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Christian Brochmann christian.brochmann [at] nhm.uio.no

Department of Natural History Museums and Botanical Garden

University of Oslo

+47-2285-1611 Natural History Museum Oslo N-0318 Norway Professor

Arctic plant phylogeny and phylogeography. Quaternary plant evolution. Polyploid evolution. Molecular systematics. Conservation genetics of arctic plants. Currently involved in several circumpolar projects.

plant systematics, molecular modeling, biogeography

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Martin Bromann Klausen mbk [at] dlc.ku.dk N/A +21-808-3825 Nordlinds väg 99 Malmö SE-217 73 Sweden Senior Lecturer

East Greenland. Iceland. Scandinavian Caledonides.

structural geology, petrology

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David Bromwich bromwich.1 [at] osu.edu

Byrd Polar Research Center

The Ohio State University

614-292-6692 Polar Meteorology Group Columbus Ohio 43210 United States Research Professor

Precipitation studies over Greenland, the Arctic Ocean, and the arctic river basins.

meteorology, climatology

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Robin Bronen robin.bronen [at] akijp.org

Institute of Arctic Biology

Alaska Institute for Justice

907-441-5917 N/A Executive Director

Research focus on community-based adaptation to climate change. Current and previous projects:
•NOAA (PI): Resilient Alaska Native Coastal Communities: Integrated Social-ecological Monitoring and Assessment Supporting Adaptation Decisions (Current);
•NSF: Adaptive coupling of human-environment linkages in response to globally driven changes in rural Alaska (Current);
•Climate Change and Land Project: (customary land law, internal resettlement and new settlements as possible components to comprehensive rights-based solution to climate displacement) (Current);
•Munich Re Foundation: Resilience Academy – international research collaborative examining livelihood resilience (Current);
•NSF(PI ): Community-based relocation workshop between Carteret Islands, Papua New Guinea and Newtok, Alaska;
•Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown
University: Crisis Migration Project;
•UNEP (United Nations Environment Program)-GRID Arendal
/Many Strong Voices (SIDS/Arctic collaboration on the human rights of community-based relocation);
•University of Alaska Community Partnership for Self-Reliance
and Sustainability (collaboration with Alaska Native communities in order to assist them to implement their concept of self-reliance for their community)

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Edward Brook brooke [at] geo.oregonstate.edu

Department of Geosciences

Oregon State University

541-737-8197 130 Wilkinson Hall Corvallis Oregon 97331 United States Professor

Ice cores. Quaternary geology.f

geochronology, geochemistry, geoclimatology

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Rob Brooker rob.brooker [at] hutton.ac.uk

Banchory Research Station

Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

+44-344-928-5428 Craigiebuckler Aberdeen AB15 8QH United Kingdom Research Scientist

plant ecology

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James Brooks jimbrooks [at] tdi-bi.com N/A

TDI-Brooks International Inc

409-696-3634 1902 Pinon Drive College Station Texas 77845 United States President and CEO

Russian environmental contamination in marginal seas. Environmental chemistry and assessment.

ocean geochemistry, environmental chemistry, environmental assessment

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Steven Brooks sbrooks [at] utsi.edu

Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

931-393-7413 411 BH Goethert Parkway Tullahoma Tennessee 37388 United States

NSF Land-Atmosphere-Ice Interaction study member. Carbon dioxide, water, and energy flux measurements of arctic tundra with tower and aircraft based systems.

boundary-layer meteorology, global change

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David Brooks dbrooks [at] ocean.tamu.edu

College of Geosciences

Texas A&M University

979-845-5527 O&M Building College Station Texas 77843 United States Senior Professor

Circulation modeling of the Kara Sea.

physical oceanography, modeling

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C. Kent Brooks kentb [at] geol.ku.dk

Danish Lithosphere Centre

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)

+45-353-22372 Natural History Museum of Denmark Copenhagen K DK-1350 Denmark Associate Professor Emeritus

Geology of the East Greenland continental margin and the Icelandic mantle plume. Volcanology.

igneous petrology, nonrenewable resources, plate tectonics

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Marjorie Brooks mlbrooks [at] cnr.colostate.edu

Department of Fishery and Wildlife Biology

Colorado State University

618-453-4121 355E, Life Science II Carbondale Illinois 62901 United States Associate Professor

I am interested in how natural processes such as photolysis and microbial respiration affect the spectral and chemical properties of dissolved organic matter (DOM). In the past, I have looked at the influence of sea ice on DOM concentration in the Bering Sea. Currently, I am studying how photodegradation of and seasonal changes in the source of DOM affect its ability to bind metals across 21 monitoring sites in high altitude streams.

aquatic chemistry, aquatic biology

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Marjorie Brooks mlbrooks [at] siu.edu

Department of Fishery and Wildlife Biology

Colorado State University

618-453-4121 355E, Life Science II Carbondale Illinois 62901 United States Associate Professor

I am interested in how natural processes such as photolysis and microbial respiration affect the spectral and chemical properties of dissolved organic matter (DOM). In the past, I have looked at the influence of sea ice on DOM concentration in the Bering Sea. Currently, I am studying how photodegradation of and seasonal changes in the source of DOM affect its ability to bind metals across 21 monitoring sites in high altitude streams.

aquatic chemistry, aquatic biology

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Jeffrey Brooks jeffrey.brooks [at] boem.gov

Environmental Assessment

Department of the Interior - Bureau of Ocean Energy Management - Alaska Office

907-334-5247 3801 Centerpoint Drive Anchorage Alaska 99503 United States Sociocultural Specialist

J. Kendall, C. Campbell, J. Brooks, K. Wedemeyer, C. Coon, S. Warren, G. Auad, D. Thurston, R. Cluck, F. Mann, S. Randall, M. Storzer, D. Johnston, D. Meyer-Pietruszka, and M. Haller. (in review). The use of traditional knowledge by the United States Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to support resource management decisions. Czech Polar Reports.

