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Program at a glance | Science Program | Bussines Program

Science Symposium:
The Arctic Hub - Regional and Global Perspectives

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Sessions

#1 - Atmosphere Processes and Global Climate Connections
#2 - Cryospheric Changes: Drivers and Consequences
#3 - Marine Processes and Variability
#4 - Terrestrial Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Stressors
#5 - Impact of Global Changes on Arctic Societies
#6 - Arctic People and Resources: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks
#7 - Applying Local and Traditional Knowledge to Better Understanding of the Changing Arctic
#8 - Arctic System Science for Regional and Global Sustainability
#9 - Changing North: Predictions and Scenarios
DateTimeSESSIONS
#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9
17.0411.00-12.301.13.14.15.1
14.00-15.301.23.24.28.1
16.00-17.30Poster Session I
18.0410.30-12.301.32.16.17.1, 7.2
14.00-15.302.23.34.38.2
16.00-17.00Poster Session II
19.0411.00-12.302.33.44.49.1
14.00-15.303.54.56.29.2
PLLENARY & PARALELL SESSIONS
DateTimeRoom
Medium Hall AMedium Hall BLarge HallSmall Hall
17.049:30-10.30Opening Ceremony & Plenary session: Keynote Lecture by Robert Corell
(Large Hall)
11.00-12.304.11.13.15.1
14.00-15.304.21.23.28.1
16.00-17.30Poster Session I
(Seminar Room and Level +1 hall)
18.049:00-10:00Plenary session: Keynote Lecture by
Vladimir Sangi

Introduction of IASC Medal Awardee; IASC Medal Lecture by
Leif Anderson

(Large Hall)
10.30-12.307.1, 7.22.11.36.1
14.00-15.304.32.23.38.2
16.00-17.00Poster Session II
(Seminar Room and Level +1 hall)
19.049.30-10.30Plenary session: Keynote Lectures by
Chris Southcott
&
John Walsh

(Large Hall)
11.00-12.304.42.33.49.1
14.00-15.304.56.23.59.2
16.00-17.00Closing Session
(Plenary)
(Large Hall)
  • Session #1: Atmosphere Processes and Global Climate Connections
    •      #1.1: Observations
      17.04.2013 11.00-12.30 Chair: Timo Vihma

      • 11:00-11:15
        #1.1.1   Climate variability in the Northern Yakutia
        A. Makshtas1, N. Ivanov1, O. Yjukova1, I. Bolshakova1, S. Shutilin1

        1Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia
        Abstract
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #1.1.2   Spatial diversity of air temperature in Svalbard in the period from 1st August 2010 to 31st August 2011
        Rajmund Przybylak1, Andrzej Araźny1, Qyvind Nordli2, Roman Finkelnburg3, Marek Kejna1, Tomasz Budzik4, Krzysztof Migała5, Sebastian Sikora5, Dariusz Puczko6, Grzegorz Rachlewicz7, Krzysztof Rymer7

        1Department of Meteorology and Climatology, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland; 2Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Oslo, Norway; 3Technical University, Berlin, Germany; 4University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Poland; 5University of Wrocław, Wrocław, Poland; 6Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics PAS, Warsaw, Poland; 7Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #1.1.3   Russian drifting stations in XXI century
        Vladimir Sokolov1, Alexander Makshtas1

        1Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia
        Abstract
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #1.1.4   BLACK CARBON IN THE SURFACE ATMOSPHERE OF THE RUSSIAN ARCTIC
        Anna A. Vinogradova1, Vladimir M. Kopeikin1, Anna O. Veremeichik1, Alexander N. Novigatzky2

        1A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences; 2P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #1.1.5   Polar stratospheric cloud occurrence over Finland in the 2012/2013 Arctic winter as measured with two Raman lidars
        Anne Hoffmann1, Eleni Giannakaki1, Rigel Kivi2, Otto Schrems3,4, Franz Immler5, Mika Komppula1

        1Finnish Meteorological Institute, Kuopio Unit, P.O.Box 1627, FI-70211 Kuopio, Finland; 2Finnish Meteorological Institute, Arctic Research Centre, FI-99600 Sodankylä, Finland; 3Department of Chemistry, University of Bremen, P.O. Box 330 440, D-28334 Bremen, Germany; 4Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Am Handelshafen 12, D-27515 Bremerhaven, Germany; 5European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, Brussels, Belgium
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #1.1.6   A Data Access Portal for the International Arctic Systems for Observing the Atmosphere and Surface (IASOA-S) to investigate Arctic Climate Change
        Sandy Starkweather1, Taneil Uttal2

        1University of Colorado Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences; 2NOAA Earth Systems Research Laboratory
        Abstract
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    •      #1.2: Modelling (regional) and boundary layer
      17.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Sara Strey-Mellema

      • 14:00-14:15
        #1.2.1   MODELING HIGH WIND EVENTS IN A REGIONAL ARCTIC SYSTEM MODEL
        John Cassano1, Alice DuVivier1, Mimi Hughes1

        1CIRES and ATOC, University of Colorado, United States
        Abstract
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      • 14:15-14:30
        #1.2.2   Interaction between Arctic sea ice and the atmospheric circulation
        Klaus Dethloff1, Annette Rinke1, Dörthe Handorf1, Wolfgang Dorn1, Ralf Jaiser1, Daniel Klaus1, Moritz Mielke1

        1Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Research Unit Potsdam, Germany
        Abstract
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #1.2.3   Evaluating central Arctic summer conditions in the Arctic System Reanalysis (ASR) and ERA-Interim using Arctic-Summer Cloud-Ocean-Study (ASCOS) data
        C. Wesslén1, M.Tjernström1, D.H. Bromwich2, S.H. Wang2, L. S. Bai2, G. de Boer3

        1Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden; 2Ohio State University, Columbus, USA, ; 3University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
        Abstract
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #1.2.4   Impacts of the Laptev Sea polynyas on sea ice production and the atmospheric boundary layer
        Günther Heinemann1, Martin Bauer1, Sascha Willmes1

        1Environmental Meteorology, University of Trier, Germany
        Abstract
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #1.2.5   Recent advances in understanding and parameterization of small-scale physical processes in the Arctic atmosphere
        Timo Vihma1, Christof Lüpkes2, Tiina Nygård1, Ian Renfrew3, Joseph Sedlar4, Michael Tjernström5

        1Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland; 2Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany; 3University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom; 4Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, Norrköping, Sweden; 5Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
        Abstract
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #1.2.6   Boundary layer mixing state and vertical distribution of aerosol at high latitude locations
        Gijs de Boer1, Matthew D. Shupe1

        1CIRES, The University of Colorado - Boulder
        Abstract
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    •      #1.3: Modelling (large scale)
      18.04.2013 10.30-12.30 Chair: Günther Heinemann

      • 10:30-11:00
        #1.3.1   Impact of snow cover and sea ice on seasonal predictions in the Arctic
        Orsolini, Yvan J.1, Senan, Retish2, Balsamo, Gianpaolo3, Vitart, Frederic3, Doblas-Reyes, Francesco4, Weisheimer , Antje3, Benestad, Rasmus2, Carrasco, Ana2

        1Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), Kjeller, Norway ; 2Norwegian Meteorological Institute (met.no), Oslo, Norway; 3European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Reading, UK ; 4Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA)
        Abstract
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      • 11:00-11:15
        #1.3.2   Synoptic Activity Associated with Sea Ice Variability in the Arctic
        Catrin M. Mills1, John E. Walsh2

        1University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA; 2University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA
        Abstract
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #1.3.3   The impact of radiosonde data over the ice-free Arctic Ocean on the atmospheric circulation in the Northern Hemisphere
        Jun Inoue1,2, Takeshi Enomoto1,3, Masatake E. Hori1

        1Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan; 2National Institute of Polar Research, Japan; 3Kyoto University, Japan
        Abstract
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #1.3.4   Data Analysis for the Arctic Oscillation using the AOI equation
        Hiroshi L. Tanaka1, Masatomo Kino1

        1University of Tsukuba, Center for Computational Sciences
        Abstract
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      • 11.45-12:30
        #1.3.5   Short poster presentations
        Multiple
  • Session #2: Cryospheric Changes: Drivers and Consequences
    •      #2.1:
      18.04.2013 10.30-12.30 Chair: Francisco Navarro

      • 10:30-11:00
        #2.1.1   INVITED  Influence of melt water supply on the dynamics of the Greenland Ice Sheet
        Martin Lüthi1, Claudia Ryser1, Martin Funk1

        1VAW Glaciology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
        Abstract
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      • 11:00-11:15
        #2.1.2   Permafrost and ground ice composition in connection with coastal morphology for key areas of the Yamal and Gydan Peninsula
        Alisa Baranskaya1,2, Dmitry Bolshiyanov1,3, Vladimir Onoshko3, Yuri Kuchanov1

        1Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, Faculty of Geography, Department of Geomorphology; 2Laboratory of the Geoecology of the North, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia; 3Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI), Saint-Petersburg, Russia
        Abstract
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #2.1.3   The role of above average precipitation events in high Arctic catchements relief development
        Grzegorz Rachlewicz1, Monika Stawska1, Zbigniew Zwoliński1

        1Institute of Geoecology and Geoinformation, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
        Abstract
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #2.1.4   snow atmosphere interactions: coupling strength and potential predictability
        Li Xu1,2

        1Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies; 2George Mason University, USA
        Abstract
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #2.1.5   High time and space resolution analysis of Austre Lovén glacier seasonal and interannual dynamics (Svalbard - 79°N)
        Florian Tolle1, Eric Bernard1, Jean-Michel Friedt2, Christelle Marlin3, Madeleine Griselin1

        1ThéMA CNRS, université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France; 2FEMTO-ST CNRS – université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France; 3IDES CNRS – université Paris Sud, Orsay, France
        Abstract
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    •      #2.2:
      18.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Hiroyuki Enomoto

      • 14:00-14:30
        #2.2.1   INVITED  A multi-proxy approach for revealing recent climatic changes - a case study from small partially glaciated basins from SW Spitsbergen
        Piotr Owczarek1, Adam Nawrot2, Krzysztof Migała1

        1Institute of Geography and Regional Development, Uniwersity of Wroclaw; 2Department of Polar Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
        Abstract
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #2.2.2   Studies on calving mechanism of Spitsbergen tidewater glaciers with special reference to Hansbreen
        Michał Ciepły1, Jacek A. Jania1, Dariusz Ignatiuk1, Michał Pętlicki2, Ethan Welty3

        1Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Poland; 2CEAZA, La Serena, Chile; 3INSTAAR, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
        Abstract
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #2.2.3   Continuous observations of snow cover in highly industrialized Russian Arctic area (Khibiny Mountains)
        Yuliya Zaika1, Marina Vikulina1, Sergey Konyaev1

        1The Khibiny educational and scientific station of the Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University
        Abstract
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #2.2.4   The response of High Arctic coasts to the post-Little Ice Age glacier retreat and paraglacial landscape transformation - recent advances from Svalbard
        Matt Strzelecki1,2,3, Piotr Zagórski4

        1University Centre in Svalbard, Department of Arctic Geology, Norway; 2Durham University, Department of Geography, UK; 3Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Department of Cryospheric Research, Poland; 4Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Department of Geomorphology, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #2.2.5   Radio-echo sounding and ice volume estimates of western Nordenskiöld Land glaciers, Svalbard
        Alba Martín-Español1, Evgeny V. Vasilenko2, Francisco J. Navarro1, Jaime Otero1, Javier J. Lapazaran1, Ivan Lavrentiev3, Yury Y. Macheret3, Francisco Machío4, Andrey F. Glazovsky3

        1Technical University of Madrid, Dept. Applied Mathematics, ETSI Telecomunicación, Av Complutense 30, 28040 Madrid, Spain; 2Inst. Industrial Res. Akadempribor, Acad. Sci. Uzbekistan, Akademgorodok, St. F. Hujaev 28, 100123 Tashkent, Uzbekistan; 3Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences 29 Staromonetny Per., 109017 Moscow, Russia; 4Esc. Sup. Ingeniería y Arquitectura, Univ. Pontificia Salamanca/Fundac. Pablo VI, Pº Juan XXIII 3, 28040 Madrid, Spain
        Abstract
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    •      #2.3:
      19.04.2013 11.00-12.30 Chair: Yulia Zaika

      • 11:00-11:15
        #2.3.1   Recent changes of glaciers on Franz Josef Land from remote sensing data
        Sokolov Igor1

        1Institute of Geography RAS, research engineer
        Abstract
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #2.3.2   Long-term dynamics of the North Water polynya: comparison of different satellite data sets and methods
        Günther Heinemann1, Andreas Preußer1

        1Environmental Meteorology, University of Trier, Germany
        Abstract
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #2.3.3   Snow cover modelling at the Polish Polar Station Hornsund
        Bartłomiej Luks1, Marzena Osuch1, Renata Romanowicz1

