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Part IV - Arctic Offshore Search and Rescue (SAR)
An analytical approach for ensuring operational capabilities for SAR resources
Even Ambros Holte*, Lone Sletbakk Ramstad
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Organization. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
16:40-17:00
BarentsWatch – More than the Sum of its Parts
Geir Schulstad*, Øyvind Michael Olsen, Vasco Pinhol
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Covering the distance. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:30-11:50
Evacuation and rescue in the Northern Barents SeaEER perspective and challenges for Arctic oil & gas operations
Steingrim Bosheim*, Rune Bråthen
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Future Activities - New needs. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-15:00
13:40-14:00
Future Satellite Communication in SAR Operations - The SatCom4Mar Project
Beate Kvamstad, Fritz Bekkadal, Simon Plass*, Yasrine Ibnyahya, Nazzareno Marchese
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV: Communication. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:40-17:00
Forecasting the Drift of Oil and Objects in the Arctic Ocean
Knut-Frode Dagestad*, Lars Robert Hole, Cecilie Wettre
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Covering the distance. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:10-11:30
Implications of an increasing Search and Rescue requirements in the Arctic. How should the Arctic community respond?
Jennifer Austin*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
5 minutes presentation
Integrated Surveillance and Control System for Maritime Traffic along the Italian Coasts and its Evolution for the Emerging Requirements of the Arctic Environment
Mauro Varasi, Pietro Bruno, Michele Fiorini*
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR): Covering the distance. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:50
Mapping the Polar Skies: Transpolar Flights and Search and Rescue Capabilities
Mia Bennett*
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Future Activities - New needs. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:00-16:20
Maritime Arctic Operations from an insurance point of view
Stein Are Hansen*
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Future Activities - New needs. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-15:00
13:10-13:40
Masterplan for Escape, Evacuation and Rescue System
Mark Longree*, Sven Hoog
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Organization. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:30-14:50
Meteorological Services for Maritime Search and Rescue in the Arctic
Lars-Anders Breivik*, Bruce Hackett
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Covering the distance. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
10:50-11:10
Oil spill response in the Arctic: Cooperation and innovation in Norway
Maaike Knol*, Peter Arbo
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Organization. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:50-15:10
Predicting near future vessel traffic conditions in the Arctic using data from AISSat-1
Øystein Olsen*, Andreas Nordmo Skauen, Øystein Helleren
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR): Covering the distance. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:10-10:30
Remotely piloted aircraft for offshore search and rescue
Stian Solbø*, Rune Storvold, Trond Arthur Christensen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
5 minutes presentation
Remotely Piloted Aircraft In Arctic Search and Rescue Operations
Douglas Marshall*, Meghan Marshall
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR): Covering the distance. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:50-10:10
Shell Remote Health Care strategy - a game changer
Christian Gorgas, Hans Berg*
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Future Activities - New needs. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-15:00
14:00-14:20
Support functions and emergency preparedness challenges in the South-East Barents Sea. A background study for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the opening of the South-East Barents Sea prepared for the Storting (Meld.St.2012-2013).
Espen Hoell*, Cato Vivelid Nilssen, Erik Wale, Geir Nødland, Bjørn Hoff
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Future Activities - New needs. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-15:00
14:20-14:40
Survival suits for Arctic conditions
Hilde Færevik*, Tore Christian Storholmen, Ole Petter Næsgaard, Øystein Wiggen, Maria Suong Tjønnås, Julie Renberg, Mariann Sandsund
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Future Activities - New needs. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:20-16:40
The need for search and rescue hubs in the Arctic
Ásgrímur Lárus Ásgrímsson*
Plenary Science session:  Ásgrímur L. Ásgrímsson, Chief of operations, Icelandic Coast Guard: The need for search and rescue hubs in the Arctic. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  11:10
11:10-11:40
The New Sea King
Steve Powell*
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Future Activities - New needs. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
15:40-16:00
The operational challenges of SAR operations in the Arctic
Tore Wangsfjord*
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR) : Organization. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:00-14:30
Unmanned Aircraft for SAR in the Arctic: Opportunities and Challenges.
Rune Storvold*
Parallel science sessions:  Part IV. Arctic search and rescue (SAR): Covering the distance. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
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Part II - Health & Environment in the Arctic
A millennium of changing environment in the Kangersuneq and the Kapisillit fjord system, West Greenland: Interdisciplinary analyses of climate variability and settlement patterns
Ann Eileen Lennert*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Abiotic and biotic drivers of Arctic food web contaminant bioaccumulation in a changing climate
Katrine Borgå*, Jostein Starrfelt, Jesper Christensen, Anders Ruus, Kaj Hansen, Anita Evenset, Geir Wing Gabrielsen
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
15:40-15:55
Adaptive changes in fatty acid compositions of whitefish Coregonus lavaretus L. under long-term oil pollution
Julia Lukina*, Anatoly Lukin
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Atmospheric Transport of Persistent Organic Pollutants to the Arctic under Climate Change
Mega Octaviani*, Irene Stemmler, Gerhard Lammel
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:45
Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing climate - a synthesis of the ArcRisk project results
John Munthe*, Eva Brorström-Lunden, Ian Cousins, Crispin Halsall, Arja Rautio, Simon Wilson, Jozef Pacyna, Janet Pawlak
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  10:50-12:00
11:20-11:35
Are high levels of environmental contaminants in the Arctic impairing human fertility: studies of semen quality and time to pregnancy.
Gunnar Toft, Virissa Lenters, Birgit Bjerre Høyer, Aleksander Giwercman, Davide Bizarrro, Marcello Spano, Henning Sloth Pedersen, Pawel Strucinski, Valentina Zviezday, Bo Jønsson, Jens Peter Bonde*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
15:50-16:05
Body mass index and motor development in young school age children in relation to organochlorine compounds in early life: a prospective study.
Birgit Bjerre Høyer*, Cecilia Høst Ramlau-Hansen, Henning Sloth Pedersen, Jens Peter Bonde, Gunnar Toft
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:15-10:30
Benthic foraminifera as indicators of natural variability and anthropogenic impact - environmental change in the SW Barents Sea
Noortje Dijkstra*, Juho Junttila, JoLynn Carroll, Katrine Husum, Morten Hald, Georg Elvebakk, Fred Godtliebsen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
C:N:P Stoichiometry as an indicator of nutrient limitation on an Arctic hillslope
Serina Robinson*, John Schade, Sue Natali, Michael Loranty
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Changing Arctic - Challenge for Human Health
Arja Rautio*
Plenary Science session:  Arja Rautio, Professor, University of Oulu & ArcRisk: Changing Arctic - Challenge for Human Health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  09:50
09:50-10:20
Climate change -good or bad for persistent organic pollutants in the environment?
