Media & Public Information

The Public Relations team promotes Geophysical Institute faculty, staff and student research activities through print, radio, television and online/social media. Public Relations staff write news releases, function as media liaisons, plan community events and lectures, help create announcements and more.

Aurora Forecast

  • Updated weekly
  • Short-term, one-hour forecast
  • NOAA POES satellite probable visible aurora model

Resources for Media

GI Quarterly Newsletter

Alaska Science Forum

  • Free weekly column in cooperation with the UAF research community
  • Published since the late 1970s

Science for Alaska Lecture Series

  • Weekly lectures in January and February
  • Has been held annually since the early 1990s
  • Available on YouTube and for purchase on DVD

Visiting the Geophysical Institute

  • There will be a self-guided tour brochure available in the lobby of the Elvey building starting this summer. You are welcome to visit the building and take the self-guided tour Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
  • To arrange custom tours for VIPs, school groups, aurora lectures, etc., contact Doreen Hayward.
  • For more information about tours, phone 907-474-7558 or
    email  uaf-gi-public-info@alaska.edu.

News Releases

  • Releases about scientific findings, events, and Geophysical Institute research

Video

  • GI YouTube channel
  • Videos include the Science for Alaska Lecture Series and others
More ongoing GI public relations programs include:

Other offices at the Geophysical Institute also serve the public.

Map Sales

  • Topo maps of Alaska and aerial photography
  • Available in the Akasofu building at UAF's West Ridge, or call 907-474-6960

Design Services

  • Poster printing
  • Web design
  • Graphic design
  • Business cards

Conference Services

On a regular basis, Geophysical Institute faculty host academic meetings both on and off campus in the Fairbanks area. Conferences and special events that bring together leading researchers and highlight the work done at the GI help to establish the institute’s prestige and maintain our status within academia. A small team of GI staff is available to assist in the organization of such events. The protocol outlines how sponsoring faculty and coordinators can work together to ensure conferences and events are planned well. Key elements that must be addressed early on in the planning stages are identified in the protocol. 

Please remember, little can be done in the absence of information. Therefore, coordinators must be privy to the basic information for any given event as soon as possible.  

For more information, browse the Conference Services link to the right, under Explore.

 

 

Calendar of GI Events


 

Protocol

GI Conference Guidelines - A to Z

Below is a list of things to consider when planning your event. Conference coordination assistance is available for most of these items. Please contact the GI Conference Coordinator with questions or to start planning your event.

Abstract Book

Design Services at the GI is available when a conference requires the collection of presenter abstracts and creation of an abstract book. Edited abstracts will need to be collected electronically, in a uniform format for compilation, at least one week prior to the event date. The abstract book will be delivered as an electronic file. Printed abstract books are costly and cannot be revised and redistributed as easily as electronic versions. Requests for printed abstract books will be fulfilled if the content is provided well in advance, at the discretion of Design Services staff.

Administrative Fees

Please consider that it is standard protocol to have support staff present throughout the actual conference events to ensure that every detail and possible snags are addressed. If conference activities fall outside of regular working hours (Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding university holidays), staff may incur overtime pay. It is not assumed that the event coordinator will be able to accommodate all activities scheduled beyond regular business hours. Discuss your staffing needs and expectations early in the planning process to avoid excessive overtime pay or understaffing.

Agenda and Securing Speakers

Though adjustments are expected, a basic layout of conference activities is required to begin making decisions on venue, lodging, transportation and catering. Review information provided in the Conference Services protocol and schedule a meeting with the conference coordinators to start forming your agenda as soon as possible. If you would like to invite executive administrators, like the GI Director or UAF Chancellor, schedule requests need to be submitted to their respective offices well in advance of the event. Please notify the coordinator if you would like assistance in doing this.

Alcoholic Beverages and Entertainment

Funds that are processed by UAF are restricted. Alcohol cannot be purchased using university funds. Similar restrictions may apply to entertainment or activities that are not expressly part of a professional meeting agenda. Registration fee funds can be used to purchase alcohol if it is expressly stated on the registration form or website that fees collected may be used to support events at which alcohol will be served. Debbie Ice in the GI Business Office is the point-of-contact for setting up conference funding – specific measures are required if purchasing alcohol. Speak directly to Debbie or consult the conference coordinator if you plan on having alcoholic beverages at your event or if you plan on providing recreational activity options to your guests.

