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Afoncheva, Sofia
Murmansk State Technical University, Russia
Distribution of littoral phyto- and zoocenosis of the Kola Bay of the Barents sea
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Aglen, Asgeir
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Fishery investigations in Arctic waters with the new Norwegian ice going research vessel
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Alexeev, Denis
Russian State Hydrometeorological University, Russia
The role of meiobenthos in the production processes of ecosystems of the Russian Arctic seas
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Andersen, Odd Ketil
BiotaTools AS, Norway
The Relationship Between Real-Time Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Risk Assessment and Environmental Management
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Anker, Morten
Pöyry Management Consulting, Norway
Gas in the Barents Sea - how can we make it commercial?
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:20-11:30
 

Anufriieva, Elena
Institute of biology of southern seas, Ukraine
Biological resources in changing Arctic: Aquaculture as element of their sustainable use
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
14:35-14:55. Early Career
 

Assmy, Philipp
Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway
Floating ice-algal aggregates below melting Arctic sea ice: hotspots of biological activity and an important food source for the ice-associated fauna
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spring. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  15:30-17:00
16:20-16:40
 

Bailey, Sara
Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Great lakes Laboratory for Fisheries Research, Canada
Current and future risk of aquatic invasive species introductions to the Canadian Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
 

Basedow, Sünnje
University of Nordland, Norway
Production and advection at the Barents Sea polar front in June 2011
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spatial patterns. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:50. Early Career
 

Bauerfeind, Eduard
Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany
Variability of vertical particle flux at the long-term observatory HAUSGARTEN in Eastern Fram Strait since the year 2000. Are we witnessing a change in epipelagic community structure?
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: seasonal patterns. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:10-11:30
 

Bennett, Mia
University of Cambridge, UK
The Maritime Tiger: Exploring South Korea's Interests and Role in the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
13:05-13:15. Early Career
 

Berchenko, Igor
Murmansk Marine Biological Institute of KSC RAS, Russia
Interbreeding of Calanus finmarchicus and C. glacialis in the areas of coexisting
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Bergh, Kristofer
SIPRI, Sweden
What role for the military in a changing Arctic?
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
16:10-16:20. Early Career
 

Bertelsen, Rasmus Gjedssø
Aalborg University, Denmark
Human Capital and State-Building in the North Atlantic: the Importance of Domestic and Foreign Education and Brain Circulation in Iceland, Faroe Islands and Greenland
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Bloshkina, Ekaterina
Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russia
On the spatial variability of thermohalineintrusion characteristics in the deep Arctic Basin
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Bohnstedt, Hanne
Innovative Fisheries Management, Aalborg University, Denmark
Social, Economic and Biological Sustainability in Managing Costal Fisheries in a Changing Arctic
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Boje, Jesper
DTU Aqua, Denmark
Greenland halibut - a fishing resource vulnerable to changes in the arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:50-10:10
 
Potential fishing resources in East Greenland waters in a changing Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
12:30-12:50
 

Bolman, Bas
IMARES Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
Integral framework for assessing impacts on Arctic Marine Productivity
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Bozman, Andrea
University of Nordland, Norway
Population dynamics and vertical habitat preference of a deep water jellyfish, Periphylla periphylla, in a north Norwegian fjord
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Bundgaard, Stine Bylin
Aalborg University, Denmark
Intercultural networks - learning, knowledge sharing and brain circulation in the Arctic
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Calvo, Alex
European University, Spain
Japan and the Arctic: Energy Security, Naval Normalization, and Relations With Russia
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
13:30-13:40. Early Career
 
Policing the Arctic: Keeping Law and Order in the Face of Major Economic Development
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Carroll, JoLynn
Akvaplan-niva, Norway
SYMBIOSES: an integrated modeling framework for decision support in marine ecosystem based management
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:50-12:10
 

Carroll, Michael
Akvaplan-niva, Norway
Reading Between the Lines: Bivalve Growth Rate and Isotopic Variability Across the Barents Sea Polar Front
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Climate. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
11:05-11:25
 

Christiansen, Jørgen Schou
Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics, University of Tromsø, Norway
Marine Fishes at Stake in Arctic Klondike
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic.  -  12:30-14:10
12:40-13:10
 

