ARCTIC SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND EDUCATION

Directory of Awards: Fiscal Year 1997

 

National Science Foundation


TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION: ARCTIC SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND EDUCATION

DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS AND EXPLANATION OF FORMAT

FISCAL YEAR 1997 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION ARCTIC AWARDS SUMMARY

FISCAL YEAR 1997 ARCTIC AWARDS FOR INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS BY STATE

ARCTIC NATURAL SCIENCES

ARCTIC SYSTEM SCIENCE

ARCTIC SOCIAL SCIENCES AND EDUCATION

ARCTIC COORDINATION AND INFORMATION

ARCTIC RESEARCH SUPPORT

ARCTIC LOGISTICS

OTHER ARCTIC RESEARCH SUPPORT

INDEX OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

INDEX OF INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS

 


 

INTRODUCTION: ARCTIC SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND EDUCATION

The following is a report on Arctic grants awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) during Fiscal Year 1997 (October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997).

Presentation of this information is partially a response to the Arctic Research and Policy Act of 1984. The Arctic is defined by the Act as "all United States and foreign territory north of the Arctic Circle and all United States territory north and west of the boundary formed by the Porcupine, Yukon, and Kuskokwin Rivers; all contiguous seas, including the Arctic Ocean and the Beaufort, Bering, and Chukchi Seas; and the Aleutian chain."

The Act designates the NSF as lead agency and chair agency for the Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee, and calls for integrated planning and budgetary processes.

This detailed listing shows the scope of NSF activities in the Arctic. Essentially, all NSF funds were devoted to basic science, engineering, and education and related operational, informational, and advisory support. Further information on other agencies’ programs is presented in the journal, Arctic Research of the United States, and the U.S. Arctic Research Plan and its biennial revisions.

In addition to investigations in Alaska and adjacent waters, research was supported in all Arctic-bordered countries. Of the total $49.39 million obligated in Fiscal Year 1997, the Office of Polar Programs’ (OPP) share is $30.71 million. The remainder was awarded from funds in other Divisions and programs throughout the Foundation. There were 364 awards to 129 institutions in 37 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and Sweden.

NSF funding of Arctic research since 1989 is shown below in thousands of dollars.

FY89

FY90

FY91

FY92

FY93

FY94

FY95

FY96

FY97

OPP

10,175

12,310

14,696

20,638

22,072

24,205

25,809

29,118

30,715

Other

13,549

11,778

12,445

14,308

13,779

16,279

19,386

16,959

18,674

Total

23,724

24,088

27,151

34,946

35,851

40,484

45,195

46,077

49,389

In some instances, awards are listed that may not fall strictly within the limits of the Arctic as defined by the Arctic Research and Policy Act, but apply to processes, properties, and phenomena of the Arctic. Examples include research on boreal forests, subarctic or temperature zone glaciers, geological and atmospheric projects south of the Arctic Circle, and laboratory and theoretical studies. Individual awards contain their own logistics budgets and no attempt is made to separate those costs; only specific awards for field support are listed separately. A complete listing of institutions and organization that received funds in Fiscal Year 1997 follows.

Users of this list should keep in mind that these projects do not exhaust the range of subjects that might be supported by NSF in the future. Research that promises to add significantly to science, engineering, or education is eligible for consideration. The data reported in this award list were compiled from individual program submissions from throughout the NSF. The information includes awards for research but excludes administrative costs that are included in NSF budget source documents.

 

Charles E. Myers
Head, Interagency Arctic Staff
Office of Polar Programs

 


 

DESCRIPTION OCONTENTS AND EXPLANATION OF FORMAT

The Arctic Science, Engineering, and Education Directory of Awards provides bibliographic data on the Arctic awards granted each Fiscal Year by the National Science Foundation. All awards are listed under their primary science program area. Split-funded awards are listed only under their primary science program. Indexes appear at the end of the publication by Institution and Principal Investigator with entries listed in alphabetical order referring to the corresponding page number.

The definition of fields and sample record below shows how each bibliographic reference is listed. The complete abstracts for the awards can be accessed from the National Science Foundation’s web site at http://www.nsf.gov.

Sample Record and Field Definitions:

  1. Title of the Award
  2. Owner Division and Award Number
  3. Start Date–End Date
  4. Funding Division and Amount Funded
  5. Name of Institution (any college, university, laboratory, industry, or other organization designated as the NSF Awardee)
  6. Address of Awardee Institution
  7. Principal Investigator (PI)

Format at a Glance:

  1. Paleozoic Faunal Affinity Studies in West-Central and East-Central Alaska
  2. EAR 9312854
  3. 09/15/1996–08/14/1999
  4. (OPP) $25,000 (DEB) $12,919
  5. University of Oregon–Eugene
  6. Eugene, OR 97403-5219
  7. Norman M. Savage

 

FISCAL YEAR 1997 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
ARCTIC AWARDS SUMMARY


Science Program Area

No. of Awards

OPP
Funding

Non-OPP Funding

Total

Arctic Natural Sciences

168

$10,316,151

$9,509,521

$19,825,672

Arctic System Science

120

$13,564,291

$3,530,465

$17,094,756

Arctic Social Sciences and Education

50

$1,407,516

$4,433,477

$5,840,993

Arctic Coordination and Information

10

$864,025

$98,762

$962,787

Arctic Research Support

5

$414,964

$161,183

$576,147

Arctic Logistics

2

$2,830,366

$47,618

$2,877,984

Major Research Instrumentation

3

$801,022

$600,000

$1,401,022

Life in Extreme Environments (LExEn)

3

$300,015

$300,000

$600,015

Other Arctic Research Support

3

$216,465

$0

$216,465

GRAND TOTALS

364

$30,714,815

$18,674,026

$49,388,841

 

FISCAL YEAR 1997 ARCTIC AWARDS FOR
INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS BY STATE

OPP

Funding

Non-OPP Funding

Total

Alaska

$4,198,939

$7,041,892

$11,240,831

Alaska Federation of Natives

$97,469

$2,000,000

$2,097,469

Anchorage School District

$0

$928,488

$928,488

Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS)

$332,551

$0

$332,551

Association of Village Council Presidents

$89,193

$0

$89,193

Barrow Arctic Science Consortium

$113,500

$47,600

$161,100

Fairbanks North Star Borough

$0

$519,034

$519,034

KCAW–FM Raven Radio

$0

$1,372

$1,372

Shishmaref Native Corporation

$74,940

$0

$74,940

U.S. Geological Survey–Water Resources Division

$43,432

$0

$43,432

University of Alaska–Anchorage

$598,749

$0

$598,749

University of Alaska–Fairbanks

$2,849,105

$3,445,398

$6,294,503

University of Alaska–SE Juneau

$0

$100,000

$100,000

Arizona

$209,729

$10,530

$220,259

Arizona State University

$0

$10,530

$10,530

University of Arizona

$209,729

$0

$209,729

California

$3,201,705

$3,146,708

$6,348,413

Aerospace Corporation

$0

$65,000

$65,000

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

$35,500

$0

$35,500

Naval Postgraduate School

$138,927

$65,000

$203,927

Naval Undersea Warfare Center

$111,388

$0

$111,388

SAI Science Applications International Corporation

$65,100

$0

$65,100

San Diego State University Foundation

$676,294

$119,650

$795,944

San Jose State University Foundation

$5,781

$0

$5,781

SRI International

$160,000

$2,347,631

$2,507,631

University of California–Berkeley

$334,841

$0

$334,841

University of California–Irvine

$509,777

$0

$509,777

University of California–Los Angeles

$431,316

$24,999

$456,315

University of California–San Diego

$10,000

$10,000

$20,000

University of California–Santa Cruz

$37,119

$0

$37,119

University of California–SD Scripps Institute

$685,662

$514,428

$1,200,090

Colorado

$3,156,095

$561,470

$3,717,565

Colorado State University

$108,333

$49,670

$158,003

Denver Museum of Natural History

$9,975

$100,000

$109,975

NOAA–Environmental Research Laboratory

$323,261

$0

$323,261

Space Science Institute

$5,000

$0

$5,000

U.S. Geological Survey–Denver

$100,000

$0

$100,000

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

$279,379

$0

$279,379

University of Colorado–Boulder

$2,240,185

$391,800

$2,631,985

University of Denver

$89,962

$20,000

$109,962

Connecticut

$5,000

$10,000

$15,000

University of Connecticut

$5,000

$10,000

$15,000

Delaware

$650,000

$782,000

$1,432,000

Bartol Research Institute

$650,000

$782,000

$1,432,000

District of Columbia

$326,256

$0

$326,256

Department of Navy–Naval Research Laboratory

$215,456

$0

$215,456

National Academy of Sciences

$105,100

$0

$105,100

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

$3,700

$0

$3,700

Smithsonian Institution

$2,000

$0

$2,000

Florida

$385,359

$214,980

$600,339

Emory–Riddle Aeronautical University

$0

$100,000

$100,000

Florida International University

$106,258

$0

$106,258

Florida State University

$0

$74,980

$74,980

University of Miami

$123,042

$0

$123,042

University of Miami–School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences

$156,059

$40,000

$196,059

Hawaii

$127,065

$0

$127,065

University of Hawaii–Manoa

$127,065

$0

$127,065

Illinois

$177,863

$166,700

$344,563

University of Illinois Urbana–Champaign

$0

$166,700

$166,700

University of Illinois–Chicago

$177,863

$0

$177,863

Indiana

$165,499

$176,330

$341,829

Indiana University–Bloomington

$115,499

$0

$115,499

Purdue University Research Foundation

$50,000

$176,330

$226,330

Kansas

$240,020

$0

$240,020

University of Kansas–Main Campus

$240,020

$0

$240,020

Louisiana

$49,970

$0

$49,970

Louisiana State University & A&M College

$49,970

$0

$49,970

Maine

$129,643

$0

$129,643

Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences

$126,143

$0

$126,143

Bowdoin College

$3,500

$0

$3,500

Maryland

$752,243

$260,000

$1,012,243

Capital Systems Group, Inc.

$15,118

$0

$15,118

Friday Systems Services, Inc.

$39,448

$0

$39,448

JLM Associates, Inc.

$26,091

$0

$26,091

Johns Hopkins University

$329,900

$180,000

$509,900

University of Maryland–Center for Estuarine Research

$39,683

$0

$39,683

University of Maryland–College Park

$302,003

$80,000

$382,003

Massachusetts

$2,188,867

$1,926,768

$4,115,635

Boston College

$94,195

$29,985

$124,180

Boston University

$41,108

$190,667

$231,775

Harvard University

$0

$266,000

$266,000

Marine Biological Laboratory

$1,778,378

$936,912

$2,715,290

Tufts University

$0

$83,452

$83,452

University of Massachusetts–Amherst

$156,560

$56,354

$212,914

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

$118,626

$363,398

$482,024

Michigan

$447,081

$523,473

$970,554

Michigan State University

$201,003

$0

$201,003

University of Michigan

$246,078

$523,473

$769,551

Minnesota

$104,446

$0

$104,446

Saint Olaf College

$18,601

$0

$18,601

University of Minnesota–Twin Cities

$85,845

$0

$85,845

Missouri

$121,901

$23,634

$145,535

University of Missouri–Columbia

$10,000

$23,634

$33,634

University of Missouri–Saint Louis

$111,901

$0

$111,901

Nebraska

$3,249,290

$0

$3,249,290

University of Nebraska–Lincoln

$3,249,290

$0

$3,249,290

Nevada

$110,157

$0

$110,157

University of Nevada–Desert Research Institute

$76,185

$0

$76,185

University of Nevada–Las Vegas

$33,972

$0

$33,972

New Hampshire

$870,192

$179,261

$1,049,453

Dartmouth College

$134,603

$179,261

$313,864

U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory

$449,130

$0

$449,130

University of New Hampshire

$286,459

$0

$286,459

New Jersey

$182,417

$132,415

$314,832

Princeton University

$0

$132,415

$132,415

Rutgers University–New Brunswick

$182,417

$0

$182,417

New Mexico

$87,314

$0

$87,314

New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology

$2,800

$0

$2,800

University of New Mexico

$84,514

$0

$84,514

New York

$1,946,030

$670,685

$2,616,715

Columbia University

$1,033,068

$538,590

$1,571,658

CUNY Hunter College

$223,130

$0

$223,130

Health Research, Inc.