Budget

It is important to work up a budget at the beginning stages of planning your conference or event. Staff at the GI have a long history of planning events in the Fairbanks area and can provide estimates of typical event costs for a variety of local businesses. Together, coordinating staff and the faculty sponsor can figure out cost estimates by piecing together an agenda. Please be prepared to provide a funding source and leave room in your budget for incidentals. Also, be aware of the restrictions placed on university funds; even if registration fees are collected, they cannot be used to purchase alcoholic beverages once deposited into university accounts. If you have further questions, please see either event coordinators or Debbie Ice in the Business Office.

Business Office

Staff in the GI Business Office are responsible for several key aspects of conference planning. Funding, registration, purchase orders and more will be routed to various personnel for approval, collection and management. Please establish contact with Debbie Ice in the Business Office to prepare your funding source and allocated monies to a Fund 17 account prior to asking the conference coordinator to start working on your event.

Catering

Providing food and beverage to guests is an important consideration when planning any special event. Be aware of special dietary needs/restrictions. When using university funds to host a meal, Representational Allowance forms and purchase orders are required. Contracts are often required for on-campus catering services and sometimes for large group reservations at local restaurants. When using catering from campus facilities at least two week's notice is required to guarantee your food request. Conference coordinators are available to help make catering arrangements.

Dates

Be mindful of other events and holidays when scheduling your conference. For obvious reasons, summer is the preferred season for hosting meetings in Fairbanks. However, reserving space, equipment and personnel resources is very competitive during the peak tourist season. Lodging availability and recreational activities like tours will be difficult to plan without advance notice. Please consult the GI Events Calendar before finalizing your conference dates and speak with the event coordinator if the conference will coincide with another GI event or holiday closure.

Facilities and Venues

The GI is a great place to host conferences and showcase the full spectrum of research underway at the institute. In addition to the Globe Room and GI Auditorium, the adjoining Akasofu Building also offers technologically savvy meeting spaces, and UAF’s Wood Center is large enough for bigger meetings. When considering a meeting space, accurate estimates of attendance will help in the selection process. Coordinators are able to suggest alternative spaces and collect cost estimates for room reservations. Depending on the activities of the conference, transportation, parking, registration, technology, catering and many more details can be addressed by coordinators once the venue is reserved.

Funding

It is the responsibility of the sponsoring faculty to secure funding for the conference or special event. Grant money, donations, co-sponsorships and/or registration fees are all examples of funding sources that GI faculty have used to pay for conference expenses. Make sure that conference coordinators are aware of your funding sources and any restrictions or guidelines that may be placed on using that money. Debbie Ice in the GI Business Office is available to oversee your funding and make sure it is set up correctly as a Fund 17 account. Grant fund and org numbers are required to charge all conference coordination personnel expenses, including overtime.

Gifts

Oftentimes registration fee revenue will cover the cost of ordering imprinted items for an event. If your conference has a logo, coordinators can order pens, notebooks, computer bags, coffee mugs and more to be given to your guests upon arrival at the event. Inform the coordinating staff if you are interested in getting a cost estimate for any particular item or if you are interested in learning what items are available.

Honorariums

University policy provides strict guidelines for giving and receiving honorariums. Consult the GI Business Office in advance of offering any honorarium to ensure that all required paperwork has been submitted.

International Invitations and Guests

The Director’s Office handles the formal invitations and immigration paperwork necessary for international guests.

Last-Minute Requests

The best-made plans often fail to anticipate the small and large issues that come up as the conference date approaches or even after it has begun. Much of the information provided in the GI Conference Protocol list and the details required for the conference form are prompts to help ensure that most work is completed prior to the event in order to have the resources to accommodate any last-minute requests. Reasonable measures will be taken to ensure conferences run smoothly despite late changes to the agenda or unforeseeable events. However, given that staff resources are limited, the turnaround time on last-minute requests may not be immediate. 