Cinelli, Claudia
University of Pisa, Italy
Space for Arctic security and safety: an EU maritime agenda item for future
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Cochrane, Sabine
Akvaplan-niva, Norway
Deep-water sponge assemblages in the south-western Barents Sea - balancing their ecosystem role with increasing human activities
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Climate. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
11:45-12:05
 

Conley, Heather
Center for Strategic and International Studies, USA
The Benefits and 'Costs of Cold:'  The United States and Arctic Economics in the 21st Century
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:20-09:30
 

Daase, Malin
1) Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway
Polar night ecology and oceanography: findings from the January cruise at 82oN
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Winter. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
14:15-14:35
 

Dahle, Geir
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Genetic analysis of snow crab (Chionocetes opilio) in the Barents Sea - where are we?
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
11:45-12:05
 

Dannheim, Jennifer
Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Macrozoobenthic production and productivity on the northern Norwegian shelf
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Darnis, Gerald
Québec-Océan, Département de biologie, Université Laval, Canada
Dynamics and reproduction of the arctic copepod Calanus hyperboreus during a year of record low ice cover in the southeastern Beaufort Sea
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Keynote session. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-15:30
15:00-15:30. Early Career
 

De Boeck, Evelyne
Stockholm University, Sweden
Civil society legitimacy in the Arctic context: a normative framework for assessing the legitimacy of Greenpeace and the WWF
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Degen, Renate
AWI, Germany
Towards a pan-Arctic benthic data base – the Barent Sea macrobenthic energy flow example
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Depledge, Duncan
Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
'Securing an Emerging Arctic: A UK Perspective
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
15:00-15:10. Early Career
 

Dolata, Petra
Department of Political Economy, King’s College, UK
Arctic (Geo)Politics: An Emerging Research Agenda
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
14:30-15:00
 

Dolgov, Andrey
Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography (PINRO), Russia
Formation of plankton communities structure under oceanographic condition impact in the arctic Barents and Kara Seas in 2006-2011
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Climate. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
11:25-11:45
 
Trophic relations and role of zooplankton in fish diet in the arctic Barents and Kara Sea
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Dubois, Marc-André
Stockholm University Department of Political Science, Sweden
Canadian Offshore Drilling Policy: a Study of the Arctic Council's Soft Power
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:40-09:50. Early Career
 

Falardeau, Marianne
Québec-Océan, Département de biologie, Université Laval, Canada
Larval polar cod (Boreogadus saida) and sandlance (Ammodytes sp.) trophodynamics in the warming Beaufort Sea
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic.  -  12:30-14:10
13:30-13:50. Early Career
 

Fauchald, Per
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Norway
Seasonal changes in the spatial organization of the Barents Sea ecosystem
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spatial patterns. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
 

Flanagan, Stephen
CSIS, USA
U.S. Security and Defense Policy in Northern Europe: Prospects for a Northern Pirouette
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
13:00-13:10
 

Fluharty, David
School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington, USA
Arctic fisheries: A North Pacific perspective
Plenary Science session:  David Fluharty, Associate Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington , USA: Arctic Fisheries - A North Pacific Perspective. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  09:55
09:55-10:35
 

Freese, Daniela
Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Effects of food and light on the physiology of Calanus glacialis during different seasons in the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Winter. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
14:35-14:55. Early Career
 

Freitag, Melissa
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA
Why Southeast Asian Interest? New Arctic Shipping Routes and Some Implications for Southeast Asian Economies
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Fries, Tom
The Arctic Institute, USA
Social media and Arctic issues: Risks, benefits and case studies
Project and programme announcements:  Project and programme announcements  -  15:15-16:05
15:35-15:45
 

Fuhrmann, Mona Maria
Department of Arctic and Marine Biology, University of Tromsø, Norway
Role of the invasive red king crab in the benthic food web: Integrating stomach analysis and stable isotopes
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
11:05-11:25. Early Career
 

Gabrielsen, Tove M.
University Centre in Svalbard, Norway
The influence of advection on the marine ecosystem of Arctic fjords: The 2009-2011 seasons of the Billefjorden model system, western Spitsbergen. 
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: seasonal patterns. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
10:50-11:10
 

