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Diane Mcknight (INSTAAR) after collecting 600 L of water from Island Lake, Toolik LTER, Alaska, June 2002. Dissolved organic matter was extracted to study its reactivity with Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) and sunlight. Photo: Y. Chin (Ohio State University).

 

Program

Detailed program has been posted below

Location

The majority of the workshop events will take place in INSTAAR buildings RL-1 (rm 269) and RL-3 (rm 620). See: Travel Maps.

Icebreaker, Check in & Registration

Check in or register during the Icebreaker on Wednesday evening (5 - 8 pm) or at the start of the Workshop on Thursday morning (8 - 8:30 am) in RL-1 rm 269. You will receive a packet including a printed program and abstracts volume. Extra volumes are $20.

Posters

Poster size is limited to about 1 m by 1 m. Please put up your posters as early as possible, and leave them up as long as possible during the workshop. Hang your poster in its assigned space in the 2nd floor hallways of RL-1. The assignments are given in the detailed program as a number from 1 to 42 next to the first author's name. Your assignment number has *no* relationship to the confirmation number you recieved upon submission of your abstract (i.e. A38). Our intention is that posters will be made available for informal review by participants during the Icebreaker, session breaks, and at other times, as well as during the official poster session on Friday morning.

Print the program

All participants will receive a 200-page printed volume at check-in and registration that includes a detailed program and all abstracts.

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Summary Agenda


WEDNESDAY 10 MARCH 2004
5:00 - 8:00 pm
Icebreaker, Check-in, & Registration RL-1 RM. 269
   
THURSDAY 11 MARCH 2004
8:00 - 8:30 am
Check-in & Registration RL-1 RM. 269
8:40
Welcome & Introduction RL-3 RM. 620
9:00
PARCS 1 "
10:30
   Morning Break "
10:45
PARCS 2 "
12:00pm
   Lunch Break your choice
1:15
Special Talk: Radiocarbon Calibration RL-3 Rm. 620
1:45
Iceland Marine  
2:45
   Afternoon Break 1 "
3:00
Iceland Terrestrial/Lacustrine "
4:15
   Afternoon Break 2 "
4:30
N Alaska, Beringia, and Antarctica "
5:45
   End of Day  
6:00 - 8:00
   Pizza Party (students only) RL-1 Rm. 269
   
FRIDAY 12 MARCH 2004
8:30am
   Continental Breakfast provided RL-1 Rm. 269
8:30
Poster Session RL-1, 2nd Floor
11:30
   Box Lunch Provided RL-1 Rm. 269
12:30pm
Greenland RL-3 Rm. 620
2:45
   Afternoon Break 1 "
3:00
E Canada Lacustrine "
4:00
   Afternoon Break 2 "
4:15
E Canada Glaciers & Cosmogenic Dating "
5:30
   End of Day  
6:30 -10:00
Dinner provided by Arctic Workshop
Koenig
   
SATURDAY 13 MARCH 2004
9:00am
NW Canada RL-1 Rm. 269
10:30
   Morning Break "
10:45
Europe, Russia, and More "
11:30
   Lunch Break your choice
1:00pm
Alaska & W Canada RL-1 Rm. 269
3:00
   End of Meeting!  

 

Detailed Agenda

 

 
WEDNESDAY 10 MARCH 2004
 
 
5:00 - 8:00pm
  Icebreaker, Check in, & Registration
INSTAAR Conference Room, Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269

 
     
     
 
THURSDAY 11 MARCH 2004
 
 
8:00 - 8:30am
  Check-in & Registration
INSTAAR Conference Room, Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269
 
 
8:40
  Workshop Welcome & Introduction
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
James Syvitski (INSTAAR Director)
Tad Pfeffer (Workshop Organizer)
Darrell Kaufman / Glen MacDonald (PARCS co-chairs)
 
 
Thursday Oral Session
1
  PARCS 1
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: Glen MacDonald
 
 
9:00
  VARIABILITY IN SUMMER ARCTIC TEMPERATURE AND ARCTIC OSCILLATION OVER THE PAST 600 YEARS
HUGHEN, KONRAD; Huybers, Peter; High Resolution Working Group, PARCS
 
 
9:15
  REPRESENTATIVENESS OF LONG-TERM COASTAL OCEAN OBSERVATIONS FROM THE FAEROE ISLANDS, ICELAND AND GREENLAND
MILES, MARTIN
 
 
9:30
  SEASONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF DIATOMS IN THE LORD LINDSAY RIVER, BOOTHIA PENINSULA, NUNAVUT
STEWART, KAILEY A.; Lamoureux, Scott F.
 
