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Trevor Bell tbell [at] mun.ca

Department of Geography

Memorial University of Newfoundland

+1-709-693-6723 SN-1042, Science Building, Department of Geography St. John’s Newfoundland and Labrador A1B 3X9 Canada Professor

sea ice, permafrost, coastal environments, Quaternary glaciation, sea level change

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Elanor Bell elanor.bell [at] sams.ac.uk

Scottish Association for Marine Science

Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory

N/A

The biomass in extreme lacustrine systems is dominated by microbial communities of Protozoa, algae and bacteria which are governed by microbial loop dynamics. The most successful of these organisms employ strategies that give them a competitive advantage. My research interests lie in testing the hypothesis that one such strategy, the well-known phenomenon mixotrophy, promotes survival in such extreme aquatic environments, through the identification, enumeration and investigation of trophodynamics in mixotrophic protists. Mixotrophic protists from a number of lakes on Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic have been collected, identified and enumerated. Growth and grazing experiments were conducted to determine the relative fitness and grazing rates of mixotrophic and obligately heterotrophic/autotrophic protists. Complementary experiments to determine the relative contribution of mixotrophs to primary production and their consumption of bacterial production were also conducted. In concert with existing sampling programs at Potsdam University in other extreme lacustrine ecosystems and existing data collected by the applicant in Antarctica, the data gathered is hoped to add to our understanding of extreme system functioning and elucidate a potential gradient of increasing importance of survival strategies such as mixotrophy in increasingly extreme aquatic environments. Such knowledge will help us to understand how organisms adapt and survive anthropogenically modified (often increasingly extreme) lacustrine environments.

aquatic ecology, benthic ecology

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Patricia Bell patricia.bell [at] cbc.ca

Circumpolar Affairs Reporter

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

867-979-6110 P.O. Box 490 Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0 Canada View Full Profile
John Beller bmj [at] inel.gov

Environmental and Life Sciences

Idaho National Engineering Laboratory

208-526-1205 PO Box 1625 Idaho Falls Idaho 83415 United States

natural resources management, landscape ecology, environmental engineering

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Richard Bellerby richard.bellerby [at] niva.no

Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research

University of Bergen

+47-9089-9256 Allégaten 55 Bergen N-5007 Norway Senior Research Scientist, Adj. Prof.

CO2 chemistry

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Spyros Beltaos spyros.beltaos [at] canada.ca

Watershed Hydrology and Ecology Research Division

National Water Research Institute, Environment Canada

+1-905-336-4898 Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Environment and Climate Change Canada Burlington Ontario L7S 1A1 Canada Research Scientist

aquatic ecosystems, climate change, hydrology, river ice,

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Claude Belzile claude_belzile [at] uqar.ca

International Arctic Research Center (IARC)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

+1-418-723-1986 310 allée des Ursulines Rimouski Quebec G5L 3A1 Canada Research Assistant

Lake ice bio-optics. PAR and UV penetration in lakes. Limnology of High Arctic lakes (Ellesmere Island).

lake ice, climate change, marine geochemistry

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Merav Ben-David bendavid [at] uwyo.edu

Department of Zoology and Physiology

University of Wyoming

307-214-0510 1000 East University Avenue Laramie Wyoming 82071 United States Professor

Role of carnivores in nutrient transports. Biodiversity. Ecosystem science. Mammalogy. Nutrient dynamics. Bears.

animal behavior, biogeochemistry, stable isotopes

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Michael Bender bender [at] princeton.edu N/A

Princeton University

609-258-2936 Princeton New Jersey 08544 United States Professor Emeritus

Ice core studies. Atmospheric chemistry studies (gas concentrations).

geochemistry, oceanography, glaciology

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John Bengtson john.bengtson [at] noaa.gov

National Marine Mammal Lab

NOAA

206-526-4045 Marine Mammal Laboratory Seattle Washington 98115 United States Division Director

Marine mammal ecology, particularly the interactions among marine populations, commercial fisheries, physical and biological environment, and the potential impacts of climate change. Personal research expertise is focused primarily on pinnipeds.

marine mammals, marine ecology, ecology

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David Benner dbenner [at] natice.noaa.gov

National Ice Center

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

301-457-5314 4251 Suitland Road Washington District of Columbia 20395 United States Deputy Director

U.S. Interagency Arctic Buoy Program management and coordination.

sea ice remote sensing, oceanography, cryospheric remote sensing

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Ronald Benner benner [at] mailbox.sc.edu

Department of Biological Sciences

University of South Carolina

803-777-9561 700 Sumter Street Columbia South Carolina 29208 United States Professor

The sources, transformations, and fates of dissolved and particulate organic matter. Microbial and photochemical transformations of organic matter.

biogeochemistry, organic geochemistry, biological oceanography

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John Bennett bennettj [at] polarcom.gc.ca N/A

Canadian Polar Commission

+1-613-943-0716 Constitution Square Ottawa Ontario K1R 7X7 Canada Manager

Inuit traditional knowledge, Nunavut.

