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Mette Roensager metr [at]

Department of Eskimology

University of Copenhagen

(+45) 35 32 96 63 Strandgade 100 H Copenhagen DK-1150 Denmark Ph.D.-student, MA in Eskimology, nurse

The Greenlandic midwives 1820-1925, focus on the status and social position as well as focus on midwives as middlemen between the Danish officials and the Greenlanders

ethnohistory, Inuit

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Walter Roest roest [at]

Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

613-992-1546 615 Booth Street Ottawa Ontario K1A 0E9 Canada Geophysicist

Canada Basin, Eurasia Basin, and Baffin Bay seafloor spreading history. Geodynamics of Northeast Asia. Nares Strait. Aeromagnetic and gravity analysis.

geophysics, geodynamics

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Juergen Roettger roettger [at] N/A

Max-Planck-Institut fuer Aeronomie

+49-555-697-9163 Max-Planck-Str 2 Katlenburg-Lindau D-37191 Germany Adjunct Professor

Auroral studies, plasma physics, ionospheric physics, meteorites. SOUSY, Svalbard Radar for atmospheric research to study weather, winds, waves, and turbulence in the polar region. MST VHF radar. Polar atmosphere. Global climate change.

aeronomy, atmospheric physics, arctic science policy

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Jeffery Rogers rogers.21 [at]

Department of Geography

The Ohio State University

614-292-0148 1036 Derby Hall Columbus Ohio 43210 United States Professor

Comparison of modern climate data to the record of climate contained in proxy records such as Greenland ice cores. Role of weather systems and the mean atmospheric circulation in the movement and distribution of Atlantic sea ice on daily and monthly time scales. Role of storm track variations in heat and moisture transport into the Arctic and its role in recent Arctic climate variability.

air-sea-ice interactions, climate change, sea ice

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Odd Rogne oddr [at] N/A

IPY International Programme Office and Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)

+47-97-71-83-15 Th. Kittelsensvei 1 Oslo N-0379 Norway Senior Adviser

economics, management

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Vladimir Romanov romanov [at]

The Russian Ministry for Science and Technology, Division for the Atmosphere-Ocean Interaction Studies

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute

+7-812-352-2950 38 Bering Street St. Petersburg 199397 Russian Federation

Atmospheric planetary boundary layer parameterization for GCM, respecting the interaction with land, ice, snow, and ocean and in connection with the arctic features; diagnosis of the atmospheric circulation climate statistics, development of the intermediate complexity climate models, study of the climate structures and decadal oscillations, atmospheric eddy transports, synoptic eddy variability. Work with diagnostic studies and modeling of the processes that are responsible for the atmospheric climate structures state and changes as well as the nature of the decadal oscillations (NAO, AO).

air-sea-ice interactions, atmospheric physics, climate modeling

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Nikolai Romanovskii nromanovsky [at]

Department of Geocryology

Moscow State University

+7-095-939-1937 Vorobyovy Gory Moscow 119899 Russian Federation Professor, Doctor of Science

Hydrogeology. Participated in Joint Russian-German projects "Laptev Sea System," "System Laptev Sea 2000." Have scholarship of Joint Russian-German Otto Schmidt Laboratory (2000-2001 & 2001-2002), and is CoPI of grant National Science Foundation, Grant No. 9985826.

engineering geology, geocryology

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Vladimir Romanovsky veromanovsky [at]

Geophysical Institute

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7459 903 Koyukuk Drive Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor

Permafrost geophysics, with particular emphasis on the ground thermal regime, active layer and permafrost processes, and the relationships between permafrost, hydrology, biota, and climate. Scientific and practical aspects of environmental and engineering problems involving ice and permafrost including: problems in the areas of soil physics, thermodynamics, heat and mass flow, and growth and decay processes that are associated with permafrost, subsea permafrost, seasonally frozen ground, and seasonal snow cover.

global change, permafrost, soil physics

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Emmajean Rombach fsept [at]

Department of Biology and Wildlife

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-5031 1323 Grey Fox Court Fairbanks Alaska 99712 United States Graduate Student

Nutritional physiology and requirements during reproduction in arctic ungulates. Currently conducting research on trace mineral requirements for reproduction in muskoxen.

nutrition, physiology, biochemistry

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Michael Romero mromero [at]

Department of Biology

Tufts University

617-627-3378 Medford Massachusetts 02155 United States Assistant Professor

endocrinology, comparative physiology, neurobiology

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Gerald Romick gerry.romick [at]

Applied Physics Laboratory - Space Department

Johns Hopkins University

443-778-6353 11100 Johns Hopkins Road Laurel Maryland 20723 United States Senior Research Scientist

Auroral spectroscopy from ground and Space Ozone height profiles from Satellite Stellar Occultation Observations over the Arctic.

aeronomy, auroral studies, atmospheric sciences

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Steven Roof sroof [at]

School of Natural Science

Hampshire College

413-559-5667 893 West Street Amherst Massachusetts 01002 United States Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Science