Lodging

Though there are many lodging options available in the Fairbanks area, availability may be limited during peak travel seasons or for last-minute requests. If many of your conference guests will be traveling from out of town and staying locally for the duration of the event, consider reserving a block of rooms at a local hotel for better rates and guaranteed availability. GI conference coordinators are available to suggest locations, gather price estimates and start making your arrangements.

Logos

If the event is being co-sponsored by another organization, please indicate whether or not there is a specific logo that should be used. As the hosting institution, the GI and UAF logos will be included where appropriate and/or in place of any missing logo. High-resolution files are required for nametag templates, website design and logo imprint gift items. Be sure that permissions are granted for logo use.

Post-Event Evaluation

Both attendees and event coordinators will be encouraged to submit feedback forms. Conference organizers will be responsible for providing a synopsis of the event to the Director’s Office, reporting on attendance, revenue and outcomes of the conference.

Printing: Posters, Signage & More

Design Services is available for all conference printing and design needs. If you plan on having poster presentations, contact Lynda McGilvary for possible group discounts and guidelines to accommodate your event printing needs. Custom logo design, printed information for distribution and directional signs to post at your event venue all fall under the purview of the design team. Visit the Design Services website for more information.

Publicity

The GI Public Relations staff are available to help publicize and promote your event both on and off campus. Photography, media events, news releases, website resources and print products are all things to consider when organizing an event. Promotion can be focused locally, statewide, nationwide or internationally. Depending on what level of publicity is desired, it may be necessary to begin distributing the information to media outlets early in the planning stages. Please consider contacting GI Public Relations as soon as basic details of the event are established.

Registration

Formal registration for all event attendees is necessary for GI records. Early-bird registration incentives are encouraged so that planning can be based on accurate attendance estimates. Late registration penalties are fiscally responsible since last-minute adjustments to meals, activities and supplies are often costly. Full registration refunds are discouraged; oftentimes commitments to local vendors cannot be altered within a few days of the event. Collecting registration information and registration table responsibilities can be handled by event coordinators if requested by sponsoring faculty.

Representational Allowance Items and Forms

It is university policy that food and gift items require the completion and approval of Representational Allowance forms prior to incurring expense. The form is available through the Conference Services Forms page and the GI Business Office website. Conference coordinators are able to handle form completion along with Purchase Order submission upon the request of the sponsoring faculty.

Sponsoring Faculty and Committees

At least one faculty member is responsible for an event. If there is an additional organization or a committee that is overseeing the funding or planning of the event, those people should also be included in the information provided to the conference coordinator. It is important that all parties involved in the conference planning are in contact with each other from the beginning of the organizational stages. This ensures that even in one person’s absence, the work can continue and that there isn’t miscommunication on who is tackling which tasks.

Supplies and Miscellaneous

Within a reasonable timeframe prior to the event, coordinators are able to supply nametags, notepads, pens and printed materials for conference attendees. The Fairbanks Convention and Visitor’s Bureau can also provide visitor information, including bags, to conference guests when arranged with coordinators.

Technology

Whether the conference takes place at the GI, at another campus facility, or at a location in the larger Fairbanks area, a formal request is necessary to secure basic presentation technology. For instance, projectors, laptops, microphones and more will help to make your meeting more professional and successful. Please consider the type of event you wish to host, the audience size, how presentations will be given, etc. so that requests for technological equipment and support staff can be requested in a timely manner. It may be challenging to fill such requests just before an event, so if you think you might need this type of support, be sure to mention it to the coordinator early on.

Timeline: Setting and Maintaining

Sticking to a timeline ensures a smooth, professional and stress-free event. We recommend that a timeline is created early on and that sponsoring faculty and coordinators abide by it. When organizing a conference on the UAF campus, one must consider the limited number of large meeting spaces, the advance notice required to reserve high-demand services, the time it takes to process paperwork, special forms and permissions and a whole host of details that go into planning even the smallest of events. To ensure that progress is continually made and every last detail is accounted for prior to an event date, a timeline & check list worksheet is available. If at any point a departure from the timeline becomes necessary, please contact the special events coordinator to make the necessary adjustments and to ensure that requests are still feasible. Reasonable measures will be taken to accommodate appropriate requests. 