$0

$74,517

$74,517

SUNY–Albany

$260,910

$24,268

$285,178

SUNY–Brockport

$34,420

$33,310

$67,730

SUNY–Buffalo

$255,626

$0

$255,626

University of Rochester

$138,876

$0

$138,876

North Carolina

$45,000

$10,000

$55,000

East Carolina University

$5,000

$10,000

$15,000

North Carolina State University

$40,000

$0

$40,000

Ohio

$838,201

$511,473

$1,349,674

Ohio State University Research Foundation

$771,718

$511,473

$1,283,191

University of Cincinnati

$66,483

$0

$66,483

Oregon

$585,733

$262,108

$847,841

Oregon State University

$502,166

$132,156

$634,322

University of Oregon–Eugene

$83,567

$129,952

$213,519

Pennsylvania

$154,255

$0

$154,255

Carnegie Mellon University

$7,000

$0

$7,000

Individual Award

$2,999

$0

$2,999

Lehigh University

$10,000

$0

$10,000

Penn State University–University Park

$134,256

$0

$134,256

Rhode Island

$20,000

$396,343

$416,343

Brown University

$0

$140,000

$140,000

University of Rhode Island

$20,000

$256,343

$276,343

South Carolina

$0

$19,500

$19,500

Clemson University

$0

$19,500

$19,500

Tennessee

$83,187

$3,708

$86,895

NOAA–Air Resources Laboratory

$78,187

$0

$78,187

University of Tennessee–Knoxville

$5,000

$3,708

$8,708

Texas

$392,901

$50,000

$442,901

Texas A&M Research Foundation

$28,125

$0

$28,125

University of Houston

$0

$50,000

$50,000

University of Texas–Austin

$364,776

$0

$364,776

Utah

$246,139

$247,767

$493,906

Brigham Young University

$49,702

$55,000

$104,702

University of Utah

$89,925

$0

$89,925

Utah State University

$59,891

$114,200

$174,091

Utah State University Foundation

$46,621

$78,567

$125,188

Virginia

$2,666,082

$125,161

$2,791,243

Arctic Research Commission

$500,000

$0

$500,000

Computational Physics, Inc.

$0

$40,002

$40,002

Department of Navy–Office of Naval Research

$1,296,612

$0

$1,296,612

Gerber Scientific, Inc.

$0

$79,904

$79,904

National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs

$413,515

$5,255

$418,770

Old Dominion Research Foundation

$365,955

$0

$365,955

U.S. Geological Survey

$90,000

$0

$90,000

Washington

$1,878,771

$700,597

$2,579,368

McPhee Research

$0

$102,000

$102,000

University of Puget Sound

$18,900

$0

$18,900

University of Washington

$1,830,961

$598,597

$2,429,558

Washington State University

$28,910

$0

$28,910

Wisconsin

$172,535

$309,994

$482,529

University of Wisconsin–Madison

$162,690

$309,994

$472,684

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

$9,845

$0

$9,845

Wyoming

$444,726

$210,529

$655,255

University of Wyoming

$444,726

$210,529

$655,255

Sweden

$104,204

$0

$104,204

International Geosphere

$104,204

$0

$104,204

GRAND TOTALS

$30,714,815

$18,674,026

$49,388,841

 

ARCTIC N ATURAL S CIENCES

An Investigation of Magnetospheric Boundaries Using Ground-Based Induction Magnetometers Operated at Manned Stations as Part of an Extensive Ground Array
OPP 9613683
04/17/1997–03/31/1999
(OPP) $63,837 (Arctic funding component only)
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Roger L. Arnoldy

An Updated Magnetometer Array on the Greenland Ice Cap (MAGIC–II) to Investigate Multi-Scale Ionospheric Current Systems
OPP 9614189
03/27/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $50,120 (ATM) $50,120
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2143
Vladimir O. Papitashvili

Arctic Research Initiative Expansion of the Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN)
OPP 9704717
09/04/1997–08/31/2000
(OPP) $200,000
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland 20723-6099
William A. Bristow

Atmospheric Dynamics Using Sodium Lidar and Rayleigh Lidars at Fort Collins and Arctic Lidar Observatory for Middle Atmosphere Research (ALOMAR)
ATM 9510145
09/05/1995–08/31/1998
(ATM) $60,000
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0019
David C. Fritts

ATM 9510130
09/06/1995–08/31/1998
(ATM) $40,000
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1875
Chiao-Yao She

Atmospheric Oxygen Variability in Relation to Annual and Decadal Variations in Terrestrial and Marine Ecosystems
ATM 9612518
03/21/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $40,000 (Arctic funding component)
(ATM) $215,031 (OCE) $50,000
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0236
Ralph F. Keeling

Balloon Borne Measurements in the Arctic Vortex
OPP 9423285
03/29/1995–05/31/1998
(OPP) $186,556
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming 82071
James M. Rosen

Collaborative Studies of the High-Latitude Ionosphere Using a Dynasonde Network in the Scandinavian Sector
OPP 9530935
03/20/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $46,621 (ATM) $16,000
Utah State University Foundation
Logan, Utah 84322-1947
Frank T. Berkey

Collisionless Magnetic Reconnection
OPP 9713271
09/09/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $50,000 (EAR) $30,000
University of Maryland–College Park
College Park, Maryland 20742
James F. Drake

Cosmic Rays and the Interplanetary Magnetic Field
ATM 9616610
03/04/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $50,000 (ATM) $182,000
Bartol Research Institute
Newark, Delaware 19716
John W. Bieber

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): A Complement of Optical Instruments for the Polar Cap Observatory
ATM 9612839
03/21/1997–02/28/1998
(ATM) $115,000
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2143
Timothy L. Killeen

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Arctic Observations of the Upper Mesosphere and Thermosphere
ATM 9612881
12/02/1996–11/30/1998
(ATM) $65,000
Aerospace Corporation
Los Angeles, California 90009-2957
James H. Hecht

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): CEDAR-HLPS Ionospheric Model Comparisons with Polar Cap Observations
ATM 9612835
11/29/1996–11/30/1998
(ATM) $71,000
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-4405
Jan J. Sojka

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Dynasonde Doppler Measurements at Mid-Latitude
ATM 9525818
02/02/1996–12/31/1997
(ATM) $62,567
Utah State University Foundation
Logan, Utah 84322-1947
Frank T. Berkey

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Early Polar Cap Observatory
ATM 9311236
09/29/1993–08/31/1998
(OPP) $160,000 (ATM) $117,915
SRI International
Menlo Park, California 94025
John D. Kelly

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Establishment of a Resonance Lidar Capability at Sondrestrom, Greenland, for Studies of Metallic Structures in the Upper Atmosphere
ATM 9612796
12/23/1996–12/31/1998
(ATM) $120,796
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Brenton J. Watkins

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Ground-Based Imaging of Upper Atmospheric Wind and Temperature Fields in the Auroral Zone
ATM 9523810
01/25/1996–06/30/1998
(ATM) $52,391
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Mark Conde

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Lidar Studies of Multiple Metals in the Arctic Mesopause
ATM 9612870
01/02/1997–12/31/1997
(ATM) $97,233
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Richard L. Collins

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Radar Investigations of Mesospheric and Lower Thermospheric Dynamics at Sondre Stromfjord, Greenland
ATM 9201996
09/25/1992–08/31/1997
(ATM) $19,500
Clemson University
Clemson, South Carolina 29634-1911
Miguel F. Larsen

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Radar, Optical and Satellite Studies of High-Latitude Arcs
ATM 9415794
01/06/1995–12/31/1997
(ATM) $43,200
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-4405
Bela G. Fejer

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Small-Scale Plasma Structuring Mechanisms in the High-Latitude Ionosphere
ATM 9416078
01/06/1995–12/31/1998
(ATM) $50,000
University of Maryland–College Park
College Park, Maryland 20742-3511
Parvez Guzdar

Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR): Using Coincident Radar and Optical Data from CEDAR Auroral Campaigns to Investigate Thermospheric Response to Heating, Energization of Electrons, and Emission Processes
ATM 9612859
01/03/1997–12/31/1997
(ATM) $40,002
Computational Physics, Inc
Fairfax, Virginia 22150
Douglas J. Strickland

Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN): Global-Scale Observations of the High-Latitude Ionosphere
ATM 9502993
07/31/1995–08/31/1998
(ATM) $180,000
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland 20723-6099
Raymond A. Greenwald

Geospace Environmental Monitoring (GEM): A Magnetometer Array for Cusp and Cleft Studies (MACCS-East)
ATM 9401733
08/29/1994–08/31/1998
(ATM) $144,581
Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
W. Jeffre Hughes

Geospace Environmental Monitoring (GEM): A Survey of Simultaneous Pc 3 Micropulsations and High-Latitude Impulsive Events for the GEM Boundary Layer Campaign
ATM 9623790
07/08/1996–06/30/1998
(ATM) $50,000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas 77204-5506
Edgar A. Bering

Ground-Based Infrared Measurements in the Arctic
OPP 9633041
09/20/1996–09/30/1998
(OPP) $89,962 (ATM) $20,000
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80208-0202
Frank J. Murcray

Heterogeneous Bromine Reactions at Polar Atmospheric Conditions
ATM 9530659
08/13/1996–07/31/1998
(ATM) $74,517
Health Research, Inc
Albany, New York 12201-0509
Liang T. Chu

High Resolution Infrared Radiometry of the Arctic Sky from a Ship-Based Platform
OPP 9712873
05/21/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $18,900
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma, Washington 98416
Steven Neshyba

Magnetic Separatrix Identification and Measurement of Flow Across It
OPP 9423489
09/02/1997–04/30/1999
(OPP) $20,000 (ATM) $24,999
University of California–Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-1565
Lawrence R. Lyons

Measurement and Analysis of Midlatitude and Arctic Stratiform Clouds
ATM 9521073
06/06/1997–11/30/1997
(ATM) $79,904
Gerber Scientific, Inc
Reston, Virginia 22090
Hermann E. Gerber

Multi-Radar Studies of the Dynamics of the Antarctic Ionosphere
OPP 9421266
07/14/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $42,000 (Arctic funding component only)
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland 20710
Kile B. Baker

Multi-Station Auroral Spectroscopy–II
ATM 9610052
12/16/1996–11/30/1998
(ATM) $85,000
University of Illinois–Urbana/Champaign
Champaign, Illinois 61801
Gary R. Swenson

Observations and Modeling of the High-Latitude Ionosphere
ATM 9523818
08/23/1996–08/31/1998
(ATM) $94,879
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Brenton J. Watkins

Operation of the Alaska–Canada High-Latitude Magnetometer Chain
ATM 9523998
04/16/1996–03/31/1998
(OPP) $12,644 (ATM) $80,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
John V. Olson

Plasma Sheet Dynamics During Geomagnetic Disturbances: Observations from the Ground and from Space
OPP 9619733
03/13/1997–03/31/1999
(OPP) $124,484
University of California–Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-1565
Lawrence R. Lyons

Riometry in Antarctica and Conjugate Regions
OPP 9505823
07/14/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $252,003 (Arctic funding component only)
University of Maryland–College Park
College Park, Maryland 20742
Theodore J. Rosenberg

Simultaneous In Situ Measurements within Polar Stratospheric Clouds of Particle Size, Number, Composition, Scattering Ratio, and of Gas Phase Concentrations of Nitric Acid and Water
OPP 9707520
08/28/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $28,375
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming 82071
Terry L. Deshler

Sondrestrom Facility: Research, Operation, and Coordination
ATM 9317167
02/10/1994–09/30/1998
(ATM) $2,179,716
SRI International
Menlo Park, California 94025
John D. Kelly

Space Weather Outreach
ATM 9615624
03/14/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $5,000 (Arctic funding component only)
Space Science Institute
Boulder, Colorado 80303-7814
Paul B. Dusenbery

Space Weather: Event-Driven Operations and Analysis of the Sondrestrom Radar for the National Space Weather Program
ATM 9713600
09/11/1997–08/31/1998
(ATM) $50,000
SRI International
Menlo Park, California 94025
John D. Kelly

Space Weather: Forecasting the High-Latitude F-Region Weather
ATM 9613925
09/06/1996–08/31/1998
(ATM) $29,985
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02159
Dwight Decker

Space Weather: Ionospheric Electric Fields at High Latitudes
OPP 9613847
09/24/1996–09/30/1999
(OPP) $77,900
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland 20723-6099
J. Michael Ruohoniemi

Support for ARGOS Data Collection and Location System
OCE 8341973
09/01/1983–07/31/1998
(OPP) $3,700 (Arctic funding component only)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA
Washington, District of Columbia 20230
Michael J. Hall

The Heiss Island Imaging Photometer
OPP 9708101
07/15/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $94,195
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02167-3862
Cesar E. Valladares

The Importance of Halogen Atom Chemistry in the Arctic Troposphere
ATM 9631572
02/04/1997–01/31/1999
(OPP) $50,000 (ATM) $96,330 (CHE) $80,000
Purdue University Research Foundation
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-1397
Paul B. Shepson

The Spectral Radiative Properties of Stratus Clouds and Ice Surfaces in the Arctic
OPP 9414172
03/17/1995–12/31/1998
(OPP) $138,230
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-1640
Peter V. Hobbs

Theoretical Studies of Heterogeneous Halogen Chemistry on Stratospheric and Tropospheric Ice
ATM 9613802
01/30/1997–01/31/1999
(ATM) $115,448
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309
James T. Hynes