Garcia-Corral, Lara S
Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (CSIC-UIB), Spain
Arctic plankton metabolism: rates and drivers
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Lower trophic levels. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:50. Early Career
 

Geoffroy, Maxime
Université Laval, Canada
An answer to the mystery of the missing polar cod (Boreogadus saida)?
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic.  -  12:30-14:10
13:50-14:10. Early Career
 

Gerland, Sebastian
Norwegian Polar Institute, Fram Centre, Norway
Collaboration within two Norwegian-Chinese research projects on Arctic climate processes: Examples and future perspectives
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
10:50-11:10
 

Giustiniani, Michela
OGS - Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale, Italy
Arctic Ocean Gas Hydrate Stability Versus Changing Climate
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Gofman, Victoria
Collaborative Research & Consulting, USA
Capturing Coupling of Socio-economic and Environmental Changes in the Bering Sea Sub Network (BSSN): A Distributed Human Sensor Array to Detect Arctic Environmental Change. 
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
12:10-12:30
 

Golubkin, Pavel
Nansen International Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre, Russia
Phytoplankton biomass dynamics driven by cyclonic activities in the Arctic Ocean: a spaceborne synergistic study.
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Graczyk, Piotr
University of Tromsø, Norway
Poland's role in the Arctic
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 
The role and potential of the Arctic Council in Arctic marine shipping governance
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:25-13:35. Early Career
 

Graeve, Martin
Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Calanus based Arctic food web: The role of the ctenophores Mertensia ovum and Beroe cucumis in lipid transfer
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Grätz, Jonas
Center for Security Studies at ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Rosneft and the Russian Arctic shelf: Corporate power vs. development
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:10-11:20. Early Career
 

Greenacre, Michael
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Fuzzy coding of environmental predictors in constrained ordinations
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Grigor, Jordan
Takuvik Joint International Laboratory, U. Laval (Canada) & CNRS (France), Département de Biologie, Université Laval, Canada
The annual routine of a predatory Arctic zooplankter in a highly seasonal environment
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: seasonal patterns. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:50-12:10. Early Career
 

Gunnarsson, Bjørn
Centre for High North Logistics (CHNL), Norway
The Launch of the ARCTIS (Arctic Resources & Transportation Information System) Online Database
Project and programme announcements:  Project and programme announcements  -  15:15-16:05
15:55-16:05
 

Haftendorn, Helga
Free University of Berlin, Germany
Arctic Security in a Global Context
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:55-14:05
 

Hallanger, Ingeborg G
University of Tromsø, Norway
Unraveling Onisimus litoralis: What can it tell us about seasonality?
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Haug, Tore
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Has ice retreat and ecosystem changes left Barents Sea harp seals starving?
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
16:40-17:00
 

Heggland, Kristin
University of Tromsø, Norway
Habitat for 0-group coastal cod (Gadus morhua) in Balsfjorden and Porsangerfjorden
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
15:00-15:20. Early Career
 

Hegseth, Else Nøst
University of Tromsø, Norway
Ice algal biomass in the sediments - a food source in the mid-winter ecosystem in high Arctic shelf areas
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spring. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  15:30-17:00
15:40-16:00
 

Hilde, Paal Sigurd
Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norway
Arctic Geopolitics in a Global Perspective: From cold periphery to global hotspot?
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
12:40-13:00
 

Hindrum, Reidar
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP) - Marine Plan.  Integrated Pan-Arctic Biodiversity Monitoring to Strengthen Decision-Making
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Holtsmark, Sven G.
Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norway
Cooperation and conflict in the High North. A historical perspective
Plenary Science session:  Sven G. Holtsmark, Professor, Director of the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norway: Cooperation and conflict in the Arctic. A historical perspective. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  09:15
09:15-09:55
 

Hop, Haakon
Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway
Seasonal transition in water masses and plankton from Rijpfjorden in Svalbard to the Arctic Ocean
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Lower trophic levels. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:50-10:10
 

Hovelsrud, Grete K.
Nordland Research Institute, Norway
"Traditional" marine harvests no more: What are the climate change challenges?
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
 

