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Gregory Owens ffgjo [at] uaf.edu

Cross-Cultural Communications

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-8125 Box 756480 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Success of Alaska Natives/American Indians in mathematics courses at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Effective high school preparation for post-secondary education.

mathematics, Native education

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Edward Owens ehowens [at] polarisappliedsciences.com N/A

Polaris Applied Sciences, Inc.

206-842-2951 755 Winslow Way East Bainbridge Island Washington 98110 United States

1. Oil spill response planning/training (1995 - present)for: (a) the Colville River Delta and the National Petroleum Reserve, North Slope, Alaska (b) Sakhalin Island, Russia 2. Ongoing research (1980 - present) at the Baffin Island Oil Spill (BIOS) shoreline oiling experiment site, Baffin Island, Canada

oil spills, marine science, geomorphology

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Lise Ovreas lise.ovreas [at] im.uib.no

Department of Microbiology

University of Bergen

+47-555-84648 Jahnebakken 5 - PO Box 7800 Bergen N-5020 Norway Scientist, Ph.D.

Oil pollution in Arctic and its effect on microbial diversity. Molecular microbial ecology.

biodiversity, microbiology, hydrocarbon pollution

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Øystein Overrein oystein.overrein [at] sysselmannen.svalbard.no N/A

Norwegian Polar institute

+47-7902-4300 Polarmigøsentenet Tromsø N-9296 Norway

Management of arctic species of mammals and birds. Biodiversity.

wildlife management, biology, moose

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Jonathan Overpeck jto [at] u.arizona.edu

Institute for the Study of Planet Earth

University of Arizona

520-622-9065 715 North Park Avenue 2nd Floor Tucson Arizona 85721 United States Director

Holocene paleoclimates of Eastern Canadian Arctic.

paleoclimatology, climate change, climate modeling

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James Overland james.e.overland [at] noaa.gov

Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL)

NOAA/PMEL

206-526-6795 7600 Sand Point Way NE Seattle Washington 98115 United States Research oceanographer

Large scale climate, Arctic midlatitude weather linkages

Arctic climate change, Atmospheric dynamics
sea ice dynamics

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Irina Overeem irina.overeem [at] colorado.edu

INSTAAR

INSTAAR, University of Colorado at Boulder

303-443-9662 4001 Discovery Drive Boulder Colorado 80303 United States Research Scientist III

1) River Plumes as indicators for Greenland ice sheet melt We study Greenlandic Rivers as integrated signals of a rapidly changing arctic hydrological cycle. Observed increased rates of melt on the Greenland Ice Sheet are expected to have a profound impact on the runoff of numerous rivers draining the ice sheet margin. We use an innovative methodology to infer river discharges around Greenland from the characteristics of river plumes draining in the fjords, visible on remote-sensing imagery. Plume dimensions and reflectance characteristics can be mapped > 10+ years. Inverted process-based numerical model of river plumes in fjords use the mapped plume parameters to then quantify the associated river runoff. 2) Arctic Coastal Erosion Modeling A collaborative effort to study the rates of arctic coastal erosion along the Alaskan Beaufort Sea. We make process and environmental observations of sea-ice, meteorology, coastal bluff characteristics, bathymetry and oceanographic conditions and develop a process-based, numerical bluff retreat model.

Numerical modeling of river and coastal processes, stratigraphy

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Pier Paul Overduin poverduin [at] awi-potsdam.de N/A

Alfred Wegener Institute

+49-331-288-2174 Telegrafenberg A43 Brandenbury 14473 Germany

Investigating movement and phase change of water through frozen soils and associated changes in soil water chemistry.

permafrost, soil chemistry, hydrology

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Peter Outridge outridge [at] nrcan.gc.ca

Geological Survey of Canada - Applied Geochemistry Subdivision

Natural Resources Canada

613-996-3958 601 Booth Street Ottawa Ontario K1A 0E8 Canada Research Scientist

Historical trends of metals in marine biota. Teeth and shells as biomonitors of metal exposure or soft tissue concentrations. Tissue chemistry as a stock discrimination tool for marine mammals and fish. Stable lead isotopes in Arctic lake sediments.

biogeochemistry, trace metals, pollution

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Sam Outcalt smout [at] compuserve.com

Geography Department

University of Cincinnati

313-663-5265 2466 Trenton Court Ann Arbor Michigan 48105 United States Adjunct Professor

Permafrost Research in Northern and Interior Alaska. Modeling earth surface processes.

permafrost, soil processes, geomorphology

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Bette Otto-Bliesner ottobli [at] ucar.edu

Climate Change Research

National Center for Atmospheric Research

303-497-1723 PO Box 3000 Boulder Colorado 80307 United States

Climate modeling of past climates.

climate modeling, paleoclimatology, global change

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Antonius Otto ao [at] tanana.gi.alaska.edu

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6169 PO Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Linkage-induced magnetic reconnection at the dayside magnetopause. Magnetic reconnection in the presence of sheared flow: applications to the Earth's magnetosphere. Generation of field-aligned currents and Alfven waves by 3-D magnetic reconnection. Magnetic transients at the dayside magnetopause Formation and evolution of thin discrete auroral arcs.