Pernilla Carlsson*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:00-14:30
Climate change response of PCB cycling in the Arctic under present-day and future climate - simulations by two dynamic multicompartment chemistry-transport models
Kaj M. Hansen*, Gerhard Lammel, Irene Stemmler, Jesper H. Christensen, Jørgen Brandt
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Community-based biomonitoring to detect and monitor climate-sensitive threats to food security in Alaska
James Berner*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:20-16:35
Computational Model of the Inuit Food System in Canada
Tiff-Annie Kenny*, Laurie Hing Man Chan
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:00-10:15
Comparative analysis of human impact on the environment in Arctic settlements Longyearbyen and Barentsburg (Spitsbergen)
Anna Abramova*, Nataly Marchenko
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Comparison of human, ringed seal and atmospheric data from Greenland and analysis of geographical trends in exposure to persistent organic contaminants
Eva Cecilie Bonefeld-Jørgensen*, Tanja Krüger, Frank F. Rigét, Henrik Skov, Jesper H. Christensen, Peter Bjerregaard, Katrin Vorkamp, Kaj M. Hansen, Rossana Bossi
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:15-10:30
Contaminants in Greenlandic food and chiral pesticides as indicators for selective uptake processes
Pernilla Carlsson*, Dorte Herzke, Roland Kallenborn
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Development of ARCtic Biological INDicators for the impact assessment of (new) human activities: the ARCIND Project
Ariadna Szczybelski*, Martine van den Heuvel-Greve, Nico van den Brink, Anita Evenset, Geir Wing Gabrielsen, Anja Johansen Haugerud, Albert A. Koelmans
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Dietary exposure to dioxins and PCBs in pregnant Norwegian women: Results from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort study
Ida Henriette Caspersen, Helle Katrine Knutsen*, Anne Lise Brantsæter, Margaretha Haugen, Jan Alexander, Helle Margrete Meltzer, Helen Kvalem
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Dietary mercury exposure in a population with a wide range of fish consumption - Self-capture of fish and regional differences are important determinants of mercury in blood
Marthe T. S Jenssen*, Anne Lise Brantsæter, Margaretha Haugen, Helle M. Meltzer, Thorjørn Larssen, Helen E. Kvalem, Bryndis Eva Birgisdottir, Yngvar Thomassen, Dag Ellingsen, Jan Alexander, Helle K. Knutsen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Enhancing Aboriginal Content and Delivery in Environmental Studies
Marney Paradis*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Enrichment of perfluoroalkyl substances in Arctic sea-ice
Olivier Bertrand, Crispin Halsall*, Dorte Herzke, Sandra Huber, Pernilla Carlsson, Roland Kallenborn, Tore Norstad, Sabino Del Vento, Mark Hermanson
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:45-10:00
Environmental and human biomonitoring as a tool for assessment of mobility and reactivity of mercury
Milena Horvat*, David Kocman, Ana Miklavčič Višnjevec, Janja Tratnik Snoj
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Environmental and human biomonitoring as a tool for assessment of mobility and reactivity of mercury
Milena Horvat*, David Kocman
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
Environmental exposure to widespread contaminants
Bo Jönsson, Christian Lindh, Lars Rylander, Gunnar Toft, Birgit Bjerre Høyer, Henning Sloth Pedersen*, Jens Peter Bonde, Marcello Spáno, Valentyna Zviezda
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:05-11:20
European populations and mercury exposure
Ana Miklavčič Višnjevec, David Kocman*, Milena Horvat
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Estimation of health risk by using toxicokinetic modelling: A case study of polychlorinated biphenyl PCB153
Khaled Abass, Antti Huusko*, Pentti Nieminen, Päivi Myllynen, Olavi Pelkonen, Kirsi Vahakangas, Arja Rautio
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Experiences in communicating contaminant risk in the circumpolar Arctic and internationally
Eva Kruemmel*, Leanna Ellsworth, Parnuna Egede, Carolina Behe, Stephanie Meakin
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:35-16:50
Exploring technologies and policy for reducing pollutants to air and sea from Arctic Shipping.
JEnnifer Austin*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Exploring pathways of strategic communication within the Distributed Biological Observatory (DBO) of the Pacific-Arctic Region
Kristen L Shake*, Karen E Frey, Jacqueline M Grebmeier, Sue E Moore, Lee W Cooper, Robert S Pickart
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Exposure of the global environment by PCBs and DDT in the 21st century - relative importance of climate and primary emissions
Irene Stemmler*, Gerhard Lammel
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:50-14:05
Half-life of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Human
Ondrej Mikes*, Milena Cerna, Pavel Cupr
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Herbivore-plant-fungal interactions in the subarctic tundra
Karoliina Huusko*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Human concentrations of persistent organic pollutants and health outcomes in the Mediterranean region. Comparison to Arctic exposures and effects.
Joan Grimalt*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:20-11:35
Human exposure to persistent organic pollutantsand associated health effects: A 10-year follow-upstudy in the coastal indigenous population in the ArcticRussia.
Valerii Chashchin*, Jon-Oyvind Odland, Olga Popova
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:10-16:25
Identification of environmental sources of lead exposure in Nunavut, Canada
Myriam Fillion*, Jules Blais, Emmanuel Yumvihoze, Maya Nakajima, Peter Workman, Geraldine Osborne, Maureen Baikie, Hing Man Chan
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Impact of dietary exposure to food contaminants and genetic heterogeneities on the risk of Parkinson's disease
Maria Skaalum Petersen*, Jónrit Halling, Sára Bech, Lene Wermuth, Pál Weihe, Philippe Grandjean
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:25-16:40
Influence of changing climate and emissions on mercury deposition in the Arctic
Jesper H. Christensen*, Kaj M. Hansen, Jørgen Brandt
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Influence of climate change on atmospheric transport of persistent organic pollutants and mercury to the arctic
Kaj M. Hansen*, Jesper H. Christensen, Jørgen Brandt
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:30-14:45
Influence of climate change on the Arctic Contamination Potential
Kaj M. Hansen*, Jesper H. Christensen, Jørgen Brandt
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Is meconium useful to predict fetal exposure of organochlorines and hydroxylated PCBs?
