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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Nicholas Tyler nicholas.tyler [at] ib.uit.no

Department of Biology

University of Tromsø

+47-7764-4788 Tromsø N-9037 Norway

Population ecology of Svalbard reindeer. Natural variation in fertility in Svalbard and Norwegian reindeer. Variation in lifetime reproductive success in reindeer. Body mass dynamics of female reindeer in winter. Effect of annual variation in climate on the growth and composition of reindeer forage plants. Digestibility of reindeer forage plants in winter. Biological rhythms in arctic reindeer: ecophysiological adaptation to continuous darkness and continuous light. Saami terminology for reindeer and reindeer ecology.

population ecology, reindeer, animal physiology

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Cynthia Tynan snowpetrel [at] adelphia.net

School of Oceanography

University of Washington

508-289-3364 PO Box 438 West Falmouth Massachusetts 02574 United States Affiliate Assistant Professor

Climate change and ecosystem response in the eastern Bering Sea. Marine mammal and seabird distributions in polar and subpolar regions relative to oceanographic features and processes. Arctic climate change and potential effects on upper trophic levels.

biological oceanography, marine ecology, whale habitat

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Martina Tyrrell ukaliq30 [at] hotmail.com

Department of Geography

University of Reading

+44-7405549195 Amory Building Exeter EX4 4RJ United Kingdom Honorary Research Fellow

Inuit, polar bear conservation, anthropology, human geography, Nunavut,

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Maria Tzortziou mtzortziou [at] ccny.cuny.edu

Earth and Atmospheric Science

City University of New York & Columbia University

212-650-5769 160 Convent Avenue New York 10031 United States Professor

remote sensing, optics, biogeochemistry, climate change, aquatic ecosystem functioning, biodiversity

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