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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Barbara Prezelin barbara [at]

Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology

University of California

805-893-2879-4319 507 Mesa Road Santa Barbara California 93106 United States

Ultraviolet radiation and aquatic primary production.

aquatic ecology, radiation, phytoplankton

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Angelique Prick angelique.prick [at] N/A +47-7902-3322 Malmveien 222 Krokelvdalen N-9022 Norway

Rock weathering in high latitude environmnents rock fall, natural hazards

periglacial environment, permafrost, geomorphology

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Simon Prinsenberg prinsenbergs [at]

Coastal Ocean Sciences

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

902-426-5928 PO Box 1006 Dartmouth Nova Scotia B2Y 4A2 Canada Research Scientist

Freshwater and heat fluxes through the Canadian Archipelago (moorings). Seasonal variability of pack ice fluxes along Lbrador Coast. Ice Beacon and helicopter sensor development to observe pack ice properties. Validation of remotely sensed imagery for pack ice properties. Ice physics (dynamics), remote sensing, and physical oceanography of Canadian arctic and subarctic seas. Pack ice instrumentation platforms (beacons and helicopter sensors).

physical oceanography, sea ice dynamics, sea ice remote sensing

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Peter Prokosch prokosch [at] N/A

Umweltstiftung WWF Deutschland

+49-69-79144-0-133 Postfach 190 440 Frankfurt/Main D-60326 Germany Chief Executive Officer

Directs WWF Arctic Programme and involved - together with our national organizations in the eight Arctic countries - in a number of projects, which are relelated to our following 8 objectives: 1. Disturbance and fragmentation of Arctic habitats and ecosystems is halted if not reversed; 2. Abundant population levels and historic ranges of native species are maintained or restored; 3. Ensure that any use of Arctic wild species is ecologically sustainable; 4. An environment in which the effects of contaminants and climate change on ecosystems and people are significantly reduced; 5. Increase recognition of the global significance of the Arctic; 6. Arctic communities meet their cultural and economic needs, consistent with WWF's conservation objectives; 7. Capacity exists for an environmental movement in the Arctic; 8. Any development is consistent with the other programme objectives. Quarterly conservation newsletter WWF ARCTIC BULLETIN updates frequently on circumpolar environmental policy, management ,and research issues.

environmental policy, biodiversity, bird populations

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Andrey Proshutinsky aproshutinsky [at]

Physical Oceanography

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

508-289-2796 266 Woods Hole Road Woods Hole 02543 United States Senior Scientist

Climate change studies, physical oceanography, numerical modeling of sea ice and water dynamics, atmosphere-ice-ocean interactions, Arctic Ocean tides and internal waves, storm surges, regional oceanography of the arctic seas, Northern Sea Route climatology and navigation conditions, polar meteorology.

climate change, climatology, physical oceanography

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Terry Prowse terry.prowse [at]

Department of Geography - NWRI

University of Victoria

250-472-5169 PO Box 3050 Victoria British Columbia V8W 3P5 Canada Project Chief, Climate Impacts on Hydrology and Aquatic Ecosystems

Hydro-climatic impacts affecting the Peace-Athabasca Catchments and River Delta. Hydro-climatic impacts in the Slave River Delta. Significance of fall freeze-up storage in spring-melt calculations.

hydrology, river ice, climate change

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Matthew Pruis matt [at] N/A

NorthWest Research Associates

425-556-9055 4118 148th Avenue NE Redmond Washington 98052 United States Research Scientist

oceanography, ice modeling, geothermal resources

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William Pruitt pruittjr [at]

Department of Zoology

University of Manitoba

204-435-5573 Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada Professor and Senior Scholar

Winter ecology of northern mammals, especially relations to snow cover. Adaptations of mammals to northern environments. Ecology of the boreal forest (taiga). Winter ecology of Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou).

caribou, cold adaptation

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Monika Pucko umpucko [at]

Clayton H. Ridell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources

Centre of Earth Observation Science

204-983-5008 467 Wallace Building Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada Research Associate


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Gordon Pullar anglp1 [at]

Department of Alaska Native and Rural Development

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-279-2706 2221 East Northern Lights Boulevard Suite 213 Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Director and Assistant Professor

Ethnohistorical research of Alaska Native communities in the former Russian America area.

anthropology, Alaska Native Corporations, ethnohistory

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Erik Pullman epullman [at] N/A

ABR, Inc.—Environmental Research and Services

907-455-6777 PO Box 80410 Fairbanks Alaska 99708 United States Environmental Scientist

plant ecology, mapping

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Jonathan Pundsack pundsack [at]

Polar Geospatial Center

Polar Geospatial Center, University of Minnesota

(612) 625-6331 R280 Learning & Environmental Sciences St. Paul Minnesota 55108 United States Managing Director

Director of Arctic-CHAMP Science Management Office, which helps coordinate the suite of 22-projects of the NSF-ARCSS Freshwater

hydrology, management, biology

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Jaakko Putkonen jaakko.putkonen [at]

Harold Hamm School of Geology and Geological Engineering

University of North Dakota

701-777-3213 Harold Hamm School of Geology and Geological Engineering, University of North Dakota, MS 8358 Grand Forks North Dakota 58202 United States Associate Professor, PhD

-Build understanding of the landscape evolution over short (years) to long (tens of thousands to millions of years) time scales including erosion, transportation, and deposition of sediments.
-Study rain on snow and its distribution and effects on northern ecosystems and ungulates.

periglacial environment, permafrost, quaternary geology, geomorphology

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