Anna Sofía Veyhe*, Therese Haugdahl Nøst, Torkjel M. Sandanger, Solrunn Hansen, Jon Øyvind Odland, Evert Nieboer
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Local risk perceptions on contamination in the Russian-Finnish-Norwegian border area
Eirik Mikkelsen*, Alexey A. Dudarev, Sindre Myhr, Päivi Myllynen, Anne Katrine Normann, Arja Rautio
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Literature reviews on the association between environmental exposures and health outcomes
Pentti Nieminen*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:40-16:55
Long-term temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) at global atmospheric monitoring stations including in the Arctic: effectiveness of control strategies and possible influence of climate change
Deguo Kong*, Matthew MacLeod, Hayley Hung, Ian Cousins
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:45
Marine dispersion of pollutants in the Arctic Ocean: identification of key drivers
Michael Karcher*, Frank Kauker, Ruediger Gerdes, Karel Castro-Morales, John Smith
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
14:05-14:20
Methylmercury biomagnification in an Arctic food web
Anders Ruus*, Ida Beate Øverjordet, Hans Fredrik V. Braaten, Anita Evenset, Geir Wing Gabrielsen, Katrine Borgå
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Mercury exposure in a sub-arctic population 80 years ago
Marthe T. S. Jenssen*, Thorjørn Larssen, Hans Fredrik Braaten, Inger Njølstad
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  10:50-12:00
10:50-11:05
Microscale variations in a blue mussel Mytilus edulis population: Morphometry and oxidative stress
Ekaterina Korshunova*, Amarante Vitra, Laura Petes, Mathilde Loubeyres, Marianne Frantzen, Jasmine Nahrgang
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Occupational Health in the North: dealing with cold injury and cold immersion
Mike Tipton*
Plenary Science session:  Michael Tipton, Director of Research, Sport and Exercise Science, University of Portsmouth: Occupational Health in the North: dealing with cold injury and cold immersion. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  09:20
09:20-09:50
Occurrence of antibiotic resistance in marine sediments and fauna along an exposure gradient in Arctic Greenland
Maria Granberg*, Ingela Dahllöf
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Ocean current transportation of sediments and heavy metals in Ingøydjupet, SW Barents Sea
Juho Junttila*, Noortje Dijkstra, JoLynn Carroll, Katrine Husum
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Organochlorine compounds and pbdes in Southern Europe: Concentrations and temporal trends
Marta Fort Fuster*, Joan Grimalt Obrador, Esther Vizcaíno García
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Organohalogen compounds in the deep areas of the Barents Sea
Joan Grimalt*, Joan Salvado, Guillem Garriga, Pere Masque, Miquel Canals
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Organic anion transporter 4 (OAT4) modifies placental transfer of perfluorinated compounds PFOS and PFOA
Maria Kummu*, Elina Sieppi, Jani koponen, Hannu Kiviranta, Kirsi Vähäkangas, Arja Rautio, Päivi Myllynen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Organic pollutants as important markers for environmental changes in the Arctic
Roland Kallenborn*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:45-15:00
Organotin distribution in sediments of harbours around Svalbard
Martine van den Heuvel-Greve*, Ariadna Szczybelski, Nico van den Brink, Michiel Kotterman, Christiaan Kwadijk, Anita Evenset
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Overview of the FP7 project Arctic Health Risks: Impacts on Health in the Arctic and Europe owing to Climate-induced Changes in Contaminant Cycling (ArcRisk)
Janet Pawlak*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:35-13:50
Particle size-specific partitioning  of the atmospheric pollutants on the spatial and tempoval scales: Potential role of atmospheric particles in long-range transport.
Krzysztof Okonski*, Celine Degrendele, Lisa Melymuk, Linda Landlova, Pavel Cupr, Jana Klanova
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Public health in Russian Arcticand Climate Change: Results of the first studies
Boris Revich*, Nikolay Tokarevich, Bogdan Gnativ
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
PCBs in a changing Arctic: Towards understanding their input, transfer and uptake into Arctic biota and humans under climate change - A case study within the ArcRisk-project
Eva Brorström-Lundén*, John Munthe, Crispin Halsall, Roland Kallenborn, Matthew MacLeod, Ian Cousins, Henry Wöhrnschimmel, Arja Rautio
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:45-10:00
Persistent organic pollutants in males in the Tromsø study 1979-2007
Therese Haugdahl Nøst*, Vivian Berg, Robin Vestergren, Ole-Martin Fuskevåg, Evert Nieboer, Jon Øyvind Odland, Torkjel Manning Sandanger
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:35-11:50
Placental transporter proteins and fetal exposure to environmental contaminants using in vitro models
Paivi Myllynen, Maria Kummu*, Elina Sieppi, Kirsi Vahakangas, Arja Rautio
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Polymorphisms in Phase I and Phase II genes and breast cancer risk and relations to persistent organic pollutant exposure: a case-control study in Greenlandic Inuit women
Mandana Ghisari*, Hans Eiberg, Manhai Long, Eva C. Bonefeld-Jørgensen
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:05-16:20
Predictors of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in a maternal population from Northern Norway
Vivian Berg*, Therese Haugdahl Nøst, Sandra Huber, Charlotta Rylander, Solrunn Hansen, Jon Øyvind Odland, Torkjel Sandanger
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:00-10:15
Present and Future Contamination of the Arctic with Persistent Chemicals
Henry Wöhrnschimmel*, Matthew MacLeod, Konrad Hungerbuhler
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
Quantitative Approach for Decision Making to Adaptation Strategy for Expected Climate Change According to IPCC-2007 Scenarios
Oleg Pokrovsky*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Risk Communication in the Arctic: an International Perspective
Shawn Donaldson*, Tara Leech, Jim Berner, Eva Bonefeld-Jorgenson, Alexey Dudarev, Leanna Ellsworth, Andy Gilman, Eva Kruemmel, Jon Odland, Arja Rautio, Anne Regine Lager, Constantine Tikhonov, Pal Weihe, Jennifer Gibson, Nadine Kolas, Bryan Adlard
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Trends of POPs and mercury in the environment and humans and their effects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
10:50-11:05
SEMEN QUALITY IN FAROESE MEN - A CROSS-SECTIONAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY OF 482 MEN
Jónrit Halling*, Maria Skaalum Petersen, Niels Jørgensen, Tina Kold Jensen, Philippe Grandjean, Pál Weihe
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Significant reduction in mercury and POP concentrations in pregnant women due to dietary recommendations in the Faroe Islands
Pál Magni Weihe*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
15:55-16:10
Small plastics - big problem? Microplastics in Arctic Marine Environments
Claudia Halsband*, Kevin Thomas, Dorte Herzke, Geir W. Gabrielsen, Paul E. Renaud, Inger Lise Nerland
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Spatial and temporal investigation of enantiomeric fractions for pesticides in Calanus spp. from three Arctic fjords
Pernilla Carlsson*, Nicholas Warner, Ingeborg Hallanger, Dorte Herzke, Roland Kallenborn
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Temporal trends of persistent organic pollutants in ringed seals in the Canadian Arctic
Derek Muir*, Xiaowa Wang, Amy Sett, Mary Williamson, Enzo Barresi, Ed Sverko, Steve Ferguson, Aaron Fisk
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The 2013 Minamata Convention and Protection of the Arctic Environment: Mercurial Promises and Challenges
David VanderZwaag*
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Arctic contaminant occurrence and effects in a changing Arctic. Friday 24 Jan  -  10:50-12:00
11:05-11:20
The ArcRisk mercury (Hg) case study
Kyrre Sundseth*, Jozef M. Pacyna, Anna Banel, Elisabeth G. Pacyna
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
15:00-15:15
The ArcRisk results web site - communicating research results to a broader audience
John Munthe*, Eva Brorström-Lundén, Hanna Andersson, Pernilla Carlsson, Simon Wilson, Marie Hedberg
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The deposition and fate of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and other persistent chemicals in the seasonal snowpack: implications for spring runoff
Crispin Halsall*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The levels of Toxic and essential elements in human blood in Northern Finland and its health implications
Khaled Abass*, Markku Koiranen, Majda Pavlin, Darja Mazej, Milena Horvat, Marjo-Riitta Järvelin, Arja Rautio
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The New Canadian Arctic Contaminants Assessment Report on POPs: Overview and Highlights
Derek Muir*, Perihan Kurt-Karakus, Jason Stow
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Distribution of environmental contaminants in the Arctic and human exposures. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
15:15-15:30
Twenty-five years of scientific progress on contaminants and health in the Arctic.
