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Victor Baker baker [at]

Department of Hydrology and Water Resources

University of Arizona

520-621-7875 Box 210011 Tucson Arizona 85721 United States Regents' Professor

Late glacial paleohydology of Eurasis.

geomorphology, hydrology, glacial geology

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Kile Baker kile [at]

Division of Atmospheric Sciences

National Science Foundation (NSF)

222E Planetary Hall Fairfax Virginia 22030 United States Research Professor

Ionosphere/magnetosphere interactions. Plasma convection.

space physics, aeronomy, magnetospheric physics

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Corien Bakermans cub21 [at]

Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

814-940-3313 Penn State Altoona Altoona Pennsylvania 16601 United States Associate Professor of Microbiology

microbiology, permafrost

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Jostein Bakke jostein.bakke [at]

Department of Geography

University of Bergen

+47-55-58-35-03 Postboks 7803 Bergen N-5020 Norway

Lake sediments. Northern Norway, Lyngen.

climate change, ocean-atmosphere interactions, glacial geomorphology

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Alexander Baklanov alb [at]

Meteorological Research Division

Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI)

+45-23-92-1963 Lyngbyvej 100 Copenhagen DK-2100 Denmark

Study of the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer and its effects on the environment pollution. Radiation and stable boundary layer within the bounds of the Summit Greenland Environment Observatory Programme. Atmospheric transport pathways and possible accidental consequences from nuclear risk sites for the European Arctic/Barents Euro-Arctic Region. Nuclear environment risk for northern Europe.

air pollution modeling, environmental sciences, boundary-layer meteorology

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Olga Balalaeva awiget [at] N/A 1238 Lewis Street Las Cruces New Mexico 88001 United States Independent Scholar

Western Siberia, 1989-present. Ethnography and applied anthropology among the Eastern Khanty.

folklore, religion/belief systems, Native communities

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Andrey Balanov balanov [at]

Department of Ichthyology

Institute of Marine Biology

+7-4232-310-678 Palchevskij-Street 17 Vladivostok 690042 Russian Federation

Taxonomy, ecology and biology of the cottid and zoarcid fishes (fam. Cottidae and Zoarcidae), All Arctic region

ichthyology, fish ecology

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Diane Baldwin diane_baldwin [at]

NWT Geoscience Office

Government of the Northwest Territories

867-669-2491 PO Box 1500 Yellowknife Northwest Territories X1A 2R3 Canada Community Mineral Advisor

-Community mapping program -Outreach and education programs

geology, volcanology, education

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Roger Bales rbales [at]

Sierra Nevada Research Institute

University of California - Merced

209-228-4348 Sierra Nevada Research Institute Merced California 95343 United States Professor

Ice cores, accumulation, and atmospheric chemistry in Greenland.

snow chemistry, snow hydrology, atmospheric chemistry

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Jean Balestrery jean.balestrery [at]

Social Work

612-308-4234 Flagstaff 86011 United States Assistant Clinical Professor

Multiple Projects

health disparities, aging, clinical practice, service delivery systems, intercultural communication, global justice

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James Ballantyne jballant [at]

Department of Zoology

University of Guelph

+1-519-824-4120 Gordon Street Guelph Ontario N1G 2W1 Canada Professor

Biochemical adaptation to low temperatures. Membrane structure and function. Amino acid metabolism. Lipid movements through ecosystems. Adaptation of Arctic char to marine and freshwater. Metabolism of Arctic molluscs. Fish and Mollusc lipids.

animal physiology, fish, invertebrate biology

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Andrew Balser tutkiksuk [at]

Alaska Research Office - Fairbanks

865-576-2370 9th Street, Building 4070 Fort Wainwright Alaska 99703 United States Research Physical Scientist

Research interests include terrain suitability for permafrost degradation (including thermokarst) processes, regional-scale changes in permafrost- related ecological processes and land cover, and linking permafrost cryostructure and ground ice distribution with surficial geology, geomorphology, and vegetation. Impacts to ecology and infrastructure are considered. These topics are examined using spatial analysis, typically scaling results from local to regional scales using remote sensing, GIS, and spatial statistics.

Permafrost / Remote Sensing / Ecosystems / Spatial Analysis / GIS / Surficial Processes / Geophysics / Cryostratigraphy / Vegetation

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E. Bamber wabamber [at]

Department of Paleontology Subdivision - Geological Survey of Canada

Natural Resources Canada

+1-403-292-7095 3303-33rd Street NW Calgary Alberta T2L 2A7 Canada Emeritus Scientist

Carboniferous and Permian corals and biostratigraphy.

geology, paleontology

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Jonathan Bamber j.bamber [at]

School of Geographical Sciences

University of Bristol

+44-117-331-4129 Office G2 Bristol BS8 1SS United Kingdom Professor

The present-day and future behavior of the Greenland ice sheet and smaller Arctic ice caps and glaciers. The impact of Greenland freshwater fluxes on ocean circulation and coastal currents.