Humpert, Malte
The Arctic Institute, USA
From ‘Great Wall’ to ‘Great White North’: Explaining China’s politics in the Arctic
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 
The Future of Arctic Shipping along the Transpolar Sea Route
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Hyodo, Shinji
National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan
The New Arctic Reality and the Strategic Environment in Northeast Asia: From Japanese Perspective
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
10:45-10:55
 

Ingimundarson, Valur
University of Iceland, Iceland
The Politics of Representation in the Arctic Council: Mediating Internal Interests and External Desires
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
15:10-15:20
 

Ingvaldsen, Randi
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Elements of prospective future harvest of marine biological resources in the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:55-14:15
 

Jakobsen, Ingvild
University of Tromsø, Norway
The adequacy of the law of the sea and international environmental law to the Arctic Ocean
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:45-13:55. Early Career
 

Jákupsstovu, Sigurd
University of the Faroe islands, Faroe Islands
Faroe Islands: Hydrocarbon Exploration and its impact on the Faroese Society
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:20
 

Jegorova, Natalja
Tallinn University, Estonia
Different Levels of Cooperation between the Arctic Five and Non-Arctic States: The Influence on the Regional Security Environment
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Jóhannesson, Gudni
Reykjavík Academy, Iceland
The Jan Mayen dispute between Iceland and Norway, 1979-1981. A study in successful diplomacy.
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
14:05-14:15
 

Johnsen, Geir
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
Use of underwater robots and sensors to map, monitor and estimate biomass/production in marine plankton, macro algae and benthos in the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Keynote session. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
12:40-13:10
 

Jørgensen, Søren
Aalborg University, Denmark
Migration out of Greenland and how foreign education complicates a return
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Jørstad, Knut Eirik
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Circumpolar biodiversity: results of climate fluctuations and intermingling of Atlantic and Pacific species?
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:50
 

Juul-Pedersen, Thomas
Greenland Climate Research Centre, Greenland
Pelagic primary production in a freshwater influenced sub-Arctic fjord system - with a view to the past
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: seasonal patterns. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:30-11:50. Early Career
 

Keil, Kathrin
Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies (BTS), Germany
An Arctic Security Community?
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
15:20-15:30. Early Career
 

Klimenko, Ekaterina
SIPRI, Sweden
Russian Policy in the Arctic: strategic importance, ambitious plans and domestic constraints
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Kohut, Rachel
Memorial University, Canada
Access to Reproductive Health Services in Northern Canada Communities: The Role of Midwifery in Future Policy Decision-Making
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Kornilova, Anastasia
MGIMO Unoversity, Russia
War or peace in the Arctic region?
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Kosobokova, Ksenia
Institute of Oceanology RAS, Russia
Zooplankton communities are awake in winter: evidence from the three Arctic seas
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Winter. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:05-13:35
 
Zooplankton productivity in a changing Arctic Ocean
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Kovacs, Kit M.
Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway
Production in the Barents Sea and the marine mammal community
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Keynote session. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
13:10-13:40
 

Kraft, Angelina
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany
From polar night to midnight sun: Lipid composition and feeding strategies of Arctic pelagic amphipods
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Winter. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:35-13:55. Early Career
 

Kubiszyn, Anna
Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Winter Tales - a dark side of planktonic life
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Kürner, Fabienne
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Security dynamics according to the concept of a "Hybrid Arctic"
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Legun, Anna
Petrozavodsk Sate University, Russia
Recreational fishing on the salmon rivers of northern Europe.
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Leu, Eva
Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Germany
Arctic spring awakening - a pan-Arctic view on processes controlling bottom ice algae blooms
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spring. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  15:30-17:00
16:00-16:20. Early Career
 

Loe, Julia S. P.
Pöyry, Norway
Russia’s Arctic oil and gas:  Petroleum extraction and geopolitical implications
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:50-10:00
 

Maeda, Hikari
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan
Utility of the transition phase in earplugs for the common minke whales, to improve their stock managements
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
16:20-16:40. Early Career
 

Marquardt, Miriam
University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Norway
Microbial eukaryotes in an arctic marine ecosystem: Diversity and seasonality 
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Masvie, Nils Andreas
Det Norske Veritas, Norway
Risks and Responsible Management of Arctic Resources
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
16:30-16:40
 

