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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Richard Reanier reanier [at] N/A

Reanier and Associates

206-323-8450 1807 32nd Avenue Seattle Washington 98122 United States

Paleoindian occupations of norhtern Alaska. Ipiutak and Late Prehistoric adaptation. Late Glacial climate and environmental change. Geoarchaeology.

archaeology, quaternary paleoecology, soil science

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Bruce Ream bar [at] N/A

Hart Crowser Inc

907-276-7475 2550 Denali Anchorage Alaska 99503 United States

Archaeological mitigation of the historic Fairbanks waterfront. Asbestos and lead-paint surveys of Alaska military family housing units. RI/FS historical support for former WW-II military sites.

archaeology, environmental assessment, hazardous substances

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Martha Raynolds mkraynolds [at]

Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6720 PO Box 757000 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Research Associate

vegetation mapping, tundra ecology, arctic biogeography

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Nick Rayner

Meteorological Office

Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research

+44-1344-854063 London Road Berkshire RS12 2SY United Kingdom

Creating an homogenised record of sea-ice concentration for 1871 onwards.

climate change, sea ice

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Julie Raymond-Yakoubian juliery [at] N/A

Kawerak, Inc.

907-443-4273 PO Box 924 Girdwood Alaska 99587 United States Social Science Program Director

human-environment/human-animal relationships in the Bering Strait region of Alaska; research impacts on indigenous communities; research methods

cultural anthropology, traditional knowledge, archival research, archaeology

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Charles Raymond charlie [at]

Department of Earth and Space Sciences

University of Washington

206-685-3829 PO Box 351310 Seattle Washington 98195 United States

Effect of hydrological processes on basal conditions and flow of glaciers. Glacier climate relationships.

glaciology, geophysics

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James Raymond raymond [at]

Department of Biological Sciences

University of Nevada

702-895-3268 Biological Sciences 4004 Las Vegas Nevada 89154 United States

Cold adaptation in fishes. Antifreezes. Organic osmolytes. Interactions between sea ice algae and sea ice. Sea ice diatoms.

cold adaptation, sea ice biota, algae

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Gleb Raygorodetsky glebr [at]

Center for Environmental Research Conservation

Columbia University

212-854-8186 1200 Amsterdam Avenue New York New York 10027 United States Fellow

Biodiversity assessment and monitoring in the volcanoes of Kamchatka World Heritage Site, Russia using traditional ecological knowledge.

biodiversity, traditional knowledge and wisdom, human/environment interaction

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Shelly Rayback srayback [at]

Department of Geography

University of Vermont

802-656-3019 215 Old Mill Burlington Vermont 05405 United States Assistant Professor

Cassiope tetragona (arctic white heather) and Cassiope mertensiana (white mountain heather), climate reconstruction, stable isotope analysis, ArcticNet, International Tundra Experiment.

dendrochronology, climate change, biogeography

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Michael Rawlins rawlins [at]

Department of Earth Sciences

Dartmouth College

603-646-3574 N/A United States

Arctic surface air temperature and precipitation. Arctic tropospheric air temperature structure.

climatology, environmental sciences, geoclimatology

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Milla Rautio milla.rautio [at]

Dépt de Biologie

University du Quebec, Chicoutimi

+1-418-545-5011 555, boulevard de l'universite Chicoutimi Quebec G7H 2B1 Canada

My research interests include the distribution of zooplankton in northern lakes and ponds, the response of zooplankton to ultraviolet radiation, and the benthic-pelagic coupling in shallow subarctic and arctic ponds. I do my work both in subarctic Finland (KilpisjÌÛrvi 69åπN, 21åπE) and Canada (Kuujjuarapik 55åπN, 77åπW), and arctic Canada (Resolute 75åπN, 98åπW). During the last years I have undertaken research in the EU projects MOLAR and EMERGE on topics covering several limnological aspects and in particular zooplankton dynamics.

limnology, global change, zooplankton

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Frank Rau frank.rau [at]

Department of Physical Geography

University of Freiburg

+49-761-2033-550 Werderring 4 Freiburg D-79085 Germany

Traill Island. Northeast Greenland. Antarctic Peninsula.

