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Appendix D: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members
Pages 205-210

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From page 205...
... Before this, Dr. Huntington worked independently in environmental research and policy, reviewing the regulation of subsistence hunting in northern Alaska, documenting traditional ecological knowledge of beluga and bowhead whales, studying Inupiat Eskimo and Inuit knowledge and use of sea ice, and assessing the impacts of climate change on Arctic communities and marine mammals.
From page 206...
... She has served on numerous national committees focusing on polar research and logistics, including the North Pacific Research Board Science Panel, the Bering Sea Program Science Advisory Board, and the Study of Arctic Environmental Change (SEARCH) Observing Change Panel, and she is a past chair of UNOLS Arctic Icebreaker Coordinating Committee.
From page 207...
... She is a member to the following boards and commissions: Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Subsistence Resource Commission, Indigenous People's Council of Marine Mammals, Alaska Migratory Bird Co-management Council, Barrow Arctic Science Consortium, and Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corporation.
From page 208...
... He is also a member of several advisory boards, including the Canadian Polar Commission, the Arctic Institute of North America, the Polar Continental Shelf Program, and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE)
From page 209...
... Current research includes quaternary stratigraphy and dating methods; amino acid geochronology and cosmogenic exposure dating; and glacial history of the Arctic, focusing on glacial chronology and ice-sheet dynamics using direct field evidence and quantitative estimates of the timing and magnitude of warm times in the Arctic. Among his distinctions, Dr.
From page 210...
... These records provide a critical historical context for assessment of contemporary climate changes and rigorous constraints on regional and global forcing mechanisms. Her areas of expertise include paleoclimatology, abrupt climate changes, glacier retreat, Holocene climate variability, and contemporary climate change.

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