Eric Dewailly*, Pierre Ayotte, Gina Muckle, Mylene Riva, Michel Lucas, Mélanie Lemire
Parallel science sessions:  Part II. Health & environment in the Arctic: Overview of environmental contaminant exposures and health outcomes. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:05-13:35
Toxicokinetic modeling of selected POPs in human breast milk: Prediction of chronic daily intake and health risks for Czech women in 1994-2009.
Jana Vaclavikova, Ondrej Mikes, Milena Cerna, Pavel Cupr*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Working with communities: tools offered by APECS to engage early career researchers
J Tondu, N Gantner, A Balasubramaniam, L Chavarie, M Ip, D Simmons, J-S Moore*, R Fielding, K Campbell, J Provencher
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Xenobiotic metabolism in vitro - implications for chemical risk assessment in biomedical research
khaled Abass*, Olavi Pelkonen, Arja Rautio
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
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Part III - Shipping & Offshore in the Arctic
A new tool for analyses of actual Arctic shipping
Eirik Mikkelsen*, Jon-Arve Røyset
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Arctic shipping and vessel design. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
10:50-11:10
A University of Arctic Coast Guard Functions
Harri Ruoslahti*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
A-LEX: Regulating Arctic Shipping: Political, legal, technological and environmental challenges. An interdisciplinary study of increased Arctic shipping. Work package 2: Environmental implications.
Kjetil Sagerup*, Lars-Henrik Larsen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Arctic ocean noise: towards a responsible use of the marine environment
Michel Andre*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Environmental aspects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:40-15:00
Arctic marine shipping - Russian scenario
Alexander Skaridov*
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: National regulations and policies on shipping 1  -  09:00-10:30
10:00-10:20
Arctic Sea-Ice seasonal cover prediction. Application to the North East and North West Passages.
Jean-Claude Gascard*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: IMO (cont.) and observational systems for sea ice. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:40-17:00
Arctic Shipping Challenges
Nataliya Marchenko*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Risk assessment. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:50
Assessing collaboration for the Northern Sea Route development: actors, interests, obstacles
Nadezhda Filimonova, Svetlana Krivokhizh*
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: National regulations and policies on shipping 2  -  10:50-12:00
11:10-11:30
Assessment of the feasibility of the future Arctic shipping routes
Janne Valkonen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Ballast water treatment at low temperatures - An important limiting condition explored
Andrea Sneekes, Ben Frederiks, Sarah Bailey, Klaas Kaag, Martine van den Heuvel-Greve*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Environmental aspects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
15:10-15:25
Barrier management - influence from the human factor in the arctic
Ole Kristian Madsen*, Ole Magnus Nyheim
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Canada and the Governance of Arctic Shipping: Navigating between Unilateralism and International Cooperation
David VanderZwaag*
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: National regulations and policies on shipping 1  -  09:00-10:30
09:40-10:00
COINOR - Communications in the High North and other remote areas
Fritz Bekkadal*, Kay Endre Fjørtoft
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV: Communication. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:20-16:40
Cooperation between states in the Arctic - why is it difficult?
Marcel Sachse*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Does routing matter? Radiative forcing and temperature responses to Arctic transit shipping versus traditional Suez route
Stig Dalsøren*, Jan Fuglestvedt, Bjørn Samset, Terje Berntsen, Gunnar Myhre, Lars Ingolf Eide, Magnus Eide, Trond Flisnes Bergh, Glen Peters, Karianne Ødemark
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Environmental aspects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:00-14:20
Effects of cruise ship tourism on the remote town of Ísafjörður, Iceland
Caroline Coch*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
e-Navigation in Polar and arctic regions – joint international efforts make it possible. Geir Lyngheim Olsen, Senior Product Manager, Jeppesen Commercial Marine, MNI.
Geir Lyngheim Olsen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
ESA Integrated Application Programme and the Norwegian Ambassador Plaform
Beate Kvamstad, Kay Fjørtoft, Tony Sephton*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Expedition cruise tourism around Svalbard: a joint science-industry approach to identifying and tackling challenges and knowledge needs
Machiel Lamers*, Grete Hovelsrud
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Future climate impacts of trans-Arctic shipping
Scott Stephenson*, Steven Davis, Charles Zender, Laurence Smith
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Environmental aspects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:20-14:40
Helicopter borne ICE camera system for retrieval and analysis of small scale sea ice topography.
Dmitry Divine*, Christina Pedersen, Tor Ivan Karlsen, Harald Faste Aas, Mats Granskog, Angelika Renner, Gunnar Spreen, Sebastian Gerland
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
How to Govern Risk in the Barents Sea: Deciphering Structural Challenges to Harmonization of Health, Safety, and Environmental Standards in the Offshore Oil & Gas Sector.