Transportation

Once the agenda and venues of a conference have been tentatively decided, transportation needs can be addressed. Please remember that transport of large groups and long-distance travel will be costly and may need to be offset by registration fees. Also, transportation contracts are often difficult to alter at the last minute.

Travel

When filing Travel Authorizations, Travel Expense Reports or arranging travel for conferences, Shared Travel Services is the contact for information. See the GI Business Office for more information regarding travel regulations.

Website

If you have already set up a website for your event, please give that information to the event coordinator. If you do not yet have a website and wish to have one, please let the coordinator know you wish to be put in contact with Design Services. Compile the content you want included on the site so that it is easily transferrable to a designer. When setting up online registration and fee collection, be sure to save that information and forward it to conference coordinators if you are requesting registration table assistance or nametags.

Forms

Starting with the basics:

The Geophysical Institute Conference Form will ask for information from faculty sponsors on the following subjects:

  • Event name and dates
  • Funding
  • Location of meeting(s) and lodging
  • Catering
  • Transportation
  • Audio and visual requirements
  • Publicity/promotion

These areas pertain to resources that are available if requested within an appropriate timeframe. Coordinators will work to accommodate as many requests as possible based on information provided by sponsoring faculty. If all fields on the form cannot be completed now, please indicate when coordinators can expect that information. 

Please email the form to the special events coordinator. Following form submission, you will be contacted by the coordinator to schedule a meeting time to go over your event planning.

Throughout the planning process, it is necessary to keep track of the many details that make an event successful. A conference check list is available to assist you in monitoring the progress of your event planning and organization

Additional forms available upon request:

Budget Estimate Worksheet – to establish the fiscal viability of your event

Post-Event Evaluation – provide a summary of the success of your meeting

Representational Allowance form – necessary for all meals and gifts

Sample Registration Sign-in list – basic format that can be customized

Timeline and Check List worksheet – stay organized while planning the event

Contact

GI Special Event Coordinator 
Lea Gardine
Public Relations, Elvey 608
907-474-7664
uaf-gi-events@alaska.edu

 

Open and frequent communication between event sponsors and the coordinator is extremely important during conference planning and event coordination. Communication will pick up even more as the event dates draw near.

Contingencies must be in place if sponsoring faculty or coordinators are out of town during the planning process or the event itself. Dialogue throughout the planning process and conference itself is crucial.

Varying levels of involvement are preferred by different faculty sponsors. Some prefer to oversee all aspects of an event, while others delegate most tasks to coordinators. It’s important that these preferences are identified during initial discussions so coordinators know when it’s appropriate to make decisions on the faculty member’s behalf. 

Open communication ensures that everyone’s time is respected and both coordinators and sponsoring faculty feel confident about the approaching event. Ultimately, we all have the same goal in mind — to provide a high-quality affair that brings prestige to participants as well as the Geophysical Institute.  

 

Awards Banquet

The Geophysical Institute annual staff, faculty and student awards banquet sets aside an evening each year to honor employee accomplishments from the previous fiscal year.

5th Annual Awards Banquet

The 5th annual awards banquet will be held on Friday, February 24, 2017, from 4-7 P.M. 

The award ceremony will be held in the GI Auditorium, with over flow space in the Globe Room, and will be immediately followed by a reception in the Mather Library. 

There will be live music featuring GINA's Day Night Band, heavy hors devours, a cash bar, silent auction and door prizes. 

 

 

 

The 2016 publications are available here

The 2016 award nominees are available here and the winners will be updated after the ceremony. 

Description of Awards

Best faculty and student published papers as 1st Author (1ea).

This award recognizes the best publication from one faculty member and one student. The winners are chosen based on nominations by the group leaders and selected by a committee of faculty members from each research group.

Roger Smith Lifetime Achievement Award

The Roger Smith Lifetime Achievement Award was created to recognize significant long-term contribution to the success of the Geophysical Institute.  This Award singles out those individuals who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to the Geophysical Institute and who have made sustained contributions to the success of its research mission.

TK More Prize

This award recognizes an early career researcher on a path to becoming a leader in their field.

