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Jacek Majorowicz majorowicz [at] N/A

Northern Geothermal

+1-780-438-9385 105 Carlson Close Edmonton Alberta T6R 2J8 Canada PhD

deriving climating history from inversion of well logs gas hydrates in the Canadian Arctic. ground warming in the Canadian Arctic earth's heat flow in the Canadian Arctic

geophysics, climatology, geothermal resources,gas hydrates stability, permafrost stability

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Olga Makarieva omakarieva [at] N/A N/A Russian Federation Leading Researcher

hydrological processes in permafrost environment, dangerous hydrological phenomena, mathematical modelling, climate and landscape changes impact on hydrological regime, engineering calculations of runoff, aufeis, remote sensing data, the transformation of the hydrological regime, groundwater, the influence of the active layer of permafrost on runoff formation, mountainous hydrology

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Alexander Makhrov makhrov [at]

Laboratory of population genetics

Vavilov Institute of General Genetics RAS

+7-095-1355069 Gubkin str 3 Moscow 119991 Russian Federation

Genetic variability, hybridization and post-glacial colonization of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), brown trout (Salmo trutta) and whitefish (Coregonus)

animal genetics, fish populations

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Yukio Makino y-makino [at]

Hakodate Marine Observatory

Japan Meteorological Agency

+81-138-47-7681 3-4-4 Mihara Hakodate 041-0806 Japan

Global change; Global warming.

atmospheric chemistry, spectroscopy, global change

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Kazuo Makita kmakita [at]

Faculty of Engineering

Takushoku University

+81-0426-651441 815-1 Tatemachi - Hachioji Tokyo 193-0985 Japan Professor, Doctor

Upper atmosphere phenomena due to the radiation belt particle precipitation in geomagnetic anomaly region.

space physics, solar physics, geomagnetism

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Alexander Makshtas maksh [at] N/A

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute

7-812-3523081 ext 185 Bering Str. 38 St. Petersburg 199397 Russian Federation Research Professor

Creation of new historical data sets of meteorological observations in the Arctic. Dynamic-thermodynamic sea-ice models. Physics of the atmospheric boundary layer. Climatology of polar cloudiness.

air-sea-ice interactions, atmospheric physics, climatology

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Ted Maksym tmaksym [at] N/A

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

508-289-3428 266 Woods Hole Road Woods Hole Massachusetts 02536 United States Associate Scientist, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering

Modelling of the marginal ice zone Small scale processes in sea ice and snow

sea ice modeling, sea ice thermodynamics, sea ice remote sensing

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Jean Malaurie jean.malaurie [at]

Centre d’études arctiques

Ecole des Hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS)

+33-14549-7645 105 Boulevard Raspail Paris F-75006 France Director

Inuit and Yup’ik culture. History. Development. Greenland, Arctic Canada, Alaska, Northern Siberia. Arctic geography.

Alaska Native corporations, Alaska public policy, Alaska/Russian relations

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David Malcolm david.malcolm [at]

Canadian Circumpolar Institute

University of Alberta

780-492-2857 8625 - 112 Street - Campus Tower - Suite 308 Edmonton Alberta T6G 0H1 Canada Director - Ph.D., CMC

Fluid dynamics and thermodynamics of river flow and ice formation, especially the instability regimes, which result in waves or ripples on the underside of the river ice with consequent effects on its load-bearing capacity. Climate change impacts and adaptation in remote northern communities.

mass transfer, global change, environmental impact assessment

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Dmitry Malinovsky malinovsky [at]

Institute of the North Industrial Ecology Problems

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-81555-79776 Laboratory of Freshwater Systems Apatity 184200 Russian Federation Scientific Researcher

Environmental impact assessment from mining enterprises.

aquatic chemistry, biogeochemistry, geochemistry

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Pentti Målkki malkki [at] N/A

Finnish Institute of Marine Research

+358-961-3941 PO Box 33 Helsinki FIN-00931 Finland Director

European Union, Variability of Exchanges in the Northern Seas (EU/VEINS) (programme for 1997-2000 within the mAST III funding, 18 participating institutes).

physical oceanography, meteorology, climate change

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Tom Mallard mallard [at] N/A

Mallard Design Company

928-542-1656 801 East 1st Street Cle Elum Washington 98922 United States Industrial-Mfg-Home Design

The continued loss of Arctic sea-ice albedo is a significant short-term gain in direct planetary heating, the quip that heat-gain over pre-industrial worth 25-years of USA power thus a source of radiant heat to the atmosphere. Observing where the sea-ice melts first and fills last in the Eastern Arctic Basin it's Bering Straits and seeing the need to preserve and forestall further loss needs a solution not dependent upon emissions, something direct. Current flow carries 10-Tw/winter, 20-Tw/summer of heat into the basin with freshwater flow from the Pacific, considered an "insulator" to warmer, deeper Atlantic water it yet melts the ice from below degrading the ice further. By reducing flow through Bering Strait 1/100th can allow this, shipping confined to shorelines only leveed off from the open sea as they lead melting, shipping can't be allowed in the open sea, it's critical to leave what ice is there alone. Then, in the process of damming it creating "ice-polders" using levees and such to prevent currents and winds from clearing the ice to stratify the confined water to -2C thus able to refreeze the bottom. The dam construction methods when that works are to create artificial atolls surrounding the methane flares now emerging on a large scale. These will circulate the cold down the sides unlike the ice-polders and cool the bottom with a convection current physically caused by the bubbles rising. Those are the timely goals using Dutch & open-sea dredge-n-place modified to 50m. known technologies to customize to the needs. The need for such a solution well known, this is an attempt to using geotechnical, coastal engineering with dam and levee building to create an ice rrefuge. That's the project oriented to global thermal awareness and the key issue to create ice earlier and keep it longer significantly to the formation again of multi-year ice in the Beaufort the metric,

air-sea-ice interactions, coastal engineering, heat transfer

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Mark Mallory mark.mallory [at]

