalgary.ca

Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

University of Calgary

+1-403-220-4049 2500 University Drive NW Calgary Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada Editor, ARCTIC

Arctic prehistory. Faunal analysis.

archaeology

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Greg McCullough gmccullo [at] cc.umanitoba.ca

Clayton H. Ridell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources

Centre of Earth Observation Science

(204) 474-9980 482 Wallace Building Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada Research Associate

hydrology

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Rai McCutcheon browndj [at] ucalgary.ca

Resources and the Environment Programme

University of Calgary

+1-867-766-3900 105 Wilkinson Crescent Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 3V1 Canada

Cross-cultural research on empowerment of women, with a focus on education and a comparison with women in India.

Native issues, social change

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G. Williamson McDiarmid N/A

University of Washington

206-221-4122 Miller Hall 211L Seattle Washington 98195 United States Boeing Professor of Teacher Education

Curriculum development with indigenous people. Teacher learning in cross-cultural settings. Native Alaska Curriculum and Teacher Development Project (U.S. DOE). Market Demand for Distance Delivered Education in Alaska (UAA).

education, Alaska public policy

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Thomas McDonald t-mcdonald12332 [at] tamu.edu

Geochemical and Environmental Research Group

Texas A&M University

979-690-0095 833 Graham Road College Station Texas 77845 United States

RCAC work in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound.

geochemistry, environmental chemistry, oil spills

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James McDonald mcdonald [at] unbc.ca

Anthropolgy

University of Northern British Columbia

250-960-5555 3333 University Way Prince George British Columbia Canada President of ACUNS

Colonization and de-colonization in northern Canada and north Pacific Coast.

cultural anthropology, ethnohistory, Native studies

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Kyle McDonald kmcdonald2 [at] ccny.cuny.edu

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

City College of New York

212-650-8218 60 Convent Avenue & West 138 Street New York New York 10031 United States

Mapping freeze/thaw in Alaskan boreal forest with NSCAT. Boreal forest growing season length.

remote sensing, ecology, hydrology

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Lyman McDonald lymanmcd [at] uswest.net N/A

Western EcoSystems Technology (WEST Inc)

307-634-1756 2003 Central Avenue Cheyenne Wyoming 82001 United States President and Senior Biometrician

Design and statistical analysis of polar bear denning surveys. Chief statistician on the Alaska Predator Ecosystem Experiment (APEX) and the Nearshore Vertebrate Predator (NVP) projects in Prince William Sound.

biostatistics

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Ian McDonald ian_mcdonald [at] pch.gc.ca

Western Arctic Field Unit

Parks Canada

867-777-8807 PO Box 1840 Inuvik Northwest Territories X0E 0T0 Canada Conservation Biologist

Environmental monitoring, Dall sheep, muskoxen, caribou, peregrine falcons, climate change.

environmental monitoring, biology, wildlife management

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Preston McEachern preston [at] ualberta.ca

Department of Biological Sciences

University of Alberta

780-492-6304 G208 - BioSci Building Edmonton Alberta T6G 2E9 Canada Ph.D. Candidate

Modeling chemical and primary production characteristics of lakes and streams in the boreal subarctic. Attempting to integrate the biogeochemistry of their peatland-dominated watersheds and natural disturbance regimes.

aquatic ecology, biogeochemistry, modeling

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Jim McElwaine jim [at] orange.lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp

Institute of Low Temperature Science

Hokkaido University

+81-11706-5478 Cryosphere Environment Research Group Sapporo 060-0819 Japan

Snow transport modeling. Snow transport (aeolian saltation and suspension, snow avalanche dynamics, granular flows).

snow mechanics, snow physics, fluid mechanics

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Donald McEwen mcewen [at] dansas.usask.ca

Department of Physics and Engineering Physics

University of Saskatchewan

116 Science Crescent Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7N 5E2 Canada Professor Emeritus

Polar auroras, atmospheric dynamics, magnetosphere - ionosphere interactions.

auroral studies, space physics, aeronomy

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Terry McFadden ffttm [at] uaf.edu

Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-479-6753 Permafrost Technology Foundation Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States Professor Emeritus

Stabilizing foundations of structures built on permafrost. Building in cold climates.

permafrost engineering, materials engineering, engineering

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Joe McFadden mcfadden [at] geog.ucsb.edu

Department of Geography

University of California Santa Barbara

805-893-6984 Department of Geography Santa Barbara California 93106 United States Assistant Professor

Micrometeorology. Land-atmosphere interactions. Landscape ecology. Plant physiological ecology. Regional climate modeling. Evaporation. Surface energy budget. Snow modeling.

ecosystem science, atmospheric sciences

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Scott McGee smcgee [at] gci.net

Geodetic Branch

Juneau Icefield Research Program

907-338-4705 4705 Mills Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States

Determining glacier movement and mass balance changes, with the use of GPS and theodolite/EDM survey methods. Tracking temporal and spatial changes in the flow and mass balance regimes of the glaciers of the Juneau Icefield, Alaska. Differential GPS (real-time and rapid static). Theodolite/EDM surveying. Modelling glacier movement, surface elevation, and mass balance changes.

glaciology, survey research, geodesy

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Robert McGhee robert.mcghee [at] civilization.ca

Arctic Archaeology

Canadian Museum of Civilization

+1-819-776-8187 100 Laurier Street Hull Quebec J8X 4H2 Canada Curator

Prehistory of Arctic North America. History of Inuit-European contacts.

archaeology, history, climate change

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Thomas McGovern tmcgovern [at] gc.cuny.edu

Department of Anthropology

City University of New York

212-772-5654 Hunter College New York New York 10021 United States Professor

Working on a very early site called Hofstadir. Venture of new NABO education working group. Working on producing CD versions of osteological manuals and archaeological reports in a new series for the NABO pubs group.

archaeology

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Suzanne McGowan sum [at] geus.dk

Department of Environmental History and Climate

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

+45-3814-2361 Thoravej 8 Copenhagen NV DK-2400 Denmark

Determination of climate change and its effects in West Greenland using diatoms and paleopigments in laminated, high-resolution lake sediment records.

paleolimnology, algae, climate change

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Janet Tamalik McGrath tamalik [at] sympatico.ca N/A

Tamalik & Associates

+1-613-622-5433 85 Division Street North Arnprior Ontario K7S 3B9 Canada Consultant

Indigenous knowledge research "Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit" in Nunavut; Inuktitut language development in Nunavut; conflict resolution studies and research (interpersonal and cross-cultural).

Indigenous knowledge, Inuktitut language, cultural studies

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A. David McGuire admcguire [at] alaska.edu

Institute of Arctic Biology

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6242 211A Irving I Building Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor

Role of high latitude ecosystems in global carbon cycle. Response of high latitude ecosystems to global change.

global change, modeling, biogeochemistry

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