space physics, auroral studies, magnetospheric physics

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W. Wyatt Oswald woswald [at] u.washington.edu

Harvard Forest

Harvard University

617-623 1809 13 Garrison Avenue #1 Somerville Massachusetts 02144 United States

paleoecology, palynology, ecology

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Claire Oswald oswaldcj [at] mcmaster.ca

School of Geography and Geology

McMaster University

+1-905-525-9140 1280 Main Street West Hamilton Ontario L8S 4K1 Canada MSc Student

Energy and water balance of lakes in the Mackenzie River Basin, NT.

climatology

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Gote Ostlund gostlund [at] rsmas.miami.edu

Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences

University of Miami

305-361-4114 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami Florida 33149 United States

Radioactive tracers in oceanography and meteorology.

oceanography, marine chemistry

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Dorinda Ostermann dostermann [at] ntu.edu.sg N/A

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

+65-8498-4717 50 Nanyang Drive N2-01C-38 Singapore 639798 Singapore Technical Director of the Geochemical Laboratories

13-year time series sediment trap study NE of Iceland.

Laboratory design, instrumentation, stable isotopes, micropaleontology, sediment traps

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Lisa Osterman osterman [at] usgs.gov

St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center

U.S. Geological Survey

727-502-8084 U.S. Geological Survey St. Petersburg Florida 33701 United States Geologist

Analyses of environmental and coastal change using benthic foraminifers.

climate change, micropaleontology, paleoceanography

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Thomas Osterkamp ffteo [at] uaf.edu

Geophysical Institute

University of Alaska Fairbanks

636-629-0876 833 Highway W W St. Clair Missouri 63077 United States

-Thermal state of permafrost -Thawing of warm permafrost and formation of thermokarst terrain in response to climate change and human activities -Influence of the active layer and snow cover on the thermal regime of permafrost -Subsea permafrost -Ice in lakes and rivers

permafrost, geocryology, ice

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Jens Ostergaard joe [at] asiaq.gl N/A +299-321045 244 Marcy Street Portsmouth New Hampshire 03801 United States

Ionospheric absorption. Auroral and Polar Cap. Arctic climatology. Permafrost and frozen soil engineering.

ionospheric physics, atmospheric physics

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Hlynur Oskarsson hlynur [at] lbhi.is

Environmental Department

Agricultural University of Iceland

+354-433-5245 Keldnaholt Reykjavik IS-112 Iceland Research scientist

Biogeochemistry of Icelandic peatlands and effects of landuse

biogeochemistry, wetland ecology, climate change

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Ludmila Osipova ludos [at] bionet.nsc.ru

Institute of Cytology and Genetics

Russian Academy of Sciences - Siberian Branch

+7-38323-33911 Lavrentyeva ave 10 Novosibirsk 630090 Russian Federation Head, Ph.D.

Human population genetics. Immunogenetics. Ecological genetics. Physiological genetics. Pharmacogenetics. Arctic Research Polar Programs International - U.S./Russia joint collaborative research Y chromosome variation in native human populations of Siberia.

genetics, evolution, demography

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Gordon Osinski gordon.osinski [at] space.gc.ca

Space Sciences

Canadian Space Agency

+1-450-926-4478 6767 Route de l'Aeroport Saint-Hubert Quebec J3Y 8Y9 Canada

Participant in the NASA-led Haughton-Mars Project (www.arctic-mars.org) over the last 3 years. Currently halfway through a 4-year PhD program focused on the geology of the Haughton meteorite impact crater. Devon Island. Nunavut. Canada.

geology

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Gail Osherenko osherenko [at] bren.ucsb.edu

Marine Science Institute

University of California

805-893-7234 Santa Barbara California 93106 United States Research Scientist

Tracing cultural change in northwestern Siberia (in cooperation with ethnographer/anthropologists from Russia). Social and cultural impact of expanded use of the Northern Sea Route. Transformation of property rights in Russia. Sustainable development in the Peipsi (Chudskoye) Lake watershed in the Russian/Estonian borderlands. International institutions and legal regimes for shared resources. People and protected areas (new models for protecting land/water for traditional activities).

law, environmental policy, Native rights

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Mark Osedowski mlol [at] ualberta.ca

Canadian Circumpolar Institute

University of Alberta

780-492-0108 8820 - 112 Street - 3rd Floor Edmonton Alberta T6G 2E1 Canada Research Associate

Health. Perception of risk associated with environmental contaminants in northern aboriginal communities.

cultural anthropology, environmental perception

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Christopher Osburn christopher.osburn [at] nrl.navy.mil

Marine Biogeochemistry Section

US Naval Research Laboratory

202-767-1700 Code 6114 Washington District of Columbia 20375 United States Research Chemist

Influence of the Mackenzie River on the optics and geochemistry of the Beaufort Sea.

biogeochemistry

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