 
9:45
  CALIBRATING THE SEDIMENT RECORD OF LINNÉVATNET, SVALBARD, NORWAY: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A MODERN PROCESS STUDY
WERNER, AL; Roof, Steve R.; Kathan, Kasey M.; Pratt, Emily M.; Brigham-Grette, Julie; Powell, Ross D.; Retelle, Mike J.
 
 
10:00
  A 1000-YEAR VARVED SEDIMENT RECORD FROM THE BROOKS RANGE, ALASKA
OSGOOD-KUTCHKO, BARBARA G.; Abbott, Mark B.; Finney, Bruce
 
 
10:15
  LATE HOLOCENE PALEOMAGNETIC SECULAR VARIATION (PSV) FROM NUNAVUT, CANADA: DEVELOPMENT OF A DATING CURVE
STONER, JOSEPH S.; Francus, Pierre; Bradley, Raymond S.; Retelle, Michael J.; Abbott, Mark B.; Patridge, Whitney ; Channell, James ET.
 
 
10:30
     Morning Break
 
 
Thursday Oral Session
2
  PARCS 2
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: Darrell Kaufman
 
 
10:45
  CIRCUMARCTIC PEATLAND HISTORY AND GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC METHANE
MACDONALD, GLEN M.; Smith, Larry C.; Kremenetski, Konstantine V.; Sheng, Yongwei; Beilman, Dave W.; Andrei, Velichko A.
 
 
11:00
  THE HOLOCENE THERMAL MAXIMUM ON NORTHEASTERN BAFFIN ISLAND
BRINER, JASON P.; Miller, Gifford H.; Francis, Donna R.; Axford, Yarrow L.
 
 
11:15
  THE RAPIDLY DISAPPEARING PLATEAU ICE CAPS OF CENTRAL BAFFIN ISLAND: WHERE WILL IT ALL END?
MILLER, GIFFORD ; Briner, Jason; DeVogel, Steven
 
11:30
  MIDDLE HOLOCENE PALEOCEANOGRAPHY IN THE DENMARK STRAIT REGION
JENNINGS, ANNE E.; Stoner, Joe; Hall, Ian; Kristjánsdóttir, Gréta
 
11:45
  SEDIMENT AND MASS ACCUMULATION RATES ON THE ICELAND MARGIN OVER THE LAST 12,000 CALENDAR YEARS
ANDREWS, JOHN T.
 
12:00pm
     Lunch break (your choice for location)
 
Special
Talk
  Special Talk: Radiocarbon Calibration
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Introduction: Gifford Miller
 
1:15
  CALIBRATION OF THE 14C TIMESCALE AND CONSTRAINTS OF THE GLACIAL CARBON CYCLE
LEHMAN, SCOTT; Hughen , Konrad ; Southon, John
 
Thursday Oral Session
3
  Iceland Marine
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: Chris Caseldine
 
1:45
  QUANTITATIVE RECONSTRUCTIONS OF NEAR-SHORE ENVIRONMENTS OVER THE LAST 2000 YEARS IN VESTFIRDIR, NW ICELAND: EVIDENCE FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSES OF MOLLUSCS
Dietrich, Kristin A.; PATTERSON, WILLIAM P.; Andrews, John T.; Jennings, Anne, E.; Ogilvie, Astrid E.J.
 
2:00
  TESTING OF THREE NEW COOL-WATER CALIBRATIONS FOR THE MG/CA PALEOTHERMOMETER SUGGESTS REDUCED INFLOW OF ATLANTIC WATER ONTO THE N-ICELAND SHELF IN THE PAST 2000 YRS
KRISTJÁNSDÓTTIR, GRÉTA B.; Jennings, Anne E.; Lea, David W.
 
