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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Costas Tsatsoulis tsatsoul [at] eecs.ukans.edu

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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Si-Chee Tsay tsay [at] climate.gsfc.nasa.gov

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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Carl Tscherning cct [at] gfy.ku.dk

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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Mark Tschudi mark.tschudi [at] colorado.edu

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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Walter Tucker terry.tucker [at] valley.net N/A

Terry Tucker Research

603-359-5220 PO Box 1864 Grantham New Hampshire 03753 United States Research Geophysicist

Sea ice thickness, morphology, and properties. Ice thickness derived from submarine profiles of ice draft. Small-scale, sea-ice properties. Sediment and contaminant transport by ice.

sea ice, ice geophysics

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Tuula Tuisku tatuisku [at] gmail.com N/A +358-8553-3282 Box 1000 Oulu FIN-90014 Finland

Indigenous peoples of North, Siberia, and Far East Russia, Barents region. Nenets. Social change. Reindeer management.

cultural anthropology, indigenous peoples, reindeer breeding

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Slawek Tulaczyk tulaczyk [at] pmc.ucsc.edu

Department of Earth Sciences

University of California

831-459-5207 1156 High Street Santa Cruz California 95064 United States Associate Professor

global warming, glaciology, glacial geology

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Shelley Tulloch N/A N/A Canada

Language planning in Nunavut.

linguistics

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Luis Tupas ltupas [at] csrees.usda.gov

Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service

U.S. Department of Agriculture

202-401-4926 1400 Independence Avenue SW Washington District of Columbia 20250 United States National Program Leader

Currently the Associate Director for the Arctic System Science Program at the National Science Foudnation.

science management, biological oceanography, biogeochemistry

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Fernand Turcotte fernand.turcotte [at] msp.ulaval.ca

Department of Social and Preventive Medicine

Universite Laval

418-656-2131 ext 5975 2180 Chemin Ste-Foy Quebec Quebec G1K 7P4 Canada Professor of Public Health

Environmental cadmium.

medical sciences, public health

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Catherine Turcotte-Seabury catherine.seabury [at] unh.edu

Sociology

University of New Hampshire

Horton Social Sciences Building Durham New Hampshire 03824 United States Doctoral Candidate

subsistence, social change, Native communities

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Edith Turner elt9w [at] virginia.edu

Department of Anthropology

University of Virginia

804-924-7044 100 Brooks Hall Charlottesville Virginia 22903 United States

Healing, shamanism, whaling, festivals among the Inupiat. Radiation pollution.

anthropology, cultural anthropology, Native studies

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Allan Turner allan_turner [at] gov.nt.ca

Mineral Resources Directorate

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

+1-867-920-8102 PO Box 1500 Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 2R3 Canada Project Geologist

Geological and geochemical examination of carbonate-hosted lead-zinc deposits in southern Northwest Territories.

geology, geochemistry

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Elizabeth Turner eturner [at] laurentian.ca

Department of Earth Sciences

Laurentian University

705-675-1151 Earth Sciences Sudbury Ontario P3E 2C6 Canada Professor

stratigraphy, sedimentology, sediment-hosted ore deposits, basin analysis

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Christy Turner, II christy.turner [at] asu.edu

Department of Anthropology

Arizona State University

602-965-6452 Box 872402 Tempe Arizona 85287 United States

Peopling of Beringia (Pleistocene-Holocene migrations). Aleut prehistory. Alaska-Siberia ethnography.

physical anthropology, archaeology, anthropology

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Cynthia Turney cindy.turney [at] pnl.gov

Information Technology

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

509-375-2175 PO Box 999 Richland Washington 99352 United States ARM NSA DMS Project Manager

Deploying a Sparc20 based data system and ethernet TCP/IP network for collection of data from ARM, NOAA, and other instruments for the SHEBA experiment.

information systems/technology, engineering, data management

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Bill Turrell turrellb [at] marlab.ac.uk

Department of Oceanographic Research and Services

FRS Marine Laboratory

+44-122-487-6544 PO Box 101 Aberdeen AB11 9DB United Kingdom

Atlantic inflow towards the Arctic: Long term monitoring of transport, heat flux and water properties. Arctic outflow. Deep water formation and overflow.

oceanography, ocean circulation, marine ecology

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Minna Turunen minna.tur5nen [at] urova.fi

Arctic Centre

University of Lapland

+358-1634-12774 PO Box 122 Rovaniemi FIN-96101 Finland Senior Scientist, PhD

Response of subarctic vegetation to UV radiation-improving information flow from the Arctic Council. UV radiation.

climate change, boreal forests, air pollution

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Kirsten Tuschling ktuschling [at] ipoe.uni-kiel.de N/A

GEOMAR Research Center for Marine Geosciences

+49-431-600-2860 Wischhofstraße 1-3 Kiel D-24148 Germany

Laptev Sea. Russian Arctic. Kongsfjord, Spitsbergen.

marine ecology, phytoplankton

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Olga Tutubalina ovt20 [at] cam.ac.uk

Scott Polar Research Institute

University of Cambridge

+44-1223-336-540 Remote Sensing Group Cambridge CB2 1ER United Kingdom

Remote sensing of anthropogenic impacts on high-latitude vegetation: Noril’sk, Northern Siberia and Monchegorsk, Kola Peninsula.

remote sensing, environmental monitoring, cartography

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Liselotte Tvede lt [at] dpc.dk N/A +45-3288-0146 Copenhagen K Denmark Head of Section

Science management.

science management, economics

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Jan Tveranger jan.tveranger [at] hydro.com

Research Center

Norsk Hydro - Research and Development

+47-55-99-6485 PO Box 7190 Bergen N-5020 Norway

Quaternary geology of Scandinavia, Greenland, Arctic Russia, and Barents Sea.

sedimentology, quaternary stratigraphy

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Craig Tweedie ctweedie [at] utep.edu

Biology/ Env. Sci. & Eng

University of Texas El Paso

915-747-8448 500 West University Avenue El Paso Texas 79968 United States Professor

landscape ecology International Tundra Experiment, the Arctic Observing Network, biocomplexity, Beringia land cover change, data and site rescue, cyberinfrastructure. More information at: www.sel.utep.edu

climate change, plant ecology, cyberinfrastructure, land-ocean-atmospheric connections, climate change adaptation, biogeochemical cycling, coastal erosion

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Mark Twickler mark.twickler [at] unh.edu

Earth Systems Research Center - Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space

University of New Hampshire

603-862-1991 Morse Hall Durham New Hampshire 03824 United States

Ice cores

glaciochemistry, logistics, glaciology

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Scott Tyler styler [at] unr.edu

Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences

University of Nevada

775-784-6250 MS 175 Reno Nevada 89532 United States

Studies to quantify the role of submarine ground water discharge in the McMurdo Dry Valley lakes and general role of deep ground water in the area. Collaborative studies to quantify the surface energy budget of the glaciers in the Dry Valley area via micrometeorological techniques.

soil science, groundwater, paleoclimatology

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