climate change, glaciology, landscape ecology

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Natalia Ratchkovski natasha [at]

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7309 PO Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Research Assistant

seismology, tectonophysics, geophysics

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Edward Rastetter erastett [at]

Ecosystems Center

Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL)

508-289-7483 7 MBL Street Woods Hole Massachusetts 02543 United States Senior Scientist

C-N interactions.

modeling, biogeochemistry

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Rasmus Rasmussen rasmus [at]

North Atlantic Regional Studies (NORS)

Roskilde University 21.2

+45-4674-2137 PO Box 260 Roskilde DK-4000 Denmark Associate Professor

Conditions for sustainable development in the Arctic. Circumpolar settlement development.

sustainable development, community development, human settlements

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Erland Rasmussen ebr [at]

Marine Impacts Department

Danish Hydraulic Institute

+45-4517-9100 Agern Allé 5 Horsholm DK-2970 Denmark Head of Department

Arctic Ocean. Coupled air-sea-ice modeling. Formation of deep water in the Greenland Sea. Thermohaline circulation.

modeling, oceanography, sea ice modeling

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Jeffrey Rasic jeff_rasic [at]

Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve

National Park Service

907-455-0632 4175 Geist Road Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States Archeologist

Prehistoric hunter-gatherer adaptations in Arctic Alaska. Peopling of the new world. Pleistocene-Holocene climate change.

archaeology, prehistory, human behavior

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Morten Rasch mras [at]

Department of Bioscience

Aarhus University

+45-2322-7109 Frederiksborgvej 399 Aarhus 8000 Denmark

Ecosystem monitoring. Arctic geomorphology, coastal geomorphology. Quaternary geology. Holocene relative sea-level changes.

geography, geomorphology

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Phil Rasch philip.rasch [at]

Atmospheric Sciences & Global Change Division

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

509-372-4464 PO Box 999 Richland Washington 99352 United States Chief Scientist View Full Profile
Satu Rasanen satu.rasanen [at]

Geography Department

University of Oulu

+358-8-5531712 POBox 3000 Oulu 90014 Finland MSc

palynology, paleoecology, geography

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Joerg Rapp joerg.rapp [at]

Global Precipitation Climatology Centre (GPCC)

Deutscher Wetterdienst

+49-69-80622875 PO Box 10 04 65 Offenbach/Main D-63004 Germany

ACSYS-Arctic Precipitation Data Archive (APDA).

climatology, hydrology

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Jon Ranson jon.ranson [at]

Goddard Space Flight Center

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

301-614-6650 Biopspheric Science Branch Greenbelt Maryland 20771 United States Branch Head

Studying ecosystem change and response to climate in Siberian high latitude forests. Interested in permafrost change and impacts on ecosystems and feedbacks to climate. We are working extensively with Sukachev Institute of Forest in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

forest ecology, remote sensing, climate change

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Tuija Rankama trankama [at]

Department of Archaeology

University of Helsinki

+358-40-518-6823 Isonpellonkuja 6 Veikkola FI-02880 Finland

The Lapland Pioneers project studies the earliest eastern immigration to northern Lapland, with a starting point in the Sujala site in Utsjoki, Finland. The project is currently (2009-2014) funded by the Academy of Finland. The Sujala site is a short-time camp with a large blade production assemblage unique in Finland and northern Scandinavia. The research topics include blade technology, paleoenvironment, colonization, and comparative research of the blade assemblages in neighboring countries.

archaeology, anthropology, human adaptation

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David Randall randall [at]

Department of Atmospheric Science

Colorado State University

970-491-8474 200 West Lake Street Fort Collins Colorado 80523 United States Chief Editor, Journal of Climate-American Meteorological Society

Modeling of the large-scale structure of boundary layer clouds over sea ice, to understand the interaction of the two.

atmospheric sciences, climate modeling, meteorology

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Cora Randall cora.randall [at]

Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics

University of Colorado

303-492-8208 Campus Box 392 Boulder Colorado 80309 United States

Polar Ozone and Aerosol Measurement (POAM) team member.

atmospheric chemistry, atmospheric physics, remote sensing

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