Theoretical Studies of the Chemical Composition of the Earth's Atmosphere
ATM 9320778
06/29/1994–05/31/1998
(ATM) $266,000
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Michael B. McElroy

Tracing Upper Arctic Circulation Via Barium, Oxygen Isotopes and Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Fluorescence
OPP 9707459
08/15/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $49,059
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5503
Kelly K. Falkner

Unidata: 1993–1998
ATM 9218790
06/10/1994–09/30/1998
(OPP) $1,076 (Arctic funding component only)
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Boulder, Colorado 80307-3000
David W. Fulker

US–German Cooperative Research: Mesoscale Modeling of the Wintertime Atmospheric Circulation in the Greenland Area
INT 9603416
04/22/1997–04/30/1999
(INT) $13,800
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1002
David H. Bromwich

Variations in Upper Atmospheric Constituents' Density and Thermodynamics in the Polar Cusp and Polar Cap Regions over Longyearbyen, Svalbard
ATM 9528593
05/06/1996–04/30/1998
(ATM) $100,000
Emory–Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114-3900
Gulamabas G. Sivjee

Water Cycle Variations in Northern High Latitudes
ATM 9319952
03/31/1994–09/30/1998
(ATM) $81,700
University of Illinois–Urbana/Champaign
Champaign, Illinois 61801-3070
John E. Walsh

A Collaborative Proposal on Particle Dynamics in an Arctic Ecosystem: Role of Enzymatic Hydrolysis in Carbon Export
OPP 9709945
08/28/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $83,971
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
Ian D. Walsh

OPP 9710029
08/28/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $48,088
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-7940
Jody W. Deming

Analysis of DNA From Permafrost Specimens
OPP 9617068
12/02/1996–11/30/1997
(OPP) $50,000
University of California–Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-1606
Robert K. Wayne

Ecology and Conservation of High-Altitude Siberian Lakes
OPP 9725155
07/02/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $10,369
University of Kansas–Main Campus
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-2106
Cynthia A. Annett

Ecophysical Limits to Northern Breeding Distributions of Arctic Sandpipers
OPP 9696134
04/05/1996–05/31/1999
(OPP) $111,901
University of Missouri–Saint Louis
Saint Louis, Missouri 63121-4499
Robert E. Ricklefs

Effects of Species Traits and Biodiversity on Ecosystem Processes in Arctic Tundra
OPP 9523247
09/23/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $72,350
University of California–Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-3140
F. Stuart Chapin

Extracellular Carbon and Sulfur Production by Arctic Phytoplankton during the Spring Bloom
OPP 9709779
08/20/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $50,000
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0218
Maria Vernet

OPP 9711723
08/14/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $50,000
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
West Boothbay Harbor, Maine 04578
Patricia A. Matrai

Global Change and the Carbon Balance of Arctic Ecosystems: The Importance of Carbon-Nutrient Interactions in Soils
OPP 9615563
03/19/1997–03/31/1998
(DEB) $236,912
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
Knute J. Nadelhoffer

Hormone–Behavior Adaptations in Arctic Birds
OPP 9530826
07/24/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $161,765
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-1800
John C. Wingfield

Interactions between Plant Chemicals and Microbial Communities through Forest Succession in the Alaskan Taiga: Collaborative Research
DEB 9622788
04/30/1996–05/31/1998
(DEB) $55,000
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602
Rex G. Cates

Key Connections in Arctic Aquatic Landscapes
OPP 9615949
05/19/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $983,505
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
John E. Hobbie

Latitudinal Gradients, Natural Selection, and Variation in N:P Stoichiometry in Plankton: A Test of the Growth Rate Hypothesis
DEB 9527322
08/08/1996–07/31/1998
(DEB) $3,530
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona 85287
James J. Elser

Molecular Genetics of Paraphyly of Brown Bears and Polar Bears: Interspecific Hybridization or Emergence from a Common Ancestor?
OPP 9707626
08/29/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $43,491
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7000
Gerald F. Shields

Nematode Biodiversity in Soils of the Short Grass Steppe
DEB 9626813
08/15/1996–01/31/1998
(OPP) $10,000 (DEB) $9,670
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523
Diana W. Freckman

Phytoplankton Community Structure in the North Water Polynya: Causes and Consequences
OPP 9707527
09/09/1997–08/31/2000
(OPP) $60,000
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-7940
Joyce Lewin

Plasticity of Life History Traits in Arctic Charr: Use of Retrospective Data to Couple Migration Data with Environmental Variation
OPP 9530081
08/16/1996–07/31/1998
(OPP) $101,153
University of Hawaii–Manoa
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Richard L. Radtke

Presidential Faculty Fellows Program: Transport of Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Sulfur Through Arctic Tundra Ecosystems
OPP 9553064
12/04/1995–12/31/1997
(OPP) $108,982
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1048
George W. Kling

Prolonged Production and Trophic Transfer to Predators: Processes at the Inner Front of the Southeastern Bering Sea: Collaborative Research
OPP 9617236
03/04/1997–02/28/1999
(OPP) $162,995
University of Texas–Austin
Austin, Texas 78373-5015
Terry E. Whitledge

OPP 9617287
03/04/1997–02/28/1999
(OPP) $440,841
University of California–Irvine
Irvine, California 92717
George L. Hunt

Small Grant for Exploratory Research (SGER): Evolution of Reproductive Mode in Arctic Sea Stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea: Asteriidae)
OPP 9707806
04/10/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $49,970
Louisiana State University & A&M College
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-1725
David W. Foltz

Small Grant for Exploratory Research (SGER): Breeding Adaptations in Birds at Extreme High Latitude
OPP 9708594
04/10/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $39,502
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-1800
P. Dee Boersma

Successional Processes in Taiga Forests of Interior Alaska: A Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program for Study of Controls of Subarctic Forest Development
DEB 9211769
08/24/1992–04/30/1999
(DEB) $670,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 94720-3140
F. Stuart Chapin

The Arctic Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Project: Terrestrial and Freshwater Research on Ecological Controls
DEB 9211775
08/20/1992–10/31/1997
(DEB) $600,000
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
John E. Hobbie

The Importance of Foraging Pattern on Reproductive Success in the Northern Fur Seal, Callorhinus Ursinus
OPP 9500072
04/17/1995–04/30/1998
(OPP) $37,119
University of California–Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, California 95064
Daniel P. Costa

The Physiology and Biochemistry of Organic Osmolytes in Arctic Fishes
OPP 9423920
06/19/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $33,972
University of Nevada–Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-4004
James A. Raymond

What Are the Sources and Significance of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Nutrient Signals within the Arctic Basin?
OPP 9617341
06/17/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $99,449
University of Texas–Austin
Austin, Texas 78373-5015
Terry E. Whitledge

Active Seismic Zones of Interior Alaska
EAR 9706318
05/16/1997–05/31/1999
(EAR) $150,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Jeffrey Freymueller

Aerogeophysics in the Canada Basin: Collaborative Research
OPP 9531249
06/27/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $102,332
University of Texas–Austin
Austin, Texas 78759-8500
Lawrence A. Lawver

OPP 9626701
06/27/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $215,456
Department of Navy–Naval Research Laboratory
Washington, District of Columbia 20375-5350
John M. Brozena

Atmospheric Contamination of Russian Soils (1895–Present)
SBER 9601272
09/10/1996–08/31/1998
(SBER) $5,000
SUNY–Albany
Albany, New York 12222
Andrei Lapenis

An Integrated Modeling and Experimental Study of the Formation and Dynamics of Patterned Ground
OPP 9530809
05/24/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $107,208
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-1360
Bernard Hallet

OPP 9530860
05/24/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $58,755
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0225
Bradley Werner

Atmospheric Dust in North Central Greenland Ice: North Grip
OPP 9616146
04/17/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $199,998
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
Pierre E. Biscaye

Determining the Reliability of Using Cosmogenic Nuclides to Date Arctic Beach Sediment
OPP 9618844
04/18/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $88,318
University of Kansas–Main Campus
Lawrence, Kansas 66045
John C. Gosse

Emplacement of the Ultramafic Massifs of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska and Their Possible Relationship to the Border Ranges Fault System
EAR 9706699
07/24/1997–07/31/1998
(EAR) $46,086
Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
Timothy M. Kusky

History of Quaternary Ice Sheets on Arctic Islands, Phase I: Integrated Approach Using Dating of Terrestrial Glacial Deposits, Glacially Abraded Bedrock and Marine Shorelines
OPP 9530857
07/22/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $119,711
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona 85721
Marek G. Zreda

Influence of Climate and Environmental Factors on the Thermal Regime of the Active Layer and Permafrost
OPP 9531220
08/12/1996–07/31/1998
(OPP) $100,976
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Thomas E. Osterkamp

Investigation of the Effects of Climatic Change and Human Activities on Discontinuous Permafrost in Alaska
OPP 9423426
04/21/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $75,070
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Thomas E. Osterkamp

Late Quaternary Dynamics of the Labrador/Foxe Sectors of the Laurentide Ice Sheet, Eastern Canadian Arctic
EAR 9510063
07/31/1995–07/31/1998
(EAR) $97,234
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0250
Gifford H. Miller

Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory
OPP 9419267
07/05/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $2,800 (Arctic funding component only)
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
Socorro, New Mexico 87801
Philip R. Kyle

Paleozoic Faunal Affinity Studies in West-Central and East-Central Alaska
EAR 9312854
05/17/1994–01/31/1998
(EAR) $5,000
University of Oregon–Eugene
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Norman M. Savage

Pleistocene Glacial Ice Cover and Interglacial Paleoclimatic History in the NE Russian Arctic–Comparisons with Alaska
OPP 9423730
07/12/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $76,560 (POWRE) $23,086
University of Massachusetts–Amherst
Amherst, Massachusetts 01003-5820
Julie Brigham-Grette

Rates of Glacial Erosion in Southern Alaska
EAR 9628675
07/18/1996–07/31/1998
(EAR) $105,625
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-1360
Bernard Hallet

Seismic Study of the Iceland Hotspot
EAR 9417918
03/21/1996–03/31/1998
(EAR) $132,415
Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey 08544
W. J. Morgan

Testing Earth System Models with Paleoenvironmental Observations (TEMPO)
ATM 9510668
07/31/1995–08/31/1998
(OPP) $25,000 (EAR) $235,000
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
John E. Kutzbach

ATM 9523584
08/11/1995–08/31/1998
(EAR) $124,952
University of Oregon–Eugene
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Patrick J. Bartlein

ATM 9523585
10/19/1995–10/31/1998
(EAR) $140,000
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island 02912
Thompson Webb

The Strand Fiord Large Igneous Province: A Multidisciplinary Investigation of its Origin and Paleomagnetic Record
OPP 9531007
05/21/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $138,876
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York 14627
John A. Tarduno

Workshop on Paleoenvironments of Beringia
OPP 9617429
05/01/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $32,031 (INT) $15,570
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
Scott A. Elias

A Tracer Release Experiment in the Greenland Sea
OCE 9529605
05/01/1996–04/30/1998
(OCE) $74,994
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Madison, Wisconsin 53706-1490
Kim A. Van Scoy

Abrupt Onset of Large-Scale Northern Hemisphere Glaciation: Are Volcanoes the Smoking Gun?
OCE 9506716
02/17/1996–02/28/1998
(OCE) $65,000
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1063
David K. Rea

Abundance, Biomass, Vertical Distribution and Selected Process Studies of Arctic Ocean Zooplankton: A Collaborative Proposal for Ancillary Use of the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Platform
OCE 9707182
07/30/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $5,000 (OCE) $77,628
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, Rhode Island 02881
Robert G. Campbell

OCE 9707184
07/30/1997–01/31/1999
(OPP) $20,000 (OCE) $55,737
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
Carin J. Ashjian

Carbon Oxidation and Denitrification Rates in Sediments of the Chukchi Sea
OPP 9530774
06/17/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $76,143
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
West Boothbay Harbor, Maine 04575
John P. Christensen

Deep Structure of a Hotspot Influenced Rifted Volcanic Margin: A Joint U.S.–Danish Seismic Experiment off SE Greenland
OCE 9416631
05/21/1996–05/31/1998
(OCE) $233,035
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
W. S. Holbrook

Fluxes of Dissolved Inorganic, Dissolved Organic and Particulate Carbon Associated with Water Masses of the Arctic Ocean Based on Samples from the 1996 U.S.N. Pargo Cruise
OPP 9622621
04/15/1996–04/30/1999
(OPP) $123,804
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964
Raymond N. Sambrotto

Improved Instrumentation for Arctic Submarine-Based Geophysical Surveys: Collaborative Research
OPP 9615283
08/22/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $317,296 (OCE) $50,000
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
Dale N. Chayes

OPP 9615666
08/22/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $25,911
University of Hawaii–Manoa
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Margo H. Edwards

