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First Name Last Name Email Department Organization Phone Address City State/Province Postal Code Country Title Current Research Science Specialties
Audra Brase audra.brase [at]

Division of Sport Fish

Alaska Department of Fish and Game

907-459-7282 1300 College Road Fairbanks Alaska 99701 United States Regional Supervisor - Fairbanks

salmon, fisheries management, fish populations

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Jennifer Brauch jennifer.brauch [at]

Department of Physics

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-69-8062-2437 Klima und Umwelt - Zentrales Offenbach D-63067 Germany

Arctic Ocean. Ocean/sea ice interaction. Decadal variability. NAO (North Atlantic Oscillation). VEINS (EU-project).

modeling, physical oceanography

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Carsten Braun cbraun [at]

Geography and Regional Planning Department

University of Massachusetts

413-572-5595 577 Western Avenue Westfield Massachusetts 01086 United States Faculty

Snowmelt and sediment transport in the Canadian High Arctic. Land-atmosphere-ice and snow ineractions in the High Arctic.

climatology, glaciology, hydrology

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Alexander Braun braun [at]

Byrd Polar Research Center

Ohio State University

Queen's University Kingston Ontario K7L 3N6 Canada Professor of Geodesy

Global sea level change. Sea level change in Svalbard. Tide gauge data analysis. Geodynamics of the North Atlantic. Gravity, satellite altimetry, space geodesy.

geophysics, geodesy, geodynamics

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Birgit Braune birgit.braune [at]

Science and Technology Branch

Environment Canada

+1-613-998-6694 Carleton University (Raven Road) Ottawa Ontario K1A 0H3 Canada Research Scientist

Monitoring of contaminant trends in arctic seabirds.

environmental contaminants, environmental monitoring, seabirds

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Michael Bravo mb124 [at] N/A

Scott Polar Research Institute

+44-1223-336-561 Lensfield Road Cambridge CB2 1ER United Kingdom Head, Science and Development Research Group

Science and Development Research Group currently embraces a range of topics including environmental management, the role of media in development, the history and philosophy of science, and environmental history.

Indigenous knowledge, history of science, cultural anthropology

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Anthony Brazel abrazel [at]

Department of Geography

Arizona State University

480-965-7533 PO Box 875302 Tempe Arizona 85287 United States Professor Emeritus

Synoptic climatology related to glaciers. Assessment of global climate models with real data sets of climate.

geography, microclimatology, climatology

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Amy Breen albreen [at]

International Arctic Research Center

907-474-6927 2158 Koyukuk Drive Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Research Assistant Professor

Her research interests include the history, evolution and distribution of arctic and alpine floras. Amy's current research program aims to assess the impact of disturbance and climate change on arctic tundra by adapting a boreal forest fire regime and vegetation succession model to the tundra and investigating post-fire vegetation succession trajectories in tundra ecosystems. In addition, she is affiliated with the Alaska Geobotany Center and is working with that group to create an Alaska prototype for the Arctic Vegetation Archive that will unite and harmonize the vegetation-plot data from the Arctic tundra biome for use in developing a pan-Arctic vegetation classification and as a resource for climate-change and biodiversity research.

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Asgeir Brekke asgeir.brekke [at]

Department of Physics

University of TromsÌü

+47-7764-5161 University of Tromsø Tromsø N-9037 Norway Professor

I am currently working on the EISCAT projects in the mainland Scandinavia and at Svalbard. I am also affiliated with the University Center at Svalbard (UNIS)

ionospheric physics, auroral studies, aeronomy

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Mary Brekke mbr013 [at]

Department of Research and Development

Tromsø University College

+47-7766-0417 Mellomveien 110 Tromsø N-9293 Norway Lecturer Emerita

Professional knowledge in the Norhern countries.


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Tom Brent tom.brent [at]

Geological Survey of Canada - Calgary

Natural Resources Canada

+1-403-292-7105 3303 33rd Street NW Calgary Alberta T2L 2A7 Canada Regional Geophysicist

Seismic stratigraphy and structure of Sverdrup basin, arctic platform, Franklinian Basin. Seismic interpretation of base permafrost and base gas hydrates.

geophysics, permafrost

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Marion Bret-Harte msbretharte [at]

Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-5434 Irving I rm 311 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Associate Professor

<p>Comparing growth responses, and effects on ecosystem processes of individual plant species and functional groups of plant species exposed to environmental change in tundra at Toolik Lake, Alaska.</p>

plant ecology, tundra ecology, physiological ecology

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Christopher Bretherton breth [at]

Department of Atmospheric Sciences

University of Washington

206-685-7414 Department of Atmospheric Sciences Seattle Washington 98195 United States Professor

Comparison of SHEBA atmospheric boundary layer and cloud observations with weather forecast and climate models.

boundary-layer meteorology, climate modeling

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Karen Brewster karen.brewster [at]

Inupiat History - Language and Culture Department

North Slope Borough (NSB)

907-474-6672 PO Box 69 Barrow Alaska 99723 United States Research Associate, Oral History Program

Life history of Inupiaq elders. North Slope History. Multimedia interactive computer access to oral history and photographs. Historic photographs. Archives and collection management.

