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  • Wendy K. Warnick, Arctic Research Consortium of the United States
  • Larry Hinzman, University of Alaska Fairbanks;
    Gunhild (Ninis) Rosqvist, Stockholm University
    (Arctic Forum Co-Chairs)
  • Opportunities for Arctic Circumpolar Cooperation
    • Helena Ödmark, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • The Arctic Ocean Carbon Cycle in a Changing Environment
    • Leif G. Anderson, Göteborg University
  • Circumpolar Arctic Mammals and Consequences of Climate Change
    • Anders Angerbjörn, Stockholm University; and Love Dalén
  • Arctic Atmospheric Hydrologic Cycle from Reanalyses and Climate Change
    • David Bromwich, The Ohio State University; and Sheng-Hung Wang
  • The Roles of Arctic Observatory Networks in Environmental Change Research and Monitoring
    • Terry V. Callaghan, University of Sheffield; Margareta Johansson;
      Torbjörn Johansson; Craig E. Tweedie; and Mads C. Forchhammer
  • Consequences of Permafrost Thawing and Hydrological Changes for Landscape Scale Greenhouse Gas Exchange
    • Torben R. Christensen, Lund University
  • West Greenland Wildlife: Recent Caribou and Muskox Observations and Future Plans
    • Christine Cuyler, Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
  • Changing Arctic Rivers
    • Stephen Déry, University of Northern British Columbia
  • Glacier Change in the Arctic: Important Consequences for Near Future Sea Level Rise
    • Andrew G. Fountain, Portland State University
  • A Seasonally Ice-Free Arctic?
    • Marika Holland, National Center for Atmospheric Research
  • The Narwhal Tusk, Potential as an Arctic Water Probe and Weather Station: Collaborative
    and Integrative Studies of Science and Inuit Traditional Knowledge
    • Martin T. Nweeia, Harvard School of Dental Medicine
  • A Virtual Expedition to Swedish Arctic Research Platforms
    • Gunhild (Ninis) Rosqvist, Stockholm University
  • Rivers, Lakes, Tundra, and Taiga: A Journey Across Alaska and Northern Canada
    • Matthew Sturm, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Alaska
  • Arctic Atmospheric Modeling: Should We Believe the Models?
    • Michael Tjernström, Stockholm University
  • The ARCSS Freshwater Integration Study: A Synthesis of Changes in
    the Arctic Hydrologic System
    • Charles J. Vörösmarty, University of New Hampshire; Larry Hinzman;
      Jonathan Pundsack; and the FWI Research Community
  • The Arctic in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
    Fourth Assessment Report
    • John Walsh, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • Vulnerability to Changing Conditions in the Canadian Arctic: The Case of Arctic Bay, Nunavut
    • Johanna Wandel, University of Guelph
  • Effects of Changes in Water Resources on Northern Societies
    • Daniel M. White, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Larry D. Hinzman; Lilian Alessa;
      Andrew Kliskey; and Peter P. Schweitzer
  • Panel Discussion: Water in the Arctic and International Collaborations: Opportunities
    During IPY and Beyond
    • Maribeth Murray (moderator), University of Alaska Fairbanks; Sara Bowden;
      Katey Walter; Inger Marie Gaup Eira; Volker Rachold; and Daniel M. White
  • The Arctic Water Resources Vulnerability Index (AWRVI): A New Tool
    for Assessing Resilience to Change
    • Lilian Alessa, University of Alaska Anchorage; Andrew Kliskey;
      Richard Lammers; Christopher D. Arp; Daniel M. White;
      and Larry D. Hinzman
  • Wetland Carbon Stocks in Arctic Watersheds: We Might Know About How Much,
    But Where Is It?