Influence of Jokulhlaups on Deep-Sea Sedimentation Adjacent to the Iceland Hotspot
OCE 9402296
02/24/1995–01/31/1998
(OCE) $53,694
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, Rhode Island 02882
Steven Carey

Integrated Geophysical Study of the Arctic Mid-Ocean Ridge and Alpha Ridge from a Nuclear Submarine: Collaborative Research
OPP 9618436
06/09/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $75,589
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
James R. Cochran

OPP 9619251
06/09/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $1
University of Hawaii–Manoa
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Margo H. Edwards

Modeling Studies of Eddies under Arctic Sea Ice: Collaborative Research
OPP 9614107
04/15/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $40,000
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695
Ping-Tung Shaw

OPP 9709952
04/08/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $39,683
University of Maryland–Center for Estuarine Research
Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Shenn-Yu Chao

Ocean–Ice Sheet Interactions in the North Atlantic Prior to ~130,000 Years Ago
OCE 9509997
09/08/1995–08/31/1998
(OCE) $101,560
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
Gerard C. Bond

Oxygen, Nutrient and Salinity Analyses in the Eastern Arctic Ocean
OCE 9521382
04/25/1996–03/31/1998
(OCE) $53,019
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0214
James H. Swift

Polar Sea Convective Instabilities
OPP 9530530
07/30/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $101,400
Naval Postgraduate School
Monterey, California 93943
Roland W. Garwood

Polymer Physics of Marine Gels: Dynamics of Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC–POC) Studied by Dynamic Laser Scattering Spectroscopy using Phaeocystis Gels as a Model
OPP 9615197
01/07/1997–12/31/1998
(OPP) $182,734
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
Pedro Verdugo

Professional Opportunities for Women in Research and Engineering (POWRE): An Arctic Ocean Time-Series of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon
OCE 9753170
09/26/1997–09/30/1999
(OCE) $74,980
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4320
Patricia L. Yager

R/V Alpha Helix Ship Operations Support
OCE 9703848
03/31/1997–12/31/1998
(OPP) $463,838 (OCE) $180,855
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99664
T. D. Smith

R/V Alpha Helix Shipboard Scientific Support Equipment
OCE 9619210
05/03/1997–04/30/1999
(OCE) $106,673
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99664
T. D. Smith

R/V Cape Henlopen Ship Operations–1997
OCE 9707084
02/06/1997–12/31/1999
(OPP) $24,000 (Arctic funding component only)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
Richard F. Pittenger

R/V GYRE Ship Operations
OCE 9703492
04/08/1997–12/31/1998
(OPP) $28,125
Texas A&M Research Foundation
College Station, Texas 77843
Edwin W. Shaar

Seasonal Study of Production and Respiration in the Central Arctic
OCE 9708088
05/16/1997–11/30/1998
(OPP) $50,000 (OCE) $88,734
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5503
Patricia A. Wheeler

Submarine Cruise: Tracer Studies of the Large-Scale Circulation of the Upper Waters in the Canadian Basin
OPP 9529834
06/17/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $87,730
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
Peter Schlosser

Submarine Profiling of Arctic Properties: Temperature, Salinity and Ice Draft
OPP 9619180
05/16/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $65,100
SAI Science Applications International Corporation
San Diego, California 92121-1522
Peter N. Mikhalevsky

Support for the Science Experiment Project (SCICEX) Special Data Acquisition from a U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Platform
OPP 9726160
07/22/1997–01/31/1998
(OPP) $111,388
Naval Undersea Warfare Center
San Diego, California 92106-3521
Mike Hacking

Synthesis and Integration of Riverine, Oceanic and Sea Ice Tracer/Contaminant Data with High Resolution Coupled Ocean–Sea Ice Models
OPP 9708924
09/03/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $75,000
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964
Stephanie L. Pfirman

Tracing Riverine Inputs and Ventilation Processes of the Upper Arctic by Means of Submarine-Mounted On-Line Chemical Sensors
OPP 9622603
05/15/1996–04/30/1998
(OPP) $73,167 (OCE) $30,000
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5503
Kelly K. Falkner

Validation of NASA Scatterometer from Satellite (NSCAT) Remotely Sensed Sea Ice Conditions as a Predictor of Environmental Conditions
OPP 9711001
04/16/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $49,702
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602
Perry J. Hardin

Viral Diversity and Mortality of Phyto- and Bacterioplankton in the Arctic Ocean
OPP 9623130
05/07/1996–04/30/1998
(OPP) $68,997
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0202
Farooq Azam

Viral Diversity and Mortality of Sea-Ice Bacteria and Algae in the Arctic Ocean
OPP 9617045
07/23/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $120,671
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0202
Farooq Azam

A Cooperative Ice Core Paleoclimate Study of Monsoon Variability as Archived in the Dasuopu Glacier, China
ATM 9523237
04/25/1996–04/30/1998
(EAR) $397,673
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1002
Lonnie G. Thompson

A New Concept in Glacier Mass Balance
OPP 9707515
09/04/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $200,003
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Keith Echelmeyer

Assessment of Variations in the Snow Accumulation Rate in Northern Greenland
OPP 9423530
03/29/1995–09/30/1998
(OPP) $80,556
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0449
Anne W. Nolin

Atmospheric Transport and Deposition of Chemical Constituents at Summit, Greenland: Interpretation of the Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP2) Ice Core
OPP 9423410
06/16/1995–05/31/1998
(OPP) $7,000
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Cliff I. Davidson

Basal Morphology and Dynamics of a Temperate Surge-Type Glacier
OPP 9423477
04/13/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $204,108
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
William D. Harrison

Climatic Impacts of the Greenland Ice Sheet
OPP 9707557
09/09/1997–07/31/2000
(OPP) $250,000
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1002
David H. Bromwich

Development of Laser-Based Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy Techniques for 81Kr and 85Kr Measurements in the Geosciences
EAR 9410695
08/30/1994–08/31/1998
(OPP) $5,000 (Arctic funding component)
(EAR) $3,708
University of Tennessee–Knoxville
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-0140
Norbert Thonnard

Firn Properties and Processes at Shallow Coring Sites in Greenland
OPP 9530737
04/12/1996–04/30/1998
(OPP) $33,483
U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-1290
Mary R. Albert

Direct Measurement of the In Situ Stress Tensor at Depth in Glacier Ice: Collaborative Research
OPP 9531450
07/29/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $149,418
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
W. Tad Pfeffer

OPP 9531565
08/05/1996–07/31/1998
(OPP) $63,984
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming 82071
Neil F. Humphrey

Global Glacier Mass Balance Synthesis
OPP 9530782
09/06/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $94,593
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309
Mark F. Meier

Ice Core Analysis and Physical Glaciology of the Galena Creek Rock Glacier, Wyoming: Collaborative Research
EAR 9710061
03/27/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $30,000 (EAR) $10,529
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming 82071
Neil F. Humphrey

Ice–Radar and Satellite Remote-Sensing Studies of Glaciers and Ice Sheets, II
OPP 9531501
04/15/1996–03/31/1998
(OPP) $18,601 (Arctic funding component only)
Saint Olaf College
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
Robert W. Jacobel

Isotopic Analyses on the North Greenland Ice Core Project (NGRIP) Deep Ice Core
OPP 9615232
05/16/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $145,225
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
James W. White

Late Quaternary Glaciation of Northern Novaya Zemlya, Russia: Collaborative Research
OPP 9529350
07/12/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $60,509
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0250
Gifford H. Miller

OPP 9796024
10/28/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $90,540
University of Illinois–Chicago
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7059
Steven L. Forman

Late Quaternary Ice Sheet Extent, Chronology, and Paleoceanography, East Greenland Margin/Denmark Strait: Implications for the Arctic and North Atlantic Oceans
OPP 9707161
08/28/1997–08/31/1999
(OPP) $204,024
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
Anne Jennings

Observations and Modeling of Flow and Fracture Processes Leading to Iceberg Calving: Collaborative Research
OPP 9614493
06/11/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $136,679
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
W. Tad Pfeffer

OPP 9614505
06/12/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $43,432
U.S. Geological Survey–Water Resources Division
Anchorage, Alaska 98416-0001
Robert M. Krimmel

Operation and Maintenance of the U.S. National Ice Core Laboratory
OPP 9634659
05/09/1996–10/31/2002
(OPP) $90,000 (Arctic funding component only)
U.S. Geological Survey
Reston, Virginia 22090
Joan J. Fitzpatrick

Pleistocene Sea-Level and Glacial Fluctuations, Coastal Ahklun Mountains, Southwest Alaska
OPP 9529940
06/17/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $59,891
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-4505
Darrell Kaufman

Relationships between Climate and Glacier Variations in Western North America
ATM 9530691
05/15/1996–04/30/1998
(OPP) $30,000 (EAR) $44,923
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
Howard Conway

Rheology of Basal Ice
OPP 9423422
03/09/1995–03/31/1998
(OPP) $6,670
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455
Roger Hooke

Tritium in Basal Ice and Debris Bands: Demonstration of Freeze-On from Subglacial Waters
OPP 9530757
07/31/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $10,000
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015
Edward B. Evenson

Workshop on Tidewater Glaciers
OPP 9701756
03/28/1997–11/30/1997
(OPP) $13,870
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Columbus, Ohio 43210-0001
Cornelis J. van der Veen

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Site: Environmental Chemistry and Biochemistry in Alaska
OPP 9501808
07/10/1995–06/30/1998
(OPP) $47,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7000
Lawrence K. Duffy

Research Support
OPP 9729092
09/30/1997–12/31/1997
(OPP) $27,265
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0135
Douglas Siegel-Causey

Research Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $19,253
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

Science Priorities for NSF's Arctic Natural Sciences Program
OPP 9707783
03/18/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $105,100
National Academy of Sciences
Washington, District of Columbia 20418
Chris Elfring

Scientific Meetings and Panel Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $19,060
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

Support for Graduate Attendance at the Arctic Workshops, 1997–1999
OPP 9614129
12/02/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $22,661
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
John T. Andrews

Support Services for the Arctic Natural Sciences Program
OPP 9741301
03/27/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $39,448
Friday Systems Services, Inc.
Lanham–Seabrook, Maryland 20850
Thomas L. Binaut

ARCTIC SYSTEM SCIENCE


1000 Years of Proxy Climate Records from the North Atlantic Region: A Contribution to the Arctic System Science (ARCSS) Plan for Integration: Collaborative Research
OPP 9418845
09/17/1994–11/30/1998
(OPP) $15,000
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
Astrid Ogilvie

A Multimillennial Temperature Reconstruction from Far Northeastern Eurasia
ATM 9709661
08/01/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $54,910
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona 85721
Malcolm K. Hughes

A Synthesis and Analysis of the Regional Impacts of Global Change in the Western Arctic/Bering Sea
OPP 9614126
01/29/1997–01/31/1998
(OPP) $113,516
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7740
Gunter E. Weller

Cooperative Agreement: Support of the National Center for Atmospheric Research
ATM 9403608
12/10/1993–09/30/1998
(OPP) $207,877 (Arctic funding component only)
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Boulder, Colorado 80307-3000
Richard Anthes

Ecological Research Aircraft with Remote Sensing and Flux Instrumentation
DBI 9604793
03/27/1997–03/31/1999
(OPP) $119,650 (BIR) $119,650
San Diego State University Foundation
San Diego, California 92182-4614
Walter C. Oechel

Facilitation of Arctic Research in the Barrow Environmental Observatory
OPP 9706494
09/30/1997–08/31/2000
(OPP) $113,500 (Other) $47,600
Barrow Arctic Science Consortium
Barrow, Alaska 99723
Glenn W. Sheehan

Organizational Support to the U.S. Arctic Science Program
OPP 9404321
06/06/1994–04/30/1998
(OPP) $332,551
Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS)
Fairbanks, Alaska 99708-0684
Nicholas E. Flanders

Scientific Management of the National Ice Core Laboratory
OPP 9617009
12/11/1996–10/31/1998
(OPP) $25,000 (Arctic funding component only)
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire 03824-3525
Paul A. Mayewski

Spatial and Temporal Variability of Arctic Mixed Layer from Russian and American Data
OPP 9708635
08/15/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $75,000
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
James H. Morison

Standing Stocks and Production Rates in the Canada, Makarov, and Eurasian Basins of the Arctic Ocean: The Role of Lower Trophic Level Processes in the Arctic Carbon Cycle
OPP 9400306
05/04/1994–07/31/1997
(OPP) $13,423 (OCE) $13,422
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5503
Patricia A. Wheeler

Sustainability of Arctic Communities: Interactions Between Global Changes, Public Policies, and Ecological Processes
OPP 9521459
09/01/1995–08/31/1998
(OPP) $545,162
University of Alaska–Anchorage
Anchorage, Alaska 99508
John A. Kruse