        1Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #2.3.4   Landscape consequences of the glaciers’ recession in the mountains south of Longyearbyen
        Wiesław Ziaja1

        1Jagiellonian University, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Gronostajowa 7, 30-387 Kraków, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #2.3.5   Cryospheric Changes in Suntar-Khayata Mountains in North-East Siberia
        Tetsuo Ohata1, Shuhei Takahashi2, Hiroyuki Enomoto3, Tsutomu Kadota1, Alexander Fedorov4

        1Japan Agency for Marine Earth Science and Technology; 2KItami Institute of Technology; 3National Institute of Polar Research; 4Melinikov Permafrost Institute
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #2.3.6   Modeling and measurements of glaciers ablation - a comparison of the effective methods applied in SW Spitsbergen.
        MIGAŁA Krzysztof1, IGNATIUK Dariusz2, KRYZA Maciej1, MAJCHROWSKA Elżbieta2

        1University of Wrocław; 2University of Silesia
        Abstract
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  • Session #3: Marine Processes and Variability
    •      #3.1:
      17.04.2013 11.00-12.30 Chair: Monika Kędra, Jinping Zhao, Wieslaw Maslowski

      • 11:00-11:30
        #3.1.1   INVITED  On oceanic processes of relevance to large-scale Arctic sea ice cover variability and trends – model perspective and observational needs
        Wieslaw Maslowski1, Jaclyn Clement Kinney1, Stephen Okkonen2, Robert Osinski3, Andrew Roberts1

        1Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA; 2University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK, USA; 3Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #3.1.2   Deterioration of the sea-ice cover in the Canada Basin and impact on the freshwater cycle from ice draft observations between 2003 to 2012
        Richard A. Krishfield1, Andrey Y. Proshutinsky1, William J. Williams2

        1Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, USA; 2Fisheries and Ocean Canada, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, BC, Canada
        Abstract
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #3.1.3   RECONSTRUCTION OF WATER CIRCULATION IN THE PACIFIC SECTOR OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN
        Gleb Panteleev1, Takashi Kikuchi2, Andrey Proshutinsky3, Jinlun Zhang4, Oceana Francis5

        1IARC, UAF, USA; 2Jamstec, Japan; 3Woods Hole oceanographic institute, USA; 4Applied physical laboratory, UW, USA; 5University of Hawaii Manoa, USA
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #3.1.4   Thermal regimes in the Chukchi Sea defined through eof decomposition of the hydrophysical observations since 1941-present and 4dvar data assimilation
        Vladimir Luchin1, Gleb Panteleev2

        1V.I.Il’ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences; 2International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska, Faribanks
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #3.1.5   Benthic diversity vulnerability to increasing temperatures and sea ice reduction in the changing ecosystems of the Bering and Chukchi Seas
        Monika Kędra1, Jacqueline M. Grebmeier1, Lee W. Cooper1

        1University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Solomons, Maryland, USA
        Abstract
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    •      #3.2:
      17.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Wieslaw Maslowski, Jinping Zhao, Monika Kędra

      • 14:00-14:15
        #3.2.1   Submarine trenches in the West Spitsbergen shelf – their role for the Atlantic water advection over the shelf break
        Ilona Goszczko1

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Powstańców Warszawy 55, 81-712 Sopot, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 14:15-14:30
        #3.2.2   Variability of the West Spitsbergen Current properties on seasonal to interannual time scale
        Waldemar Walczowski1

        1Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences
        Abstract
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #3.2.3   Transport and variability of the West Spitsbergen Current in the past 50 years based on numerical model results and observations.
        Robert Osiński1, Waldemar Walczowski1, Wieslaw Maslowski2

        1Institute of Oceanology PAS, Sopot, Poland; 2Naval Postgreduate School, Monterey, USA
        Abstract
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #3.2.4   Destination North – a note on the distribution of mesozooplankton in the West Spitsbergen Current in the gateway to the Arctic Ocean
        Slawomir Kwasniewski1, Marta Gluchowska1, Emilia Trudnowska1, Ilona Goszczko1, Beata Szymczycha1, Katarzyna Blachowiak-Samolyk1

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences (IO PAN), Powstańców Warszawy St. 55, 81-712 Sopot, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #3.2.5   Scales of biological patchiness in surface waters of Fram Strait marginal ice zone in summer
        Marta Gluchowska1, Emilia Trudnowska1, Katarzyna Blachowiak-Samolyk1, Slawomir Kwasniewski1

        1Institute of Oceanology (IO PAN), Powstańców Warszawy 55, 81-712 Sopot, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #3.2.6   Heat loss from the Atlantic water layer in the St. Anna Trough (northern Kara Seas): Causes and consequences
        Igor A, Dmitrenko1, Sergey A. Kirillov2, Nuno Serra3, Nikolay V. Koldunov3, Vladimir V. Ivanov2, Ursula Schauer4, Igor V. Polyakov5, David Barber1, Markus Janout4, Vidar S. Lien6, Mikhail Makhotin2, Yevgeny Aksenov7

        1Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada; 2Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia; 3Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Germany; 4Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany; 5Interanational Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, USA; 6Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway; 7National Oceanography Centre Southampton, Southampton, UK
        Abstract
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    •      #3.3:
      18.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Wieslaw Maslowski, Monika Kędra, Jinping Zhao

      • 14:00-14:15
        #3.3.1   Dynamic and thermodynamic barrier effects of the Arctic upper halocline
        JInping Zhao1, Xiaoyu Wang1, Yong Cao1

        1Ocean University of China
        Abstract
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      • 14:15-14:30
        #3.3.2   Double-diffusive processes in the Arctic Ocean - are they of importance?
        Bert Rudels1

        1Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland
        Abstract
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #3.3.3   Wave conditions in the Arctic Ocean: modeling study and data analysis
        Oceana Francis1, Gleb Panteleev2

        1University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA; 2International Arctic Research Center, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
        Abstract
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #3.3.4   A sea-ice forecast system in the Barents and Kara Seas including a newly developed marginal ice zone model
        Jon Bergh1, Timothy Williams1, Francois Counillon1

        1Nansen Environment and Remote Sensing Center, Bergen, Norway
        Abstract
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #3.3.5   Geochemistry sedimentation in the Chukchi-Alaskian sector of the Arctic ocean: application to analyses of past climate changes
        Astakhov A.S.1, Wang Rujian2, Kalugin I.A.3, Bosin A.A.1, Kolesnik A.N.1, Wenshen Xiao2

        1V.I.Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, 43 Baltiyskaya St., Vladivostok, Russia ; 2Tongji University 1239, Siping Road, Shanghai, P.R. China; 3Sobolev Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, 3, pr. Akademika Koptyuga Novosibirsk, Russia
        Abstract
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #3.3.6   Late Holocene changes in the Greenland Sea – local or regional phenomenon?
        Maciej M. Telesiński1, Robert F. Spielhagen1,2

        1GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Wischhofstrasse 1-3, 24148 Kiel, Germany; 2Academy of Sciences, Humanities, and Literature, 53151 Mainz, Germany
        Abstract
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    •      #3.4:
      19.04.2013 11.00-12.30 Chair: Jinping Zhao, Wieslaw Maslowski, Monika Kędra

      • 11:00-11:30
        #3.4.1   INVITED  The contiguous domains of Arctic Ocean advection: trails of life and death
        Paul Wassmann1, Eddy Carmack2

        1University of Tromsø, Norway; 2Fisheries and Ocean, Canada
        Abstract
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #3.4.2   Bering Sea dynamics – A synthesis of modeled variability during the past six decades
        Jaclyn Clement Kinney1, Robert Osinski2, Wieslaw Maslowski1

        1US Naval Postgraduate School; 2Institute of Oceanology
        Abstract
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #3.4.3   Role of shelf water transport in western Arctic biological hot spots
        Eiji Watanabe1, Michio Kishi1,2, Naomi Harada1, Jonaotaro Onodera1, Takeshi Terui1,3

        1Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology; 2Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University; 3National Institute of Polar Research
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #3.4.4   Phytoplankton in the Laptev Sea: distribution, dynamics and environmental forcing (comparison two autumnal seasons 2008/2010)
        Irina Kryukova1, Yelena Polyakova2, Ekaterina Abramova3, Fedor Martynov4, Andrey Novikhin5, Heidemarie Kassens6, Jens Hoelemann7

        1Water Problems Institute RAS, Moscow; 2Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow; 3Lena Delta Reserve, Tiksi; 4Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg; 5Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg; 6Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kie, Kiel; 7Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #3.4.5   Mobile hard substrate – additional biodiversity source in Arctic shallow subtidal system
        Piotr Balazy1, Piotr Kuklinski1,2

        1Marine Ecology Department, Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Powstańców Warszawy 55, Sopot, Poland; 2Department of Zoology, Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road , London SW7 5BD, United Kingdom
        Abstract
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    •      #3.5:
      19.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Monika Kędra, Wieslaw Maslowski, Jinping Zhao

      • 14:00-14:30
        #3.5.1   INVITED  Tidal glaciers retreat – loss of specific marine habitat in Arctic ?
        Jan Marcin Weslawski1, Christian Lydersen2, Harald Steen2, Maria Wlodarska- Kowalczuk1, Lech Stempniewicz3

        1Institute of Oceanology PAS, Sopot, Poland; 2Norsk Polar Institutt, Tromsø, Norway; 3University of Gdańsk, Poland
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #3.5.2   Submarine landforms of Recherche Fjord (Bellsund, Svalbard) and characteristics of the bottom sediments for example of the Verster Bay
        Piotr Zagórski1, Leszek Łęczyński2, Łukasz Franczak1, Piotr Bartmiński1, Andrzej Plak1, Jarosław Tęgowski2, Piotr Demczuk1

        1Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Faculty of Earth Sciences and Spatial Management, Poland; 2University of Gdańsk, Institute of Oceanography, Poland
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #3.5.3   Acoustical signatures of melting and calving glaciers as indicator of dynamic processes in the Arctic
        Jaroslaw Tegowski1, Grant B. Deane2, Aliaksandr Lisimenka3, Philippe Blondel4

        1University of Gdansk, Institute of Oceanography, Gdynia, Poland; 2Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Marine Physical Laboratory, San Diego, USA; 3Maritime Institute in Gdansk, Gdańsk, Poland; 4University of Bath, Department of Physics, Claverton Down, Bath, United Kingdom
        Abstract
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #3.5.4   Pacific Marine Arctic Regional Synthesis (PacMARS)
        Jacqueline Grebmeier1, Lee Cooper1, Carin Ashjian2, Bodil Bluhm3, Robert Campbell4, Kenneth Dunton5, James Moore6, Steve Okkonen3, Gay Sheffield3, Sveta Yamin-Pasternak3, John Trefry7

        1University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Solomons, Maryland USA; 2Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA; 3The University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA; 4University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island, USA; 5The University of Texas at Austin, Marine Science Institute, Port Aransas, Texas, USA; 6The National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, USA; 7Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, USA
        Abstract
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #3.5.5   A call for coordinated Polish research on climate relevant greenhouse gas fluxes in the Arctic
        Jacek Piskozub1

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences (IOPAN), Sopot, Poland
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  • Session #4: Terrestrial Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Stressors
    •      #4.1: Landscape change
      17.04.2013 11.00-12.30 Chair: Warwick Vincent, Yoo Kyung Lee, Sonal Choudhary

      • 11:00-11:15
        #4.1.1   Dynamic spatial patterns of arctic shrub expansion and hypotheses regarding its landscape-scale drivers
        Adam T. Naito1, David M. Cairns1

        1Department of Geography, Texas A&M University
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #4.1.2   Towards Understanding Recent Pan-Arctic Tundra Vegetation Change and it’s Associated Climate Variability
        Uma S. Bhatt1, Donald A. Walker2, Peter A. Bieniek1, Martha K. Raynolds2, Howard E. Epstein3, Josefino C. Comiso4, Jorge E. Pinzon4, Compton J. Tucker4

        1Department of Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Institute at University of Alaska Fairbanks; 2Department of Biology and Wildlife and Institute of Arctic Biology at University of Alaska Fairbanks; 3University of Virginia Charlottesville; 4NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #4.1.3   CHANGES IN TUNDRA VEGETATION OF SPITSBERGEN OVER THE LAST 30 YEARS
        Michał Węgrzyn1, Maja Lisowska1, Agnieszka Słaby1

        1Department of Polar Research and Documentation, Institute of Botany, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #4.1.4   Underestimated role of a dormant period? Dendroclimatological analyses of Betula nana from Disko Island (W Greenland)
        Agata Buchwal1,5, Grzegorz Rachlewicz1, Bo Elberling2,6, Birger Ulf Hansen2, Marc Overgaard Hansen3, Jørgen Hollesen2,7, Ole Stecher 4