Staff Performance Award

This award recognizes a staff member who has made a substantial contribution to the GI mission by going above and beyond their job duties and/or having provided exceptional contributions to the unit while acting as a positive role model to their peers. This individual would not only be a valuable asset to the GI but would make it a point to share their knowledge and expertise to create a better work environment.

Staff Community Service Award

This award recognizes a staff member who goes above and beyond to contribute to the wellbeing of the community around them. Their generous efforts are recognized for the work they do for the GI community, the greater Fairbanks area, and/or across the state.

Student Award

This award recognizes a student staff member who has gone above and beyond the expectations of those duties written into an everyday student position. Please note, this individual should not be nominated based off of their academic standing. This award is meant to recognize student employees for their professional contributions here at the Geophysical Institute.

 

We would like to thank our 5th Annual Awards Banquet sponsors!

Cookie Jar Restaurant
Explore Fairbanks
Sunrise Bagel and Espresso
Ursa Major Distillery
HooDoo Brewery
Expressions in Glass
Alaska Railroad
Nanooks Basketball
Chena Hot Springs Resort
Westmark Hotel and Conference Center
Northern Alaska Tour Company
Country Kitchen
Great Alaskan Bowl Company

 

Please direct any questions to uaf-gi-events@alaska.edu. 

Award Winners and Nominees

The current nominees are available here

 

Description of Awards

Best faculty and student published papers as 1st Author (1ea).

This award recognizes the best publication from one faculty member and one student. The winners are chosen based on nominations by the group leaders and selected by a committee of faculty members from each research group.

Roger Smith Lifetime Achievement Award

The Roger Smith Lifetime Achievement Award was created to recognize significant long-term contribution to the success of the Geophysical Institute.  This Award singles out those individuals who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to the Geophysical Institute and who have made sustained contributions to the success of its research mission.

TK More Prize

This award recognizes an early career researcher on a path to becoming a leader in their field.

Staff Performance Award

This award recognizes a staff member who has made a substantial contribution to the GI mission by going above and beyond their job duties and/or having provided exceptional contributions to the unit while acting as a positive role model to their peers. This individual would not only be a valuable asset to the GI but would make it a point to share their knowledge and expertise to create a better work environment.

Staff Community Service Award

This award recognizes a staff member who goes above and beyond to contribute to the wellbeing of the community around them. Their generous efforts are recognized for the work they do for the GI community, the greater Fairbanks area, and/or across the state.

Student Award

This award recognizes a student staff member who has gone above and beyond the expectations of those duties written into an everyday student position. Please note, this individual should not be nominated based off of their academic standing. This award is meant to recognize student employees for their professional contributions here at the Geophysical Institute.

2016 Award Winners

The 2016 Awardees

 

2016 Outstanding Staff Performance Award

Alexander Kaufman

 

2016 Outstanding Student Performance Award

Aidan Myers

 

2016 Community Service Award

Marty Karjala

 

2016 Best Faculty Paper Award

Andreas Aschwanden
Aschwanden, A., M.A. Fahnestock, and M. Truffer (2016), Complex Greenland outlet glacier flow captured, Nature communications 7 .

 

2016 Best Faculty Paper Award

Andrew Mahoney
Mahoney, A. R., D. O. Dammann, M. A. Johnson, H. Eicken, and F. J. Meyer (2016), Measurement and imaging of infragravity waves in sea ice using InSAR, Geophysical Research Letters, 43(12), 6383-6392, doi:10.1002/2016GL069583.

 

2016 Best Student Paper Award

Douglas Brinkerhoff
Brinkerhoff, D.J., A. Aschwanden, and M. Truffer (2016), Bayesian inference of subglacial topography using mass conservation,Frontiers in Earth Science: Cryospheric Science 4:8. doi:10.3389/feart.2016.00008.

 

2016 Best Student Paper Award

Susana Salazar-Jaramillo
Salazar-Jaramillo, S., S.J. Fowell, P.J. McCarthy, J.A. Benowitz, M.G. Sliwinski, C.S. Tomsich (2016), Terrestrial isotopic evidence for a Middle-Maastrichtian warming event from the lower Catwell Formation, Alaska, Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol, Palaeoecol, 441, 360-376.