Matrai, Patricia
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA
Integrated primary and community production in the Arctic Ocean: In situ and remotely sensed estimates
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Keynote session. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
13:40-14:10
 

McBride, Margaret
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Krill, Climate, and Contrasting Future Scenarios for Arctic and Antarctic Fisheries
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
14:30-14:50
 

Medby, Ingrid
The University of Edinburgh, UK
The Emergence of an Arctic Identity in Norway: Towards International Cooperation or International Competition?
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Merrick, Richard
NOAA Fisheries, USA
Integrated Arctic Management in the U.S. High Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:10-11:30
 

Moe, Arild
Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway
The delimitation agreement in the Barents Sea: The role of energy, law and foreign policy
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
10:50-11:00
 
The geopolitics of Asia's growing interest in Arctic affairs: rationale, intensity, implications 
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:20
 

Murzina, Svetlana A.
Institute of biology Karelian research centre RAS, Russia
Differentiation of the White Sea herring (Clupea pallasi marisalbi Berg) by the lipid status - one of a mechanism of intrapopulation heterogeneity
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:30-11:50. Early Career
 

Nadezhda, Filimonova
Uppsala University, Sweden
Assessing Soviet/Russian state and business interests in the marine border negotiations with Norway
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
11:00-11:10. Early Career
 

Nahrgang, Jasmine
University of Tromsø, Norway
Gender-specific reproductive strategies in polar cod (Boreogadus saida)
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: seasonal patterns. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
12:10-12:30. Early Career
 

Nakamura, Gen
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan
Needs of osteological comparison North Atlantic minke whales with North Pacific minke whales to clarify for their taxonomic status.
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Nicolaus, Marcel
Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Changes in Arctic Sea Ice Result in Increasing Light Transmission
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Climate. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
10:45-11:05
 

Nielsen, Jennifer L.
University of Alaska, USA
marine biology in a warming arctic - who will be winners? 
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:05-13:35
 

Nielsson, Egill Thor
Polar Research Institute of China, China
China’s Arctic research and its wider implications
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:40. Early Career
 

Nieuwejaar, Per Wilhelm
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Scientific capabilities of the new ice going Norwegian Research Vessel
Project and programme announcements:  Project and programme announcements  -  15:15-16:05
15:15-15:25
 

Nilsen, Marianne
International Research Institute of Stavanger, Norway
Spatial distribution of secondary benthic invertebrate production in a north Norwegian fjord system
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spatial patterns. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:50-10:10. Early Career
 

Ohnishi, Fujio
Ocean Policy Research Foundation, Japan
The Emerging Arctic Strategy of Japan
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
10:55-11:05
 

Øseth, Ellen
Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway
MOSJ: An ecosystem based monitoring system for the region of Svalbard and Jan Mayen
Project and programme announcements:  Project and programme announcements  -  15:15-16:05
15:45-15:55
 

Østhagen, Andreas
The Arctic Institute, USA
Developing North American Arctic offshore oil and gas
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Energy in a global picture. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:40. Early Career
 

Ounanian, Kristen
University of Rhode Island, USA
Arctic governance and the potential political strength of Nordic cooperation
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Park, Byong-Kwon
Korea Polar Research Instite, Republic of Korea
Korean Arctic research program and future strategy
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Pathirana, Irene
Geological Survey of Norway, Norway
Modelling the effects of Holocene primary productivity changes on organic carbon accumulation and storage in the Barents Sea
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Pelletier, Sébastien
Laval University, Canada
Development of shipping in the Arctic: opinions of shipowners
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Petursdottir, Hildur
Marine Research Institute Iceland, Iceland
Trophic relationships and the role of Calanus in the oceanic ecosystems south and north of Iceland
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Pokiak, Frank
Inuvialuit Game Countil, Canada
Impact of the expanded distribution of marine and land species in Canada's Western Arctic: An Inuvialuit Perspective
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
15:20-15:40
 

Raakjær, Jesper
Innovative Fisheries Management, Aalborg Universitet, Denmark
Filling the Need for a Comprehensive Fisheries Management Plan for Greenlandic Halibut in Greenland
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Redmond, Kirsten J.
University of Stavanger, Norway
The effect of Arctic produced water on the fitness of Mytilus edulis: the potential for the use of growth and particle retention efficiency as real-time monitoring endpoints.
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: seasonal patterns. Friday 25 Jan  -  10:50-13:00
12:30-12:50. Early Career
 