Inuit culture, ethnohistory, oral history

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Mauricio Brichta mbrichta [at]

Department of Pelagic Ecosystems

Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research

+49-471-4831-1895 Am Handelshafen 12 Bremerhaven D-27570 Germany

Biogeochemical flux (biogenic particles) flowing into deep Greenland Sea. Initiating work on phytoplankton charaterization.

biological oceanography, marine ecology, phytoplankton

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Peter Brickell peter.brickell [at]

Department ARQM

Environment Canada

+1-416-739-4547 4905 Dufferin Street Toronto Ontario M3H 5T4 Canada Research Chemist

Volatile organic compound measurements in arctic air.

atmospheric chemistry, hydrocarbon chemistry, air pollution

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William Briggs brigg837 [at]

Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR)

University of Colorado

303-443-9321 3000 Colorado Ave - Unit A201 Boulder Colorado 80303 United States

Late Quaternary paleoceanography of the Arctic Ocean. Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Denmark Strait.

micropaleontology, paleoceanography, paleoclimatology

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Lawson Brigham lwb48 [at]

UA Geography Program

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7763 901 South Koyukuk Drive Eagle River Alaska 99775 United States Researcher, IARC, UAF & Gloabl Fellow, Wilson Center

Chair, Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment of the Arctic Council. Research on arctic sea ice and changing marine access in the Arctic Ocean. Research on sea ice and ocean processes in the Russian Arctic. Studies on the future of the Northern Sea Route. Development of arctic scenarios or plausible futures.

arctic policy, oceanography, sea ice

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Julie Brigham-Grette juliebg [at]


Dept of Geosciences UMass Amherst

413-577-2270 627 North Pleasant Street Amherst Massachusetts 01003 United States Professor

My research interests are focused on the stratigraphy, sedimentology, and chronology of geologic systems that record the climate evolution and sea level history of the Arctic since the mid-Pliocene. Most of my research program is aimed at documenting the global context of paleoenvironmental change across “Beringia”, i.e., the Bering Land Bridge, stretching across the western Arctic from Alaska and the Yukon into NE Russia including the adjacent marginal seas. Starting 3 decades ago with fieldwork on the sea level history and glacial stratigraphy of vast Arctic coastal plains and coastal environments in comparison with regional alpine glaciation, I am now focused on the integration of records from marine and lacustrine systems.


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Doug Bright dbright [at]

Centre for Economic Development and Applied Research

Royal Roads University

+1-250-388-3584 19 Bastion Square Victoria British Columbia V8W 1J1 Canada Environmental Risk Assessment

Fate of globally distributed contaminants in arctic marine and freshwater systems. Interactive reponses of freshwater fish to climate change and contaminated-induced stress.

aquatic toxicology, biogeochemistry, climate change

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Henk Brinkhuis h.brinkhuis [at]

Institute of Environmental Biology

Utrecht University

+31-30-253-7691 Budapestlaan 4 Utrecht 3584 CD Netherlands Professor

Barentsz Sea, North Atlantic

marine geology, phytoplankton, climate change

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Robin Brinkmeyer brinkmer [at]

Department of Biological Oceanography

Alfred Wegener Institut for Polar and Marine Research

409-741-7178 TAMU Galveston Marine Sciences Galveston Texas 77553 United States

Microbial diversity and ecology of sea ice.

microbiology, marine ecology, ice

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William Bristow wabristow [at]

Geophysical Institute (GI)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

907-474-7357 PO Box 757320 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor

Upper atmospheric physics. Main arctic research project is the SuperDARN radar located in Kodiak, Alaska which observed the upper atmosphere from the south coast of Alaska to the region beyond the north coast of Alaska well into the Arctic.

auroral studies, atmospheric physics

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John Brittain j.e.brittain [at]

Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden

University of Oslo

+47-2285-1727 Natural History Museum Oslo N-0318 Norway Senior Research Scientist and Professor

Arctic and alpine freshwaters: glacial rivers, alpine streams and lakes. Stream macroinvertebrates. Studies across European latitudinal and altitudinal gradients. Freshwater entomolgy. Radioecology. Impacts of hydropower development.

stream ecology, limnology, radioactive isotopes

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Noel Broadbent broadbentn [at]

Arctic Studies Center

Smithsonian Institution

202-633-1904 National Museum of Natural History (MRC 112) Washington District of Columbia 20013 United States Research Associate


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