2:15
  OCEANOGRAPHIC CHANGES AROUND 8 KYR. BP ON THE NORTHERN ICELANDIC SHELF INTERPRETED FROM SEDIMENTOLOGICAL AND FORAMINIFERAL FAUNAL ANALYSES IN CORE MD992275
SØNDERGAARD, METTE KB.; Eiríksson, Jón; Knudsen, Karen Luise
 
2:30
  CURRENTS AND CLIMATE ON THE NORTHWEST ICELAND SHELF IN THE LATE QUATERNARY (10-30 KA CAL BP): RECONSTRUCTION BASED ON FORAMINIFERAL AND SEDIMENTOLOGICAL RESEARCH
ÓLAFSDÓTTIR, SAEDÍS; Aslaug, Geirsdottir; Anne, Jennings E.; John, Andrews T.
 
2:45
      Afternoon Break 1
 
Thursday Oral Session
4
  Iceland Terrestrial/Lacustrine
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: John Andrews
 
3:00
  HUMAN ECOLOGY, LOCAL KNOWLEDGE, AND INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCY IN MYVATN, NORTHERN ICELAND
OGILVIE, ASTRID EJ.; McGovern, Thomas H.
 
3:15
  TERRESTRIAL RESPONSES TO HOLOCENE CLIMATIC FORCING - EXAMPLES FROM N/NW ICELAND
CASELDINE, CHRIS; Langdon, Pete; Holmes, Naomi
 
3:30
  GLACIER MAXIMA, MINIMA AND CLIMATE IN TRÖLLASKAGI, NORTHERN ICELAND
CASELY, ANDREW F.
 
3:45
  SEISMIC NETWORK ENABLES ASSESSMENT OF FLOOD DYNAMICS BENEATH AN ICELANDIC GLACIER
ROBERTS, MATTHEW J.; Björnsson, Helgi; Pálsson, Finnur; Gudmundsson, Gunnar B.
 
 
4:00
  TRAINING MIDGES: CONTEMPORARY CHIRONOMID-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS FROM NW ICELAND
LANGDON, PETER G.
 
 
4:15
     Afternoon Break 2
 
 
Thursday Oral Session
5
  North Alaska, Beringia, and Antarctica
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: James Syvitski
 
 
4:30
  WALRUSES, SEALS, AND CLIMATE CHANGE
KELLY, BRENDAN P.
 
 
4:45
  SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF COASTAL EROSION OVER FIVE DECADES NEAR BARROW, ALASKA
MANLEY, WILLIAM F.
 
 
5:00
  MODELING LONGSHORE TRANSPORT AND COASTAL EROSION DUE TO STORMS AT BARROW, ALASKA
PECKHAM, SCOTT D.; Syvitski, James PM.
 
 
5:15
  HOLOCENE VEGETATION, FIRE, AND CLIMATE HISTORY FROM THE SOUTHERN BROOKS RANGE, ALASKA
HIGUERA, PHILIP E.; Brubaker, Linda B.; Anderson, Patricia M.; Hu, Feng Sheng; Clegg, Ben; Brown, Tom; Rupp, Scott
 
 
5:30
  RADIOGENIC ISOTOPE PROVENANCE STUDIES OF GLACIAL TILLS IN ROSS SEA AND VICINITY, ANTARCTICA
FARMER, G. LANG; Licht, Kathy ; Andrews, John T.; Swope, R. Jeffrey
 
 
5:45
     End of Day  
 
6:00 - 8:00
     Pizza Party (students only), INSTAAR Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269
 

 

FRIDAY 12 MARCH 2004
 
8:30am
  Continental Breakfast provided
INSTAAR, Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269
(Box lunch provided at end of poster session)
 
 
8:30 - 11:30am
Poster
Session
  Posters
INSTAAR, Bldg. RL-1, 2nd Floor
Chair: William Manley
 
 
     
 
Friday am
  Cryosphere Posters
 
 
1
  AN ATTEMPT TO ESTIMATE WATER BALANCE COMPONENTS IN PAN-ARCTIC
DYURGEROV, MARK B.; Balaeva, Vera; Pichugina, Yelena
 
 
2
  A MASS BALANCE PROFILE ALONG THE WESTERN SLOPE OF GREENLAND
ALBERT, TODD H.
 
 
3
  AN AUTONOMOUS WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR HARSH-ENVIRONMENT DATA ACQUISITION
FATLAND, DENNIS R.; Anandakrishnan, Sridhar; Grissom, Brad
 