Roman Sidortsov*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Risk assessment. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:50-10:10
IMO e-navigation and the Arctic challenges
John Erik Hagen, Ole Kristian Bjerkemo*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Technological challenges and IMO Polar Code. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:35-13:55
Institutional interplay in Arctic shipping governance role of the Arctic Council in the development of the IMO's Polar Code
Piotr Graczyk*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: IMO (cont.) and observational systems for sea ice. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
15:40-16:00
Laboratory study of oil slick behaviour in sea water in cold weather conditions: Improving the oil spill response system for the Barents Sea
Nikolai Dedkov*, Raisa Ripachova, Elena Gorshenina, Olga Mikhailova, Eva Pongrácz
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Legal comment on the Ballast Water Convention
Ingvild Jakobsen*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Environmental aspects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
15:25-15:30
Managers and economists’ training in NArFU as an important direction in the Arctic development
Alexey Novikov*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Managing and communicating the broader Arctic risk picture by linking risk perceptions and risk assessments
Øivin Aarnes, Sandra Hogenboom, Børre Johan Paaske*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Risk assessment. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
Maritime Safety Measures in the Norwegian Arctic Waters
Arve Dimmen*, Bjørnar Kleppe
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: National regulations and policies on shipping 1  -  09:00-10:30
09:20-09:40
Measuring the threat of ballast water-mediated species invasion in the high-Arctic
Inger Greve Alsos*, Chris Ware, Loic Pellisier, Jørgen Berge, Jan H Sundet, Jamie B Kirkpatrick, Anders Jelmert, Mary Wisz
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Environmental aspects. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
15:00-15:10
Monitoring the ice for operations near the ice edge
Annekatrien Debien*, Hans Eilif Larsen, Jan Petter Pedersen
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: IMO (cont.) and observational systems for sea ice. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:00-16:20
Navigating in ice in nothing new, but.... The insurance branch as an actor in developing the use of the Northern Sea Route. Preliminary results.
Anne Katrine Normann*, Eirik Mikkelsen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Networks, research and development for sustainable vessel operations in ice-covered waters based in northern Norway
Chris Petrich*, Tor Husjord
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Northern (Arctic) Federal University: Staffing of the shipbuilding industry of the Arctic region
Mark Ivlev*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Offshore Security Risk and Legal Analysis: Human Factors in the Arctic - the Shifting Concern from Terrorism to Civil Disobedience
Simon Oleck Williams*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Operation criteria for offshore vessels
Bjørn Ola Berge*, Tor Einar Berge, Ørjan Selvik
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Arctic shipping and vessel design. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:30-11:50
Optimising situational awareness in the Arctic through integrated space technologies - ARCTICSAT
Kay Fjørtoft*, Kim C. Partington, Fritz Bekkadal, Beate Kvamstad, Tony Bauna
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Options for Regional Regulation of Merchant Shipping Outside IMO, with Particular Reference to the Arctic Region
Erik Molenaar*
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: National regulations and policies on shipping 1  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:20
Polar lows and their implications on marine operations
Meric Pakkan*, David Heng, Ove Tobias Gudmestad
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Profitability of container and dry bulk shipping via Northern Sea Route in 2010's
Tuomas Kiiski*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Quality of navigation and communication services at high latitudes (MARENOR project)
Beate Kvamstad, Ørnulf Jan Rødseth*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Reducing the risk of offshore activities with Integrated Environmental Monitoring
Ludivine Le Granvalet*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Risk assessment. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:10-10:30
Regimes in Transition: Regulating International Navigation and Shipping in the Arctic
Aldo Chircop*
Plenary Science session:  Aldo Chircop, Professor of Law, Dalhousie University: Regimes in Transition: Regulating International Navigation and Shipping in the Arctic. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  10:40
10:40-11:10
Regulation as Learning: Spread of Norwegian Offshore Knowledge to the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland
Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen*, Auður H. Ingólfsdóttir, Jens Christian Svabo Justinussen, Berit Kristoffersen, Coco Smits
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: National regulations and policies on shipping 2  -  10:50-12:00
11:30-11:50
Remote sensing of the Arctic waters: where are we?
Torbjørn Eltoft*, Sebastian Gerland, Camilla Brekke, Rune Storvold
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: IMO (cont.) and observational systems for sea ice. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:20-16:40
Risk analysis of oil spill in the Arctic Ocean
A. Malin Johansson*, Ida-Maja Hassellöv, Leif E.B. Eriksson, Hanna Landquist
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Satellite Communications in the ArcticUser requirements and possible technical solutions
Hege Lunde*
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV: Communication. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
15:50-16:20
Safety and maintenance management of marine operations in the Arctic - learning from fisheries
Ingunn Marie Holmen*, Jørn Eldby, Signe Sønvisen, Edgar McGuinness
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Status, Gaps and Outlook of Marine Infrastructure in Arctic Littoral States
Kathrin Keil*
Parallel science sessions:  Joint session Part III & Part IV. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: National regulations and policies on shipping 2  -  10:50-12:00
10:50-11:10
Seasonal variations in vulnerability of Arctic ecosystems towards oilspill
Marte Rusten*, Øivin Aarnes, Børre Johan Paaske
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Shipping in the Arctic: a multidisciplinary summer school in Svalbard 2013
Stein Sandven*, Lasse Petterssson, Ola M. Johannessen, Willy Østreng
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Sustainable and safe solutions for arctic and cold climate technology
Jaakko Heinonen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Technological challenges for Arctic shipping
Victoria Gribkovskaia*, Beate Kvamstad, Tor Einar Berg
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Technology related challenges for shipping and offshore operations in Arctic waters
Sören Ehlers*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Technological challenges and IMO Polar Code. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:05-13:35
The Arctic Ocean Review, the Arctic Voice, and Dealing with the Interplay of Global and Regional Regimes
Marc-Andre Dubois*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The new Agreement on Cooperation on Marine Oil Pollution Preparedness and Response in the Arctic
Ole Kristian Bjerkemo*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The Polar Code and other developments at IMO
Tore Henriksen*
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Technological challenges and IMO Polar Code. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:55-14:15
Winter sea ice thickness product from Envisat Radar Altimeter 2
Eero Rinne*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Winterization of ships and offshore units for safe Arctic operations
Knut Espen Solberg*, Ann Christin Hovland, Steven Sawhill
Parallel science sessions:  Part III. Shipping & offshore in the Arctic: Arctic shipping and vessel design. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:10-11:30
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Part I - Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic
Is walking to school beneficial for bone? Fit Futures, The Tromsø Study  
Ole Andreas Nilsen*, Anne Winther, Luai Awad Ahmed, Elaine Dennison, Anne-Sofie Furberg, Guri Grimnes, Rolf Jorde, Nina Emaus
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
A call for urgent monitoring of food and water security based on relevant indicators for the Arctic
Lena Maria Nilsson*, Georgia Destouni, James Berner, Alexey Dudarev, Gert Mulvad, Jon-Öyvind Odland, Alan Parkinson, Constantine Tikhonov, Arja Rautio, Birgitta Evengård
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
A Case Study of Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) to Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Sexual and Reproductive Health Intervention for Youth in the Arctic: The Intersection of Western and Indigenous Research Methodologies
Elizabeth Rink*, Ruth Montgomery-Andersen, Rhonda Johnson
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
About LEO, the Local Environmental Observer Network - A community-based system for surveillance of climate, environment, and health events
Michael Brubaker*, James Berner, Moses Tceripanoff
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Accomplishment of the first study of HSE in the Arctic in connection with MARKOM2020; ASHE - 201, at UNIS in November 2013.