glaciology, geophysics, remote sensing

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Douglas Bancroft douglas.bancroft [at]

Environment Canada

Canadian Ice Service

+1-613-947-1358 Victoria British Columbia Canada President & CEO

Icebergs National Coordination of DFO Arctic Science Programs

climatology, oceanography, ice modeling

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Sukumar Bandopadhyay sbandopadhyay [at]

Department of Mining and Geological Engineering

University of Alaska Fairbanks

PO Box 755800 Fairbanks Alaska 99775 United States Professor of Mining Engineering, Emeritus

Design of mine ventilation systems for underground mines in the Arctic. Arctic mining.

mining, air pollution modeling, permafrost engineering

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Boris Baranov baranov [at]

Shirshov Institute of Oceanology

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-095-124-7942 Nakhimovsky Prospect 36 Moscow 117997 Russian Federation Ph.D., Head of Laboratory of Paleogeodynamics

Okhotsk Sea, Bering Sea (Komandorsky Basin), Northern Atlantic (Knipovich Ridge). Mechanisms of the complex climate-controlling system “Okhotsk Sea” and its influence on chemical distribution, chemical cycles, water mass formation, circulation, and climate. Strata formation on Russian arctic continental margins (2001-2003). The creation of the preserved stratigraphic record, the bedform formation, and modification on Russian Arctic Continental shelves as the product of geologic, biologic, cryologic, and oceanographic processes with both spatial and temporal heterogeneities.

marine geology, marine geophysics, geodynamics

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David Barber david.barber [at]

Clayton H. Ridell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources

Centre of Earth Observation Science

+1-204-474-6981 576 Wallace Building Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada Director, Centre for Earth Observation Sciences, Associate Dean, Canada Research Chair, Professor

Resolute Bay, Banks Island. SAR Remote Sensing. Geographic information systems. 9/18/12: Canada Excellence Research Chairs, Lead Investigator IPY-CFL , ArcticNet

ice/structure interaction, climate change, marine environment

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Lucette Barber lucette.barber [at]


University of Manitoba

+1-204-474-9158 460 Wallace Building Winnipeg Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada Manager - Communications and Outreach

communications, education

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Perry Barboza psbarboza [at]

Department of Wildlife & Fisheries

Texas A&M University

979-845-3492 College Station Texas United States Professor

Mineral nutrition of caribou, reindeer, and muskox.

nutrition, nutritional ecology, comparative physiology

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Joerg Bareiss bareiss [at]

Department of Geosciences/Climatology

University of Trier

+49-0651-201-4621 Trier D-54286 Germany

Investigating interactions between hydrological cycle (terrestrial and atmospheric water balance) over the northern Siberian coastal regions and sea-ice processes in the Laptev and East Siberian seas. Investigating the atmospheric forcing of sea ice in the Laptev Sea from the high-resolution regional atmospheric climate model - HIRHAM. Determination of temporal and spatial sea-ice variability from passive microwave data for the Eurasian shelf seas.

air-sea-ice interactions, sea ice remote sensing, hydrology

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Rene Barendregt barendregt [at]

Department of Geography

University of Lethbridge

+1-403-329-2530 Lethbridge Alberta T1K 3M4 Canada Professor

Collection and comparison of paleomagnetic, biolithostratigraphic, and isotopic data in the reconstruction of late Cenozoic paleoclimates. Banks Island, Ellesmere Island, Meighen Island, Yukon, Alaska. Magnetostratigraphy and proxy records of large-scale climate variability. Magnetostratigraphy of gold-bearing gravels (reconstruction of river terrace chronosequences, flow directions, and provenance). Pole-to-pole secular variation study of the earth’s magnetic field during the past 5.0 Ma. Loess/paleosol/tephra magnetostratigraphy of the Yukon Territory and Alaska.

paleomagnetism, climate change, quaternary stratigraphy

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Konstantin Barinov barinov [at]

Geological Institute

Russian Academy of Sciences

+7-095-230-8117 Pyshevsky per 7 Moscow 109017 Russian Federation Paleontologist

Studying the taxonomy and biogeography of Cenozoic marine mollusks of Beringian province. Participation in project: Documenting the age of the first opening of the Bering Strait.

paleontology, stratigraphy, biogeography

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Adele Barker adeleb [at]

Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies

University of Arizona

520-621-7341 Box 6 Tucson Arizona 85721 United States Professor

Contemporary literature and folklore of the northern Pacific Rim peoples of Russia.

circumpolar cultures, Native studies

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Charles Barker barker [at]

Denver Federal Center

U.S. Geological Survey

303-236-5797 Box 25046 Denver Colorado 80225 United States Senior Research Geologist

Basin modeling - thermal history and petroleum generation. Coal bed methane resources, North Slope, Alaska. Coal bed methane as a locally produced energy source for Antarctic research stations.

geochemistry, geothermal resources, geology

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