Renaud, Paul E.
Akvaplan-niva, Norway
Benthic productivity: a pan-Arctic view of local processes
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Keynote session. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-15:30
14:30-15:00
 

Richter, Andries
CEES, University of Oslo, Norway
Using Economic Information to Anticipate Collapses in Social-Ecological Systems
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:10-10:30. Early Career
 

Røseth, Tom
Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norway
The Russia-China relationship   - possible consequences for the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:40-09:50. Early Career
 

Sakhuja, Vijay
Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), India
India and the Changing Arctic   
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
11:05-11:15
 

Scheldeman, Griet
St Andrews University, UK
Life on Lance: through the eyes of an anthropologist
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Schmid, Moritz S.
Takuvik Joint International Laboratory, U. Laval (Canada) & CNRS (France), Département de Biologie, Université Laval, Canada
In situ imaging of mesozooplankton in order to assess fine scale spatiotemporal variability: Results from the BaySys 2012 expedition in Hudson Bay
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Scott, David J.
Canadian Polar Commission, Canada
Revitalization of the Canadian Polar Commission
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Semeryuk, Irina
Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russia
Nutrient balance in the bays of the Kara Sea
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Semushin, Andrey
PINRO, Russia
Long-term dynamics of marine fish populations’ diversity in the coastalwaters of the South-Eastern part of the Barents Sea
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
14:15-14:35
 

Sergunin, Aleksandr
St. Petersburg State University, Russia
Is Russia a Revisionist Power in the Arctic?
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
13:10-13:20. Early Career
 

Seuthe, Lena
University of Tromsø, Norway
Trophic state alone does not explain biomass partitioning in marine planktonic communities: The importance of zooplankton life-span and advection in Arctic marine ecosystems
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Lower trophic levels. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30. Early Career
 

Shadrin, Nickolai
Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas, Ukraine
What is sustainable development in a World of Change? Lessons from extreme environment study
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Smieszek, Malgorzata
College of Europe, Poland
Strategic Planning in European Union Policy Towards the Arctic - the Case of Arctic Shipping and Energy Resources
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Smirnova, Julia
Russian State Hydrometeorological University,Satellite oceanography Laboratory, Russia
Methodology for Polar Low study in the Arctic region based on satellite passive microwave data
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Smits, Coco
Royal HaskoningDHV, UK
The role of the European Union in Arctic Spheres of Authority: towards an offshore Arctic drilling moratorium?
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Sneekes, Andrea
IMARES Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
First experiences with tools for monitoring and prediction of non-indigenous species (NIS) in the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10-10-10:30
 

Sokolovskiy, Alexander
Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University), Russia
Impact of Climate Change on Russia's Arctic Policy
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Søreide, Janne E.
The University Centre in Svalbard, Norway
CLEOPATRA II: Climate effects on planktonic food quality and trophic transfer in the Arctic marginal ice zone
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 
Effect of changes in light and food on the metabolism of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 
Trophic structures and carbon flows in Arctic and Atlantic waters around Svalbard revealed by stable isotopic and fatty acid tracers
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Lower trophic levels. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:10-10:30. Early Career
 

Steinberg, Philip
Florida State University, USA
The Exceptional 'Nature' of Arctic Exceptionalism: Mapping Geophysics to Geopolitics in the High North
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Steinicke, Stefan
German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Germany
Emergency Response Management in the Arctic - Driver for Cooperation?
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
16:20-16:30. Early Career
 

Stenson, Garry
Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada, Canada
Direct and Indirect Impacts of Ice on Harp Seals, Pagophilus groenladicus, in the Northwest Atlantic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
15:40-16:00
 

Stokke, Olav Schram
The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway
Asian Stakes and Arctic Governance
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:15-13:25
 

Stübner, Eike
The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Norway
Mass occurrences of strangers. A year round study of meroplankton in Adventfjorden, Svalbard.
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Sundet, Jan H.
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) - stock status of the new invasive crab species in the Barents Sea.
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
11:25-11:45
 