Fred Skancke Hansen*, Martin Indreiten
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Advancing Life Saving further: Improving the Chain of Survival from the Village to the Hospital in remote areas
Mads Gilbert*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
Adverse elevation of myocardial calcium ([Ca2+]i ) after Diltiazem during rewarming from experimental hypothermia in vivo.
Brage Håheim*, Timofey Kondratiev, Torkjel Tveita
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:20-16:35
Alcohol use and sleeping problems in the High North: Results from the Tromsø Study
Kamilla Rognmo*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Ambulance helicopter contribution to air based search and rescue in North Norway during 2000-2010
Ragnar Glomseth*, Fritz I Gulbrandsen, Knut Fredriksen
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:45
An Arctic Medical Education?
Torsten Risor*, Siv Kvernmo
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Epidemiology and education in the north. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:15-10:30
An extraordinary avalanche winter 2012-13. A season report from Troms county, Norway
Ragnar Glomseth, Tor André Skjelbakken, Knut Fredriksen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
APECS Traditional Knowledge Working Group: A platform to communicate urgent issues
Christie Logvinova*, Iglika Trifonova, Jennie Knopp, Yulia Zaika
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Arctic healthcare: Contextual approach to adaptation and wellbeing of short-term visitors 
Svetlana Usenyuk*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Arctic hearts - Seasonal variation in cardiovascular disease risk factors in the Tromsø Study 1979-2008
Laila Hopstock*, Adrian Barnett, Kaare Bønaa, Jan Mannsverk, Inger Njølstad, Tom Wilsgaard
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Assessing Unconventional HSE risks in the Arctic
Philippe Blanc*, Annie Audibert-Hayet
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational Health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:40-16:55
Barents Peace Education Network (BPEN)
Christine Smith-Simonsen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Birth registries as a tool in maternal and child health in the Arctic
Jon Øyvind Odland*, Erik Anda, Anton Kovalenko
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Education, Society and Health. Friday 24 Jan  -  10:50-12:00
11:20-11:35
Blueprinting resilience of future Arctic communities?
Tobias Luthe*, Romano Wyss
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
“Bridging Early Career Researchers and Indigenous Peoples in Nordic Countries”: Building Nordic Networks
Laura Fleming Sharp, Gerlis Fugmann, Frigga Kruse*, Yulia Zaika
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Bridging the global gap in emergency care: train local teams! 
Mads Gilbert*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:15-10:30
Bringing in the child: looking at the experienced involvement of children's participation in life situations
Gregor Maxwell*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Capacity Building through Health Research and Education.
Gert Mulvad*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Education, Society and Health. Friday 24 Jan  -  10:50-12:00
10:50-11:05
Chronic lifestyle diseases; Diabetes mellitus type 2 and metabolic syndrome in Northern Norway
Ann Ragnhild Broderstad*, Marita Melhus
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Education, Society and Health. Friday 24 Jan  -  10:50-12:00
11:05-11:20
Circumpolar Health Research Network (CHRN)
Peter Bjerregaard, Christina VL Larsen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Circumpolar Inuit Health Priorities: Best Health Practices and Research
Leanna Ellsworth*, Eva Kruemmel, Annmaree O'Keeffe, Stephanie Meakin
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Clothing challenges - working environment in Arctic climate (some results from the cold wear project)
Arne Haugan*, Hilde Færevik, Arild Øvrum
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:50-14:05
Clothing integrated sensors for monitoring of workers in the cold.
Øystein Nordrum Wiggen*, Julie Renberg, Trine M. Seeberg, Astrid-Sofie B. Vardøy, Hilde Færevik
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Climate Change and infectious diseases emergence in the circumpolar north: Actions to be undertaken to improve knowledge, disease detection and prevention and control.
Alan Parkinson*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Combined exposures to hand-arm vibration and cold: additive, synergistic or antagonistic effects on workers’ hands?
Hans Pettersson*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Conclusion and summary discussion
Michael Tipton*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
Creating competitive edge from the Arctic conditions
Ari Karjalainen*, Heikki Konttaniemi
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Death after trauma in the Rural High North
Håkon Kvåle Bakke*, Torben Wisborg, Ingrid Schrøder Hansen, Anette Bakkane Bendixen, Inge Morild, Peer K. Lilleng, Trond Dehli
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Effects of dextran on cardiovascular function during rewarming from experimental hypothermia.
Jan Harald Nilsen*, Timofey Kondratiev, Olav Hevrøy, Torkjel Tveita
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
15:50-16:05
Efficacy of Prolonged Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on Oxygen Transport during Experimental Hypothermia
Sergei Valkov*, Timofey Kondratyev, Jan Harald Nilsen, Rizwan Mohyuddin, Torstein Schanche, Torkjel Tveita
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:05-16:20
Ethical Issues in Community-Based Participatory Research in the North: Challenges and Opportunities
Rhonda M. Johnson*, Elizabeth Rink
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Ethnic difference in the prevalence of angina pectoris in Sami and non-Sami populations: The SAMINOR study
Bent-Martin Eliassen*, Sidsel-Graff Iversen, Marita Melhus, Ketil Lenert Hansen, Maja-Lisa Løchen, Ann Ragnhild Broderstad
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Eni Norge AS sustainability approach in the northern region of Norway
Eirik Darell Holand*, Piera Raffaella Turati
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Food and health security in the Norwegian, Finnish and Russia border region: linking local industries, communities and socio-economic impacts
Torkjel M Sandanger*, Erik E Anda, Arja Rautio, Alexey Dudarev, Anita Evenset, Justinn Gwynn, Eirik Mikkelsen, Nikolai Aleksandrovich, Gunnhild Hoogensen Gjørv, Anton Kovalenko, Bente Christiansen, Jussi Patero
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Epidemiology and education in the north. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:00-10:15
Food- and waterborne diseases in the Russian Arctic, Siberia and the Far East, 2000-2011
Alexey Dudarev, Vitaliy Dorofeyev, Eugenia Dushkina, Pavel Alloyarov, Valery Chupakhin, Yuliya Sladkova, Tatjana Kolesnikova, Kirill Fridman, Lena Maria Nilsson, Birgitta Evengård*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Food Security: From Traditional to Western Diet – Is It a Viable Option? A Discussion Based on the Results  of the Bering Sea Sub Network (BSSN): A Distributed Human Sensor Array to Detect Arctic Environmental Change. 