        1Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Geoecology and Geoinformation Dziegielowa 27, 61-680 Poznań, Poland; 2Center for Permafrost (CENPERM), University of Copenhagen, Øster Voldgade 10, DK-1350 Copenhagen, Denmark; 3Center for Ocean and Ice, Danish Meteorological Institute. Lyngbyvej 100, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark ; 4Arctic Station, University of Copenhagen, 3953 Qeqertarsuaq, Greenland; 5Swiss Federal Research Institute, WSL, Dendroecology Group, Zürcherstrasse 111 CH - 8903 Birmensdorf, Switzerland; 6University Centre on Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Svalbard; 7Department of Conservation, National Museum of Denmark, I.C. Modewegsvej, Brede, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #4.1.5   The major factors affecting the modern condition terrestrial biota and landscapes in Russian Arctic
        Arkadiy Tishkov1

        1 Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #4.1.6    Arctic Development and Adaptation to Permafrost in Transition (ADAPT)
        Warwick F. Vincent1

        1Centre for Northern Studies (CEN) & Dépt de Biologie, Laval University, Québec City, QC, G1V 0A6, Canada
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    •      #4.2: Biodiversity
      17.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Warwick Vincent, Yoo Kyung Lee, Sonal Choudhary

      • 14:00-14:30
        #4.2.1   INVITED  Shaping forces of biodiversity in the Arctic
        Ingibjörg Svala Jónsdóttir1,2

        1University of Iceland; 2University Centre in Svalbard
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #4.2.2   Community assembly of recently emerged nunataks, Iceland
        María Ingimarsdóttir1,2, Jörgen Ripa1, Katarina Hedlund1

        1Department of Biology, Lund University, Sölvegatan 37, SE 223 62 Lund, Sweden; 2The Icelandic Institute of Natural History, Urriðaholtsstræti 6-8, P.O. Box 125, 212 Garðabær, Iceland
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #4.2.3   Island Ecosystems of the Pechora Sea (Vaigach and Kolguev Islands), as the Centers of Arctic Animals Biodiversity
        Glazov P.M.1

        1Institute of Geography RAS
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #4.2.4   The occurrence of etiological agents of parasitic zoonoses in Svalbard.
        Oleg Ditrich1, Lucie Honsová1, Martin Kváč2, Bohumil Sak2, Tomáš Tyml1,2

        1University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, Czech Republic; 2Biology Centre ASCR, v. v. i., Institute of Parasitology, České Budějovice, Czech Republic
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #4.2.5   Spring Temperatures and Phenological Plasticity of Butterflies in Yukon Mountains
        Dagmar Egelkraut 1, Jodie Pongracz2, David Hik2

        1Forest and Nature Conservation, Wageningen University, Netherlands & Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Canada; 2Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Canada
        Abstract
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    •      #4.3: Cyanobacteria: from water to soil
      18.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Warwick Vincent, Yoo Kyung Lee, Sonal Choudhary

      • 14:00-14:15
        #4.3.1   Cyanobacteria in Arctic and Antarctic freshwaters: their diversity and toxicity
        Julia Kleinteich1, Susie Wood 2,6, Falk Hildebrand3, Antonio Quesada4, Antonio Camacho5, David Schleheck 1, Jonathan Puddick6,7, David Pearce7, Pete Convey7, Frithjof C. Küpper8, Daniel R. Dietrich1

        1University of Konstanz, Germany; 2Cawthron Institute, New Zealand; 3Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; 4Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; 5Universitat de València, Spain; 6University of Waikato, New Zealand; 7British Antarctic Survey, UK; 8Ocean Lab University of Aberdeen, UK.
        Abstract
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      • 14:15-14:30
        #4.3.2   Taxonomic and ecological revision of schizotrichacean cyanobacteria from Svalbard
        Jiří Komárek1, Ľubomír Kováčik2

        1Institute of Botany AS CR, Dukelská 135, CZ-379 82 Třeboň, Czech Republic; 2Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Révová 39, SK-811 02 Bratislava, Slovakia
        Abstract
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #4.3.3   Novel Inclusions (Storage Material) in Cells of Arctic Strains of Cyanobacteria (Phormidium, Oscillatoriales)
        Daria Tashyreva, MSc.1, Josef Elster, PhD.1,2

        1University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Science, České Budějovice, Czech Republic; 2Institute of Botany, Centre for Phycology, Academy of Sciences CR, Třeboň, Czech Republic
        Abstract
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #4.3.4   Impact of warming on Nostoc colonies (cyanobacteria) using modified open top chambers
        Josef Elster1,2, Jana Kvíderová1,2, Tomáš Hájek1,2, Kamil Láska3, Miloslav Šimek1,4

        1Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice,Czech Republic; 2Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences, Třeboň, Czech Republic ; 3Masaryk University, Faculty of Science, Brno,Czech Republic; 4Institute of Soil Biology, Biology Centre AS CR, České Budějovice, Czech Republic
        Abstract
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #4.3.5   Ecological typification of arctic cryptogamic crust, Petunia Bay, Svalbard
        Ekaterina Pushkareva1, Jana Kvíderová1,2, Josef Elster 1,2

        1University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Science, České Budějovice, Czech Republic; 2Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Třeboň, Czech Republic
        Abstract
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #4.3.6   Natural gradients as determinants of soil microfauna in crusts of central Svalbard
        Miloslav Devetter1,2, Karel Janko 1,3

        1Centre for Polar Ecology, University of South Bohemia, Na Zlaté stoce 3, 370 05 České Budějovice, Czech Republic; 2Biology Centre Acad. Sci. CR, Institute of Soil Biology, Na sádkách 7, 37005 České Budějovice, Czech Republic; 3Institute of animal physiology and genetics Acad. Sci. CR, Rumburská 89, 277 21, Liběchov, Czech Republic
        Abstract
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    •      #4.4: Northern Freshwaters
      19.04.2013 11:00-12.30 Chair: Warwick Vincent, Yoo Kyung Lee, Sonal Choudhary

      • 11:00-11:15
        #4.4.1   Effects of a Changing Cryosphere on Northern Lentic Ecosystems
        Frederick J. Wrona1, Terry D. Prowse1

        1Water and Climate Impacts Research Centre, Environment Canada, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. Canada
        Abstract
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #4.4.2   Geoecological functions of the Arctic river systems
        Zbigniew Zwoliński1

        1Institute of Geoecology and Geoinformation, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
        Abstract
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #4.4.3   Current state and vulnerability of Yamal hydroecological systems (West Siberia, Russia)
        Fedorova Irina1,2, Skorospekhova Tatyana3, Shumskaya Natalia1,2, Onoshko Vladimir1, Chetverova Antonina1,2, Heim Birgit5, Roessler Sebastian5, Eulenburg Antjia4, Dvornikov Dmitriy6

        1Arctic and Antarctic Research Insitute, Russia, St. Petersburg; 2St. Petersburg State University, Russia, St. Petersburg ; 3State Hydrological Insitute, Russia, St. Petersburg; 4Alfred Wegener Insitute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany, Potsdam; 5Technical University Munich, Germany, Munich; 6Earth Cryosphere Insitute of Siberian Branch of Russian Academia of Science, Russia, Tyumen'
        Abstract
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #4.4.4   GEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF THE LENA RIVER DELTA, EAST SIBERIA, RUSSIA
        Chetverova A.1,2, Fedorova I.1,2, Makhotin M.2

        1Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Geography and Geoecology, St.- Petersburg, Russia; 2Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute,St.- Petersburg, Rissia
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #4.4.5   The influence of groundwater discharge on the runoff of an Arctic stream (Ebba River, Central Spitsbergen)
        Dragon Krzysztof1, Marciniak Marek2

        1Adam Mickiewicz University,Institute of Geology, Maków Polnych Street 16, 61-606 Poznań; 2Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Physical Geography, Dzięgielowa Street 27, 61-686 Poznań
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #4.4.6   FLUVIAL DYNAMICS ON BERTILBREEN OUTWASH PLAIN
        Jan Kavan1, Jan Blahut2

        1Centre for Polar Ecology, University of South Bohemia, Branišovská 31, České Budějovice; 2Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics ASCR, V Holešovičkách 41, 182 09, Praha 8
        Abstract
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    •      #4.5: From Biogeochemistry (lakes and soils) to Environmental Change
      19.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Warwick Vincent, Yoo Kyung Lee, Sonal Choudhary

      • 14:00-14:15
        #4.5.1   Mercury and sulfur-reducing bacteria in sub-Arctic lake sediments of Kusawa Lake, Yukon Territory
        Jocelyn A. Joe-Strack1,2, Ellen L. Petticrew1

        1University of Northern British Columbia; 2Champagne and Aishihik First Nation
        Abstract
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      • 14:15-14:30
        #4.5.2   High Arctic Tundra – a potential sink for atmospheric nitrogen deposition: Highlights from 15N recovery experiments in Svalbard
        Sonal Choudhary1, Aimeric Blaud1, Malcolm C.Press2, Mark Osborne3, Andrew M. Tye4, Gareth K. Phoenix1

        1University of Sheffield, UK; 2University of Birmingham, UK; 3University of Lincoln, UK; 4British Geological Survey, UK
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #4.5.3   STOCKS OF CARBON AND NITROGEN IN POLAR SOILS: IN CASE OF STUDY OF ISLANDS AND SHORES OF RUSSIAN SECTOR OF ARCTIC
        Tomashunas V.1, Mukhametova N.1

        1Saint-Petersburg State University
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #4.5.4   Structure and Properties of Peatland Soils in the Bolshezemelskaya Tundra: Bare Peat Circles, Specificities of their Formation and the Ecosystem Role
        Kaverin Dmitry1, Pastukhov Alexander 1, Marushchak Maija2, Biasi Christina2, Lapteva Elena1

        1Institute of Biology Komi SC RAS; 2University of Eastern Finland
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #4.5.5   ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN HOLOCENE IN RUSSIAN ARCTIC
        Nazarova L.1,2, Frolova L.2, Palagushkina O.2, Fefilova E.B3, Loskutova O.A. 3, Diekman B.1

        1Alfred Wegener Institute for polar and marine research , Potsdam, Germany; 2Kazan (Volga Region) federal university, Kazan, Russia; 3Biology Institute of Komi SC UB of RAS, Russia (fefilova@ib.komisc.ru)
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #4.5.6   Sørkapp Land ecosystem response to climate warming and conservation of nature
        Wiesław Ziaja1

        1Jagiellonian University, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Gronostajowa 7, 30-387 Kraków, Poland
        Abstract
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  • Session #5: Impact of Global Changes on Arctic Societies
    •      #5.1:
      17.04.2013 11.00-12.30 Chair: Gerlis Fugmann, Grete Hovelsrud, Rasmus Ole Rasmussen

      • 11:00-11:15
        #5.1.1   Experiences of loneliness from childhood to adulthood. Northern Finland Birth Cohort 1986 Study.
        Rönkä, Anna Reetta1, Taanila, Anja2, Sunnari, Vappu1, Rautio, Arja3

        1Women´s and Gender Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Oulu, Finland; 2Institute of Health Sciences, University of Oulu, Primary Health Care Unit, University Hospital of Oulu, Oulu, Finland; 3Thule Institute, University of Oulu, Finland
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #5.1.2   Resilience of the Longyearbyen community to climate change and implications for other Arctic societies
        Tobias Luthe1, Ilan Kelman, Marina Martin Curran, Yvette Evers, Roderick L. Lawrence, Eric L Berlow, Romano Wyss, Silje. S. Thornblad

        1University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Institute for Tourism and Leisure Research; 2CICERO Uni Oslo; 3University of Geneva; 4
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #5.1.3   Moving North? Changing Mobilities of People and Resources in Alaska
        Peter Schweitzer1,2

        1University of Alaska Fairbanks; 2University of Vienna
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #5.1.4   Northern Innovation in Scandinavia: Lessons for the Circumpolar World
        Gerlis Fugmann1

        1International Centre for Northern Governance and Development, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #5.1.5   Does the concept of “A New Rural Paradigm” provide basis for durable economies in the North?
        Rasmus Ole Rasmussen1

        1Senior Research Fellow, Nordregio, Sweden
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #5.1.6   Local communities and globalization: Resilience, adaptatation or transformation
        Grete Hovelsrud
  • Session #6: Arctic People and Resources: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks
    •      #6.1:
      18.04.2013 10.30-12.30 Chair: Nancy Maynard, Alona Yefimenko, Julia Skupchenko

      • 10.30-10.45
        #6.1.1   INVITED  Northern Investment Risks in Human Capital Formation
        Elena Kotyrlo
      • 10.45-11.00
        #6.1.2   Food and water security indicators in an Arctic health context, an Arctic Council report
        Birgitta Evengard1, Lena Nilsson2

        1Div Infectious diseases, Dept Clin Microbiology, Umea university, Umea, Sweden; 2Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Nutritional research, Umeå university, Umeå, Sweden.
        Abstract
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      • 11.00-11.15
        #6.1.3   Sámi Knowledge of Snow and Ice: Future Challenges and Opportunities
        Inger Marie Gaup Eira1,3, Svein D. Mathiesen1,2, Johan Mathis Turi1