Tandberg, Anne Helene S.
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Spatial distribution of macrozoobenthic production on the northern Norwegian shelf
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spatial patterns. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:10-10:30. Early Career
 

Tang, Jianye
Institute of Marine Policy and Law, Shanghai Ocean University, China
China's interests in the Arctic: why matters and how to accommodate
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Titov, Oleg
Knipovich Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography (PINRO), Russia
Bioprospecting in the Russian part of the Arctic seas. Is it a future resource supply?
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Friday 25 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:50
 

Tjelmeland, Sigurd
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Climate change in the Barents Sea: a challenge for management of the capelin
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic.  -  12:30-14:10
13:10-13:30
 

Tremblay, Jean Eric
University of Laval, Canada
How productive can marine Arctic waters be? Lessons learned from the Global Ocean
Plenary Science session:  Jean-Eric Tremblay, Associate Professor, University of Laval, Canada: How productive can marine Arctic waters be? Lessons learned from the Global Ocean. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  10:35
10:35-11:15
 

van den Heuvel-Greve, Martine
IMARES Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
Marine indicators for environmental impact assessment in the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:35-13:55
 

van der Watt, Lize-Marié
KTH, Sweden
Polar science organizations and security at the end of the Cold War
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

VanderZwaag, David
Dalhousisie University, Canada
Governance of the Arctic Ocean Beyond National Jurisdiction: Cooperative Currents, Restless Sea
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:35-13:45
 

Varpe, Øystein
Akvaplan-niva, Norway
The diet of a polar-night fish community: feeding in darkness?
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Winter. Thursday 24 Jan  -  13:05-14:55
13:55-14:15
 

Víkingsson, Gísli
Marine Research Institute, Iceland
Recent changes in the diet composition and abundance of common minke whales (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) in Icelandic waters. - A response to climate change?
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  14:30-17:00
16:00-16:20
 

Wagner, Penelope
University of Delaware, USA
Sea Ice Edge Measurements With the Use Cross-Validation Techniques for Large-Scale Evaluations
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Ware, Chris
Tromsø University Museum, Norway
The potential for high-latitude species invasions via an Arctic shipping network
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:50-10:10. Early Career
 

Wassmann, Paul
University of Tromsø, Norway
Developing a Norwegian research programme for central and northern Barents Sea and adjacent regions: the Nansen Heritage initiative
Project and programme announcements:  Project and programme announcements  -  15:15-16:05
15:25-15:35
 

Watters, Stewart
NIAS - Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Japan and Singapore in the Arctic
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
 

Weber, Steffen
EU Arctic Institute, Belgium
Analysing EU Arctic Policy Process: Actors, Interests and Coherence
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: Arctic Security in a global context. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  12:30-14:10
13:20-13:30
 

Webster, Clare
University of St Andrews, UK
Fate of the Arctic spring bloom:  Impact of microzooplankton, mesozooplankton and diel vertical migrations.
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Arctic Marine Productivity: Spring. Wednesday 23 Jan  -  15:30-17:00
16:40-17:00. Early Career
 
Moonlit swimming: Reverse diel vertical migration of macrozooplankton and distribution of nekton during the polar night.
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Wegge, Njord
Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway
China's great power ambitions and the Arctic
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Geopolitics in a Changing Arctic: New stakeholders and Arctic governance. Thursday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:20-09:30. Early Career
 

Wiedmann, Ingrid
University of Tromsø, Norway
Sinking particles (56-1140µm ESD) in the Barents Sea: Abundance, Biovolume and the link to POC export
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Wiktor, Józef jr.
Institute of Oceanology PAS, Poland
Biodiversity and standing stocks of phyto- and zoobenthos of rocky shores of Isfjorden an Arctic fjord (Svalbard).
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00
Early Career
 

Windsland, Kristin
Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Dispersal rate of the introduced red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) in Norwegian waters
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Marine harvesting in the Arctic. Thursday 24 Jan  -  10:45-12:05
10:45-11:05. Early Career
 

Zhichkin, Alexandr
Murmansk Marine Biological Institute, Russia
Electronic database of MMBI on cod fishery geography in the Barents Sea ecosystem
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 24 Jan  -  16:05-18:00