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

Amiq Institute

403-678-5027 276 Three Sisters Drive Canmore Alberta T1W 2M7 Canada Researcher

Impact of development on human communities of the Bering Sea, and in turn their impact on their natural communities (specifically, comparing Pribilof Islands, Alaska to Commander Islands, Russia). Aleut cultures and their island ecosystem. Bering Sea bioregion: island ecosystems, island botany, fur seals, seabirds, involuntary social change, animal rights, religious beliefs, psychology.

Aleut culture, human/environment interaction

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James Swift jswift [at]

Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO)

University of California at San Diego

858-534-3387 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla California 92093 United States Researcher

Circulation and origin of Arctic Ocean and Nordic Seas water masses. Denmark Strait overflow water mass origins and history. 3-50 year variability in water mass properties. High Latitude physical oceanography. World ocean circulation. Physical oceanography measurement and interpretation.

physical oceanography, ocean circulation, oceanography

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Daniel Swift swift [at]

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7507 PO Box 755919 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor Emeritus

The Earth's magnetosphere and relation to aurora. The methodology is numerical simulation of plasma processes in space.

space physics, plasma physics, magnetospheric physics

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Calvin Swift klemyk [at]

Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory

University of Massachusetts

413-545-2136 Box 34410 Amherst Massachusetts 01003 United States

Radar altimeter measurements of the Greenland ice sheet (NASA). Radar and passive microwave observation of sea ice (ONR).

remote sensing

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Heather Swystun hswystun [at] N/A

University of Northern British Columbia

867-777-3834 Box 1864 Inuvik Northwest Territories X0E 0T0 Canada Student

Tundra Swan reproduction and habitat use.

ecology, ornithology, biology

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Geir Systad geir.systad [at]

Department of Arctic Ecology

Norwegian Institute of Nature Research (NINA)

+47-7775-0417 Polar Environmental Centre Tromsø N-9296 Norway

Feeding ecology, distribution, and survival of arctic sea ducks. Distribution of seabirds in open sea, related to environmental factors. Monitoring of breeding seabirds in Norway.

avian ecology, environmental impact assessment, geographic information systems

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James Syvitski james.syvitski [at]

Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR)

University of Colorado

303-735 5482 4001 Discovery Drive Boulder Colorado 80309 United States Director

Arctic hydrology as affected by climate change. Geophysical signatures of glacimarine and glacigenic sediments on continental margins. Flocculation of sediment fronting tidewater glaciers. Numerical modelling ice sheet dynamics.

marine science, sedimentology, global change

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Witold Szczuciński witek [at]

Institute of Geology

Adam Mickiewicz University

+48-61-829-6025 ul. Bogumiła Krygowskiego 12 Poznan wielkopolskie 61-680 Poland professor

Carbon burial rates and fluxes in polar fjords; Sedimentation and sediment accumulation rates in glacimarine environment; Iceberg-roll generated waves; Tsunami; Svalbard; Greenland

sedimentology, geochemistry, geohazards, marine geology, Quaternary geology,

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