Victoria Gofman*, Lilian Alessa, Patricia Cochran, Andrew Kliskey, Becky Quinlan, Rebecca Hulme
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Gambling Behavior and Problem Gambling Reflecting Social Transition?
Christina VL Larsen*, Tine Curtis, Peter Bjerregaard
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Guidelines for working in cold climate. Risk management of work in cold climate
Arne Haugan*, Steingrim Bosheim, Arild Øvrum, Hilde Færevik, Øystein Wiggen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Growing up in the Arctic – no disadvantage for bone. Fit Futures, The Tromsø Study
Anne Winther*, Elaine Dennison, Luai Awad Ahmed, Anne-Sofie Furberg, Guri Grimnes, Rolf Jorde, Ole Andreas Nilsen, Clara Gram Gjesdal, Nina Emaus
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Human thermal responses in cold during reindeer safaris
Susanna Pääkkölä*, Sirkka Rissanen, Hannu Rintamäki, Päivi Soppela
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
How can the built environment support living in Northern conditions?
Essi Oikarinen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Hypothermia and diving: Does reduced core temperature increase the risk of bubble production and decompression sickness?
Svein Erik Gaustad*, Timofei Kondratiev, Brage Haaheim, Andreas Møllerløkken, Gary Sieck, Alf Brubakk, Torkjel Tveita
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  15:50-17:05
16:35-16:50
Hypothermia prevention by pre-hospital coverings in maritime conditions
Kirsi Jussila*, Sirkka Rissanen
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:20-11:35
Hypothermic solutions cause reduced contractility in ventricular cardiomyocytes following rewarming
Karen McGlynn*, Erik Sveberg Dietrichs, Torkjel Tveita, Godfrey Smith
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:45-15:00
IMPROVING THE HEALTH PROTECTION OF HIGH NORTH MINERS
Morten Skandfer*, Ljudmila Talykova, Tormod Brenn, Tohr Nilsson, Arild Vaktskjold
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
International Migration in the Arctic
Timothy Heleniak*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Informed Adaptation: how a combination of telecommunications and sentinel surveillance is promoting local adaptation to climate change in Alaska
David Driscoll*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Long-distance commuting among petroleum workers in the Russian Far North: their perceptions of labor conditions
Gertrude Eilmsteiner-Saxinger*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational Health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
15:40-15:55
Moderate hypothermia induces pro-arrhythmic changes in cardiac electrophysiology
Erik Sveberg Dietrichs*, Andrew Allan, Karen McGlynn, Francis Burton, Torkjel Tveita, Godfrey Smith
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
15:15-15:30
Mechanisms Responsible For Myocardial Dysfunction Following Hypothermia/ Rewarming  
Young-Soo Han*, Gary Sieck, Torkjel Tveita
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:30-14:45
Medical examinations as a basis for the prevention of disease shift workers in the Arctic
Nadezda Dubinina*, Galina Degteva, Yana Korneeva
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Medical Support in Kara Sea: Implementing Innovative Solutions
Bruno Sicard*, Frédéric Marouzé, Thomas Pouget, Sylvain Bussery, Pierre Julien Valli, Anne Sailliol
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
10:50-11:05
Melatonin, mood and daylight in the Arctic
Tonje Braaten*, Torkjel Sandanger, Eiliv Lund
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Mitochondrial Disruption during Hypothermia and Rewarming in the Adult Rat Heart
Niccole Schaible*, Young Soo Han, Grace Arteaga, Torkjel Tveita, Gary Sieck
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
15:00-15:15
Myths and facts about sleep in the Arctic. An overview.
Trond Bratlid*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational Health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:25-16:40
Navigating local knowledge:Understanding continuity and change within the traditional healing practices of Northern Norway.
Mona Anita Kiil*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
North Norwegian Avalanche Victims. A retrospective observational study
Julia Fieler*, Albert Lunde, Knut Fredriksen
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
10:00-10:15
Northern Shift of Species: Effects of Mackerel Processing in Iceland; Social- and Economical and adaptability analysis of the Municipality of Vopnafjörður at the North- East Coast of Iceland.
Sigmar Arnarsson*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Nutritional status among Northern Swedish school children 1929-1931 - a unique baseline for future multigenerational epidemiology
Lena Maria Nilsson*, Magnus Domellöf, Mats Eliasson, Elisabeth Engberg, Lars-Göran Nilsson, Bethany Van Guelpen
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Occupational exposure and airway symptoms in the North Norwegian red king crab industry
Marte Renate Thomassen*, Berit Bang, Eva Kramvik, Marit Nøst Hegseth, May-Helen Holm, Merethe Larsen, Randi Kristine Falsnes Olsen, Gerd Sissel Andorsen, Torgrim Fuhr, Wijnand Eduard, Sandip Kamath, Andreas Lopata, Lisbeth Aasmoe
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:35-13:50
Occupational exposure and health among workers in a North Norwegian mine
Anna Louise Aminoff*, Morten Skandfer, Ingemar Rodin, Arild Vaktskjold, Bodil Bjør
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Our practice of health preservation of indigenous peoples in the North of Russia
Leonid Zubov*, Galina Degteva
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Parasitosis as an aspect of global warming in circumpolar area
Natalya Bobyreva, Galina Degteva*, Ludmila Shipina
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Physical activity patterns in Greenland: A country in transition
Inger Katrine Dahl-Petersen*, Peter Bjerregaard
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Physical strain of mast and pole workers
Juha Oksa*, Hannu Rintamäki, Sirkka Rissanen
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational Health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
16:10-16:25
Practical health co-operation - the impact of a referral template on quality of care and health care co-operation: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial
Henrik Wåhlberg*, Per Christian Valle, Siri Malm, Ann Ragnhild Broderstad
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Pre-hospital fluid infusion and oxygen administration in cold climate
Sirkka Rissanen*, Helge Brändström, Hannu Rintamäki
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Professional markers safe behavior of shift workers in the Far North
Tamara Olegovna*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Psychological risks of shift personnel in the Arctic
Yana Korneeva*, Natalia Simonova
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational Health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  15:40-17:00
15:55-16:10
Qualitative improvement of health services for indigenous people in remote areas in the Nenets Region of Russia
Anton Karpunov*, Vladimir Ilin, Svetlana Manankova Bye, Leonid Zubov
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Respiratory protective devices in the mining industry - fit factor testing
Merethe Larsen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
State of Knowledge of Canada’s North: implications for the wellbeing of Northerners
Susan File, Jocelyn Joe-Strack, David Miller, David J. Scott*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Safety and security development in the Arctic: future challenges and recent experiences
Niko Niemisalo, Ari Karjalainen*, Pekka Livari
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
11:05-11:20
Social and psychological peculiarities of shift work in the Far North
Irina Porokhina*, Natalia Simonova
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Social Baseline Study as Guideline for coordinated CSR performance in Greenland
Anne Merrild Hansen*, Julia Adamson, Hugo LeBreton, HP Christensen, Eimund Garpestad
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Social trust as an indicator of social capital and its effect on depression
Arndis Vilhjalmsdottir*, Haukur Freyr Gylfason
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Seasonality in sleep across three seasons at 69° north
Oddgeir Friborg*, Michael Gradisar
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Self-rated health among Greenlandic Inuit and Norwegian Sami adolescents: associated risk and protective correlates.