    • David W. Beilman, Queen's University Belfast
  • PolarTREC-Teachers and Researchers Exploring and Collaborating:
    Innovative Science Education from the Poles to the World
    • Katie J. Breen, Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S.; and Janet Warburton
  • PolarTREC-Teachers and Researchers Exploring and Collaborating:
    Classroom Activities and Learning Resources
    • Katie J. Breen, Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S.;
      and Janet Warburton
  • Pan-Arctic Drainage Basin Monitoring: Current Status and Potential Significance
    for Assessment of Climate Change Impacts and Feedbacks
    • Arvid Bring, Stockholm University; Georgia Destouni; and Fredrik Hannerz
  • ARCUS Internet Media Archive (IMA): A Resource for Outreach and Education
    • Tina M. Buxbaum, Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S.;
      and Wendy K. Warnick
  • Development of the Pan-Arctic Snowfall Reconstruction:
    New Land-Based Solid Precipitation Estimates for 1940-1999
    • Jessie Cherry, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Bruno Tremblay;
      Marc Stieglitz; Stephen Déry; and Gavin Gong
  • Intensification of the Arctic Hydrologic Cycle: Evidence from the Lena Basin, Siberia
    • Jessie Cherry, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Vladimir A. Alexeev;
      Beate Liepert; Pavel Groisman; and Vladimir Romanovsky
  • Migration in the Arctic: Subsistence, Jobs, and Well-Being in Urban
    and Rural Communities
    • Lee Huskey, University of Alaska Anchorage; Matt D. Berman;
      Lance Howe; Stephanie L. Martin; and Wayne Edwards
  • Hydrocarbons Biodegradation Potential In the Kola Bay (Barentz Sea) Littoral Area
    During Year In Relation with Macrophytes Growth
    • Vladimir V. Ilinskiy, Moscow State Lomonosov University; Inga V. Peretruchina;
      and Michail N. Semenenko
  • Interannual Variability in the Arctic Ocean Freshwater Balance
    • Alexandra Jahn, McGill University; Bruno Tremblay; and Lawrence A. Mysak
  • Arctic Research Mapping Application (ARMAP)
    • George W. Johnson, University of Texas El Paso; Joaquin A. Aguilar;
      Allison G. Gaylord; K. Martinez; Raed Aldouri; Mike Dover; Diana Garcia-Lavigne;
      William F. Manley; Robbie Score; Craig E. Tweedie
  • Late-glacial and Holocene Biogeochemical Response to Hydrologic Changes in
    an Alaskan Peatland
    • Miriam Jones, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Dorothy M. Peteet;
      Raymond Sambrotto; Tom Guilderson; and Dorothy Kurdyla
  • Polar Bears on Bering Sea Islands
    • David R. Klein, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • Modeling Soil Moisture Distribution in Northern Alaska: Today +/- 100-Years
    • Anna K. Liljedahl, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • Carbon Flux from Melted Permafrost Cores
    • Lorene Lynn, University of Alaska
  • International Polar Year Data and Information Services
    • Mark S. McCaffrey, University of Colorado; and Mark A. Parsons
  • Facilitating Collaborative Scientific and Technical Research in the Arctic Sciences
    and Geosciences
    • Laura M. Meany, U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation;
      and Erik A. Edlund
  • Influx of Freshwater Runoff to the Northern Atlantic Ocean from East Greenland
    • Sebastian H. Mernild, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • Arctic Science Discoveries
    • National Science Foundation
  • The International Polar Year
    • National Science Foundation
  • The Circumpolar Active Layer Monitoring (CALM) Network
    • Frederick E. Nelson, University of Delaware; Nikolay I. Shiklomanov;
      Kenneth M. Hinkel; Jerry Brown; and Galina Mazhitova
  • Hunting Bowhead in Northern Alaska 1980-2005: Iñupiat Adaptation and Resilience
    to Climatic Variability
    • Craig Nicolson, University of Massachusetts; Stephen Braund; Craig George;
      Jack Kruse; Sue Moore; and Carin Ashjian
  • Narratives of Environmental Change from Wetland, River, and Lake Communities
    in Iceland and Norway
    • Astrid E. Ogilvie, University of Colorado; Oyvind Nordli; Gisli Palsson;
      Thomas H. McGovern; Arni Einarsson; Orri Vesteinsson; Trausti Jonsson;
      Ian A. Simpson; and Jennifer Brown
  • Precipitation Changes, Uncertainties, and Associated Impacts to the
    Arctic Environment
    • Michael A. Rawlins, University of New Hampshire
  • Identification of Dominant Patterns in Pan-Arctic River Discharge Trends
    • Asa K. Rennermalm, Princeton University; and Eric F. Wood
  • High Resolution Analysis of Laminated Lacustrine and Marine Sediments in
    Cape Hurd Lake, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada: A Contribution to the ARCSS 2,000-Year Synthesis of Climate Variability from Arctic Lakes
    • Mike Retelle, Bates College
  • Monitoring Frost Heave and Thaw Subsidence at CALM Sites in Northern Alaska
    with Differential GPS
    • Dmitry A. Streletskiy, University of Delaware; Jonathon D. Little;
      Nikolay I. Shiklomanov; and Frederick E. Nelson
  • Arctic Sea Ice is Disappearing Faster than Forecast
    • Julienne C. Stroeve, University of Colorado; Mark C. Serreze; Marika Holland;
      and Walter Meier
  • Melting Over the Greenland Ice Sheet in 2006 and the 2003-2006 Melting Anomaly from
    Space-Borne Microwave Data
    • Marco Tedesco, University of Maryland
  • ISAC - International Study of Arctic Change
    • Michael Tjernström, Stockholm University; and Grete K. Hovelsrud
  • Synoptic Influences on the Arctic's Freshwater Budget: Case Studies from the
    Northern North Atlantic
    • Maria Tsukernik, University of Colorado Boulder; Mark C. Serreze;
      and David N. Kindig
  • IPY: Impacts of Permafrost Degradation on Methane Emissions from Arctic Lakes
    • Katey M. Walter, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Mary E. Edwards; Guido Grosse;
      F. Stuart Chapin III; Sergei Zimov; Sudipta Sarkar; Laurence C. Smith;
      and Lawrence Plug
  • The Arctic Research Consortium of the United States
    • Wendy K. Warnick, Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S.
  • Community Needs Assessment and Portal Prototype Development for an
    Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure (ASDI)
    • Helen V. Wiggins, Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S.; Wendy K. Warnick;
      Lamont C. Hempel; Jordan Henk; Mark Sorensen; Craig E. Tweedie; and Allison Graves Gaylord