Canadian Wildlife Service

Environment Canada

867-875-4637 PO Box 1714 Iqaluit Northwest Territories X0A 0H0 Canada Habitat Biologist

Habitat assessment and mapping of sanctuaries and national wildlife areas. Traditional knowledge studies on endangered species. Migration and philopatry of sea ducks.

avian biology, avian ecology, animal behavior

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Hilmar Malmquist hilmar.malmquist [at]

Náttúrufræðistofa Kópavogs

Natural History Museum of Kópavogur

+354-554-0630 Digranesvegur 12 Kópavogur IS-200 Iceland Curator (Ph.D.)

Arctic freshwater ecosystems along climate and land-use gradients (NORLAKE project). Evolutionary ecology and population monitoring of Arctic charr.

aquatic ecology, freshwater fish, environmental assessment

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Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer balzerm [at]

Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies

Georgetown University

202-687-6080 Intercultural Center 232 Washington District of Columbia 20057 United States

Ethnic Interaction in West Siberia and the Sakha Republic (Yakutia). Shamanism and cultural revival. Siberian-American interconnections.

cultural anthropology, Native rights, ethnohistory

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Olga Mandryka mandryka53 [at]

Department of Economics and Social Sciences

All Russian Research Institute for Nature Protection

+7-812-3734359 98 Malookhtinsky Avenue St. Petersburg 195196 Russian Federation Associated Professor

Socio-ecological approach to natural resources and environmental management in the Circumpolar North. Sustainable development of Russian Siberia through deliberate water management (oil and ice aspects). Elaborating ecological methods of environmental control relevant to oil port building in St. Petersburg area. Circumpolar Arctic: coastal zone of northern seas, including catchment area. White Baltic and Kara seas with their basins.

sustainable development, education

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Jan Mangerud jan.mangerud [at]

Department of Geology

University of Bergen

+47-5558-3504 Allégaten 41 Bergen N-5007 United States

Arctic Russia. Svalbard.

quaternary stratigraphy, glacial geology, paleoclimatology

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Thomas Manley tmanley [at]

Department of Geology

Middlebury College

802-443-3114 Bicentennial Hall Middlebury Vermont 05753 United States Visiting Professor

GINS Seas. Arctic Ocean. U.S.-Russian Atlas. Ocean Variability. Mesoscale Processes.

physical oceanography, limnology, air-sea-ice interactions

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William Manley william.manley [at]


Univ. of Colorado, INSTAAR

303-735-1300 University Camp Boulder Colorado 80309 United States Research Associate

GIS, remote sensing, and spatial analysis; geomorphology, glacial geology, and paleoclimatology; coastal erosion; icefield archeology; and high-latitude environmental change.

geographic information systems, glacial geology, coastal erosion

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Bryan Manly bmanly [at] N/A

Western EcoSystems Technology

307-634-1756 217 South 1st Street Laramie Wyoming 82070 United States Statistician

Working on methods for estimating numbers of Pacific walrus.

biostatistics, computer modeling, environmental monitoring

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Micheline Manseau micheline.manseau [at]

Department of Ecosystem Services

Parks Canada

204-983-8885 145 McDermot Avenue Winnipeg Manitoba R3N 0W5 Canada

Population ecology of Peary caribou and Muskox on northern Ellesmere Island. Structure of the Cree knowledge system around landscape terminology. Use of landscape ecology in the management and establishment of protected areas. Modeling of caribou movement at the landscape scale.

population ecology, caribou, landscape ecology

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Christine Marasigan alutiiq2 [at] N/A

Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository

907-486-7004 215 Mission Road Kodiak Alaska 99615 United States Office Manager/Programs Coordinator

Traditional art. Filipinos/Asian American history and folklife.

folklore, cultural anthropology, museum studies

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Douglas Marble douglas.marble [at]

Ocean Battlespace Sensing

Office of Naval Research

703-696-5123 875 North Randolph Street Arlington Virginia 22203 United States

Managing Navy science and technology basic and early applied research programs in environmental science.

program managment, physical oceanography, numerical modeling

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Duane Marble marble.1 [at]


The Ohio State University

541-902-8837 2226 Primrose Lane Florence Oregon 97439 United States Professor Emeritus of Geography

Linking the inputs and outputs of large spatio-temporal environmental models to GIS technology. Development of Model Curricula in the areas of geographic information science (GIScience) and GIS technology. Development of measures of accessibility in the context of natural terrain.

geographic information systems, transportation, geography

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Rod March rsmarch [at]

Water Research Division

U.S. Geological Survey

907-479-5645 ext. 230 1150 University Avenue Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States Glaciologist

Long-term glacier/climate studies

glaciology, global change, mapping

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