        1UArctic EALÁT Institute at ICR, Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway; 2Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, Oslo, Norway; 3Sámi University College, Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway
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      • 11.15-11.30
        #6.1.4   Saami culture in a changing climate, developing new strategies through a systems modeling
        Schlyter, Peter1, Sverdrup, Harald1, Jonsson, Jörgen2

        1Environmental and Resource Dynamics, Dept. of Physical Geography & Quaternary Geology, Stockholm Univ, Stockholm, Sweden; 2SSR – Svenska Samernas Riksförbund, Umeå, Sweden
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      • 11.30-11.45
        #6.1.5   CONTEMPORARY ROLE OF NENETS IN TUNDRA ECOSYSTEMS
        Mikhail Golovatin1, Ludmila Morozova1, Svetlana Ektova1

        1Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia, Yekaterinburg
        Abstract
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      • 11.45-12.00
        #6.1.6   Climate-Induced Community Relocation In Alaska: Institutional Strategies
        Robin Bronen1

        1Alaska Institute for Justice
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      • 12.00-12.15
        #6.1.7   EU and Arctic Indigenous Peoples and Their Roles: Partnership or Asymmetric Interdependency ?
        Michał Łuszczuk1

        1Department of Northern European Countries, Jan Kochanowski University, Poland
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      • 12.15-12.30
        #6.1.8   Respect, Resilience and Prosperity: Water and the people of Yukon Territory, Canada
        Jocelyn A. Joe-Strack1

        1Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation
        Abstract
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    •      #6.2:
      19.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Nancy Maynard, Alona Yefimenko, Julia Skupchenko

      • 14.00-14.15
        #6.2.1   INVITED  Indigenous Peoples and Resources in the Russian North
        Pavel Sulyandziga
      • 14.15-14.30
        #6.2.2   The Role of Institutions of Indigenous Peoples in Arctic Region of Russia
        Aleksandra Bocharnikova1

        1Saint Petersburg State University, Faculty of geography and Geo-Ecology
        Abstract
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      • 14.30-14.45
        #6.2.3   Transport diplomacy in the Arctic Region: Bridging the geopolitical gap between the local and the global
        Luc Ampleman1

        1 Jagiellonian University, Institute of European Studies
        Abstract
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      • 14.45-15.00
        #6.2.4   Natural Resources Exploitation: Opportunities and Challenges for Northern people in Republic Sakha (Yakutia)
        Valeria ZAMORSHCHIKOVA1

        1North-eastern federal university, Yakutsk, Russia
        Abstract
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      • 15.00-15.15
        #6.2.5   Using cartographic methods in research of conflicts in natural resource management of northern territories on an example of South Yakutia
        Antonina Savvinova1, Viktoria Filippova2

        1North-Eastern Federal University (Russia); 2Institute of Humanitarian Research and Indigenous Peoples of the North
        Abstract
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      • 15.15-15.30
        #6.2.6   Rural tourism at Extreme North: examples and tendencies for development
        Malygina Natalia1, Valter Snedzana1

        1Ural Federal University
        Abstract
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  • Session #7: Applying Local and Traditional Knowledge to Better Understanding of the Changing Arctic
    •      #7.1: Indigenous and local observations of change
      18.04.2013 10.30-11.30 Chair: Sandra Juutilainen, Claudio Aporta, Igor Krupnik

      • 10:30-10:45
        #7.1.1   A changing Arctic, or A Labil Environment? What Inuit people know about the land and its inhabitants.
        Beatrice COLLIGNON1

        1University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne and GDR Mutations Polaires (CNRS)
        Abstract
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      • 10:45-11:00
        #7.1.2   Integrating Traditional Knowledge with Western Science to Address Climate Change: Vulnerabilities, Adaptation, and Resilience
        Jeffrey Ross1

        1The University of Utah
        Abstract
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      • 11:00-11:15
        #7.1.3   Traditional Knowledge, Adaptation to Climate Change and Globalization in Circumpolar Reindeer Husbandry: The Voice and Knowledge of Reindeer Herders
        Anders Oskal1,4, Mikhail Pogodaev2,4, Inger Marie Gaup Eira4,5, Svein D. Mathiesen1,4, Johan Mathis Turi3

        1International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry (ICR), Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway; 2Association of World Reindeer Herders, Russia; 3Association of World Reindeer Herders, Norway; 4UArctic EALÁT Institute at ICR, Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway; 5Sámi University College, Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #7.1.4   Using Traditional Knowledge in Unpredictable Critical Events in Reindeer Husbandry. Examples from Sámi and Nenets reindeer husbandry.
        Rávdná Biret Márjá Eira 1

        1UArctic EALAT Institute at ICR, Guovdageaidnu/Kautokeino, Norway
        Abstract
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    •      #7.2: Application of local and traditional knowledge
      18.04.2013 11.30-12.30 Chair: Sandra Juutilainen, Claudio Aporta, Igor Krupnik

      • 11:30-11:45
        #7.2.1   Observation and Interpretation of Environmental change by Komi Hunters in the Russian North
        Art Leete1, Vladimir Lipin2

        1Professor of Ethnology, University of Tartu, Estonia; 2Researcher, National Museum of Komi Republic, Russia
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #7.2.2   Quantity and management vs. quality and knowledge? Different approaches to reindeer herding and the issue of domestication in Chukotka
        Virginie Vate1

        1Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France)
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #7.2.3   “Eskimo words for snow”: The life cycle of a linguistic example
        Marcin Kilarski1, Piotr Cichocki1

        1Adam Mickiewicz University
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #7.2.4   Arctic Social Indicators (ASI): applications, relevance, and a proposed system for monitoring
        Joan Nymand Larsen1,2, Peter Schweitzer3

        1University of Akureyri, Akureyri, Iceland; 2Stefansson Arctic Institute, Akureyri, Iceland; 3University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA
        Abstract
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  • Session #8: Arctic System Science for Regional and Global Sustainability
    •      #8.1:
      17.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Michał Łuszczuk, Josef Elster, Gunn-Britt Retter

      • 14.00-14.30
        #8.1.1   INVITED  Role of traditional knowledge navigating for local sustainability in a world with change in climate and biodiversity
        Svein D. Mathiesen1

        1UArctic EALAT Institute at International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry. 9520 Kautokeino, Norway
        Abstract
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      • 14.30-14.45
        #8.1.2   Identifying Important Ecological Areas in the U.S. Chukchi and Beaufort Seas
        Chris Krenz1, Jeff Short2, Brianne Mecum1, Kristie Livingston1, Jon Warrenchuk1, Susan Murray1

        1Oceana, 175 S. Franklin Street, Suite 418, Juneau, AK 99801, USA; 2JWS Consulting LLC
        Abstract
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      • 14.45-15.00
        #8.1.3   Boundary activities for knowledge based sustainability in the Arctic - preparations for the EU Arctic Information Centre
        Paula Kankaanpää1, Kamil Jagodzinski1

        1Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland
        Abstract
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      • 15.00-15.15
        #8.1.4   Identifying intervention hubs with systemic impact for sustainable development of Arctic systems
        Tobias Luthe1, Ilan Kelman2, Eric L. Berlow4, Roderick L. Lawrence3, Yvette Evers3, Marina Martin Curran3, Romano Wyss1, Silje H. Thonrblad2

        1University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Insitute for Tourism and Leisure Research; 2CICERO University of Oslo; 3University of Geneva; 4Vibrant Data Labs
        Abstract
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      • 15.15-15.30
        #8.1.5   Communication and structure of scientific data in order to support regional and global sustainability of the Arctic Region.
        Halldór Jóhannsson 1, Magdalena Tomasik 1, Leena - Kaisa Viitanen1

        1the Arctic Portal
        Abstract
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    •      #8.2:
      18.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Michał Łuszczuk, Josef Elster, Gunn-Britt Retter

      • 14.00-14.15
        #8.2.1   Arctic security researches. Between „old” and „new” approach
        Professor Krzysztof Kubiak PhD1

        1University of Lower Silesia
        Abstract
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      • 14.15-14.30
        #8.2.2   Social Sciences in the Program of Polish Research in the High North
        Ryszard M. Czarny1

        1Jan Kochanowski University Kielce Poland
        Abstract
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      • 14.30-14.45
        #8.2.3   An open data policy for IASC
        Mark Parsons1, Robert Huber2, Peter Pulsifer3, Arkady Tishkov 4, Hironori Yabuki 5, Volker Rachold6

        1Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; 2Alfred Wegener Institute; 3National Snow and Ice Data Center ; 4Russian Academy of Sciences; 5Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology; 6IASC Secretariat
        Abstract
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      • 14.45-15.00
        #8.2.4   Added value through cooperation. The role of Svalbard Sceince Forum and the Research in Svalbard database
        Karoline Bælum1, Halvard R. Pedersen1, Kaja Høvding Davidsen1

        1Svalbard Science Forum, The Research Council of Norway
        Abstract
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      • 15.00-15.15
        #8.2.5   An International Arctic Vegetation Database for panarctic vegetation classification, ecosystem models, and biodiversity studies
        D.A. Walker1, A.L. Breen1,7, H. Bültmsnn 2, F.J.A. Daniëls 2, S. Hennekens3, R.K. Peet5, L. Pellissier4,6, M.K. Raynolds 1, L. Stewart4, M.S. Wisz4

        1Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK USA; 2Institute of Biology and Biotechnology of Plants, University of Münster, Germany; 3Alterra, Wageningen UR, the Netherlands; 4The Arctic Research Centre and Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Århus, Denmark; 5Biology Department, University of Norh Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA; 6Faculty of Biology and Medicine, Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland; 7 International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, AK USA.
        Abstract
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      • 15.15-15.30
        #8.2.6   The Role of the Canadian High Arctic Research Program in Arctic Monitoring
        Donald McLennan1

        1Canadian High Arctic Research Station
        Abstract
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  • Session #9: Changing North: Predictions and Scenarios
    •      #9.1:
      19.04.2013 11.00-12.30 Chair: Georgia Destouni, Vera Metcalfe, Adam Naito

      • 11:00-11:15
        #9.1.1   Adaptation of Actions for a Changing Arctic (AACA)
        Lars-Otto Reiersen1

        1Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)
        Abstract
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      • 11:15-11:30
        #9.1.2   Information relevance for scenarios of Arctic climate and water change
        Arvid Bring1,2, Georgia Destouni1,2

        1Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University; 2Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University
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      • 11:30-11:45
        #9.1.3   Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate - MOSAiC
        Klaus Dethloff1, Michael Tjernström2, Matthew Shupe3, Ola Persson3

        1Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Research Unit Potsdam, Germany; 2Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University, Sweden; 3CIRES/NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, Boulder, United States
        Abstract
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      • 11:45-12:00
        #9.1.4   Simulating the effects of climate change on fire regimes in Arctic ecosystems: implications for conversion of tundra to shrubland and forest
        Amy L. Breen1, Alec P. Bennett1, Rebecca Hewitt2, Anna Springsteen1, Michael Lindgren1, Teresa N. Hollingsworth3, T. Scott Rupp1

        1International Arctic Research Center, Scenarios Network for Alaska & Arctic Planning, University of Alaska Fairbanks, US; 2Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA; 3US Forest Service PNW Research Station, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
        Abstract
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      • 12:00-12:15
        #9.1.5   Modeling Habitat Use by Bowhead Whales in Response to past and future Arctic Climate Change
        Daniel Pendleton1, Elizabeth Holmes2, Jinlun Zhang3, Megan Ferguson4

        1New England Aquarium, Central Warf, Boston, MA USA; 2National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, WA USA; 3University of Washington, Seattle, WA USA; 4National Marine Mammal Laboratory, Seattle, WA USA
        Abstract
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      • 12:15-12:30
        #9.1.6   INVITED  Resilience in the face of social and environmental change: The Arctic Resilience Report.
        Sarah E. Cornell1, Annika E. Nilsson2

        1Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden; 2Stockholm Environment Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
        Abstract
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    •      #9.2:
      19.04.2013 14.00-15.30 Chair: Georgia Destouni, Vera Metcalfe, Adam Naito

      • 14:00-14:15
        #9.2.1   INVITED  Food and Water security indicators in an Arctic health ontextc
        Birgitta Evengard1, Lena Nilsson2

        1Div Infectious diseases and Arctic research centre Umea university, Arcum, Umea, Sweden; 2Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Nutritional research, Umeå university, Umeå, Sweden.
        Abstract
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      • 14:15-14:30
        #9.2.2   Environmental indicators – tools for policy adjustment or useless data collection?
        Schlyter, Peter1, Österlin, Carl1, Dawson, Lucas1, Stjernquist, Ingrid1

        1Environmental and Resource Dynamics, Dept. of Physical Geography & Quaternary Geology, Stockholm Univ. Stockhol, Sweden
        Abstract
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      • 14:30-14:45
        #9.2.3   Games in the Arctic. Applying game theory insights to Arctic challenges
        Eric Sjöberg1, Scott Cole2, Sergei Izmalkov3