 
4
  GLACIAL ARCHEOLOGY: A NEW RESEARCH FRONTIER
DIXON, E. JAMES; Manley, William F.; Lee, Craig M.
 
 
Friday am
  Glacial Geology Posters
 
 
5
  ALASKAN TEMPERATURE CHANGE OVER THE PAST MILLENNIUM: SOLAR FORCING MODULATED BY THE ARCTIC AND PACIFIC DECADAL OSCILLATIONS
WILES, GREGORY C.; D'Arrigo, Rosanne D.; Villalba, Ricardo; Barclay, David J.; Calkin, Parker E.
 
 
6
  TREE-RING AND HISTORICAL EVIDENCE FOR A LARGE AND RAPID ADVANCE OF AN ALASKAN TIDEWATER GLACIER
BARCLAY, DAVID J.; Barclay, Julie L.; Calkin, Parker E.; Wiles, Gregory C.
 
 
7
  TREE-RING DATED 1000-YEAR ADVANCE OF COLUMBIA GLACIER
BECKWITH-LAUBE, MATTHEW J.; Wiles, Greg C.; Calkin, Parker E.; Post, Austin
 
 
8
  TILTED TREES AND LOST LAKES: DENDROGLACIOLOGICAL INSIGHTS INTO LITTLE ICE AGE GLACIER ACTIVITY IN THE NORTHEAST ST. ELIAS MOUNTAINS, YUKON TERRITORY
REYES, ALBERTO V.; Luckman, Brian H.; Smith, Dan J.; Jensen, Britta JL.; Clague, John J.
 
 
9
  A POTENTIAL MODEL FOR PEDAGOGICAL TECHNIQUES IN UNDERGRADUATE FIELD GEOLOGY: AN EXAMPLE FROM SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA
VOGAN, NATHAN W.; Lennon, Brendan; Robinson, Stephen D.; Lamoureux, Scott
 
 
10
  LOCAL ICE ON WESTERN MELVILLE ISLAND, NWT, CANADA
NIXON, CHANTEL F.; England, John H.
 
 
11
  ORIGIN OF THE EAST-WEST ASYMMETRY OF PALEO-GLACIERS IN THE SIERRA NEVADAS
KESSLER, MARK A.; Anderson, Robert S.; Stock, Greg M.
 
 
12
  PREDICTING SEDIMENT FLUX TO THE ADRIATIC SEA; THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE LGM ALPINE GLACIERS
KETTNER, ALBERT J.; Syvitski, James PM.
 
 
Friday am
  Paleoceanography Posters
 
 
13
  HOW DYNAMIC ARE FLUVIAL-DELTAIC SYSTEMS DRAINING LAND-ICE? A CASE-STUDY OF CLYDE RIVER, BAFFIN ISLAND
OVEREEM, IRINA; Briner, Jason P.; Kettner, Albert J.
 
 
14
  SEDIMENTATION IN TEMPELFJORDEN, SPITSBERGEN, HIGH ARCTIC - PRELIMINARY RESULTS
FORWICK, MATTHIAS; Vorren, Tore O.
 
 
15
  LATE HOLOCENE PALEOCEANOGRAPHIC VARIATIONS OF ISAFJARDARDJUP, NW-ICELAND
QUILLMANN, URSULA
 
 
Friday am
  Paleolimnology Posters
 
 
16
  INVESTIGATING HOLOCENE CLIMATE CHANGE IN GLACIAL LAKE HVÍTÁRVATN, ICELAND
BLACK, JESSICA L.; Miller, Gifford H.; Geirsdottir, Aslaug
 
 
17
  EVIDENCE OF JÖKULHLAUPS AND SEISMIC INTERPRETATION OF HESTVATN, SOUTHERN ICELAND
HANNESDÓTTIR, HRAFNHILDUR; Geirsdóttir, Áslaug ; Miller, Gifford H.
 