 

2016 TK Moore Prize

Carl Tape

 

2016 Roger Smith Lifetime Achievement Award

William Harrison

 

Staff Performance Award - nominees

Erin Albertson
Tyler Begley
Katie Best
Connie Carter
Tracy Coon
Kari Haschke
Marty Karjala
Alexander (Max) Kaufman
Donavan Kienenberger
Natasha Kozyreva
Brian Lu
Lynda McGilvary
Lisa Piechocki
Dale Pomraning
Tobey-Jean Priest
Jami Warrick

Staff Community Service Award - nominees

Marty Karjala
Jami Warrick

Student Award - nominees

Doug Brinkerfoff
Christina Carr
Louise Farquharson
Aidan Myers
Joanna Young

2015 Award Winners

Here are the winners and nominees for the 2015 fiscal year.

 

Best faculty and student published papers as 1st Author 

 

Faculty winner

Ed Bueler and Taryn Lopez 

Faculty nominees

E. Bueler and W. van Pelt. Mass-conserving subglacial hydrology in the Parallel Ice Sheet Model version 0.6. Geosci. Model Dev., 8, 1613–1635, 2015, www.geosci-model-dev.net/8/1613/2015/, doi:10.5194/gmd-8-1613-2015.

Stephen Holtkamp and Natalia Ruppert. A High Resolution Aftershock Catalog of the Magnitude 7.5 Craig, Alaska, Earthquake on 5 January 2013. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, Vol. 105, No. 2B, May 2015, doi: 10.1785/0120140179.

T. Lopez, H.E. Thomas, A.J. Prata, A. Amigo, D. Fee, D. Moriano. Volcanic plume characteristics determined using an infrared imaging camera. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 300 (2015) 148–166.

X. Ma, B. Stauffer, P. A. Delamere, and A. Otto. Asymmetric Kelvin-Helmholtz propagation at Saturn’s dayside magnetopause. J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 120, 1867–1875, doi:10.1002/2014JA020746.

F.J. Meyer, D.B. McAlpin, W. Gong, O. Ajadi, S. Arko, P.W. Webley, and J. Dehn. Integrating SAR and derived products into operational volcano monitoring and decision support systems ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 100 (2015) 106–117.
William R. Simpson, Steven S. Brown, Alfonso Saiz-Lopez, Joel A. Thornton, and Roland von Glasow. Tropospheric Halogen Chemistry: Sources, Cycling, and Impacts. Chem. Rev. 2015, 115, 4035−4062. doi: 10.1021/cr5006638.

M. T. Whalen, M. G. Ski, J. H. Payne, J. E. Day, D. Chen and A. Da Silva. Chemostratigraphy and magnetic susceptibility of the Late Devonian Frasnian–Famennian transition in western Canada and southern China: implications for carbon and nutrient cycling and mass extinction.In: Da Silva, A. C., Whalen, M. T., Hladil, J., Chadimova, L., Chen, D., Spassov, S., Boulvain, F., & Devleeschouwer, X. (eds) 2015. Magnetic Susceptibility Application: A Window onto Ancient Environments and Climatic Variations. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 414, 37–72.

 

Student winner

Anna Worden and Christian Kienholz 

Student Nominees

Sean R. Barberie, Christopher R. Iceman, Catherine F. Cahill, and Thomas M. Cahill. Evaluation of Different Synchrotron Beamline Configurations for X-ray Fluorescence Analysis of Environmental Samples. Anal. Chem. 2014, 86, 8253−8260. dx.doi.org/10.1021/ac5016535.

Christian Kienholz, Sam Herreid, Justin L. Rich, Anthony A. Arendt, Regine Hock, and Evan W. Burgess. Derivation and analysis of a complete modern-date glacier inventory for Alaska and northwest Canada. Journal of Glaciology, Vol. 61, No. 227, 2015. doi: 10.3189/2015JoG14J230.