        1Stockholm University, Department of Economics ; 2EnviroEconomics Sweden, Consultancy; 3New Economic School, Moscow
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      • 14:45-15:00
        #9.2.4   Arctic genetic resources a challenge for international law
        Marta Przygodzka-Markiewicz1, Maja Głuchowska-Wójcicka1

        1Member of Committee on the Social Sciences and the History of Polish Polar Research, Polar Research Committee, PAS
        Abstract
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      • 15:00-15:15
        #9.2.5   Living a Laboratory Life at the Age of the Test?
        Justiina Dahl1

        1European University Institute
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      • 15:15-15:30
        #9.2.6   A New Northern Civilization: Design Vision
        Svetlana Usenyuk1

        1Postdoctoral researcher, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
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Poster Session I - 17 April 2013 16:00-17:30

  • Poster Session I - Session #1: Atmosphere Processes and Global Climate Connections
    •      

      • Poster #1.1.1   How does the shrinking sea ice influence the wind speed over Arctic Ocean?
        Liisi Jakobson1, Erko Jakobson2,3

        1Department of Geography, University of Tartu, 51090, Tartu, Estonia; ; 2Tartu Observatory, 61602, Tõravere, Tartumaa, Estonia; ; 3Department of Physics, University of Tartu, 51090, Tartu, Estonia;
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.2   Variability of moisture conditions in the Arctic in the period of the first International Polar Year 1882/1883
        Przemysław Wyszyński1, Rajmund Przybylak1

        1Department of Meteorology and Climatology, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.3   Transport of anthropogenic and biomass burning aerosols from Europe to the Arctic during spring 2008.
        Louis MARELLE1, Jean-Christophe RAUT1, Kathy LAW1, Gérard ANCELLET1, Boris QUENNEHEN1, Alfons SCHWARZENBOECK2

        1UPMC Univ. Paris 06; Université Versailles St-Quentin; CNRS/INSU; UMR 8190, LATMOS-IPSL, Paris, France; 2Laboratoire de Météorologie Physique, UMR6016, Université Blaise Pascal, CNRS, Aubière, France
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.4   Spatial diversity of air temperature in the Forlandsundet region (Spitsbergen) from August 2010 to August 2011
        Rajmund Przybylak1, Rafał Maszewski1

        1Department of Meteorology and Climatology, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.5   Pollution from transit shipping and oil/gas extraction: Implications for future Arctic development
        J. L. Thomas1, L. Marelle1, J.-C. Raut1, K. S. Law1, C. Granier1, H. Schlager2, A. Roiger2

        1UPMC Univ. Paris 06; Université Versailles St-Quentin; CNRS/INSU; UMR 8190, LATMOS-IPSL, Paris, France; 2Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.6   Teleconnections between climate variability in the Arctic region and northern Europe
        Erko Jakobson1,2, Jaak Jaagus3

        1Tartu Observatory, 61602 Tõravere, Estonia; 2Department of Physics, University of Tartu, 50090 Tartu, Estonia; 3Department of Geography, University of Tartu, 50090 Tartu, Estonia
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.7   An aircraft-based study of the boundary layer over the Greenland ice sheet and the NOW polynya
        Günther Heinemann1, Clemens Drüe1, Thomas Ernsdorf1

        1Environmental Meteorology, University of Trier, Germany
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      • Poster #1.1.8   THE DIURNAL COURSE OF THE RADIATION BALANCE IN THE AREA OF KAFFIØYRA (NW SPITSBERGEN) IN THE SUMMER SEASONS OF 2010-2012
        Marek Kejna1, Andrzej Araźny1, Rajmund Przybylak1, Przemysław Wyszyński1

        1Department of Meteorology and Climatology, Nicolaus Copernicus University Lwowska 1, 87-100 Toruń, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.9   Spatial diversity of relative humidity in the Forlandsundet region (Spitsbergen) from August 2010 to August 2011
        Andrzej Araźny1, Marek Kejna1, Rajmund Przybylak1

        1Department of Meteorology and Climatology, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.10   Optical properties of Arctic aerosols studied within the framework of the NASA Maritime Aerosol Network
        Tymon Zielinski1, Tomasz Petelski1, Przemyslaw Makuch1, Agata Strzalkowska1, Anna Rozwadowska1, Dorota Gutowska1, Paulina Pakszys1, Piotr Markuszewski1, Brent Holben2, Alexander Smirnov2

        1Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences; 2NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
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      • Poster #1.1.11   The impact of a non-uniform land surface on the radiation environment over an Arctic fjord – a study with a 3D radiative transfer model
        Anna Rozwadowska1, Izabela Górecka1

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Science, Poland, Sopot, Powstańców Warszawy 55
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.12   Sea Spray Emission from the surface of the open Arctic Seas
        Tomasz Petelski1, Przemyslaw Makuch1, Tymon Zielinski1, Piotr Markuszewski1, Jacek Piskozub1, Tomasz Neumann1, Agata Strzalkowska1, Dorota Gutowska1, Jakub Kowalczyk1

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.13   Aerosol physical properties studied in the European Arctic
        Przemyslaw Makuch1, Tymon Zielinski1, Tomasz Petelski1, Anna Rozwadowska1, Jacek Piskozub1, Agata Strzalkowska1, Paulina Pakszys1, Piotr Markuszewski1

        1Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences
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      • Poster #1.1.14   Aerosol Size Distribution over the European Arctic Seas
        Przemyslaw Makuch1, Tomasz Petelski1, Tymon Zielinski1, Piotr Markuszewski1, Jakub Kowalczyk1

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.15   Analysis of wind regime in Petuniabukta (Billefjorden, Central Spitsbergen) in the period 2010–2011
        Kamil Láska1, Zuzana Chládová2, David Hanslian2

        1Masaryk University, Faculty of Science, Department of Geography, Kotlářská 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic; 2Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Boční 2, 141 31 Prague 4, Czech Republic
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.16   Modelling of erythemally effective UV radiation in high-latitude locations
        Kamil Láska1, Ladislav Budík2, Marie Budíková3, Pavel Prošek1

        1Masaryk University, Faculty of Science, Department of Geography, Kotlářská 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic; 2Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Regional Office Brno, Kroftova 43, 616 67 Brno, Czech Republic; 3Masaryk University, Faculty of Science, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Kotlářská 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.17   Arctic low-level temperature inversions in spring and summer as observed during the transpolar drift of the ice station Tara
        Timo Palo1, Timo Vihma2, Jaak Jaagus1, Erko Jakobson1,3

        1University of Tartu, Estonia; 2Finnish Meteorological Institute; 3Tartu Observatory,Estonia
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      • Poster #1.1.18   The influence of atmospheric circulation on the variability ice days, freeze-thaw and warm days in Svalbard
        Tadeusz Niedźwiedź1, Ewa Łupikasza1, Łukasz Małarzewski1

        1University of Silesia in Katowice, Faculty of Earth Science, Department of Climatology, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.19   Foehn effects typology for West Spitsbergen
        Piotr Muskała1, Krzysztof Migała1, Jacek Piasecki1

        1University of Wrocław, Department of Climatology and Atmosphere Protection
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      • Poster #1.1.20   Meteorological conditions, concentrations of carbon dioxide and ozone over the Kara Sea in summer 2012
        Irina Govorina1, Andrey Bezgreshnov2, Boris Ivanov2

        1Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia; 2Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia
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      • Poster #1.1.21   2009/2010 Eurasian Cold Winter and Loss of Arctic Sea-ice over Barents/Kara Sea
        Taehyoun Shim1,2, Baek-Min Kim1, Seong-Joong Kim1

        1Devision of Polar Climate Research, Korea Polar Research Institute; 2School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University
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      • Poster #1.1.22   Seasonality of Permian brachiopods from Spitsbergen contradicts with low palaeolatitude brachiopods recording cyclothemic evaporation
        Błażej Błażejowski 1, Piotr Gieszcz 2, Jesper Kresten Nielsen 3,4, Jan Kresten Nielsen 5

        1Institute of Paleobiology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Twarda 51/55, PL 00-818 Warszawa, Poland.; 2Association of Polish Climatologists, Krakowskie Przedmieście 30, PL 00-927 Warszawa, Poland.; 3North Energy ASA, Kunnskapsparken, Markveien 38 B, NO-9504 Alta, Norway.; 4Department of Geology, University of Tromsø, Dramsveien 201, NO-9037 Tromsø, Norway.; 5Statoil ASA, Field Development North, P.O. 273, NO-7501 Stjørdal, Norway.
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.23   Application of Dynamic Harmonic Regression for meteorological data set from Hornsund
        Tomasz Wawrzyniak1, Marzena Osuch1, Bartłomiej Luks1

        1Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.24   Retrieval of the meteorological data from Global Data Assimilation System model on the sub-grid scale for the region of Polish Polar Station at Hornsund
        Grzegorz Karasiński1, Tomasz Wawrzyniak1

        1Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Science, Księcia Janusza 64, Warsaw Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #1.1.25   Lidar observations of short-term changes in water vapour mixing ratio over the Polish Polar Station at Hornsund
        Magdalena Bloch1

        1Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Science, Księcia Janusza 64, Warsaw Poland
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  • Poster Session I - Session #2: Cryospheric Changes: Drivers and Consequences
    •      

      • Poster #2.1.1   Development and verification of glacier module in the framework of process-based hydrological model at glacier catchment in Svalbard
        Elżbieta Majchrowska1, Olga Semenova3,4, Lyudmila Lebedeva2,3

        1Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Poland; 2Nansen Centre, Saint-Petersburg, Russia; 3State Hydrological Institute, Saint-Petersburg, Russia; 4Gidrotehproekt Ltd, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.2   Old Red sandstone clasts’s modification in subglacial and proglacial environments of Høerbyebreen and Bertilbreen polythermal glaciers, Svalbard
        Martin Hanáček1, Daniel Nývlt2, Jan Flašar3, Jiří Lehejček4, Peter Mida4, Václav Stacke5, Gabriela Tóthová1

        1Department of Geological Sciences, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Kotlářská 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic; 2Czech Geological Survey – Brno Branch, Leitnerova 22, 658 69 Brno, Czech Republic; 3Department of Geology and Palaeontology, Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague, Albertov 6, 128 43 Praha 2; 4Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology, Charles University in Prague, Albertov 6, 128 43 Prague, Czech Republic; 5Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology, University of Ostrava, Chittussiho 10, 710 00 Ostrava - Slezská Ostrava
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.3   Tidewater glaciers of Svalbard - retreat rate and calving flux based upon satellite remote sensing
        Małgorzata Błaszczyk1, Jacek Jania1

        1Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.4   A 300 years environmental and climate archive for western Spitsbergen from Holtedahlfonna ice core
        Emilie Beaudon1, John Moore1,2, Tõnu Martma3, Veijo Pohjola4, Roderik S. W. van de Wal5, Jack Kohler6, Elisabeth Isaksson6

        1Arctic Centre, University of Lapland; 2Colleges of Global Change and Earth System Science, Beijing Normal University; 3Institute of Geology, Tallinn University of Technology; 4Department of Earth Sciences, Uppsala University; 5Institute for Marine and Atmospheric research Utrecht; 6Norwegian Polar Institute, Polar Environmental Centre
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.5   Complex analysis of the evidence of valley glacier advance and recession - an example of Werenskioldbreen (SW Spitsbergen)
        Marek Kasprzak1

        1University of Wrocław, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.6   Analysis of monthly variation of Mass balance and Equilibrium line Altitude at Vestre Broggerbreen glacier, Ny-Alesund , Svalbard
        PARMANAND SHARMA1, AJEET KUMAR1, ARUN CHATURVEDI2, MAHALINGNATHAN K.1, AJAI KUMAR2, ASIT SWAIN3, RASIK RAVINDRA 1, S RAJAN1

        1NATIONAL CENTRE FOR ANTARCTIC AND OCEAN RESEARCH, MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES,GOVT. OF INDIA,VASCO -DA -GAMA, GOA, INDIA; 2GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA, LUCKNOW, INDIA; 3GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA, FARIDABAD , INDIA
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.7   Polar Urals glaciers due to climate change
        Mikhail IVANOV1

        1Institute of Geography Russian Academy of Sciences; Lomonosov Moscow State University
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      • Poster #2.1.8   Use of Electrical Resistivity Tomography to monitor permafrost thaw and persistence in the discontinuous zone, northwest Canada
        Antoni G. Lewkowicz1, Christina Miceli1, Sharon L. Smith2

        1Department of Geography, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada; e-mails: alewkowi@uottawa.ca & miceli.christina@gmail.ca; 2Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Canada; e-mail: Sharon.Smith@NRCan-RNCan.gc.ca
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.9   Problems of thermal abrasion within indigenous settlements of Chuckhi peninsula
        Aleksey Maslakov1, Gleb Kraev2