 
18
  TESTING A NEW ISOTOPIC PALEO-THERMOMETER IN A MULTI-PROXY CONTEXT: CHIRONOMID d18O AS A PROXY FOR HOLOCENE TEMPERATURE CHANGE IN ICELAND
AXFORD, YARROW; Miller, Gifford H.; Wooller, Matthew J.; Francis, Donna; Geirsdóttir, Áslaug
 
 
19
  THE USE OF CHIRONOMIDS IN RECONSTRUCTING HOLOCENE PALAEOCLIMATE IN NORTHWEST ICELAND
HOLMES, NAOMI
 
 
20
  A CHIRONOMID BASED PALAEOENVIRONMENTAL RECONSTRUCTION OF ANTIFREEZE POND IN YUKON, CANADA
Barley, Erin M.; WALKER, IAN R.
 
 
21
  COMPARISON OF SEISMIC STRATIGRAPHY FROM TWO LAKES IN EASTERN BERINGIA
HILL, ERICA L.; Abbott, Mark; Finney, Bruce
 
 
22
  LIMNOLOGICAL AND PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE FROM MELVILLE ISLAND, NU/NWT, CANADIAN HIGH ARCTIC
KEATLEY, BRONWYN E.; Douglas, Marianne SV.; Smol, John P.
 
 
23
  MARKED 20TH CENTURY STRATIGRAPHICAL CHANGES IN LAKE SEDIMENTS FROM WESTERN SPITSBERGEN
HOLMGREN, SOFIA; Wolfe, Alex P.; Ingolfsson, Olafur
 
 
24
  LATE QUATERNARY VEGETATION HISTORY AND CLIMATE RECONSTRUCTION INFERRED FROM WESTERN ALASKA AND NORTHERN YUKON LAKES
KUREK, JOSHUA; Cwynar, Les C.
 
 
25
  THE CAPE BOUNTY INTEGRATED PALEOCLIMATE EXPERIMENT: CALIBRATING THE SEDIMENTARY AND SUBFOSSIL RECORD CONTAINED IN VARVES
LAMOUREUX, SCOTT F.; Cockburn, Jaclyn MH.; Stewart, Kailey A.; Forbes, Andrew C.; Francus, Pierre
 
 
26
  DESIGNING A SEMI-AUTOMATED AND REMOTE SYSTEM TO RETRIEVE VARVED IMAGES FROM THIN-SECTIONS AT THE SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE
FRANCUS, PIERRE
 
 
27
  POST LITTLE ICE AGE RECORD OF FINE AND COARSE CLASTIC SEDIMENTATION IN AN ALASKAN PROGLACIAL LAKE
LOSO, MICHAEL G.; Anderson, Robert S.; Anderson, Suzanne P.
 
 
28
  HOLOCENE PALEOTEMPERATURES AND PALEOHYDROLOGY OF MARCELLA LAKE, SOUTHWEST YUKON
PEDERSEN, CY R.; Cwynar, Les C.
 
 
29
  LATE QUATERNARY VEGETATION HISTORY OF SOUTHWESTERN YUKON TERRITORY
VERMAIRE, JESSE C.; Cwynar, Les C.
 
 
30
  PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL RECORDS OF NUTRIENT DYNAMICS ASSOCIATED WITH SOCKEYE SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS NERKA) PRODUCTION IN SUB-ARCTIC AND ALPINE NURSERY LAKE ENVIRONMENTS
SELBIE, DANIEL T.; Finney, Bruce P.; Lewis, Bert; Smol, John P.
 
 
Friday am
  Ecosystems Posters
 
 
31
  CLIMATE AND TROPHIC CASCADES EXPLAIN INTRA- AND INTER-ANNUAL VARIATION IN WADER BREEDING PHENOLOGY IN HIGH ARCTIC GREENLAND
HØYE, TOKE T.; Schmidt, Niels M.; Meltofte, Hans; Forchhammer, Mads C.
 
 
32
  PREDICTING LAIR ABANDONMENT BY RINGED SEALS BASED ON PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE SNOWPACK
CONWAY, JOHN E.; Kelly, Brendan P.; Hood, Eran
 
 
33
  VEGETATION TYPES OF NY-ALESUND, SVALBARD, AND THEIR HABITAT RELATIONSHIPS
KOJIMA, SATORU
 
 
34
  EFFECTS OF INCREASED SNOW-COVER IN TWO NORTHERN SCANDINAVIAN ECOSYSTEMS
LARSEN, KLAUS S.
 
 
35
  137CS AND 40K IN DOMINATING PLANT GROUPS OF THE TUNDRA LANDSCAPES IN THE LOWER YENISEY REACHES
KOROBOVA, ELENA M.; Ukraintseva, Natalia G.
 
