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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Mark Tschudi mark.tschudi [at]

CCAR, Aerospace Engineering

University of Colorado Boulder

303-492-8274 CCAR, CB 431 Boulder Colorado 80309 United States

sea ice motion, sea ice age, sea ice thickness

sea ice, remote sensing

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Carl Tscherning cct [at]

Department of Geophysics

University of Copenhagen

+45-3532-0582 Juliane Maries Vej 39 Copenhagen Ø DK-2100 Denmark Professor and Secretary General

Greenland, Arctic Ocean - for IAG both Arctic and Antarctic.

geodesy, remote sensing

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Si-Chee Tsay tsay [at]

Laboratory for Atmospheric Research Goddard Space Flight Center

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

301-286-9710 Mail Code 913 Greenbelt Maryland 20771 United States

Aerosol, clouds, snow/sea ice and radiation in the arctic.

atmospheric sciences, radiation remote sensing, climate change

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Costas Tsatsoulis tsatsoul [at]

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

University of Kansas

913-864-7749 Snow Hall Lawrence Kansas 66045 United States

Analysis of SAR sea ice imagery (aircraft, ERS-1, RADARSAT).

sea ice remote sensing, modeling, information systems/technology

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Morten Tryland morten.tryland [at]

Arctic Infection Biology

Norwegian School of Veterinary Science (The)

+47-7762-5215 Stakkevollveien 23 Tromsø N-9010 Norway DVM, Ph.D., Professor

Viral infections in reindeer and other arctic terrestrial and marine mammals.

marine mammals, virology, reindeer

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Andrew Trupin trupin [at]

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Vassar College

914-437-7081 Box 154 Poughkeepsie New York 12601 United States

Effects of ice sheet mass balance on earth rotation and gravity. Thermal expansion and general circulation effects on sea level.

geophysics, glaciology, global change

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Francois Trudel francois.trudel [at]


Université Laval

418-656-2131 ext 3039 Pavillon Charles De Koninck - Bureau 3411 Ste-Foy Quebec G1K 7P4 Canada Director

Historical anthropology. Anthropology of memory. Nunavut and nunavik. Anthropology of development.

ethnohistory, Inuit culture, northern studies

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Janett Trubatch anjlt [at]

Research and Graduate Studies

University of Alaska Anchorage

907-786-1099 3211 Providence Drive ADM 214 Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies

neurobiology, physics

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Trond Trosterud trond.trosterud [at]

Department of Finnish

University of Tromsø

+47-7764-4763 Humanistisk Fakultet Tromsø N-9037 Norway cand. philol.

Linguistic morphology. The grammatical structure of Samoyedic and Ugric languages. Language technology for various Sami languages.


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Stein Tronstad tronstad [at]

Polar Environmental Management

Norwegian Polar Institute

+47-7775-0564 Polarmiljøsenteret Tromsø N-9296 Norway Section Head

data management, remote sensing, geographic information systems

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Simon Troelstra s.r.troelstra [at]

Cluster Earth and Climate

VU University Amsterdam

+31-205-98-72-92 De Boelelaan 1085 Amsterdam 1081 HV Netherlands Researcher

NORCLIM investigates the relation between natural climate change and human activities in the Arctic during the last 2000 years. Areas: Newfoundland, West Greenland, Svalbard.

paleoceanography, paleoclimatology, paleoecology

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Don Triplehorn ffdmt [at]

Department of Geology and Geophysics

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-6891 Box 755780 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States

Tonsteins (altered volcanic ash layers associated with coal). Coal in Alaska. Radiometric dating of ancient volcanic ash layers.

geology, sedimentology

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Aradhna Tripati atri02 [at]

Department of Earth Sciences

University of Cambridge

44-01223-333442 Downing Street Cambridge CB2 3EQ United Kingdom

Past Arctic climate (Early Cenozoic)

paleoclimatology, geochemistry

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Erhard Treude treude-muenster [at]

Department of Economic Geography

+49-251-5340828 Coerdestr. 9 Munster 48147 Germany

Reindeer husbandry.

economic geography, circumpolar cultures, animal husbandry

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Kevin Trenberth trenbert [at]

Climate Analysis Section

National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

303-497-1318 1850 Table Mesa Drive Boulder Colorado 80303 United States Distinguished senior scientist

Co-chair of CLIVAR Research Focus Panel: “Consistency between planetary energy balance and ocean heat storage (CONCEPT-HEAT)”,

climate change, atmospheric sciences, climate modeling

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Bruno Tremblay tremblay [at]

Department of Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences

McGill University

+1-514-398-4369 N/A Adjunct Research Scientist

Sea ice model comparison project.

climate modeling, sea ice modeling

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Marc-Adélard Tremblay matrem [at] N/A 418-653-5411 835, rue de la Nouvelle-Orléans Sainte-Foy Quebec G1X 3J4 Canada Ph.D.