        1Moscow State University, Cryolithology and Glaciology Dept.; 2Center for Ecology and Productivity of Forests
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.10   Recent changes of glaciers on Franz Josef Land from remote sensing data
        Sokolov Igor1

        1Institute of Geography RAS, research engineer
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.11   Spatial Variation of Trace elements in Svalbard during Early Spring 2011
        Roseline C. Thakur1, Meloth Thamban1, B. L Redkar1

        1National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, Headland Sada, Vasco da Gama, Goa-403804, India
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.12   The glaciation of Severnaya Zemlya: changes since the middle of XX century and current conditions
        Tatiana Vasilyeva1

        1Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography
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      • Poster #2.1.13   Subglacial drainage of Werenskioldbreen (SW Spitsbergen) based on numerical modelling.
        Agnieszka M. Piechota1, Sławomir S. Sitek2, Dariusz Ignatiuk3, Jan A. Piotrowski4

        1University of Silesia, Department of Geomorphology, e–mail: agnieszka.m.piechota@us.edu.pl; 2University of Silesia, Department of Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology, e–mail: slawomir.s.sitek@us.edu.pl; 3University of Silesia, Department of Geomorphology, e–mail: dignatiuk@gmail.com; 4 Aarhus University, Department of Geoscience, e-mail: jan.piotrowski@geo.au.dk
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.14   Relationship between sulphide oxidation and carbonation in carbonate dissolution in the glaciated basin, Werenskioldbreen (SW Svalbard)
        Adam Nawrot1, Łukasz Stachnik1,2, Dariusz Ignatiuk1,3

        1Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland; 2Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland; 3Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.15   Lithological features of Ebba glacier ice-cored moraine (central Spitsbergen, Svalbard)
        Krzysztof Pleskot1

        1Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.16   Internal structure of patterned ground as revealed by detailed electrical resistivity tomography (SW Spitsbergen)
        Marek Kasprzak1

        1University of Wrocław, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.17   Investigation of coastal permafrost using geophysical methods (SW Spitsbergen)
        Marta Kondracka1, Marek Kasprzak2

        1University of Silesia, Poland; 2University of Wrocław, Poland
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.18   Thermokarst lake change: from spatiotemporal landscape dynamics to hydrological reflections of permafrost change
        Johanna Mård Karlsson1,2, Steve W. Lyon1,2, Georgia Destouni1,2

        1Department of Physical Geography & Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University, Sweden; 2Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University, Sweden
        Abstract
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      • Poster #2.1.19   Overview on radon measurements in arctic glacier meltwater
        A. Kies1, O. Hengesch1, Z. Tosheva1, A. Nawrot2

        1Laboratoire Physique des Radiations (LPR), University of Luxembourg; 2Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
        Abstract
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  • Poster Session I - Session #3: Marine Processes and Variability
    •      

      • Poster #3.1.1   INTEGRATED ECOGEOGRAPHICAL ASSESSMENT OF NATURAL CONDITIONS AND PIPELINE ENGINEERING IN THE COASTAL KARA SEA
        Nikita Kopa-Ovdienko1

        1Zubov's State Oceanographic Institute, Russia
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      • Poster #3.1.2   Parasite-contaminant interactions within an Arctic seabird host
        Jennifer Provencher1, Grant Gilchrist1,2, Mark Forbes1

        1Carleton University, Ottawa Canada; 2Environment Canada, National Wildlife Research Center, Ottawa Canada
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      • Poster #3.1.3   Horizontal and vertical variability of Pteropoda in the Subarctic waters (Barents Sea and Norwegian Sea)
        Kacprzak Paula1, Panasiuk - Chodnicka Anna1, Korneluk Magdalena1, Wawrzynek Justyna1

        1University of Gdańsk, Institut of Oceanography, Al. M. Piłsudskiego 46, 81 - 378 Gdynia
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      • Poster #3.1.4   Estimation of summer zooplankton production in a glacial Arctic fjord (Hornsund, Svalbard)
        Trudnowska Emilia1, Basedow Sünnje L. 2, Blachowiak-Samolyk Katarzyna1

        1Institute of Oceanology (IO PAN), Powstańców Warszawy 55, 81-712 Sopot, Poland; 2Faculty of Biosciences and Aquaculture, University of Nordland, N-8049 Bodo, Norway
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      • Poster #3.1.5   Patterns of vertical distribution of deep-sea meiofauna in Arctic continental margin sediments (HAUSGARTEN area) shaped by depth and food supply.
        Górska Barbara1, Grzelak Katarzyna1, Kotwicki Lech1, Soltwedel Thomas2, Włodarska-Kowalczuk Maria1

        1Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences; 2The Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
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      • Poster #3.1.6   The temporal dynamics in the deep-sea nematodes community along a bathymetric gradient (Fram Strait): impact of climate changes
        Katarzyna Grzelak1, Lech Kotwicki1, Barbara Górska1, Thomas Soltwedel2, Jan Marcin Węsławski1, Ann Vanreusel3

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Powstańców Warszawy 55, Sopot, Poland; 2Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Am Handelshafen 12, Bremerhaven, Germany; 3Marine Biology Research Group, Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281, Ghent, Belgium
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      • Poster #3.1.7   ICE-RELATED ZOOPLANKTON SEASONAL DYNAMICS IN A HIGH ARCTIC FJORD
        Agata Weydmann1, Janne E. Søreide2, Sławek Kwaśniewski1, Eva Leu3, Stig Falk-Petersen3,4, Jørgen Berge2,4

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Powstańców Warszawy St. 55, 81-712 Sopot, Poland; 2The University Centre in Svalbard, N-9171 Longyearbyen, Norway; 3The Norwegian Polar Institute, N-9296 Tromsø, Norway; 4Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics, University of Tromsø, 9037 Tromsø, Norway
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      • Poster #3.1.8   Contamination of the European Arctic marine sediments on the verge of global change
        Agata Zaborska1, Ksenia Pazdro1, Janusz Pempkowiak1

        1Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences
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      • Poster #3.1.9   Organic matter sources and sinks in high Arctic fjord
        Monika Kędra1,2, Karol Kuliński2, Joanna Legeżyńska2, Marta Głuchowska 2

        1University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Solomons, Maryland, USA ; 2Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
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      • Poster #3.1.10   The role of lipids in two fish species of the Stichaeidae family from high latitudes
        Svetlana A. Murzina1, Zinaida A. Nefedova1, Nina N. Nemova1, Stig Falk-Petersen2,3, Pauli O. Ripatti1, Tatiana R. Ruokolainen1

        1Institute of Biology, Karelian Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences; 2Akvaplan-niva; 3Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics, University of Tromsø
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      • Poster #3.1.11   Abstract title: Spatial changes in the bio-optical properties of surface seawater in the Nordic Seas – AREX’2003, 2006 and 2012
        Violetta Drozdowska1, Nina Yarovenko2, Larisa Poryvkina3, Agnieszka Promińska1, Jakub Kowalczyk1, Przemysław Makuch1, Agata Strzałkowska1, Tomasz Petelski1, Jacek Piskozub1, Dorota Gutowska1, Tymon Zieliński1

        1Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland; 2Remote Sensing and GIS Lab, Department. of Applied Physics, University of Vigo, Vigo , Spain; 3AS Laser Diagnostic Instruments, Tallinn, Estonia.
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      • Poster #3.1.12   Summertime Observations of the Mackenzie River plume over the Canadian Beaufort Shelf, 2005-2009.
        William Williams1

        1Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Institute of Ocean Sciences, 9860 West Saanich Road, Sidney, British Columbia.
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      • Poster #3.1.13   Extension of Pacific summer waters in the Arctic Ocean caused by large-scale atmospheric circulation
        Mikhail Makhotin1, Leonid A. Timokhov1, Irina Govorina2, Antonina Chetverova1

        1Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia
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      • Poster #3.1.14   An Overview of Selected Biological and Biogeochemical Processes on Hanna Shoal, Northern Chukchi Sea, Alaska
        Lee W Cooper1, Jacqueline M Grebmeier1

        1Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Solomons Maryland, 20688, USA
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      • Poster #3.1.15   Anomaly decrease of sea ice extent and increase of water temperature in the Kara Sea in summer 2012
        Mikhail Makhotin1, Ekaterina Bloshkina1, Andrey Balakin1, Igor Ashik1, Vladimir Onoshko1, Sergey Kirillov1, Vladimir Sokolov1, Irina Govorina2

        1Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia; 2Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia
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      • Poster #3.1.16   Morphological and molecular evidence reveal the underestimated cydippid ctenophore species richness in the High Arctic
        Majaneva Sanna1,2,3, Majaneva Markus1,3

        1The Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland ; 2University Centre in Svalbard, Longyearbyen, Norway; 3Finnish Environment Institute, Marine Research Centre, Helsinki, Finland
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      • Poster #3.1.17   Taxonomic composition of larvacea within the Norwegian Atlantic and West Spitsbergen Current
        Marcin Kalarus1, Anna Panasiuk-Chodnicka1, Maria Iwona Żmijewska1

        1Department of Marine Plankton Research, Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdańsk
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      • Poster #3.1.18   Uncommon hunting and scavenging behaviour of polar bears during the summer months on Spitsbergen
        Lech Stempniewicz1, Dorota Kidawa1, Mateusz Barcikowski1, Lech Iliszko1

        1Department of Vertebrate Ecology and Zoology, University of Gdańsk, Poland
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      • Poster #3.1.19   Climate-induced changes in the sea currents ranges, zooplankton communities and Little Auk feeding ecology and distribution in Spitsbergen
        Lech Stempniewicz1, Katarzyna Błachowiak-Samołyk2, Katarzyna Wojczulanis-Jakubas1, Dariusz Jakubas1

        1Deptartment of Vertebrate Ecology and Zoology, University of Gdańsk, Poland; 2Institute of Oceanology PAS, Poland
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      • Poster #3.1.20   Abstract title Dynamics of hydrochemical conditions in the Kara Sea
        Morozova Olga1, Dobrotina Elena1, Onoshko Vladimir1, Vesman Anna1,2, Tarasenko Anastasiya1,2, Shumskaya Natalia1,2

        1Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russia, St. Petersburg; 2St. Petersburg State University, Russia, St. Petersburg
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      • Poster #3.1.21   Abstract title: Temporal and spatial characteristics of water of the Atlantic and the local origin found in Hornsund Fjord
        Agnieszka Promińska1

        1Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
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      • Poster #3.1.22   Recognition of selected properties of driftwood from Bellsund coast
        Fojutowski Andrzej1, Wróblewska Hanna1, Zabielska-Matejuk Jadwiga1, Noskowiak Andrzej1, Komorowicz Magdalena1, Kropacz Aleksandra1, Gajek Grzegorz2, Franczak Łukasz2, Łęczyński Leszek3

        1Wood Technology Institute, Winiarska 1, 60-654 Poznań; 2Maria Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin, Kraśnicka 2cd, 20-718 Lublin; 3University of Gdańsk, Institute of Oceanography, Piłsudskiego 46, 81-378 Gdynia
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      • Poster #3.1.23   The behavioural and physiological response to the various environmental conditions in a small Arctic seabird, little auk (Alle alle)
        Dorota Kidawa1, Katarzyna Wojczulanis-Jakubas 1, Dariusz Jakubas1, Mateusz Barcikowski1, Rupert Palme2, Lech Stempniewicz1, Liliana Keslinka-Nawrot1

        1University of Gdańsk, Department of Vertebrate Ecology and Zoology, ul. Wita Stwosza 59, 80-308 Gdańsk, Poland; 2University of Veterinary Medicine, Department for Biomedical Sciences, Veterinärplatz 1, 1210 Vienna, Austria
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      • Poster #3.1.24   Bathymetry, geographical regionalization and diversification of Brepollen (Hornsund, Spitsbergen) based on bathymetric profiles interpolations and Cluster Analyses chosen mathematical parameters
        Mateusz Moskalik1, Piotr Grabowiecki2, Monika Żulichowska3, Jarosław Tęgowski4

        1Department of Polar Research, Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences; 2Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences; 3Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences, Jagiellonian University; 4Institute of Oceanography, Faculty of Oceanography and Geography, Gdańsk University
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      • Poster #3.1.25   Simulation of the sound propagation in an Arctic fjord: general patterns and variability
        Oskar Glowacki1, Mateusz Moskalik1, Agnieszka Prominska2

        1Department of Polar Research, Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland; 2Ocean Circulation Laboratory, Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
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      • Poster #3.1.26   Bathymetry and Slope Stability of Isvika Bay, Murchisonfjorden, Nordaustlandet
        Mateusz Moskalik1, Tadeusz Pastusiak2, Jarosław Tęgowski3

        1Department of Polar Research, Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences; 2Faculty of Navigation, Gdynia Maritime University; 3Institute of Oceanography, Faculty of Oceanography and Geography, Gdańsk University
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      • Poster #3.1.27   The Middle Triassic petroleum source rocks in Svalbard, NW Barents Sea shelf
        Krzysztof P. Krajewski1,2