Holocene and recent climate change. Modern glacier processess. Lacustrine records of Holocene climate change.

geology, glacial geology, climate change

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James Rooney jrooney [at] N/A

J & F Rooney, LLC

907-276-4502 1600 Scenic Way Anchorage Alaska 99501 United States President

-Frozen ground thermal change and influence on design and site infrastructure. Includes assessment of landforms, stability and soil property characteristics. -Member - N.A.S. Polar Research Board, 2007 to 2010 President -US Permafrost Association - 2010

civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, permafrost engineering

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E. Fred Roots fred.roots [at]

Institute for Environmental Monitoring and Research

Environment Canada

819-997-2393 6790 East Sooke Road Sooke British Columbia V0S 1N0 Canada Science Advisor Emeritus

International polar and bipolar research. United Nations Northern Sciences Network. International Arctic Science Committee.

science management, climate change, environmental assessment

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James Rose jrose [at]

Department of Geography

Royal Holloway-University of London

+44-178-444-3807 Egham Surrey TW20 0EX United Kingdom Professor

Glacial geology and paleoglaciology. Quaternary geology, quaternary tratigraphy.

glacial geology, glacial geomorphology, paleogeography

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Ian Rose roseia [at]

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

Oregon State University

541-737-1955 210 Snell Hall Corvallis Oregon 97331 United States

Monitoring of seabird populations on St. Lawrence Island, AK, specifically those surrounding the village of Savoonga. The diet of planktivorous and piscivorous seabirds on the island has been shown to be tied to large-scale ocean conditions and local sea ice dynamics. My primary interest is in further understanding these links, as well as their consequences for the St. Lawrence Island Yup'ik people.

seabirds, zooplankton, Yup'ik Eskimo language

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John Rose-Hansen johnrh [at]

Geological Institute

University of Copenhagen

+45-3532-2409 Øster Voldgade 10 Copenhagen K DK-1350 Denmark Associate Professor

Economic geology. Conditions of formation of rocks in Greenland (alkaline rocks, Ilimaussaq complex and gabbroic rocks, Skaergaard intrusion, platinum mineralisations).

igneous petrology, environmental geology

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Theodore Rosenberg rosenberg [at]

Institute for Physical Science and Technology

University of Maryland College Park

301-405-4895 Computer and Space Sciences Building College Park Maryland 20742 United States

Operate riometers to study the absorption of HF cosmic radio noise by the ionosphere. Installations in Gakona, Alaska; Sondrestrom Greenland; and Iqaluit, NWT, Canada.

magnetospheric physics, ionospheric physics, auroral studies

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Danny Rosenkrans danny_rosenkrans [at]

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve

National Park Service (NPS)

907-822-7228 PO Box 439 Copper Center Alaska 99573 United States Superintendent

Geomorphology of Kennicott Basin. Fluvial systems geomorphology. Geochemistry of ore deposits and mined areas.

resource management, geology, mining

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Julie Ross julesross [at]

Department of Anthropology

University of Toronto

416-978-4005 100 St George Street Toronto Ontario M5S 3G3 Canada

Greenland and Siberia environmental archaeology. Presently working on paleo-topography of the Ekalluk River Region, Victoria Island, Nunavut.

anthropology, archaeology

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Michael Rossmann mgr [at]

Department of Biological Sciences

Purdue University

765-494-4911 1392 Lilly Hall of Life Sciences West Lafayette Indiana 47907 United States Hanley Prof of biological Sciences

Currently working on a Saltonstall Kennedy grant funded project to evaluate the Cook Inlet Regional Salmon Enhancement Plan 1981-2000. Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association works as a member of the Regional Planning Team made up of Board of Directors from non-profit aquaculture organizations, staff from Alaska Department of Fish and Game and members of the public.

science management, computer modeling

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Gustav Rossnes gustav.rossnes [at]

Department for Buildings, Monuments and Sites

Directorate for Cultural Heritage

+47-2294-0477 PO Box 8196 Oslo N-0034 Norway Senior Executive Officer

Summer hunting and winter trapping on Svalbard by Russians (Pomors) and Norwegians in the 19th and 20th centuries.

ethnology, hunting, landscape ecology

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Gordon Rostoker rostoker [at]

Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory

Nagoya University

+81-53389-5182 Honohara 3-13 Toyokawa 442-8507 Japan Professor

Studies of magnetospheric substorms. Space weather prediction techniques.

space physics, auroral studies, magnetospheric physics

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Mitchell Roth ffmgr [at]

Mathematical Sciences Department

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7098 PO Box 756660 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Visualization of Volcanic Ash Clouds. Advanced Visualization System for CRAY T3D.


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Lorna Roth l.roth [at]

Department of Communication Studies

Concordia University - Loyola Campus

+1-514-933-8369 7141 Sherbrooke Street W Montreal Quebec H4B 1R6 Canada Associate Professor

Broadcasting policy and history. In the process of completing a history/policy book on First Peoples Television in Canada.

communications, community development, cultural policy

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