Native government.

cultural anthropology, arctic science policy, Native issues

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Paul Treitz paul.treitz [at]

Department of Geography and Planning

Queen's University

+1-613-533-6448 68 University Avenue Kingston Ontario K7L 3N6 Canada Professor

Arctic tundra and boreal forest environments account for a large proportion of Canada's land surface and are important systems within the context of global climate change research. These northern environments are thought to be particularly sensitive to changes in climate, yet it remains unclear as to how these environments will respond. It is expected that any alterations in arctic tundra and boreal forest ecosystem function associated with increased temperatures will be expressed through shifts in plant phenology (i.e., vegetation growth patterns with season), species composition, and abundance. Remote sensing provides a means for monitoring these shifts, with the potential to characterize biophysical variables that control carbon fluxes over landscapes or regions.

Our research focuses on the estimation and mapping of biophysical variables for northern terrestrial landscapes. In addition to the obvious impacts of increasing air temperatures, there are a number of factors that serve as controls on vegetation growth in the Canadian Arctic, including soil moisture, nutrient availability, soil type and topography/micro-topography, some of which are also impacted by warming temperatures. The variability and distribution of these environmental controls contribute to a highly heterogeneous vegetation cover. High spatial resolution remote sensing provides an opportunity to estimate and monitor this variability, with the potential to quantify biophysical variables that control carbon fluxes over large areas. However, detailed in situ studies are required for calibration and validation of appropriate remote sensing models to estimate these variables. The focus of our research is on modeling biophysical variables at multiple scales across a latitudinal gradient (~63°-77°N) for the Canadian Arctic; serving as a temperature gradient of approximate 10°C for mean-July temperatures - a surrogate for a warming climate. We are carrying out this research at Cape Bounty (75ºN), Melville Island; Boothia Peninsula (71ºN); and the Apex River, Baffin Island (63ºN), Nunavut.

Estimating biophysical variables for forested ecosystems represents a three-dimensional problem given the structural components of a forest ecosystem are distributed vertically as well as horizontally. Our current emphasis in the forest sector is on the modelling of biophysical variables (e.g. volume, biomass) and services (habitat suitability) for forest ecosystems using airborne light detection and ranging (LiDAR). LiDAR captures three-dimensional information on forest structure (e.g., canopy height) and provides significant potential for volume and biomass estimation using forest allometry. Analysis and development of LiDAR height and density metrics is being conducted to determine how three-dimensional surfaces of the forest canopy and terrain can be created and utilized to predict the structural (and functional) nature of forest stands. We are currently involved in a national research program examining the modelling of forest biophysical variables as well as the transferability of these models across different forested environments.

remote sensing of biophysical variables, climate change, light detection and ranging (LiDAR)

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Oleg Tregubov tregubov [at]

Regional geoecology and geocriology

Russian Academy of Sciences

7-42722- 26737 Energeticov Street 15 Anadyr, Chukotka 689000 Russian Federation Manager of laboratory

ecosystem modeling

environmental sciences, biogeochemistry, cryospheric interactions

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Renate Treffeisen rtreff [at]

Department of Physics and Chemistry of the Atmosphere

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-331-288-2167 N/A Germany Head of climate office

air pollution, atmospheric sciences, atmospheric physics

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Margaret Treble margaret.treble [at]

Arctic Research Division

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

+1-204-984-0985 501 University Crescent Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N6 Canada Stock Assessment Biologist

Deap sea fisheries; Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides)

marine fisheries, stock assessment

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Stephen Treacy steve_treacy [at] N/A

U.S. Minerals Management Service (MMS)

907-334-5200 3801 Centerpoint Drive Anchorage Alaska 99508 United States Senior Wildlife Biologist

Bowhead Whale Aerial Survey Project.

marine mammals, whale habitat, endangered species

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Stephen Traynor stephen.traynor [at]

Land Administration

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

+1-204-983-2474 PO Box 1500 Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 2R3 Canada Regional Director General

Eskers research in the Slave Geological province for potential use in industrial infrastructure and environmental protection.

geomorphology, environmental assessment, permafrost terrains

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Dmitri Travin d.travin [at]

Ocean Services/IDNDR

Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)

1 rue Miollis- Cedex 15 Paris F-75732 France Consultant-Ocean Mapping

Coordinates Ocean Mapping Programme for the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO. International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean.


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Martyn Tranter m.tranter [at]

Department of Geographical Sciences

University of Bristol

+44-7711560899 Rivendell, Mill Lane Bath BA2 7HD United Kingdom Professor

Biogeochemistry of glacial runoff on Svalbard. Biogeochemical reactions in the cryosphere. Low temperature aqueous geochemistry.

glaciology, geochemistry, water quality

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