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R. Lawrence Phillips larryp [at]

Climate Change

U.S. Geological Survey

415-354-3113 345 Middlefield Road Menlo Park California 94025 United States Geologist

Arctic Ocean, Eurasian Basin, Chukchi Sea. Climate history of the Arctic Basin.

marine sedimentology, paleoclimatology, climate change

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Ryan Phillips ryan.phillips [at]


Memorial University of Newfoundland

709-737-8371 St. John’s A1B 3X5 Canada

Ice/structure interaction. Frost heave/thaw settlement modeling of pipelines. Pipeline design to resist ice gouges.

geotechnical engineering, ice/structure interaction, permafrost

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Elizabeth Phillips emp11 [at] N/A 206-221-5459 School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Seattle Washington 98195 United States PhD Candidate

I am a graduate student at the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, but spent almost a decade in the two other west coast states (Santa Cruz, California; Astoria, Oregon) before returning to Seattle, Washington in September 2011 to start my doctoral work. Throughout my career, I have found myself working my way down the food chain (not literally!). I started with killer whales population dynamics, moved onto harbor seal dietary studies, and now am focusing on seabirds, salmon and forage fish. If you can't guess, my research interests are broad, and I am generally interested in describing and quantifying marine ecological processes - especially predator-prey and trophic interactions.

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Gareth Phoenix g.phoenix [at]

Animal and Plant Sciences

+44-0-114-222-0082 Department of Animal and Plant Sciences Sheffield S10 2TN United Kingdom Professor of Plant and Global Change Ecology

Arctic browning, impacts of extreme climatic events on arctic ecosystems, consequences for carbon cycling and feedback to climate.
Ecosystem protection of permafrost; importance of ecosystem characteristics to active layer depth.
Ecosystem controls on CO2 and CH4 emissions.

Terrestrial ecosystems, effects of climate change, plant ecology, biogeochemistry

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Caroline Pickles caroline.pickles [at]

East Greenland Project

Cambridge Arctic Shelf Programme (CASP)

+44-1223-337100 Gravel Hill - West Building Cambridge CB3 0DJ United Kingdom

Cretaceous-tertiary structural evolution of East Greenland.

structural geology, geochronology, geology

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J. Steven Picou spicou [at]

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

University of South Alabama

334-460-6347 Humanitics Building Mobile Alabama 36688 United States Professor and Chair

Ten-year longitudinal study of social impacts of Exxon Valdez oil spill.

sociology, social change

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Agnieszka Piechota alulek [at]

Department of Geomorphology

University of Silesia, Faculty of Earth Sciences

+48-32291-8381 ul. Bedzinska 60 Sosnowiec 41-200 Poland Master of Science

Modeling of subglacial drainage

glaciology, geomorphology, geographic information systems

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Jan Piechura piechura [at]

Institute of Oceanology

Polish Academy of Sciences

+48-58-551-7281 Powstancow Warszawy 55 Sopot 81-712 Poland

Norwegian-Barents Sea exchanges (association to VEINS project). Dense winter waters in the Storfjord region. West Spitsbergen Current (association to VEINS project). Arctic Front in the Norwegian and Greenland seas. Deep convection.

physical oceanography, ocean circulation, marine geophysics

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Reinhard Pienitz reinhard.pienitz [at]

Department of Geography

Université Laval

418-656-2131 ext 7006 Centre d’Etudes Nordiques Québec City Quebec G1V 0A6 Canada Professor

Effects of climate warming and ozone depletion on the underwater light fields of northern lakes. Treeline dynamics of northern circumpolar regions. Paleolimnological history of lakes in arctic regions. Responses of high-latitude aquatic food webs to global change. Environmental trend analysis for drinking water reservoirs and streams. Diatom analysis, chironomid analysis at northern treeline in Quebec and Labrador, Yukon and Alaska, Canadian West Coast, New England and Canadian Arctic.

paleolimnology, paleoecology, paleoclimatology

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Dieter Piepenburg dieter.piepenburg [at]

Functional Ecology

Kie University

+49-471-4831-1212 Am Handelshafen 12 Bremerhaven Bremen 27570 Germany Working Group Head

Benthic ecology; Biodiversity of Arctic benthos; Modeling carbon flux pathways.

marine biology, benthic ecology, zoology

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Karsten Piepjohn k.piepjohn [at]

Geological Institute

Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources

+49-511-643-3236 Stilleweg 2 Hannover 30655 Germany

geology, structural geology, mapping

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Alain Pietroniro al.pietroniro [at]

Aquatic Ecosystem Impacts Research Branch

National Water Research Institute National Hydrology Research Centre

+1-306-975-4394 11 Innovation Boulevard Saskatoon Saskatchewan S7N 3H5 Canada Research Scientist

water resources engineering hydrological modelling and systems geographic information systems remote sensing coupling of hydrological and atmospheric models; remote sensing applications in environmental modelling and monitoring climate change impacts on water resources