        1Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Research Centre in Warsaw Twarda 51/55, 00-818 Warszawa, Poland; 2Instituto Antártico Argentino, Balcarce 290, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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      • Poster #3.1.28   Bacterial community composition in Arctic fiord under high deglaciation impact
        Katarzyna Jankowska1, Dorota Górniak2, Przemysław Kowal3, Krystyna Ambroch4

        1Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Water and Wastewater Technology, ul Narutowicza 11/12, 80-233 Gdańsk, Poland; 2University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Department of Microbiology, Olsztyn, Poland; 3University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Faculty of Environmental Protection and Fisheries, Olsztyn, Poland; 4Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics, Gdansk, Poland
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      • Poster #3.1.29   MERCURY IN THE SURFACE SEDIMENTS AND FERROMANGENESE NODULES FROM THE CHUKCHI SEA
        A.N. Kolesnik1, V.V. Sattarova1, O.N. Kolesnik1

        1V.I. Il'ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
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  • Poster Session I - Session #4: Terrestrial Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Stressors
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      • Poster #4.1.1   Introduction of Advances in Polar Science and appeal to scientists around the world to support the journal
        Weiquan Zhao1

        1Polar Research Institute of China, Jinqiao Road 451, Shanghai 200136, China
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      • Poster #4.1.2   Radionuclide sources and levels in relation to soil properties in High Arctic environment
        Edyta Łokas1, Piotr Bartmiński2, Tadeusz Kawiak3, Jan Środoń3

        1Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Radzikowskiego 152, Poland; 2Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland; 3Institute of Geological Sciences Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.3   Temperature and Vegetation Seasonality Diminishment over Northern Lands
        B. C. Forbes1, L. Xu2, R.B. Myneni2, F. S. Chapin III3, T. V. Callaghan4,5, J. E. Pinzon6, C. J. Tucker6, Z. Zhu2, J. Bi2, P. Ciais7, H. Tømmervik8, E. S. Euskirchen3, S. L. Piao9,10, B. T. Anderson2, S. Ganguly11, R. R. Nemani12, S. J. Goetz13, P. S. A. Beck13, A. G. Bunn14, C. Cao15, J. C. Stroeve16

        1Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, FI-96101, Finland; 2Department of Earth and Environment, Boston University, Boston, MA 02215, USA; 3Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK 99775, USA; 4Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, PO Box 50005, 104 05 Stockholm, Sweden; 5Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK; 6Biospheric Sciences Branch, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771, USA; 7Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement, CEA-CNRS-UVSQ ; 91191 Gif sur Yvette, Cedex, France; 8Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Fram-High North Research Center, N-9296, Tromsø, Norway; 9Department of Ecology, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China; 10Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100085, China; 11Bay Area Environmental Research Institute, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA 94035, USA; 12NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division, Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA 94035, USA; 13The Woods Hole Research Center, Woods Hole, Falmouth, MA 02540, USA; 14Department of Environmental Sciences, Huxley College, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA 98225, USA; 15Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China; 16National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309, USA
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      • Poster #4.1.4   Photosynthetic characteristics of lichens of genus Umbilicaria from SW Greenland (Nuuk area) in reponse to thallus dehydration
        Bartak, M.1, Hansen, E.S.2, Hazdrova, J.1, Skacelova, K.1, Trnkova, K.1, Prosek, P.3

        1Department of Experimental Biology, Masaryk University, Kamenice 5, Brno, Czech Republic; 2Natural History Museum of Denmark, Gothersgade 130, 1123 København, Denmark; 3Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Kotlářská 2, Brno, Czech Republic
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      • Poster #4.1.5   SOC pool assessment for Arctic tundra and forest-tundra in European north-east
        Alexander Pastukhov1, Petr Shary2, Larisa Sharaya3, Dmitry Kaverin1

        1Soil Department, Institute of Biology Komi SC UD RAS, Syktyvkar, Russia; 2Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science RAS, Pushchino, Russia; 3Institute of Ecology of Volga Basin RAS, Tolyatti, Russia
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      • Poster #4.1.6   Diurnal cycles in photochemical activity of polar algae and cyanobacteria
        Jana Kvíderová1,2

        1Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, Branišovská 31, 370 05 České Budějovice, Czech Republic; 2Institute of Botany AS CR, Dukelská 135, 379 82 Třeboň, Czech Republic
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      • Poster #4.1.7   Possibilities of infrared techniques application for environmental studies of the polar regions (Spitsbergen)
        Katarzyna Grudzińska1, Paweł Zagożdżon1, Wojciech Ciężkowski1

        1Wrocław University of Technology, Institute of Mining, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.8   Characteristic of dissolved substances flows from wetland area of oil and gas regions of the Arctic zone of Western Siberia
        Potapova T.1, Chetverova A.1,2

        1Saint-Petersburg State University, St.- Petersburg, Russia; 2Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, St.- Petersburg, Russia
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      • Poster #4.1.9   Studies of the state of the environment in the area of Svalbard archipelago - the source of the information about changes on a global scale
        Katarzyna Kozak1, Marek Ruman2, Żaneta Polkowska1

        1Department of Analytical Chemistry, The Chemical Faculty, Gdansk University of Technology, 11/12 Narutowicza St., Gdansk 80-233, Poland; 2Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia, 60 Będzińska St., Sosnowiec 41-200, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.10   Determination of metals concentration levels in the surface water samples collected in the vicinity of The Hornsund Fiord (Polish Polar Station)
        Katarzyna Kozak1, Sara Lehmann1, Żaneta Polkowska1, Marek Ruman2, Wiesława Ewa Krawczyk2, Jacek Namieśnik1

        1Department of Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Faculty, Gdansk University of Technology, 11/12 Narutowicza St., 80-233 Gdańsk; 2Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia, 60 Bedzinska St., 41-200 Sosnowiec, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.11   Dynamics and spatial distribution of changes in the concentration levels of anthropogenic pollutants in the proglacial waters of the Scott River
        Sara Lehmann 1, Waldemar Kociuba2, Grzegorz Gajek2, Łukasz Fronczak2, Leszek Łęczyński3, Żaneta Polkowska1

        1Department of Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Faculty, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland; 2Faculty of Earth Sciences and Spatial Management, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland ; 3Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdansk, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.12   Variability of measured bedload flux in a small glacial river catchment (Scott River, Svalbard SW)
        Waldemar Kociuba1, Cyprian Seul2

        1Faculty of Earth Sciences and Spatial Management, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland; 2Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Technical University of Szczecin
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      • Poster #4.1.13   Distribution and diversity of Tardigrada along altitudinal gradients in Hornsund (Spitsbergen)
        Krzysztof Zawierucha1, Jerzy Smykla2, Michalczyk Łukasz3, Bartłomiej Gołdyn4, Kaczmarek Łukasz1

        1Department of Animal Taxonomy and Ecology, Faculty of Biology, A. Mickiewicz University, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań; 2Department of Biodiversity, Institute of Nature Conservation, Polish Academy of Sciences, Mickiewicza 33, 31-120 Kraków; 3Department of Entomology, Institute of Zoology, Jagiellonian University, Gronostajowa 9, 30-387 Kraków; 4Department of General Zoology, Faculty of Biology, A. Mickiewicz University, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań
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      • Poster #4.1.14   Content and Distribution of sulfur in Permafrost-Affected soils of plateau Putorana
        Ponomareva Tatiana1

        1V.N.Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
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      • Poster #4.1.15   Diversity, distribution and significance of terricolous and muscicolous lichens of the Bellsund region (SW Spitsbergen, Svalbard) – pilot
        Agnieszka Słaby1, Florian Święs2

        1Z.Czeppe Department of Polar Research and Documentation, Institute of Botany, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland; 2Geobotanical Department, Institute of Biology and Biotechnology, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.16   Arctic ornithogenic tundra in the conditions of a changing climate on Spitsbergen
        Katarzyna Zmudczyńska-Skarbek1, Adrian Zwolicki1, Mateusz Barcikowski1, Pierre Richard 2, Lech Stempniewicz1

        1Department of Vertebrate Ecology and Zoology University of Gdańsk, Poland; 2Littoral Environnementet Sociétés, Université de La Rochelle, France
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      • Poster #4.1.17   Aeropalynology in relation to present vegetation from Ny-Alesund, Svalbard, Norway
        Parminder S. Ranhotra1, Ratan Kar1

        1Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, 53 University Road, Lucknow, India – 226 007
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      • Poster #4.1.18   The occurrence of etiological agents of parasitic zoonoses in Svalbard.
        Oleg Ditrich1, Lucie Honsová1, Martin Kváč2, Bohumil Sak2, Tomáš Tyml1,2

        1University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, Czech Republic; 2Biology Centre ASCR, v. v. i., Institute of Parasitology, České Budějovice, Czech Republic
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      • Poster #4.1.19   Possibilities of infrared techniques application for environmental studies of the polar regions (Spitsbergen)
        Katarzyna Grudzińska1, Paweł Zagożdżon1, Wojciech Ciężkowski1

        1Wroclaw University of Technology, Institute of Mining, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.20   Environmental conditions of differentiation of anthropogenic pollutants concentrations present in the water bodies of small catchments of the Svalbard
        Sara Lehmann1, Waldemar Kociuba2, Grzegorz Gajek2, Łukasz Fronczak2, Leszek Łęczyński3, Żaneta Polkowska1

        1Department of Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Faculty, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland; 2Faculty of Earth Sciences and Spatial Management, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland ; 3Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdansk, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.21   Digital geomorphological map in modeling of environmental processes in Arctic
        Marek Kasprzak1, Andrzej Traczyk1, Kacper Jancewicz1, Krzysztof Migała1

        1University of Wrocław, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.22   DIATOMS IN PERMAFROST SEDIMENTS OF BERINGIA as indicators of ecological changes
        Palagushkina Olga1, Nazarova Larisa1,2, Schirrmaister Lutz2, Wetterich Sebastian2

        1Kazan (Volga Region) federal university, Kazan, Russia; 2Institute of polar and marine research of Alfred Wegener, Germany, Potsdam,
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      • Poster #4.1.23   Does a seabird guano influence tardigrade body size?
        Krzysztof Zawierucha1, Joanna Cytan1, Jakub Kosicki2, Jerzy Smykla3, Katarzyna Wojczulanis-Jakubas4, Łukasz Michalczyk5, Łukasz Kaczmarek1

        1Department of Animal Taxonomy and Ecology, A. Mickiewicz University, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań; 2Department of Avian Biology and Ecology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznań; 3Department of Biodiversity, Institute of Nature Conservation, Polish Academy of Sciences, Mickiewicza 33, 31-120 Kraków; 4Department of Vertebrate Ecology and Zoology, University of Gdansk, Wita Stwosza 59, 80–308 Gdańsk; 5Department of Entomology, Institute of Zoology, Jagiellonian University, Gronostajowa 9, 30-387 Kraków
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      • Poster #4.1.24   What is hidden in reindeer’s droppings? A botanical and parasitological study.
        Alexandra Bernardova1, Eva Myskova2, Oleg Ditrich1

        1Centre for Polar Ecology, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice; 2Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice
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      • Poster #4.1.25   Tree-ring growth variations of polar willow (Salix polaris Wahlenb.) within the alluvial fan of Dynamiskbekken (Ebbadalen, central Spitsbergen)
        Monika Stawska1, Agata Buchwał1,2

        1Institute of Geoecology and Geoinformation Adam Mickiewicz University Dzięgielowa 27, 61-680 Poznań, Poland ; 2Swiss Federal Research Institute, WSL Dendroecology Group Zürcherstrasse 111 CH - 8903 Birmensdorf, Switzerland
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      • Poster #4.1.26   Hypothetical viability of phototrophs from glaciers and permafrost
        Otakar Strunecky1,2, Alexandra Bernardova1

        1Centre for Polar Ecology, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice; 2Centre for Phycology, Institute of Botany, The Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
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      • Poster #4.1.27   ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN HOLOCENE IN RUSSIAN ARCTIC
        Nazarova L.1,2, Frolova L.2, Palagushkina O.2, Fefilova E.B3, Loskutova O.A. 3, Diekman B.1

        1Alfred Wegener Institute for polar and marine research , Potsdam, Germany; 2Kazan (Volga Region) federal university, Kazan, Russia; 3Biology Institute of Komi SC UB of RAS, Russia (fefilova@ib.komisc.ru)
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      • Poster #4.1.28   Magnetic susceptibility of soils and sediments in the fjord region of Bellsund (Spitsbergen)
        Kusza Grzegorz1, Łęczyński Leszek2, Strzyszcz Zygmunt3, Zagórski Piotr4, Franczak Łukasz4, Gajek Grzegorz4