 
36
  A NEW METHOD TO RECONSTRUCT BARK BEETLE OUTBREAKS: RECURRENCE INTERVALS AND HISTORY OF SPRUCE BARK BEETLE (DENDROCTONUS RUFIPENNIS) INFESTATION IN SOUTHWEST YUKON, CANADA
SEIFERLING, IAN S.; Vetter, Mary
 
 
Friday am
  Geomorphology Posters
 
 
37
  DEVELOPMENT OF SOLIFLUCTION LOBES, KLUANE RANGE, YUKON TERRITORY
KINNARD, CHRISTOPHE ; Lewkowicz, Antoni G.
 
 
38
  NATURAL RISKS AND FREQUENCY OF DEBRIS FLOWS IN AKSHAYUK PASS (NUNAVUT, CANADA)
DOUCET, ANNICK; Lauriol, Bernard
 
 
39
  INTERNET-BASED PLATFORM FOR REAL-TIME GEOSCIENCE DURING TECTONIC CRISES IN ICELAND
ROBERTS, MATTHEW J.; Stefánsson, Ragnar; Halldórsson, Páll
 
 
40
  IMAGING POTENTIAL HYPORHEIC ZONE EXTENT BENEATH ARCTIC STREAMS USING GROUND PENETRATING RADAR
GOOSEFF, MICHAEL N.; Bradford, John H.; McNamara, James P.; Bowden, William B.
 
 
41
  DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON IN PEATLAND WATERSHEDS OF WEST SIBERIA
FREY, KAREN E.; Smith, Laurence C.
 
 
42
  STREAM MODELING
HARRISON, PHILIP
 
 
     
         
 
11:30-12:30
     Box Lunch provided
   INSTAAR Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269
 
 
Friday Oral Session
6
  Greenland
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: Tad Pfeffer
 
12:30
  HOLOCENE LAKE ONTOGENY IN RELATION TO CLIMATIC FORCING AND CATCHMENT DEVELOPMENT IN THE KANGERLUSSUAQ REGION, WEST GREENLAND
PERREN, BIANCA B.; Anderson, N. John; Birks, Hilary H.; Douglas, Marianne SV.
 
12:45
  A HIGH RESOLUTION CLIMATE RECORD FROM THE NORTHGRIP DEEP ICE CORE
SCHMIDT, KAREN G.; Dahl-Jensen, Dorthe; Johnsen, Sigfús J.; NorthGRIP members
 
1:00
  PETERMANN GLETSCHER'S FLOATING TONGUE IN NORTHWESTERN GREENLAND: PECULIAR SURFACE FEATURES, BOTTOM MELT CHANNELS, AND MASS BALANCE ASSESSMENT
STEFFEN, KONRAD; Cullen, Nicolas; Huff, Russel; Stewart, Craig; Rignot, Erioc
 
1:15
  SURFACE ABLATION ON A FLOATING ICE TONGUE IN NORTHERN GREENLAND
CULLEN, NICOLAS J.; Huff, Russell; Steffen, Konrad
 
1:30
  SPATIAL TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF GREENLAND MELT ANOMALIES
HUFF, RUSSELL D.; Steffen, Konrad
 
1:45
  CYCLONE OCCURRENCE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC: IMPACTS ON GREENLAND ICE SHEET MELT CYCLES 1979-2002
MCALLISTER, MOLLY J.; Huff, Russell
 
2:00
  LONG DISTANCE POLLEN TRANSPORT TO SOUTHERN GREENLAND: IS THERE A REGULAR PATTERN?
ROUSSEAU, DENIS-DIDIER ; Schevin, Patrick ; Duzer, Danielle ; Jolly, Dominique ; Cambon, Genevieve
 
2:15
  A VALIDATION OF THE MODIS CLOUD MASK OVER GREENLAND
STARKWEATHER, SANDY; Steffen, Konrad
 
2:30
  OZONE UPTAKE TO POLAR AND MID-LATITUDE SNOWPACKS
BOCQUET, FLORENCE; Rick, Ursula K.; Helmig, Detlev
 
2:45
     Afternoon Break 1
 
Friday Oral Session
7
  E Canada Lacustrine
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: Gifford Miller
 
3:00
  ARE CURRENT RATES OF ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN DEPOSITION INDUCING BIOGEOCHEMICAL SHIFTS IN LAKES OF THE EASTERN CANADIAN ARCTIC?
WOLFE, ALEXANDER P.; Cooke, Colin A.
 