The Outflow of Fresh Water from the Canadian Archipelago: Synoptic Currents, Hydrography, and Long Term Forcing
OPP 9708349
06/16/1997–05/31/1999
(OPP) $182,417
Rutgers University–New Brunswick
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08903
Andreas Munchow

The Solar Cycle and Terrestrial Aridity
OPP 9711609
08/01/1997–07/31/2000
(OPP) $255,626
SUNY–Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260-1500
Michael Ram

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Educational Outreach and Related Activities
ATM 9417693
06/21/1994–09/30/1998
(OPP) $70,426 (Arctic funding component only)
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Boulder, Colorado 80307-3000
Richard Anthes

Cosmogenic Radionuclides in the Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP2) Ice Core: 10Be, 26Al, and 36Cl
ATM 9707492
05/16/1997–08/31/1999
(OPP) $151,800
University of California–Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-7450
Kunihiko Nishiizumi

Delta and Deuterium Excess in the Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP2) Ice Core
OPP 9321564
06/21/1994–06/30/1998
(OPP) $88,723
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
James W. White

Extraction and Analysis of Methyl Bromide in Greenland Ice Cores
ATM 9707535
07/09/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $90,000 (ATM) $40,000
University of Miami–School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Miami, Florida 33149-1098
Eric S. Saltzman

Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP2)–Science Management Office (1997–1999)
OPP 9614503
11/27/1996–11/30/1997
(OPP) $55,757
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire 03824-3525
Paul A. Mayewski

History of Forcing Significance of Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP2) Record
ATM 9706921
09/18/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $100,000
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire 03824-3525
Paul A. Mayewski

Nested General Circulation Model (GCM)/Mesoscale Model Studies of Large, Rapid Holocene and Late-Glacial Climate Changes: Synthesis with the Greenland Ice Core Records: Collaborative Research
OPP 9614927
04/24/1997–05/31/1999
(OPP) $124,256
Penn State University–University Park
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
Richard B. Alley

OPP 9614907
04/24/1997–05/31/1999
(OPP) $84,514
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131
Peter J. Fawcett

Relationships Between Air and Snow Chemistry in Winter at Summit, Greenland: Cooperative Research
OPP 9530818
09/18/1996–08/31/1997
(OPP) $4,000
University of California–Irvine
Irvine, California 92717
Donald R. Blake

Tephrochronolgy of the Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP2) Ice Core
OPP 9423441
04/20/1995–03/31/1998
(OPP) $5,000
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire 03824-3525
Gregory A. Zielinski

The Record of Cosmogenic In Situ and Atmospheric 14C in the Greenland Ice Sheet Project (GISP2) Ice Core
OPP 9530897
09/10/1996–08/31/1999
(OPP) $5,000
University of California–San Diego
San Diego, California 92093-0220
Devendra Lal

A Hierarchic Geographic Information System (GIS) for Studies of Process, Pattern and Scale in Arctic Ecosystems
OPP 9318530
06/14/1994–05/31/1999
(OPP) $119,827
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
Donald A. Walker

A Regional Model of the Arctic Land–Atmosphere System
OPP 9318533
07/01/1994–05/31/1998
(OPP) $106,110
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7740
Gunter E. Weller

Active Layer/Landscape Interactions: A Retrospective and Contemporary Approach in Arctic Alaska
OPP 9612647
05/28/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $167,715(ATM) $19,268
SUNY–Albany
Albany, New York 12222
Frederick E. Nelson

Arctic System Science (ARCSS) Land–Atmosphere–Ice Interactions (LAII) Science Management Office
OPP 9614135
12/11/1996–12/31/1998
(OPP) $109,994
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7740
Gunter E. Weller

Arctic–Boreal Transects: Synthesis of Information on the Effects of Climate and Vegetation Diversity on Ecosystem and Global Processes
OPP 9523396
09/20/1995–08/31/1998
(OPP) $7,050
University of California–Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-3140
F. Stuart Chapin

Attaining Ecological Understanding at the Regional Level: The Kuparuk River as a Model Arctic System
OPP 9318529
05/17/1994–05/31/1998
(OPP) $94,851
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
John E. Hobbie

Belowground Carbon Sources and Sinks in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems
OPP 9615942
03/31/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $247,285
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
Knute J. Nadelhoffer

Biodiversity Consequences of Global Climate Change
DEB 9711621
09/04/1997–09/30/2000
(OPP) $45,000 (Arctic funding component only)
University of Kansas–Main Campus
Lawrence, Kansas 66045
A. Townse Peterson

CO2 and Methane Fluxes by Ecosystem Type and Long-Term Feedback Relationships with the Atmosphere
OPP 9318531
07/01/1994–05/31/1998
(OPP) $64,936
University of California–Irvine
Irvine, California 92697-3100
William S. Reeburgh

OPP 9318532
07/01/1994–12/31/1998
(OPP) $103,641
University of California–Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-3140
F. Stuart Chapin

Climatic and Vegetational Oscillations during the Last Glacial–Interglacial Transition in Alaska
ATM 9619583
03/19/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $79,175
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Feng S. Hu

Comparative Responses of Moist and Dry Arctic Tundra to Altered Snow and Temperature Regimes
OPP 9400083
07/13/1994–06/30/1998
(OPP) $114,171
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
Marilyn D. Walker

OPP 9617643
09/24/1996–08/31/2000
(OPP) $120,796
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming 82071-3354
Jeffrey M. Welker

Detection of Heat and Moisture Movement in the Upper Permafrost, Northern Alaska
OPP 9529783
05/13/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $66,483
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221
Kenneth M. Hinkel

Effects of Climate Change and Sea Level Rise on Trophic Dynamics and Ecosystem Processes of the Coastal Tundra Ecosystem, the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska
OPP 9214970
08/19/1993–01/31/1999
(OPP) $278,036
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7000
James S. Sedinger

Effects of Increased Season Length on Plant Phenology, Community Composition, Productivity, and Ecosystem Carbon Fluxes in Alaskan Tundra: Implications for Climate Warming
OPP 9321626
07/20/1994–08/31/1997
(OPP) $11,400
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33199
Steven F. Oberbauer

OPP 9615845
11/29/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $94,858
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33199
Steven F. Oberbauer

Evolutionary Response of Arctic Plant Populations to Climate Change
OPP 9321917
07/05/1994–06/30/1998
(OPP) $78,209
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-0180
Kent E. Schwaegerle

Hydrologic Analyses of Nested Watersheds in the Siberian Arctic
EAR 9614387
01/29/1997–01/31/1999
(OPP) $108,850 (EAR) $108,850 (INT) $24,300
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5860
Larry D. Hinzman

Hydrologic Linkages with Arctic Freshwater and Terrestrial Systems
OPP 9318535
06/01/1994–05/31/1999
(OPP) $220,018
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5860
Douglas L. Kane

Land–Atmosphere–Ice Interactions (LAII) Flux Study: CO2 and Methane Fluxes by Ecosystem Type and Long-Term Feedback Relationships with the Atmosphere
OPP 9318534
07/01/1994–05/31/1998
(OPP) $87,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775
Chien-Lu Ping

Large Area Estimates of Carbon Fluxes in Arctic Landscapes
OPP 9318527
06/01/1994–12/31/1998
(OPP) $306,644
San Diego State University Foundation
San Diego, California 92182-4614
Walter C. Oechel

Primary Production in Arctic Ecosystems: Interacting Mechanisms of Adjustment to Climate Change
OPP 9415411
04/10/1995–03/31/1998
(OPP) $192,750
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
Edward B. Rastetter

Relationships between Air and Snow Chemistry in Winter at Summit, Greenland: Cooperative Research
OPP 9530575
09/18/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $11,108
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona 85721
Roger C. Bales

OPP 9530579
09/24/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $36,865
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire 03824-3525
Jack E. Dibb

Response of Arctic Tundra to Variation of Temperature
OPP 9714103
07/14/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $201,003
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1312
Patrick J. Webber

Study of Photoplastic Effect on Ice
DMR 9413362
01/03/1995–05/30/1998
(OPP) $25,000 (DMR) $60,000
Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-8000
Victor F. Petrenko

Terrestrial Ecology and Global Change (TECO): Patterns and Controls of Temporal Variation in CO2 Sequestration and Loss in Arctic Ecosystems
DEB 9730004
09/24/1997–09/30/1998
(OPP) $250,000 (Arctic funding component only)
San Diego State University Foundation
San Diego, California 92182-4614
Walter C. Oechel

Terrestrial Ecology and Global Change (TECO): The Role of Wildfire in Alaska: Experimental and Regional Approaches to Improved Understanding of Boreal Feedbacks to Climate (FROSTFIRE)
DEB 9728963
09/16/1997–08/31/2000
(DEB) $1,200,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 94720-3140
F. Stuart Chapin

The Distribution of O2 in Air: Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle
ATM 9523696
03/21/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $15,000 (Arctic funding component)
(ATM) $70,021 (OCE) $55,000
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, Rhode Island 02882
Michael L. Bender

The Role of Snow Cover and Its Distribution in Governing Heat and Mass Exchange in the Arctic
OPP 9415386
09/29/1994–08/31/1998
(OPP) $146,145
U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-0170
Matthew Sturm

Variations in Circumpolar Frozen Ground Conditions and Model Scenarios of Future Conditions: Collaborative Research
OPP 9614537
12/17/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $93,195
SUNY–Albany
Albany, New York 12222
Frederick E. Nelson

OPP 9614557
12/17/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $100,649
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0449
Roger G. Barry

A Hydrographic Tracer Study of the Canadian Archipelago Outflow from the Arctic Ocean
OPP 9708420
05/16/1997–05/31/1999
(OPP) $232,546
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5503
Kelly K. Falkner

Analysis of Arctic Ice Draft Profiles Obtained by Submarines
OPP 9634513
08/26/1996–07/31/1999
(OPP) $82,500
U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Walter B. Tucker

Applications of Small Research Aircraft to Understanding Horizontal Inhomogeneities in Surface Fluxes for the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA)
OPP 9701523
06/16/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $78,187
NOAA–Air Resources Laboratory
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831-2456
Steven B. Brooks

OPP 9701880
06/06/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $40,457
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0311
James A. Maslanik

Contemporary Water and Constituent Balances for the Pan-Arctic Drainage System: Continent to Coastal Ocean Fluxes
OPP 9524740
09/11/1995–08/31/1999
(OPP) $59,987
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
Bruce J. Peterson

Dense Water Transport off Arctic Continental Shelves: Numerical Studies of Shelf-Basin Interaction
OPP 9422292
04/12/1995–03/31/1998
(OPP) $74,626 (OCE) $74,626
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
Glen G. Gawarkiewicz

Deployment of Surface-Based, Active Remote Sensors during Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA)
OPP 9701730
05/19/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $188,660
NOAA–Environmental Research Laboratory
Boulder, Colorado 80303-3328
Taneil Uttal

Determining the Internal Pack Ice Stress and Its Relationship to Ice Deformation During Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA)
OPP 9707375
07/07/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $50,622
U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Jacqueline A. Richter-Menge

Development of a 3-D Sea Ice Model for Climate Applications
OPP 9614492
04/03/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $103,842
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0429
Judith A. Curry

Development of a Sample, Lightweight Cloud/Radiation Instrumentation Package and Balloon Platform for Deployment at the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Ice Camp
OPP 9504356
08/17/1995–07/31/1998
(OPP) $42,693
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Knut Stamnes

Documenting, Understanding, and Predicting the Aggregate Scale Surface Radiation Flux for the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA): Collaborative Research
OPP 9701757
05/22/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $41,108
Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts 02118-1401
Jeffrey R. Key

OPP 9703127
05/21/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $176,692
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0429
Judith A. Curry

Evaluating Heat Exchange Between Arctic Leads and Underlying Water of Adjacent Ice by Be-7 Measurements
OPP 9701067
05/20/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $66,059
University of Miami–School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Miami, Florida 33149
David C. Kadko

Experimental and Theoretical Study of Crack Dynamics in Sea Ice: Collaborative Research
OPP 9707052
08/28/1997–08/31/1999
(CMS) $119,261
Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-8000
Victor F. Petrenko

OPP 9726412
08/28/1997–08/31/1999
(CMS) $83,452
Tufts University
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Mark L. Kachanov

Explicit Modeling of the Summertime Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Sea Ice Pack: Collaborative Research
OPP 9701592
06/09/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $10,828
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
Michael Steele

OPP 9701990
06/09/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $35,500
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena, California 91109
Benjamin Holt

OPP 9702040
06/09/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $6,125
U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-1290
Mark Hopkins

Hydrography of the Canada Basin
OPP 9709130
06/13/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $317,239
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0214
James H. Swift

Investigations of the Western Arctic: Transport and Water Properties in the Bering Strait and Over the Chukchi Shelf
OPP 9219847
05/27/1993–11/30/1997
(OCE) $15,103
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
Knut Aagaard