        1Department of Land Protection University of Opole, Oleska 22, 45-052 Opole; 2University of Gdansk, Institute of Oceanography, Piłsudskiego 46, 81-378 Gdynia; 3Institute of Environmental Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences, M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 34, 41-819 Zabrze; 4Maria Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin, Kraśnicka 2cd, 20-718 Lublin
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      • Poster #4.1.29   Microbial succession in freshwater reservoirs on South - West Spitsbergen under accelerated deglaciacion
        Dorota Górniak1, Henryk Marszałek2, Katarzyna Jankowska3, Julita Dunalska4, Urszula Kuśtowska1

        1University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Department of Microbiology, ul. Oczapowskiego 1a, 10-957 Olsztyn, Poland;; 2Wrocław Uniwersity, Faculty of Earth Science and Environmental Management, Wrocław, Poland; 3Gdańsk University of Technology, Department of Water and Wastewater Technology, Gdańsk, Poland; 4University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Faculty of Environmental Protection and Fisheries, Olsztyn, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.30   Bacterial Succession in Glacial Forefield Soils Characterized by Community Structure, and Opportunistic Growth Dynamic
        Dorota Górniak1, Maciej Manecki2, Jerzy Czerny2, Monika Kwaśniak-Kominek2

        1University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Department of Microbiology, Oczapowskiego 1a St., 10-957 Olsztyn, Poland; 2AGH University of Science and Technology, Dept. of Mineralogy, Petrography and Geochemistry, Al. Mickiewicza 30, Kraków, Poland
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      • Poster #4.1.31   Physico-chemical features of fresh and warm waters of West Greenland as microbial communities environment
        Henryk Marszałek1, Lech Poprawski1, Michał Rysiukiewicz1, Dorota Górniak2

        1Wrocław University, Institute of Geological Sciences, Department of Applied Hydrogeology, pl. M.Borna 9, 50-204 Wrocław, Poland; 2University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Department of Microbiology, ul. Oczapowskiego 1a, 10-957 Olsztyn, Poland
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Poster Session II - 18 April 2013 16:00-17:00

  • Poster Session II - Session #5: Impact of Global Changes on Arctic Societies
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      • Poster #5.2.1   The first Polish expedition to the Arctic
        Piotr Köhler1

        1Z. Czeppe Department of Polar Research and Documentation, Institute of Botany, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland
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  • Poster Session II - Session #6: Arctic People and Resources: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks
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      • Poster #6.2.1   Sustainable Maritime Arctic Transformation - The SMArT Project
        Julia Schmale1, Sebastian Unger1, Achim Maas1, Ilan Chabay1, Birgit Lode1, Katherine Houghton1, Axel Lauer1

        1Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies e.V., Potsdam, Germany
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      • Poster #6.2.2   Resources and spatial analysis of active and abandoned Nenets campsites: Ethnoarchaeological examples from Polar Ural Mts. (Russia, YMAR)
        Jiří Svoboda1,2, Sandra Sázelová1, Pavel A. Kosintsev3, Vlasta Jankovská4, Martin Holub1

        1Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Science at Masaryk University, Kotlářská 2, CZ 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic; 2Institute of Archaeology, Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno, Královopolská 147, CZ 612 00 Brno, Czech Republic; 3Institute of Ecology of Plants and Animals, Russian Academy of Sciences, 8-go marta 202/3, 620 144 Ekaterinburg, Russia; 4Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Lidická 25/27, CZ 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic
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      • Poster #6.2.3   People and their "common interests" - Identifying processes of Europeanisation and Arcticisation in Euro-Arctic energy and environmental relations.
        Michael John Laiho1

        1Arctic Centre, University of Lapland.
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      • Poster #6.2.4   Reindeer herders in the Timan-Pechora oil province of Northwest Russia: an assessment of interacting environmental, social and legal challenges
        Winfried Dallmann1, Vladislav Peskov2, Olga Murashko3

        1Norwegian Polar Institute; 2Association of Nenets People "Yasavey"; 3Moscow State University
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      • Poster #6.2.5   Abstract title The Challenge of Indigenous Demography
        Peter Sköld1

        1Professor, Arctic Research Centre, Umeå University, Sweden
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      • Poster #6.2.6   Wild Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus L.)Behaviour Under Human Being Disturbance
        Malygina Natalia1, Kirill Maklakov1

        1Ural Federal University and Plant&Animal Ecology Institute UB RAS, Yekaterinburg
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      • Poster #6.2.7   Expert Assessment of Geographic Information Science (GIS) for Health Communication in Natural Resource Development of the Canadian Arctic
        Jennifer Ann McGetrick1, Tania Bubela1, David Hik2

        1School of Public Health, University of Alberta, Canada; 2Department of Biological Sciences & School of Public Health, University of Alberta, Canada
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      • Poster #6.2.8   The Yukon River Intertribal Watershed Council: A Case Study in Indigenous Governance in Alaska
        Mara Kimmel1,2

        1Central European University; 2University of Alaska Anchorage
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      • Poster #6.2.9   First Polish scientific expedition to Greenland in 1937
        Jacek Piasecki1, Krzysztof Migała1, Magdalena Korzystka1, Tymoteusz Sawiński1, Piotr Muskała1

        1University of Wrocław, Department of Climatology and Atmosphere Protection
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      • Poster #6.2.10   Ecosystem Stewardship: A Framework for Managing Ecosystem Resilience and Human Well-Being in a Rapidly Changing Arctic
        F. Stuart Chapin, III1, Martin Sommerkorn2

        1Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, USA; 2WWF Global Arctic Programme, Oslo, Norway
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      • Poster #6.2.11   Security of the everyday and Norwegian High North Politics
        Brigt Dale1

        1Nordland Research Institute
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      • Poster #6.2.12   Centre for Polar Ecology
        Josef Elster1, Oleg Ditrich1, Jan Kavan1, Alexandra Bernardová1

        1Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, Czech Republic
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      • Poster #6.2.13   Traditional Knowledge-based Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change and Land Use Change in Circumpolar Reindeer Husbandry
        Anders Oskal1,3, Mikhail Pogodaev2,3, Svein D. Mathiesen1,3,4, Rávdná Biret Márjá Eira3, Philip Burgess1,3

        1International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry (ICR), Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway; 2Association of World Reindeer Herders, Russia; 3UArctic EALÁT Institute at ICR, Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway; 4Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, Oslo, Norway
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  • Poster Session II - Session #7: Applying Local and Traditional Knowledge to Better Understanding of the Changing Arctic
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      • Poster #7.2.1   Indigenous Monitoring of Arctic Environmental Change: What Can We Learn from Local Observers
        Igor Krupnik1

        1Smithsonian Institution
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      • Poster #7.2.2   Obvious and Disruptive: Native Observations from the Front Lines of Climate Change
        Jon Rosales, PhD1

        1St. Lawrence University
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      • Poster #7.2.3   Inuit and sea ice: The importance of "knowledge artifacts" in indigenous Arctic research
        Claudio Aporta1

        1Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University
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      • Poster #7.2.4   Research involving Indigenous communities in the north: Comparing ethics practices in Canada and Finland
        Sandra Juutilainen1

        1doctoral student, Thule Institute, University of Oulu
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      • Poster #7.2.5   The Canadian Rangers Ocean Watch Polar Passage Exercise 2013
        William Williams1, Eddy Carmack1, Mike Dempsey1

        1Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Institute of Ocean Sciences, 9860 West Saanich Road, Sidney, British Columbia.
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  • Poster Session II - Session #8: Arctic System Science for Regional and Global Sustainability
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      • Poster #8.2.1   Towards Sustainable Development in the Arctic
        Magdalena Tomala1

        1The Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce
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      • Poster #8.2.2   World Political approach in the researching of contemporary Arctic.
        Kharlampieva Nadezhda1

        1Associate Professor Saint-Petersburg State University
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      • Poster #8.2.3   Participatory modelling for a systems and stakeholder perspective on sustainable development in the Swedish Mountains
        Stjernquist, Ingrid1, Sverdrup, Harald1, Schlyter, Peter1, Salim Belyazid2, Jönsson-Belyazid, Ulrika2, Deniz Koca2

        1Environmental and Resource Dynamics, Dept. of Physical Geography & Quaternary Geology, Stockholm Univ, Stockholm, Sweden; 2Applied Systems Analysis Group, Chemical Engineering, Lund University, Sweden
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      • Poster #8.2.4   Studies of ship emissions and particles in the Svalbard fjords with use of the passive remote sensing
        Agata Strzalkowska1, Kerstin Stebel2, Tymon Zielinski1, Tomasz Petelski1, Anna Rozwadowska1, Przemyslaw Makuch1, Jacek Piskozub1, Paulina Pakszys1, Piotr Markuszewski1

        1Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences; 2NILU Norway
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      • Poster #8.2.5   Results of the interdisciplinary marine-based expedition “Yamal-Arctic-2012”
        Vladimir Onoshko1

        1Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI), Russia, St-Petersburg
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      • Poster #8.2.6   Regional Sustainability in Arctic Monocities (Kirovsk, Russia): Myth or Truth?
        Yuliya Zaika1

        1The Khibiny educational and scientific station of the Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University
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      • Poster #8.2.7   Establishing the Svalbard Integrated Earth Observing System (SIOS); Contribution to Arctic System Science
        Jon Børre Ørbæk1, SIOS Preparatory Phase Steering Board1

        1Research Council of Norway
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      • Poster #8.2.8   Communication and structure of scientific data in order to support regional and global sustainability of the Arctic Region.
        Halldór Jóhannsson 1,2, Magdalena Tomasik 1, Leena - Kaisa Viitanen1

        1the Arctic Portal ; 2Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks
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      • Poster #8.2.9   Data integration for the researches in Russian part of Arctic
        Andrey Medvedev1

        1Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences
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  • Poster Session II - Session #9: Changing North: Predictions and Scenarios
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      • Poster #9.2.1   When will the Summer Arctic be Nearly Sea Ice Free?
        James E. Overland1, Myin Wang2

        1NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory; 2University of Washington/JISAO
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      • Poster #9.2.2   Multi-proxy analysis of sediment record from Kharbei lakes (northeastern European Russia)
        Frolova L.A.1, Nazarova L.B.1,2, Fefilova E.B.3, Frolova A.A.1, Mukhametgaliev N.R.1, Loskutova O.A. 3

        1Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Kazan, Russia; 2Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research,Potsdam, Germany; 3Institute of Biology of Komi Scientific Center of Ural Division of RAS, Syktyvkar, Russia
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      • Poster #9.2.3   INTERACT – A terrestrial observing network for simulating future environments and validating models
        Terry V. Callaghan1, Margareta Johansson1, on behalf of the INTERACT Consortium1

        1Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, PO Box 50005, 104 05 Stockholm, Sweden
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      • Poster #9.2.4   Hydro-climatic change scenarios and their implications for permafrost formation and degradation dynamics and subsurface water residence times
        Andrew Frampton1,2, Georgia Destouni1,2

        1Dept. Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University, Sweden; 2Bert Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Stockholm University, Sweden
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      • Poster #9.2.5   Modeling of the Spitsbergen fjords.
        Szymon Kosecki1, Anna Przyborska1, Jaromir Jakacki1

        1Institute of Oceanology of Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
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      • Poster #9.2.6   Scenario-based Transboundary Approach to Shape Arctic Futures
        Juan Azcarate1, Berit Balfors1, Gia Destouni2, Arvid Bring2

        1KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; 2Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
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      • Poster #9.2.7   Kolyma Yukaghirs: one nation - two fates
        Viktoriia Filippova1, Vyacheslav Shadrin1

        1Institute of the Humanities and the Indigenous Peoples of the North, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences
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      • Poster #9.2.8   Projected change of Arctic summer cyclone activity by CMIP3 models
        Orsolini, Yvan J.1, Nishii, Kazuaki2, Nakamura, Hisashi2

        1Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), Kjeller, Norway ; 2Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
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      • Poster #9.2.9   Arctic governance: role of the Arctic Council
        Magdalena Madej1,2

        1Faculty of International and Political Studies, Jagiellonian University ; 2The Arctic Institute
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Patrons:

Ministry of Science and Higher Education
   Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland
Prof. Barbara Kudrycka - Minister of Science and Higher Education
   Radosław Sikorski - Minister of Foreign Affairs
   
Polish Academy of Sciences
Foundation for Polish Science
Prof. Michał Kleiber - President of the Polish Academy of Sciences
    Prof. Maciej Żylicz – President of the Foundation for Polish Science
Jagiellonian University in Kraków
University of Silesia in Katowice
Prof. Wojciech Nowak - Rector of the Jagiellonian University
    Prof. Wiesław Banyś - Rector of the University of Silesia
    Chair of the Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland
   
the City of Krakow
   
Embassy of Canada to Poland                   KGHM Polska Miedz
Prof. Jacek Majchrowski - Mayor of the City of Krakow
                   Partner                                                        Support

Organizers:

The International Arctic Science Committee, Forum of Arctic Research Operators Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples Secretariat International Arctic Social Sciences Association International Permafrost Association The Pacific Arctic Group Ny-Alesund Science Managers Committee Association of Polar Early Career Scientists European Polar Bord