3:15
  ASYNCHRONOUS ECOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO CLIMATIC CHANGE IN CANADIAN HIGH ARCTIC LAKES AND PONDS
ANTONIADES, DERMOT; Douglas, Marianne SV.; Smol, John P.
 
3:30
  QUANTITATIVE PALEOCLIMATE RECONSTRUCTION FROM POLLEN ASSEMBLAGES PRESERVED IN ARCTIC LAKE SEDIMENTS
FRÈCHETTE, BIANCA; de Vernal, Anne; Wolfe, Alexander P.; Fredskild, Bent; Kerwin, Micheal W.; Miller, Gifford H.; Richard, Pierre JH.
 
3:45
  CLIMATE CHANGES AND EVOLUTION OF NORDIC ECOSYSTEMS OF CANADA
BHIRY, NAJAT
 
4:00
     Afternoon Break 2
 
Friday Oral Session
8
  E Canada Glaciers and Cosmogenic Dating
INSTAAR Auditorium, Bldg. RL-3, Rm. 620
Chair: Jason Briner
 
4:15
  RECENT CHANGES IN THE ICE CAPS AND GLACIERS OF CANADA'S ARCTIC ISLANDS
SHARP, MARTIN; Copland, Luke; Burgess, David ; Williamson, Scott; Filbert, Katie ; Cawkwell, Fiona
 
4:30
  GLACIER FLUCTUATIONS AND LICHEN SIZE-FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTIONS (NUNAVUT - CANADA)
MERCIER, GENEVIEVE; Lauriol, Bernard
 
4:45
  TRIMLINES AND RECENTLY EXPOSED TERRAIN AS INDICATORS OF RAPID CLIMATIC CHANGE IN THE QUEEN ELIZABETH ISLANDS, ARCTIC CANADA
WOLKEN, GABRIEL
 
5:00
  LATE FOXE GLACIATION OF THE ASTON LOWLAND, BAFFIN ISLAND, NUNAVUT: SUPPORT FOR AN INTERMEDIATE ICE EXTENT IN THE EASTERN CANADIAN ARCTIC
COULTHARD, ROY D.; Davis, P. Thompson; Briner, Jason P.; Miller, Gifford H.
 
5:15
  CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA COSMOGENIC ISOTOPE LABORATORY
DOUPÈ, JONATHAN P.; England , John H.; Litherland, A.E.; Zhao, X.-L.
 
5:30
     End of Day
 
6:30 - 10:00
     Dinner provided by Arctic Workshop
   Koenig Alumni Center, CU-Boulder Main Campus
   1202 University Ave.
     
       
SATURDAY 13 MARCH 2004
 
Saturday Oral Session
9
  NW Canada
INSTAAR Conference Room, Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269
Chair: Scott Lamoureaux
 
9:00am
  PACKRATS OF BERINGIA: PALEOECOLOGY OF SMALL MAMMAL MIDDENS IN CENTRAL YUKON
ZAZULA, GRANT D.; Mathewes, Rolf W.; Froese, Duane G.; Storer, John E.; Westgate, John A.; Sanborn, Paul T.
 
9:15
  RELICT MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE PERMAFROST IN CENTRAL YUKON TERRITORY
FROESE, DUANE G.; Westgate, John A.; Preece, Shari J.; Mayer, Bernhard; Zazula, Grant D.; Reyes, Alberto V.
 
9:30
  DECADAL HYDROCLIMATIC VARIABILITY AS EVIDENCED BY THE SEDIMENTARY RECORD OF MIRROR LAKE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, CANADA
TOMKINS, JESSICA D.; Lamoureux, Scott F.
 
9:45
  TREE-RINGS AS A HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PROXY IN THE CARCROSS DESERT, YUKON TERRITORY, CANADA
YOUNGBLUT, DON; Pisaric, Michael FJ.
 