Marine Terrestrial Variability of the Labrador Sea Region over Decadal to Millennial Time Scales
ATM 9709918
09/03/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $119,702 (EAR) $8,404
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
Jonathan T. Overpeck

Measurement of Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) Samples Collected from the Eastern Eurasian Basin on Polarstern Cruise Ark XI/1
OPP 9615312
12/11/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $105,000 (OCE) $105,000
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
William M. Smethie

Measuring, Parameterizing, and Modeling Atmospheric Surface Fluxes During Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA)
OPP 9701390
06/18/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $37,527
Naval Postgraduate School
Monterey, California 93943-5114
Peter S. Guest

OPP 9701766
05/16/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $134,601
NOAA–Environmental Research Laboratory
Boulder, Colorado 80303
C. W. Fairall

OPP 9702025
05/16/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $68,204
U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Edgar L. Andreas

Modeling the Effects of Leads upon the Atmosphere and the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA)
OPP 9702583
04/23/1997–04/30/2000
(OPP) $89,925
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
Steven Krueger

Northern Research Basins Workshop
OPP 9614368
12/02/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $22,959
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5860
Douglas L. Kane

Observations of Ice–Ocean Momentum and Heat Fluxes at the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Ice-Camp
OPP 9701797
06/11/1997–05/31/1998
(OCE) $196,378
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0213
Robert Pinkel

Regional Ice Thickness Distributions for Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA)
OPP 9701514
05/27/1997–04/30/1998
(OPP) $86,304
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
Ronald W. Lindsay

Science Support for U.S.–Canada–Japan Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Projects in the Arctic
OPP 9714630
05/22/1997–05/31/1999
(OPP) $500,000
Department of Navy–Office of Naval Research
Arlington, Virginia 22217
Randall S. Jacobson

Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Logistics Support
OPP 9714349
05/27/1997–05/31/1999
(OPP) $796,612
Department of Navy–Office of Naval Research
Arlington, Virginia 22217-5660
Michael L. Van Woert

Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Project Office
OPP 9505093
06/28/1995–12/31/1997
(OPP) $49,745
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
Richard E. Moritz

Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Project Office, Phase 2
OPP 9720144
06/30/1997–06/30/1999
(OPP) $375,601 (OCE) $100,000
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
Richard E. Moritz

Surface Heat Budget of the North Water Polynya
OPP 9708045
08/11/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $123,042
University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida 33149-1098
Peter J. Minnett

Temporal Remote Sensing of Seasonal Inundation and Ice Breakup on Arctic Russian Rivers: Controls on Water, Sediment, and Nutrient Delivery to the Arctic Ocean
OPP 9708997
07/29/1997–07/31/1999
(OPP) $176,162
University of California–Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-1524
Laurence C. Smith

Tethered Balloon Measurements of Cloud–Radiation–Sea Ice Interactions at the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (SHEBA) Ice Camp: An Integrated Experimental and Modeling Study: Collaborative Research
OPP 9701840
06/02/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $30,000
University of California–SD Scripps Institute
La Jolla, California 92093-0221
Dan Lubin

OPP 9703126
06/02/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $350,082
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 40292
Knut Stamnes

OPP 9703565
06/02/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $76,185
University of Nevada–Desert Research Institute
Reno, Nevada 89506
Randolph D. Borys

The Role of the Arctic Ocean in Global Climate: Identifying the Ice Export from the Arctic Ocean into the Greenland Sea During the Last 300 kA by IRF Tracers
OPP 9614451
01/22/1997–01/31/1999
(OPP) $249,953
Old Dominion Research Foundation
Norfolk, Virginia 23529-0276
Dennis A. Darby

The Science Experiment Project (SCICEX) Ice Thickness Distribution Test Using a U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine as a Research Platform
OPP 9617343
03/27/1997–03/31/2000
(OPP) $136,466 (OCE) $136,465
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
D. Andrew Rothrock

Tritium/He-3 and O-18 Measurements During the Arctic Climate System Study (ACSYS) Expedition
OPP 9530795
04/15/1996–04/30/1999
(OCE) $37,530
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
Peter Schlosser

Upper Ocean Effects on the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic (SHEBA)
OPP 9701383
05/19/1997–04/30/1998
(OCE) $140,849
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
Douglas G. Martinson

OPP 9701391
06/19/1997–05/31/1998
(OCE) $65,000
Naval Postgraduate School
Monterey, California 93943
Timothy P. Stanton

OPP 9701558
05/27/1997–05/31/1998
(OCE) $102,000
McPhee Research
Naches, Washington 98937
Miles G. McPhee

OPP 9701831
05/19/1997–04/30/1998
(OCE) $196,481
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
James H. Morison

Workshop on the Study of Arctic Change in Ocean Circulation
OPP 9712315
08/07/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $31,079
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
James H. Morison

Applied Paleoecology: Vegetation History, Soil Carbon Accumulation and Climatic Interactions of the Peatlands on the North Slope, Alaska
ATM 9416858
07/05/1996–12/31/1998
(OPP) $68,643
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1002
Wendy R. Eisner

Lake Ice Modeling and the Paleoenvironment of the Eastern Canadian Arctic over the Last 21 kA: Collaborative Research
OPP 9614632
11/29/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $98,333
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523
Roger A. Pielke

OPP 9614667
10/31/1996–11/30/1998
(OPP) $130,398
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
John T. Andrews

Late Quaternary Climates of Western Beringia
ATM 9317569
04/20/1994–09/30/1998
(OPP) $133,149
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
Patricia M. Anderson

Late Quaternary Climatic and Vegetation History of the Alaskan North Slope: Part II, Analysis of Paleo Records
ATM 9423392
04/14/1995–03/31/1998
(OPP) $128,000
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-2100
Linda B. Brubaker

Long-Term, High-Resolution Paleoclimate in the Wrangell Mountain Range in Alaska
ATM 9709095
07/31/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $30,000 (EAR) $100,000
Columbia University
New York, New York 10964-8000
Gordon C. Jacoby

Paleoclimate (O to > 14 kA) of W and NW Iceland, A Comparison of Lake and Near-Shore Marine Proxy Records: A U.S.–Iceland Contribution to Paleoclimates from Arctic Lakes and Estuaries (PALE)
ATM 9531397
04/22/1996–04/30/1999
(OPP) $119,607
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
John T. Andrews

Paleoenvironmental Reconstructions and Paleoclimate Implications for the Last Interglacial and the 40 to 10 kA Time Windows in the Eastern Canadian Arctic
ATM 9708418
08/04/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $50,000 (EAR) $50,000
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0250
Gifford H. Miller

Paleoenvironmental Time Series From Postglacial Lake Basins on Kola Peninsula, Russia: Collaborative Research
ATM 9632926
05/06/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $60,670
University of California–Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-1524
Glen M. MacDonald

ATM 9796013
07/01/1996–06/30/1999
(OPP) $87,323
University of Illinois–Chicago
Chicago, Illinois 60680-6998
Steven L. Forman

Paleohydrology Across Central Alaska: A Multiproxy Approach to Lake-Level Records: Collaborative Research
ATM 9707398
07/28/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $35,454
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775
Bruce P. Finney

ATM 9707625
07/28/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $80,000 (EAR) $33,268
University of Massachusetts–Amherst
Amherst, Massachusetts 01003-5820
Mark B. Abbott

Paloeclimates from Arctic Lakes and Estuaries (PALE) Steering Committee, Data Coordination, and Community Radiocarbon Dating
ATM 9526384
08/07/1995–08/31/1998
(OPP) $130,421 (ATM) $45,144
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0250
Gifford H. Miller

Quaternary Paleoclimatic Variations of Beringia: Large-Scale Controls and Regional Responses
ATM 9532074
04/16/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $83,567
University of Oregon–Eugene
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Patrick J. Bartlein

Research Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $19,715 (Other) $661
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

Scientific Meetings and Panel Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $10,643
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

U.S. Support for Central Scientific Coordination and Integration Activities of the International Geosphere–Biosphere Programme (IGBP)
OCE 9320648
09/30/1993–08/31/1998
(OPP) $34,912 (Arctic funding component only)
International Geosphere
Stockholm, Z-Sweden
Chris G. Rapley

OCE 9619897
09/29/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $69,292 (Arctic funding component only)
International Geosphere
Stockholm, Z-Sweden
Chris G. Rapley

ARCTIC SOCIAL SCIENCES AND EDUCATION


A Directory of Arctic Social Scientists
OPP 9422303
10/14/1997–01/31/1997
(OPP) $2,999
Individual Award
Arlington, Pennsylvania 17011-4355
Ernest S. Burch, Jr.

Alaska Native Science Commission
OPP 9527788
04/12/1996–02/28/1998
(OPP) $92,469
Alaska Federation of Natives
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Dorothy M. Larson

An Archaeological Resource Dilemma in Perspective: Values and Practices on St. Lawrence Island
OPP 9633760
07/26/1996–07/31/1998
(OPP) $9,965
Indiana University–Bloomington
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
Richard Wilk

Athabaskan–Eyak–Tlingit Comparative Lexical Database
SBER 9410909
04/21/1995–04/30/1998
(OPP) $36,054 (SBER) $36,054
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7680
Jeffry A. Leer

Conference: Northern Native Communities Development
OPP 9725719
07/29/1997–07/31/1998
(OPP) $36,320
University of Alaska–Anchorage
Anchorage, Alaska 99508-4614
Victor Fischer

Dissertation Grant: The Dynamics of Memory and History in a Former Soviet Penal Colony: An Anthrohistorical Study of Magadan, Siberia
OPP 9707960
06/17/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $15,000
Columbia University
New York, New York 10027
David C. Koester

Dissertation Improvement Grant: A Comparative Analysis of Inuit Mortuary Practices from Prehistoric Times to the Influences of Christianity
OPP 9614714
12/17/1996–11/30/1997
(OPP) $9,845
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 48824-1118
Lynne G. Goldstein

Dissertation Improvement Grant: Home Watching TV: Traditional Knowledge and Social Change in the Kluane Region of Canada's Yukon Territory
OPP 9614319
01/21/1997–12/31/1997
(OPP) $10,000
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Katherine Verdery

Dissertation Improvement Grant: Subsistence Economy and Labrador Inuit Culture Change
OPP 9616802
01/15/1997–12/31/1998
(OPP) $20,000
CUNY Hunter College
New York, New York 10021
Thomas H. McGovern

Dissertation Research: An Examination of Lithic Technology during the Transition from Late Pleistocene to Modern Environments in the
Upper Kolyma Region, Western Beringia
OPP 9612532
08/02/1996–06/30/1998
(OPP) $8,012
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
Donald K. Grayson

Dissertation Research: Cancer at Point Hope, Alaska: Science and the Politics of Knowledge
SBER 9713961
06/24/1997–06/30/1998
(SBER) $7,000
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona 85287
Stephen S. Kulis

Dissertation Research: The Organization of Complexity: A Study of Late Prehistoric Village Organization in the Eastern Aleutian Region
OPP 9629992
07/05/1996–05/31/1998
(OPP) $8,265
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Herbert D. Maschner

Doctoral Dissertation Research: Aging and Intergeneration Family Dynamics in Copper Inuit Community
OPP 9618271
12/19/1996–12/31/1997
(OPP) $10,000
Penn State University–University Park
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
Patricia Draper

Early Prehistoric Occupation of Southwestern Alaska
OPP 9614995
03/05/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $28,910
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington 99164
Robert E. Ackerman

Historical Dimensions of Sustainability in the North Atlantic ca. 2000 BP–Present
OPP 9523529
09/24/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $72,702
CUNY Hunter College
New York, New York 10021
Thomas H. McGovern

Identification of Historic Photographs from Northwest Greenland
OPP 9707905
05/21/1997–05/31/1998
(OPP) $3,500
Bowdoin College
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Genevieve M. LeMoine

Information Dissemination Activities for Women and Girls (IDA/WG): Alaska Women in Science
HRD 9552947
09/15/1995–08/31/1998
(OSR) $1,372
KCAW–FM Raven Radio
Sitka, Alaska 99835
Ken Fate

Integrating Traditional and Scientific Knowledge in Large Mammal Research
OPP 9709971
06/19/1997–06/30/1999
(OPP) $54,802
Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-3577
Nicholas E. Flanders

Research Support
OPP 9615900
08/05/1996–07/31/1997
(OPP) $7,200
Old Dominion Research Foundation
Norfolk, Virginia 23529-0090
Carole L. Seyfrit

Late Prehistoric and Ipiutak Settlements in the Brooks Range
OPP 9413112
08/15/1994–07/31/1998
(OPP) $34,420 (OSR) $33,310
SUNY–Brockport
Brockport, New York 12201
Richard E. Reanier

Late Quaternary Paleoecology and Archeology of Alaska's Alexander Archipelago
SBER 9722858
07/30/1997–06/30/2000
(OPP) $9,975 (SBER) $100,000
Denver Museum of Natural History
Denver, Colorado 80205-5798
E. James Dixon