Fix, P. J., Brooks, J. J., & Harrington, A. M. (in review). Achieving goals and making meanings: Toward a unified model of recreational experience. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism.

Brooks, J. J. (in press). The Canoe Trip: Confluence of leisure experience and the self. Journal of Unconventional Park, Tourism, and Recreation Research.

Brooks, J. J., & Bartley, K. A. (2016). What is a meaningful role? Accounting for culture in fish and wildlife management in rural Alaska. Human Ecology, 44(5), 517-531.

Brooks, J. J., Dvorak, R. G., Spindler, M., & Miller, S. (2015). Relationship-scale conservation. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 39(1), 147-158.

collaboration, cross-cultural communication, subsistence, traditional knowledge, outdoor recreation, sense of place

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Margaret Brooks-Terry mbrooks [at] bw.edu

Department of Sociology

Baldwin-Wallace College

440-826-2144 275 Eastland Road Berea Ohio 44017 United States Professor Emeritus

Creation and impact of Nunavut. Social change among the Inuit over the past 50 years.

sociology, Native studies

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Elisabeth Brouwers brouwers [at] usgs.gov

Bureau Approving Official - Central Region Geology

U.S. Geological Survey

303-236-5345 PO Box 25046 Denver Colorado 80225 United States Scientist Emeritus

Alaskan North Slope (Cretaceous-Holocene) Beaufort Sea-Chukshi Sea continental shelf.

micropaleontology, paleoecology, paleogeography

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Charles Brower cbrower [at] co.north-slope.ak.us

Department of Wildlife Management

North Slope Borough (NSB)

907-852-0350 PO Box 69 Barrow Alaska 99723 United States Director

Documenting subsistence harvest of wildlife.

wildlife management, subsistence, Native issues

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Thomas Brown tabrown [at] llnl.gov

Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

925-423-8507 7000 East Avenue Livermore California 94550 United States Affiliate Assistant Professor, Research Physicist

Development of techniques for the extraction and AMS 14C dating of pollen from lake sediments and peats.

radiocarbon dating, geochronology, paleoclimatology

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Rex Brown rbrown [at] gmu.edu

Institute of Public Policy

George Mason University

703-620-2443 4400 University Drive Fairfax Virginia 22030 United States Affiliate Professor and a Distinguished Senior Fellow

Logical framework for regulating natural resource development.

environmental policy, public policy, socio-economic impact assessment

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Neal Brown neal.nbrown [at] gmail.com N/A

Alaska Science Explained

907-479-2773 1569 La Rue Lane Fairbanks Alaska 99709 United States Director

Alaskan Space Ventures - education program for middle school/high school students and teachers. Aurora.

auroral studies, education

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Robert Brown rabrown [at] atmos.washington.edu

Department of Atmospheric Sciences

University of Washington

206-543-8438 AK-40 Seattle Washington 98195 United States Professor Emeritus

Satellite microwave remote sensing.

air-sea-ice interactions, atmospheric physics, climate modeling; global climate change

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Evelyn Brown evelynb [at] lummi-nsn.gov N/A

University of Alaska Fairbanks

360-384-7123 PO Box 169 Husum Washington 98623 United States Fisheries Analyst

Marine ecology-specifically forage fish, predators and prey, and survey design. Methods include near- and far-field remote sensing using aircraft and satellites respectively with appropriately scaled ground validation data. Instrument package includes: spectographic imagers, lidar (or laser ranging devices), visual surveys, and digital video. In the past 10 years, have been working with large multi-disciplinary research groups. Background is in fisheries biology and aquaculture although have worked extensively on oil spill effects on fish as a Principal Investigator following the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill.

marine ecology, remote sensing, fish

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Jerry Brown jerrybrown [at] igc.org N/A

International Permafrost Association

508-457-5043 PO Box 801 Falmouth Massachusetts 02541 United States Past President, International Permafrost Association

Retired. maintain involvement in national and international permafrost activities

permafrost, soil science, ecology

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Annette Browne annette.browne [at] ubc.ca

Nursing Program - College of Arts, Social, and Health Sciences

University of Northern British Columbia

+1-604-822-7558 3333 University Way Prince George British Columbia V2N 4Z9 Canada Assistant Professor

Research done in partnership with First Nations communities in northern British Columbia and addresses strategies for improving access to and delivery of mainstream health services for aboriginal women.

health care, Native issues

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James Brozowski broz0017 [at] umn.edu

Water Resources Sciences

University of Minnesota

612-605-3136 554 Borlaug Hall St Paul Minnesota 55108 United States Researcher

Mercury contamination of arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) from the Belcher Islands, N.W.T. Canada.

geography, freshwater fish

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Linda Brubaker lbru [at] uw.edu

College of Forest Resources

University of Washington

360-387-6774 PO Box 352100 Seattle Washington 98195 United States Professor Emerita

Vegetation and climate history of Alaska and northeastern Siberia.

palynology, paleoecology, ecology

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