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Lee Pigage lee.pigage [at]

Yukon Geology Program

Yukon Economic Development

+1-867-667-8192 Box 2703 - F-3 Whitehorse Yukon Territory Y1A 2C6 Canada Project Geologist

Geology field mapping near Faro, Yukon and in La Biche map sheet (southeast Yukon).

geology, mapping, tectonics

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Mary Jane Pilgrim mpilgrim [at]

Division of Environmental Health - State Chemistry Laboratory

Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation

907-790-2169 10107 Bentwood Place Juneau Alaska 99801 United States Chemist

Cold climate bioremediation. Environmental identification of Alaska-specific petroleum products. Trace level analysis of arctic pollutants. Toxicology of environmental contaminants (esp. organics, esp. children).

environmental chemistry, toxicology

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Jean-Luc Pilon jean-luc.pilon [at]

Research Division - First Peoples and Early Canada

Canadian Museum of Civilization

819-776-8192 100 Laurier Street Gatineau Quebec K1A 0M8 Canada Curator, Central Archaeology

Early Fur Trade History in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario

archaeology, human adaptation

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Claude Pinard pinardc [at] N/A +1-438-404-3618 12524 rue odette Oligny Montreal Quebec H4J 2R4 Canada Contractual

Eastern Arctic prehistory, principal area of research Nunavik and Nunavut. Palaeo-Eskimo and Neo-Eskimo cultures, Historic Inuit.

archaeology, anthropology, prehistory

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Jean-Paul Pinard jpinard [at]

Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

University of Alberta

867-393-2977 703 Wheeler Street Whitehorse Yukon Territory Y1A 5M6 Canada

Assessment of wind energy resources in the Yukon.

energy resources, atmospheric sciences

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Chien-Lu Ping cping [at]

School of Natural Resources & Agriculture

Palmer Research Center University of Alaska

907-746-9462 533 East Fireweed Avenue Palmer Alaska 99645 United States Professor

Genesis and classification of permafrost soils. Wetland soils associated with permafrost. Characterization of soil organic matter in tundra soils and evaluation of its bioavailability. Alpine soils.

soil science, soil processes, soil chemistry

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Robert Pinkel rpinkel [at]

Marine Physical Laboratory - Scripps Institution of Oceanography

University of California

858-534-2056 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla California 92093 United States

Arctic internal waves. Arctic Mesoscale eddies. Upper ocean mixing, heat and momentum fluxes. Arctic instrumentation.

physical oceanography, acoustics

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James Pinto pinto [at]

Department of Aerospace Engineering

University of Colorado

303-492-3341 Campus Box 429 Boulder Colorado 80309 United States Research Associate

Using a column climate model and SHEBA data to assess and improve the parameterization of physical processes in the Arctic.

meteorology, climate modeling, radiation

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Robert Piorkowski robert.piorkowski [at]

Commercial Fisheries Division

Alaska Department of Fish and Game

907-465-6109 PO Box 25526 Juneau Alaska 99802 United States Scientific Program Manager

Technical Sub-Committee member of the Coastal Marine Institute. Bering Sea fisheries harvest information-collection and analysis. Freshwater nutrient inputs by salmon carcasses. The effect of placer mining on stream macroninvertebrate populations. Law-the power of an individual to effect change for the good. Aquatic and terrestrial non-indigenous species - point person for Alaska. Mariculture operations in Alaska.

aquatic ecology, fisheries, mariculture

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David Piper piper [at]

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

902-426-5387 PO Box 1006 Dartmouth Nova Scotia B2Y 4A2 Canada

Pleistocene ice-margin marine sedimentation processes, including in the area off Hudson Strait.

marine geology, quaternary geology, stratigraphy

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Roberta Pirazzini roberta.pirazzini [at]

Department of Physical Oceanography

Finnish Institute of Marine Research

+358-9-6139492 PL 33 - Lyypekinkuja 3 A Helsinki FIN-00931 Finland Scientist

Cloud radiation forcing and lateral heat advection over the Arctic in winter

atmospheric physics, radiation, snow physics

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Michael Pirrung mipirrung [at]

Institut für Geowissenschaften

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-3641-948-644 Burgweg 11 Jena D-07749 Germany

European Nordic seas, Atlantic Ocean, Southern Ocean. Physical properties of deep sea sediments. Magnetic susceptibility. Interhemispheric correlations. Last 500 resp. 140 kyrs. Dansgaard-Oeschger and Bond cycles.

geology, sedimentology

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Richard Pittenger rpittenger [at]


Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

508-289-2597 MS-39 Woods Hole Massachusetts 02540 United States Special assistant for strategic planning

logistics, arctic science policy, acoustics

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