North Atlantic Biocultural Coordination and Research Project
OPP 9222956
04/12/1993–09/30/1998
(OPP) $130,428
CUNY Hunter College
New York, New York 10021
Thomas H. McGovern

Occupational, Educational and Residential Choices of Arctic Youth: Longitudinal Comparison of High School Aspirations and Young Adult Behaviors
OPP 9319921
04/14/1994–09/30/1998
(OPP) $108,802
Old Dominion Research Foundation
Norfolk, Virginia 23508-0369
Garland F. White

Population Contact and the Spread of the 1918–1919 Influenza Pandemic in the Central Subarctic
SBER 9615945
06/01/1997–05/31/2000
(OPP) $10,000 (SBER) $23,634
University of Missouri–Columbia
Columbia, Missouri 65211
Lisa Sattenspiel

Preparation of Internet Profiles on NSF Arctic Social Science Projects for Presentation on the Arctic Studies Center's Web Site
OPP 9632174
05/28/1996–05/31/1997
(OPP) $2,000
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, District of Columbia 20560
William W. Fitzhugh

Qamani II: Toponyms and Site Information Regarding Lands Along the Tapqaq and Saniniq Coasts and In Bering Land Bridge National Preserve
OPP 9708443
07/18/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $74,940
Shishmaref Native Corporation
Shishmaref, Alaska 99577
Susan W. Fair

Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System Development for Archaeological, Ecological, and Geomorphological Reconnaissance on the Peninsula
OPP 9630072
07/08/1996–06/30/1999
(OPP) $88,949
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Herbert D. Maschner

Symposium: Ioann Veniaminov in Alaska and Siberia and His Contributions to Arctic Social Science, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, December 5–7, 1997
OPP 9709326
04/24/1997–03/31/1999
(OPP) $10,000 (INT) $10,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7720
Lydia T. Black

Social Structure, Agreement, and Conflict in Groups in Extreme and Isolated Environments: A Cross-Cultural Comparison: Collaborative Research
OPP 9530404
05/07/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $5,000 (Arctic funding component)
(SBER) $10,000
East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina 27834
Jeffrey C. Johnson

OPP 9610231
05/07/1997–03/31/1998
(OPP) $5,000 (Arctic funding component)
(SBER) $10,000
University of California–San Diego
San Diego, California 92037-0807
Lawrence A. Palinkas

OPP 9796301
06/15/1997–04/31/2001
(OPP) $5,000 (Arctic funding component)
(SBER) $10,000
University of Connecticut
Storrs, Connecticut 06269
James S. Boster

U.S.–Russia Joint Collaborative Research: Y Chromosome Variation in Native Human Populations of Siberia
OPP 9423429
08/18/1995–07/31/1998
(OPP) $24,000
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona 85721
Michael F. Hammer

Visiting Professorships for Women (VPW): Yup'ik Conception of Wellness
HRD 9627078
08/28/1996–08/31/1998
(HRD) $16,856
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 94305
Penelope M. Cordes

Western Aleutians Archaeological Paleobiological Project
OPP 9614472
01/27/1997–01/31/1998
(OPP) $96,333
University of Kansas–Main Campus
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7501
Dixie West

Western Arctic Whale Hunting Societies: Origins, Development Environmental Responses, and Contemporary Sociocultural Dimensions–Sociocultural Component
OPP 9634538
09/10/1996–08/31/1998
(OPP) $17,267
University of Alaska–Anchorage
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Roger K. Harritt

Workshop to Coordinate Projects Among Environmental and Cultural Researchers in Kamchatka, Russia, March 1997
OPP 9707060
03/28/1997–02/28/1998
(OPP) $3,651 (INT) $3,651
Columbia University
New York, New York 10027
David C. Koester

Workshop: Aleutian Research Consortium
OPP 9714926
08/06/1997–07/31/1999
(OPP) $40,476
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Herbert D. Maschner

Yup'ik Elders in Museums: Central Yup'ik Indigenous Knowledge Project
OPP 9615086
01/07/1997–12/31/1998
(OPP) $89,193
Association of Village Council Presidents
Bethel, Alaska 99516
Ann Fienup-Riordan

Yup'ik Women, Yup'ik Families: A Comparative Study of Siberian Yup'ik and St. Lawrence Island Yup'ik Family Life
OPP 9796084
01/15/1997–12/31/1998
(OPP) $105,534
Indiana University–Bloomington
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
Carol Z. Jolles

A Scientific Group Communications and Collaborative Testbed for Upper Atmospheric Research
ESI 9216848
09/02/1993–02/28/1998
(IRI) $250,329
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1092
Daniel E. Atkins

Adapting Yup'ik Elders' Knowledge: Pre-K–to–6 Math and Instructional Materials Development
ESI 9618099
03/07/1997–05/31/1998
(ESI) $373,749
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-0900
Jerry Lipka

Alaska Native/Rural Education Consortium for Systemic Integration of Indigenous and Western Scientific Knowledge
DESR 9554466
09/26/1995–08/31/2000
(DESR) $2,000,000
Alaska Federation of Natives
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Dorothy M. Larson

Partners in Science: To Further Math and Science Learning in Grades K–12 in the Fairbanks North Start Borough School District
REC 9618276
02/24/1997–01/31/1998
(RED) $519,034
Fairbanks North Star Borough
Fairbanks, Alaska 99707-1250
Nicholas Stayrook

Project on Leading Alaska Reform in Science (POLARIS)
ESI 9454390
10/12/1994–10/31/1997
(ESI) $537,628
Anchorage School District
Anchorage, Alaska 99519-6614
Robert M. Nanney

Rural Alaskan Environmental Education Program
DUE 9553680
07/14/1995–09/30/1998
(DUE) $100,000
University of Alaska–SE Juneau
Juneau, Alaska 99835
John W. Carnegie

The Earth Systems Program Implementation Project (ESIP)
ESI 9454411
02/13/1995–08/31/1998
(ESI) $390,860
Anchorage School District
Anchorage, Alaska 99508-3498
Judith Hurlburt

Alaska Native Science Commission
OPP 9527788
04/12/1996–02/28/1998
(OPP) $5,000
Alaska Federation of Natives
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Dorothy M. Larson

Integrating Traditional and Scientific Knowledge in Large Mammal Research
OPP 9709971
06/19/1997–06/30/1999
(OPP) $54,801
Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-3577
Nicholas E. Flanders

Research Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $40,064
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

Scientific Meetings and Panel Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $6,941
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

ARCTIC COORDINATION AND I NFORMATION

Research at Undergraduate Institutions (RUI): Ice Scour Disturbance and the Structure of Arctic Bottom Communities
OPP 9321504
06/07/1994–11/30/1998
(OPP) $5,781
San Jose State University Foundation
San Jose, California 95192-0139
Rikk G. Kvitek

Development of a Differential Frost Heave Model: Application to Patterned Ground Formation
OPP 9321405
06/23/1994–06/30/1998
(OPP) $5,000
University of Colorado–Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0424
William B. Krantz

Arctic Environmental Data and Information (AEDI)
OPP 9728364
09/25/1997–09/30/1998
(OPP) $100,000
U.S. Geological Survey–Denver
Denver, Colorado 80208
Douglas R. Posson

Arctic Research Commission (ARC)
OPP 9714570
06/02/1997–09/30/1998
(OPP) $500,000
Arctic Research Commission
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Garrett W. Brass

Support to Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) Staff
OPP 9622318
01/25/1996–12/31/1997
(OPP) $62,051
U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL)
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-1290
David W. Cate

Field Stations and Marine Laboratories (FSML)–An Arctic Winter Residence Facility for the Toolik Field Station, Alaska
DBI 9714094
09/12/1997–08/31/1999
(OPP) $98,000 (BIR) $98,762
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775
Brian M. Barnes

Preparation of the Arctic Science, Engineering, and Education Directory of Awards: Fiscal Year 1997
OPP Purchase Order
10/1/97–2/28/98
(OPP) $12,000
JLM Associates, Inc.
Rockville, Maryland 20853
Joy L. Motheral

Publication Costs
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $29,578
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

Support for the Arctic Logistics Information Access Service (ALIAS)
OPP 9200919
09/27/1993–12/30/1996
(OPP) $15,118
Capital Systems Group, Inc.
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Raj N. Shah

OPP Purchase Order
10/01/1997–09/30/98
(OPP) $14,091
JLM Associates, Inc.
Rockville, Maryland 20853
Joy L. Motheral


ARCTIC R ESEARCH S UPPORT

A Conductivity Temperature Depth (CTD)/ Hydrographic Section Across the Arctic Ocean
OPP 9322546
04/01/1994–09/30/1997
(OPP) $29,250
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98105-6698
Knut Aagaard

Continuing Operation of a Magnetometer Array on the Greenland Ice Cap (MAGIC) to Investigate Propagating Ionospheric Current Systems for Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM)
ATM 9501380
05/11/1995–05/30/1999
(OPP) $86,976 (ATM) $43,024
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2143
Vladimir O. Papitashvili

Research Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $1,434
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

Publication Costs
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $1,593
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, VA 22230
Arctic Science Section

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Site: Summer Internships in Space Physics and Aeronomy
ATM 9709085
06/12/1997–06/30/1998
(OPP) $5,000 (ATM) $24,000
University of Alaska–Fairbanks
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Roger W. Smith


ARCTIC LOGISTICS

Logistic and Engineering Support by the Polar Ice Coring Office (PICO)
OPP 9423042
08/30/1994–08/31/1999
(OPP) $3,222,025 (Arctic funding component only)
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0135
Karl C. Kuivinen


Scientific Meetings and Panel Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $48,540 (OCE) $4,594
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section


OTHER ARCTIC RESEARCH S UPPORT

Major Research Instrumentation: Development of a Polar Network of Cosmic Ray Observatories
OPP 9724293
09/04/1997–08/31/2000
(OPP) $600,000 (MRI) $600,000
Bartol Research Institute
Newark, Delaware 19716
John W. Bieber

Major Research Instrumentation: Panel Meeting Support
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $1,822
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

Major Research Instrumentation: Temperature Reconstruction by Stable Isotope Analysis of Ice Cores from the Poles to the Tropics
OPP 9724416
08/28/1997–08/31/1998
(OPP) $199,200
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1002
Lonnie G. Thompson

Life in Extreme Environments (LExEn): Ecology of Microbial Systems in Extreme Environments: The Role of Nanoflagellates in Cold and Nutrient-Poor Arctic Freshwaters
OPP 9714327
09/04/1997–08/31/2000
(OPP) $200,000 (DEB) $100,000
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543
John E. Hobbie

Life in Extreme Environments (LExEn): Longevity and Diversity of Microorganisms Entrapped in Tropical and Polar Ice Cores
OPP 9714206
09/04/1997–09/30/2000
(OPP) $240,005 (DEB) $100,000
Ohio State University Research Foundation
Columbus, Ohio 43210
John N. Reeve

Life in Extreme Environments (LExEn): The Snow Alga Chlamydomonas Nivalis: Photosynthesis Under the Greatest Extremes of High Light, UV-B Radiation and Low Temperature on Earth
IBN 9714268
09/15/1997–08/31/2000
(OPP) $15,015 (IBN) $200,000
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming 82071-3434
Thomas C. Vogelmann

NSF's Modeling Institutions of Excellence Competition
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $105,000
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

NSF's Recognition Awards for Integration of Research and Education
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $67,333
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

NSF Administrative Costs
OPP N/A
Fiscal Year 1997
(OPP) $44,132
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs
Arlington, Virginia 22230
Arctic Science Section

 


 

INDEX OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS

A

Aagaard, Knut 22, 33
Abbott, Mark B. 25
Ackerman, Robert E. 28
Albert, Mary R. 13
Alley, Richard B. 17
Anderson, Patricia M. 25
Andreas, Edgar L. 23
Andrews, John T. 15, 25
Annett, Cynthia A. 6
Anthes, Richard 16, 17
Arnoldy, Roger L. 1
Ashjian, Carin J. 10
Atkins, Daniel E. 30
Azam, Farooq 12

B

Baker, Kile B. 3
Bales, Roger C. 20
Barnes, Brian M. 32
Barry, Roger G. 21
Bartlein, Patrick J. 9, 26
Bender, Michael L. 20
Bering, Edgar A. 3
Berkey, Frank T. 1, 2
Bieber, John W. 1, 35
Binaut, Thomas L. 15
Biscaye, Pierre E. 8
Black, Lydia T. 29
Blake, Donald R. 17
Boersma, P. Dee 7
Bond, Gerard C. 11
Borys, Randolph D. 24
Boster, James S. 29
Brass, Garrett W. 32
Brigham-Grette, Julie 9
Bristow, William A. 1
Bromwich, David H. 5, 13
Brooks, Steven B. 21
Brozena, John M. 8
Brubaker, Linda B. 25
Burch, Jr., Ernest S. 27