Anna Rita Spein*, Cecilia Petrine Pedersen, Anne Cathrine Silviken, Marita Melhus, Siv Eli Kvernmo, Peter Bjerregaard
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Single-industry towns in the Russian Arctic: social aspects of sustainability
Larissa Riabova*, Vladimir Didyk
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Single-industry towns in the Russian Arctic: social aspects of sustainability
Larissa Riabova*, Vladimir Didyk
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Sleep disturbance and chronic pain in northern Norway
Svein Bergvik*, Lena Danielsson
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Surveillance and monitoring health in North Norway: The Tromsø Study
Sameline Grimsgaard*, Anne Elise Eggen, Heidi Johansen, Anne-Sofie Furberg, Laila Arnesdatter Hopstock
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Epidemiology and education in the north. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:30-09:45
Sweet dreams and good mornings: High North parenting of sleep transitions for extreme sleep-type children
Tove I. Dahl*, Lisa Sethre-Hofstad
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
To be or not to be: the single-industry city as one of the ways to work and live in the Arctic
Iuliia Zaika*, Elena Golubeva
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Test of respiratory protection devices in cold climate
Ellen Katrine Jensen*, Steingrim Bosheim, Daniel Gylestam, Marianne Dalene, Arild Øvrum, Jan Olaf Sevland, Gunnar Skarping
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The Arctic Indigenous peoples and their involvement at different levels of decision-making
Michal Symonides*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The challenge of cardiovascular disease in Russia
David Leon*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Epidemiology and education in the north. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:00-09:30
The cure for what ails you: rural and remote nursing in the Arctic.
Christopher Nelson*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The Dislocation of Maternal and Reproductive Health Care in Canada’s North
Rachel Kohut*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The elusive social and energy sustainability: Debates from the Barents energyscape
Hanna Lempinen*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The fulfilment of Norway's legal obligations to the Sámi - assessed by three current examples
Øyvind Ravna*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The Incidence and Immunological Reactivity at Working in the Conditions of the Arctic
Dobrodeyeva Lilia Konstantinovna*, Samodova Anna Vasilyevna, Stavinsakya Olga Aleksandrovna
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The Indigenous People of Krasnoyarsk Region. Past and Present.
Artem Shakhmatov*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The influence of lifestyle factors on vitamin D levels in an adolescent population living at 69° North
Johanna Öberg*, Rolf Jorde, Bjørg Almås, Guri Grimnes
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The Nunavut Inuit Health Survey: Understanding its influence and legacy
Natan Obed*, Sharon Edmunds
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
The ways of connection with “the mainland” among hunters and reindeer herders in the Extreme North of Russia
Vera Kuklina*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Time to change the focus of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest?
Mads Gilbert*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:45-10:00
Traditional clothing for work in cold climate
Jan Børre Hansen*, Ove Tobias Gudmestad
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Training of specialists for underwater work in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation
Sergey Degtev*, Galina Degteva
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Treatment of severe cold trauma in the coldest region of the world.
Mikhael Innokentevich Tomsky*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Accidental hypothermia. Thursday 23 Jan  -  14:00-15:30
14:00-14:30
Towards reduced impacts on Arctic communities: socio-economic impact indicators
Judith Klostermann*, Natalia Valeeva, Wies Breeksema
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Understanding workers' health in the Russian mining towns of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region
Andrian Vlakhov*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
14:05-14:20
UNIS` Risk management of students and scientists fieldwork in the high arctic.
Fred Skancke Hansen*, Martin Indreiten
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Views of Southeast Alaska Native Young Adults toward media and non-media-based smoking cessation interventions
Kathryn J. Anderson, Ellen D. S. Lopez, Edy E. Rodewald, Andrea S. Thomas, Rhonda M. Johnson*, Monica C. Skewes, Gabriel M. Garcia
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Walking on Thin Ice: Extractive Industries and Indigenous Peoples in the Russian Arctic
Anna Varfolomeeva*
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Wellbeing in adapting to a changing north
Helene Amundsen*, Grete K. Hovelsrud
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
What can the Tromsø Study tell us about health and illness at 69°N?
Inger Njølstad*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Epidemiology and education in the north. Friday 24 Jan  -  09:00-10:30
09:45-10:00
Work and well-being in cold
Hannu Rintamäki*
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Occupational health. Wednesday 22 Jan  -  13:00-14:20
13:05-13:35
Working environment and health in the Norwegian fishing fleet - challenges and health promoting factors
Mariann Sandsund*, Ingunn Marie Holmen, Lisbeth Aasmoe, Berit Bang, Signe Sønvisen, Trine Thorvaldsen, Anita Øren, Cecilie Thon Heidelberg
Poster session:  Poster session. Thursday 23 Jan  -  12:50-14:00
Young People and Snowmobiling in Northern Norway and Svalbard:Accidents, Injury Prevention, Focuses and Strategies
Grete Mehus*, Alf Gunnar Mehus, Sidsel Germeten, Nils Henriksen
Parallel science sessions:  Part I. Live, work and stay healthy in the Arctic: Arctic Prehospital Medicine. Thursday 23 Jan  -  10:50-11:50
11:35-11:50
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