Inuit culture

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Alan Bennett alan_bennett [at] nps.gov

Southwest Alaska Network

National Park Service

907-644-3681 240 West 5th Avenue Anchorage Alaska 99501 United States Monitoring Coordinator

Shorebird breeding ecology. Seaduck and diving duck food habits. Coastal brown bear foraging ecology. Moose movements and survival.

avian ecology, wildlife management, waterfowl

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Matthew Bennett mbennett [at] bournemouth.ac.uk

School of Conservation Sciences

University of Bournemouth Talbot Campus

+44-1202-968997 Talbot House T124 Poole Dorset BH12 5BB United Kingdom Professor of Environmental & Geographical Sciences

Glaciolacustrine sedimentation: Alaska. Moraine formation and structural evolution of glaciers: Svalbard. Termination of glacier surges: Iceland. Hydrogeology of push moraine formation: Arctic Canada and Greenland. Deformation of cold based ice: Canadian Arctic.

glacial geomorphology, sedimentology, quaternary geology

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Mia Bennett mbennett8 [at] gmail.com

Geography

UCLA

415-988-3059 Los Angeles California United States Cryopolitics Blogger & Assistant Professor, Geography

political geography, satellite imagery, Arctic Natural Resources

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Ole Bennike obe [at] geus.dk

Department of Environmental History and Climate

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)

+45-9133-3527 Oster Voldgade 10 Copenhagen DK-1350 Denmark Senior Research Scientist

Ice free parts of Greenland.

quaternary geology, quaternary stratigraphy, quaternary ecology

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Liane Benning benning [at] gfz-potsdam.de

Interface Geochemistry

University of Leeds

+49-331-288-28970 Telegrafenberg Potsdam Brandenburg 14473 Germany Professor Interface Geochemistry

We focus on evaluating mineral transformations in iceberg and glacial meltwaters to quantify the global element cycle. This includes bio-geo weathering and microbial succession in glacial forefields, bio-colonisation of snow and ice, the genomic makeup of algae on snow and ice,. In a large international project we currently focus on and the effects that all kinds of inorganic or biological particulates have on albedo. This includes the role and contributions of aerosols to the processes on the Greenland Ice Sheet as well as the molecular level microbe-particulate interactions assessed through complementary ‘omics’ of the microbial communities and high resolution microscopy and spectroscopy of all particulates.

biogeochemistry, glacial geochemistry, microbiology, high resolution micro-spectroscopy

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Carl Benson benson [at] gi.alaska.edu

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7450 PO Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor Emeritus, Snow, Ice, and Permafrost

Glacier-volcano interactions. Seasonal snow cover. Low-temperature air pollution. Greenland Ice Sheet mass balance.

glaciology, snow characteristics, ice physics

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George Benz gbenz [at] mtsu.edu

Department of Biology

Middle Tennessee State University

615-898-5021 PO Box 60 Murfreesboro Tennessee 37132 United States Associate Professor

Studies of parasites of Greenland sharks and studies of the biology of Greenland sharks.

parasitology, ichthyology, marine science

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Gigi Berardi gigi.berardi [at] wwu.edu

Center for Geography and Environmental Social Sciences

Western Washington University

360-650-2106 Dept. of Environmental Studies Bellingham Washington 98225 United States

Relationships between extractive natural resources, remote communities, and poverty. ANCSA and other federal/state resource policies and their impacts on Native polities. Participatory research methodologies in investigating the adoption and implementation of improved sanitation services in rural Alaska. Traditional knowledge systems in developing efficient, cost-effective ways of providing safe water and environmentally sound sewage disposal in rural communities. Facilitating community capacity to assess environmental problems. Theories on the roles of schools and other agencies as magnets for settlement in remote areas of Alaska.

natural resources management, Native communities

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Thomas Berg tbb [at] naturama.dk

Arctic Environment

Danish National Environmental Research Institute

+45-2488-6285 Frederiksborgvej 399 Roskilde DK-4000 Denmark

Population ecology of the collared lemming (Dicrostonyx groenlandicus). Arctic terrestrial ecosystem dynamics. Long-term ecosystem monitoring.

population ecology, wildlife

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Catherine Berg catherine_berg [at] fws.gov

Department of the Interior

US Fish and Wildlife Service

907-271-1630 605 W 4th Avenue Anchorage Alaska 99501 United States Fish & Wildlife Biologist

Oil spill wildlife response issues; Natural resource damage assessment issues

oil spills, natural resources management, wildlife

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Roger Berger N/A

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

603-646-4354 72 Lyme Road Hanover New Hampshire 03755 United States Research Scientist

infrared signatures, snow characteristics

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Joel Berglund berglund.joel [at] telia.com N/A +299-322611 Styrsö Valenväg 14 Styrsö 430 84 Sweden

Norse archaeology. Monument management.

archaeology, museum studies

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