C

Campbell, Robert G. 10
Carey, Steven 10
Carnegie, John W. 30
Cate, David W. 32
Cates, Rex G. 6
Chao, Shenn-Yu 11
Chapin, F. Stuart 6, 7, 18, 20
Chayes, Dale N. 10
Christensen, John P. 10
Chu, Liang T. 3
Cochran, James R. 10
Collins, Richard L. 2
Conde, Mark 2
Conway, Howard 14
Cordes, Penelope M. 29
Costa, Daniel P. 7
Curry, Judith A. 21, 22

D

Darby, Dennis A. 24
Davidson, Cliff I. 13
Decker, Dwight 4
Deming, Jody W. 5
Deshler, Terry L. 4
Dibb, Jack E. 20
Dixon, E. James 28
Drake, James F. 1
Draper, Patricia 28
Duffy, Lawrence K. 14
Dusenbery, Paul B. 4

E

Echelmeyer, Keith 12
Edwards, Margo H. 10
Eisner, Wendy R. 25
Elfring, Chris 15
Elias, Scott A. 10
Elser, James J. 6
Evenson, Edward B. 14

F

Fair, Susan W. 29
Fairall, C. W. 23
Falkner, Kelly K. 5, 12, 21
Fate, Ken 28
Fawcett, Peter J. 17
Fejer, Bela G. 2
Fienup-Riordan, Ann 30
Finney, Bruce P. 25
Fischer, Victor 27
Fitzhugh, William W. 29
Fitzpatrick, Joan J. 14
Flanders, Nicholas E. 16, 28, 31
Foltz, David W. 7
Forman, Steven L. 14, 25
Freckman, Diana W. 7
Freymueller, Jeffrey 8
Fritts, David C. 1
Fulker, David W. 5

G

Garwood, Roland W. 11
Gawarkiewicz, Glen G. 21
Gerber, Hermann E. 3
Goldstein, Lynne G. 27
Gosse, John C. 8
Grayson, Donald K. 27
Greenwald, Raymond A. 3
Guest, Peter S. 23
Guzdar, Parvez 3

H

Hacking, Mike 12
Hall, Michael J. 4
Hallet, Bernard 8, 9
Hammer, Michael F. 29
Hardin, Perry J. 12
Harrison, William D. 13
Harritt, Roger K. 30
Hecht, James H. 2
Hinkel, Kenneth M. 19
Hinzman, Larry D. 19
Hobbie, John E. 6, 7, 18, 35
Hobbs, Peter V. 5
Holbrook, W. S. 10
Holt, Benjamin 22
Hooke, Roger 14
Hopkins, Mark 22
Hu, Feng S. 19
Hughes, Malcolm K. 16
Hughes, W. Jeffre 3
Humphrey, Neil F. 13
Hunt, George L. 7
Hurlburt, Judith 30
Hynes, James T. 5

J

Jacobel, Robert W. 13
Jacobson, Randall S. 23
Jacoby, Gordon C. 25
Jennings, Anne 14
Johnson, Jeffrey C. 29
Jolles, Carol Z. 30

K

Kachanov, Mark L. 22
Kadko, David C. 22
Kane, Douglas L. 19, 23
Kaufman, Darrell 14
Keeling, Ralph F. 1
Kelly, John D. 2, 4
Key, Jeffrey R. 22
Killeen, Timothy L. 2
Kling, George W. 7
Koester, David C. 27, 30
Krantz, William B. 32
Krimmel, Robert M. 14
Krueger, Steven 23
Kruse, John A. 17
Kuivinen, Karl C. 34
Kulis, Stephen S. 27
Kusky, Timothy M. 8
Kutzbach, John E. 9
Kvitek, Rikk G. 32
Kyle, Philip R. 9

L

Lal, Devendra 18
Lapenis, Andrei 8
Larsen, Miguel F. 2
Larson, Dorothy M. 27, 30, 31
Lawver, Lawrence A. 8
Leer, Jeffry A. 27
LeMoine, Genevieve M. 28
Lewin, Joyce 7
Lindsay, Ronald W. 23
Lipka, Jerry 30
Lubin, Dan 24
Lyons, Lawrence R. 3, 4

M

MacDonald, Glen M. 25
Martinson, Douglas G. 24
Maschner, Herbert D. 28, 29, 30
Maslanik, James A. 21
Matrai, Patricia A. 6
Mayewski, Paul A. 16, 17
McElroy, Michael B. 5
McGovern, Thomas H. 27, 28
McPhee, Miles G. 24
Meier, Mark F. 13
Mikhalevsky, Peter N. 12
Miller, Gifford H. 9, 14, 25, 26
Minnett, Peter J. 24
Morgan, W. J. 9
Morison, James H. 16, 24, 25
Moritz, Richard E. 23
Motheral, Joy L. 32
Munchow, Andreas 17
Murcray, Frank J. 3

N

Nadelhoffer, Knute J. 6, 18
Nanney, Robert M. 30
Nelson, Frederick E. 18, 21
Neshyba, Steven 3
Nishiizumi, Kunihiko 17
Nolin, Anne W. 13

O

Oberbauer, Steven F. 19
Oechel, Walter C. 16, 20
Ogilvie, Astrid 16
Olson, John V. 4
Osterkamp, Thomas E. 9
Overpeck, Jonathan T. 22

P

Palinkas, Lawrence A. 29
Papitashvili, Vladimir O. 1, 33
Peterson, A. Townse 18
Peterson, Bruce J. 21
Petrenko, Victor F. 20, 22
Pfeffer, W. Tad 13, 14
Pfirman, Stephanie L. 12
Pielke, Roger A. 25
Ping, Chien-Lu 20
Pinkel, Robert 23
Pittenger, Richard F. 11
Posson, Douglas R. 32

R

Radtke, Richard L. 7
Ram, Michael 17
Rapley, Chris G. 26
Rastetter, Edward B. 20
Raymond, James A. 8
Rea, David K. 10
Reanier, Richard E. 28
Reeburgh, William S. 18
Reeve, John N. 35
Richter-Menge, Jacqueline A. 21
Ricklefs, Robert E. 6
Rosen, James M. 1
Rosenberg, Theodore J. 4
Rothrock, D. Andrew 24
Ruohoniemi, J. Michael 4

S

Saltzman, Eric S. 17
Sambrotto, Raymond N. 10
Sattenspiel, Lisa 29
Savage, Norman M. 9
Schlosser, Peter 12, 24
Schwaegerle, Kent E. 19
Sedinger, James S. 19
Seyfrit, Carole L. 28
Shaar, Edwin W. 11
Shah, Raj N. 32
Shaw, Ping-Tung 11
She, Chiao-Yao 1
Sheehan, Glenn W. 16
Shepson, Paul B. 5
Shields, Gerald F. 6
Siegel-Causey, Douglas 15
Sivjee, Gulamabas G. 5
Smethie, William M. 23
Smith, Laurence C. 24
Smith, Roger W. 33
Smith, T. D. 11
Sojka, Jan J. 2
Stamnes, Knut 22, 24
Stanton, Timothy P. 24
Stayrook, Nicholas 30
Steele, Michael 22
Strickland, Douglas J. 3
Sturm, Matthew 20
Swenson, Gary R. 4
Swift, James H. 11, 22

T

Tarduno, John A. 9
Thompson, Lonnie G. 12, 35
Thonnard, Norbert 13
Tucker, Walter B. 21

U

Uttal, Taneil 21

V

Valladares, Cesar E. 5
van der Veen, Cornelis J. 14
Van Scoy, Kim A. 10
Van Woert, Michael L. 23
Verdery, Katherine 27
Verdugo, Pedro 11
Vernet, Maria 6
Vogelmann, Thomas C. 35

W

Walker, Donald A. 18
Walker, Marilyn D. 19
Walsh, Ian D. 5
Walsh, John E. 5
Watkins, Brenton J. 2, 4
Wayne, Robert K. 6
Webb, Thompson 9
Webber, Patrick J. 20
Welker, Jeffrey M. 19
Weller, Gunter E. 16, 18
Werner, Bradley 8
West, Dixie 29
Wheeler, Patricia A. 11, 16
White, Garland F. 29
White, James W. 13, 17
Whitledge, Terry E. 7, 8
Wilk, Richard 27
Wingfield, John C. 6

Y

Yager, Patricia L. 11

Z

Zielinski, Gregory A. 18
Zreda, Marek G. 8

 


 

INDEX OF INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS

A

Aerospace Corporation 2
Alaska Federation of Natives 27, 30, 31
Anchorage School District 30
Arctic Research Commission 32
Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS) 16
Arizona State University 6, 27
Association of Village Council Presidents 30

B

Barrow Arctic Science Consortium 16
Bartol Research Institute 1, 35
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences 6, 10
Boston College 4, 5
Boston University 3, 8, 22
Bowdoin College 28
Brigham Young University 6, 12
Brown University 9

C

Capital Systems Group, Inc. 32
Carnegie Mellon University 13
Clemson University 2
Colorado State University 1, 7, 25
Columbia University 8, 10, 11, 12, 23, 24, 25, 27, 30
Computational Physics, Inc. 3
CUNY Hunter College 27, 28

D

Dartmouth College 20, 22, 28, 31
Denver Museum of Natural History 28
Department of Navy-Naval Research Laboratory 8
Department of Navy-Office of Naval Research 23

E

East Carolina University 29

F

Fairbanks North Star Borough 30
Florida International University 19
Florida State University 11
Friday Systems Services, Inc. 15

G

Gerber Scientific, Inc. 3

H

Harvard University 5
Health Research, Inc. 3

I

Indiana University-Bloomington 27, 30
Individual Award 27
International Geosphere 26

J

Jet Propulsion Laboratory 22
JLM Associates, Inc. 32
Johns Hopkins University 1, 3, 4, 27

L

Lehigh University 14
Louisiana State University & A&M College 7

M

Marine Biological Laboratory 6, 7, 18, 20, 21, 35
McPhee Research 24
Michigan State University 20

N

National Academy of Sciences 15
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 4
National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs 15, 26, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35
Naval Postgraduate School 11, 23, 24
Naval Undersea Warfare Center 12
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology 9
North Carolina State University 11

O

Ohio State University Research Foundation 5, 12, 13, 14, 25, 35
Old Dominion Research Foundation 24, 28
Oregon State University 5, 11, 12, 16, 21

P

Penn State University-University Park 17, 28
Princeton University 9
Purdue University Research Foundation 5

R

Rutgers University-New Brunswick 17

S

SAI Science Applications International Corporation 12
Saint Olaf College 13
San Diego State University Foundation 16, 20
San Jose State University Foundation 32
Shishmaref Native Corporation 29
Smithsonian Institution 29
Space Science Institute 4
SRI International 2, 4

T

Texas A&M Research Foundation 11
Tufts University 22

U

U.S. Army Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory (USACRREL) 13, 20, 21, 22, 23, 32
U.S. Geological Survey 14
U.S. Geological Survey-Denver 32
U.S. Geological Survey-Water Resources Division 14
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research 5, 16, 17
University of Alaska-Anchorage 17, 27, 30
University of Alaska-Fairbanks 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 30, 32, 33
University of Alaska-SE Juneau 30
University of Arizona 8, 16, 20, 29
University of California-Berkeley 6, 17, 18
University of California-Irvine 7, 17, 18
University of California-Los Angeles 3, 4, 6, 24, 25
University of California-San Diego 18, 29
University of California-Santa Cruz 7
University of California-SD Scripps Institute 1, 6, 8, 11, 12, 22, 23, 24
University of Cincinnati 19
University of Colorado-Boulder 1, 5, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 25, 26, 32
University of Connecticut 29
University of Denver 3
University of Hawaii-Manoa 7, 10
University of Houston 3
University of Illinois-Chicago 14, 25
University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign 4, 5
University of Kansas-Main Campus 6, 8, 18, 29
University of Maryland-Center for Estuarine Research 11
University of Maryland-College Park 1, 3, 4
University of Massachusetts-Amherst 9, 25
University of Miami 24
University of Miami-School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences 17, 22
University of Michigan 1, 2, 7, 10, 30, 33
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 14, 19
University of Missouri-Columbia 29
University of Missouri-Saint Louis 6
University of Nebraska-Lincoln 15, 34
University of Nevada-Desert Research Institute 24
University of Nevada-Las Vegas 8
University of New Hampshire 1, 16, 17, 18, 20
University of New Mexico 17
University of Oregon-Eugene 9, 26
University of Puget Sound 3
University of Rhode Island 10, 20
University of Rochester 9
University of Tennessee-Knoxville 13
University of Texas-Austin 7, 8
University of Utah 23
University of Washington 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14, 16, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 33
University of Wisconsin-Madison 9, 10, 28, 29, 30
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 27
University of Wyoming 1, 4, 13, 19, 35
Utah State University 2, 14
Utah State University Foundation 1, 2

W

Washington State University 28
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 10, 11, 21