10:00
  POTENTIAL CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS AND ADAPTATION FOR INFRASTRUCTURE IN NORTHERN COMMUNITIES UNDERLAIN BY PERMAFROST
ROBINSON, STEPHEN D.; Couture, Rejean; Burgess, Margo M.; Smith, Sharon L.
 
10:15
  CENTENNIAL PHASING OF PACIFIC DECADAL VARIABILITY IN NORTHWEST NORTH AMERICA DURING THE PAST SEVEN CENTURIES
COCKBURN, JACLYN MH.; Lamoureux, Scott F.
 
10:30
     Morning Break
 
Saturday Oral Session
10
  Europe, Russia, and More
INSTAAR Conference Room, Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269
Chair: Astrid Ogilvie
 
10:45
  HUMAN EVOLUTION AND THE COLONIZATION OF THE HIGHER LATITUDES
HOFFECKER, JOHN F.
 
11:00
  TOWARDS A TEPHROCHRONOLOGY FRAMEWORK FOR THE LAST GLACIAL/INTERGLACIAL TRANSITION IN SCANDINAVIA AND THE FAROE ISLANDS
WASTEGÅRD, STEFAN; Davies, Siwan M.; Turney, Chris SM.; Wohlfarth, Barbara
 
11:15
  THE CELTIC DEEP PALAEOLAKE: EVIDENCE FOR A LARGE DEGLACIAL LACUSTRINE SYSTEM AT THE SOUTHERN MARGIN OF THE BRITISH ICE-SHEET AND IT'S IMPLICATIONS FOR DEGLACIAL SEA-LEVELS ON THE NW EUROPEAN CONTINENTAL SHELF
FURZE, MARK FA.
 
11:30
      Lunch break (your choice for location)
 
Saturday Oral Session
11
  Alaska & W Canada
INSTAAR Conference Room, Bldg. RL-1, Rm. 269
Chair: Martin Sharp
 
1:00
  INTRABASINAL VARIABILITY OF HOLOCENE TEPHRA IN A SMALL KETTLE LAKE, LORRAINE LAKE, UPPER COOK INLET, ALASKA
KATHAN, KASEY; Werner, Alan ; Kaufman, Darrell; de Fontaine, Christian; Kingsbury, Esther
 
1:15
  A COMPLEX ORIGIN FOR LATE QUATERNARY LOESS IN CENTRAL ALASKA, USA
MUHS, DANIEL R.; Budahn, James R.
 
1:30
  A TIME-TRANSGRESSIVE TILL ACCRETION AND BED DEFORMATION HYPOTHESIS
LARSEN, NICOLAJ K.; Piotrowski, Jan A.; Kronborg, Christian ; Wysota, Wojcieck
 
1:45
  SLIDING AND THE GROWTH AND DECAY OF CAVITIES BENEATH AN ALPINE GLACIER: RESULTS FROM BENCH GLACIER, ALASKA
ANDERSON, ROBERT S.; Anderson, Suzanne P.; MacGregor, Kelly R.; Waddington, Edwin D.; O'Neel, Shad; Riihimaki, catherine A.; Loso, Michael G.
 
2:00
  A FORCE BALANCE ANALYSIS OVER THE LOWER REACHES OF COLUMBIA GLACIER, ALASKA DURING ITS RAPID RETREAT
O'NEEL, SHAD; Pfeffer, Tad; Krimmel, Robert; Meier, Mark
 
2:15
  TESTING A GLACIAL EROSION RULE USING STEP HEIGHTS OF HANGING VALLEYS, JASPER NATIONAL PARK, CANADA
AMUNDSON, JASON M.; Iverson, Neal R.
 
2:30
  THE MECHANICAL-CHEMICAL WEATHERING LINKAGE: GLACIER EROSION AND SOLUTE FLUXES
ANDERSON, SUZANNE P.
 
2:45
  COLUMBIA GLACIER, TIDEWATER INSTABILITY AND UPGLACIER PROPAGATION OF KINEMATIC WAVES
PFEFFER, W TAD.; O'Neel, Shad; Krimmel, Robert M.
 
3:00
       End of Meeting!
 
   

 

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