S. H. Lee, H. Zhang, Q.-G. Zong, Y. Wang, A. Otto, H. Rème, and K.-H. Glassmeier. Asymmetric ionospheric outflow observed at the dayside magnetopause. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 120, 3564–3573, doi:10.1002/2014JA020943. 

Kathleen McKee, David Fee, Colin Rowell, and Akihiko Yokoo. Network-Based Evaluation of the Infrasonic Source Location at Sakurajima Volcano, Japan. Seismological Research Letters 85, 6, November/December 2014, doi: 10.1785/0220140119. 

Susana Salazar Jaramillo, Paul J. Mccarthy, Tom P. Trainor, Sarah J. Fowell, and Anthony R. Fiorillo. Origin of clay minerals in alluvial paleosols, Prince Creek formation, North Slope, Alaska, U.S.A: influence of volcanic ash on pedogenesis in the late cretaceous arctic. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 2015, v. 85, 192–208 Research Article, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2110/jsr.2015.12. 

Anna Worden, Jonathan Dehn, and Peter Webley. Frequency based satellite monitoring of small scale explosive activity at remote North Pacific volcanoes. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 286 (2014) 1–14.

 

Roger Smith Lifetime Achievement Award

Neal Brown

 

TK More Prize

David Fee 

 

Staff Performance Award

Winner

Erin Albertson 

Nominees

Katie Best, Sabrina Cook, Debbie Coxon, Kimberly Cummins, Donavan Kienenberger, Sue Mitchell and Lisa Piechocki

 

Staff Community Service Award

Winner

Dale Pomraning 

Nominees

Greg Shipman

 

Student Award

Winner

Jay R. Byam 

Nominees

Kathleen McKee

 

Additional Awards and Honors

Sean Barberie 

Earth Science Information Partners Fellowship 

 

Cathy Cahill 

Alliance to Save Energy 2015 Unsung Hero Award 

 

Laura Conner 

Champion for Youth Award, 2015 

 

Hajo Eicken 

2015 Usibelli Award 

 

Hannah Foss 

2016 Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce Artist of the Year 

 

David Newman 

2015 Usibelli Award 

 

Jill Shipman 

AGU 2015 Outstanding Student Presentation Award: Public Affairs Focus Group 

 

Wade Albright, Scott Arko, Jeff Beiderbeck, Nettie La Belle-Hamer, Mike Stringer 

2015 NASA Honor Award 

 

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Publication Lists

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2016 Publication List

Here are the publications for the 2016 fiscal year. GI affiliated authors are in bold

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Chapters

Domingo, C., X. Pons, Jordi Cristobal Rossello, and M. Ninyerola. 2015. "Integration of Climate Time Series and MODIS Data as an Analysis Tool for Forest Drought Detection." Drought: Research and Science Policy Interfacing. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

Gens, Rudi, and Jordi Cristobal Rossello. 2015. "Remote Sensing Data Normalization." Remotely Sensed Data Characterization, Classification, and Accuracies. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis group.

Gong, Wenyu, Zhong Lu, and Franz J. Meyer. 2016. "Uncertainties in Estimating Magma Source Parameters from InSAR Observations." Natural Hazard Uncertainty Assessment: Modeling and Decision Support, Geophysical Monograph 223, 89–104. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Izbekov, Pavel, Rick L. Wessels, Jeffrey M. Byrnes, and Michael S. Ramsey. 2015. "Applications of High-Resolution Satellite Remote Sensing for Northern Pacific Volcanic Arcs." Monitoring Volcanoes in the North Pacific, 79–99. Springer.

Jutzi, Boris, Franz J. Meyer, and Stefan Hinz. 2015. "Aktive Fernerkundungssensorik – Technologische Grundlagen Und Abbildungsgeometrie." Handbuch Geodaesie – Band Photogrammetrie Und Fernerkundung. Germany: Springer Verlag.

Lyons, Larry R., Yukitoshi Nishimura, Beatrice Gallardo-Lacourt, Ying Zou, Eric F. Donovan, Stephen Mende, Vassills Angelopoulos, John M. Ruohoniemi, Kathryn A. McWilliams, Don L. Hampton and Michael J. Nicolls. "Dynamics Related to Plasmasheet Flow Bursts as Revealed from the Aurora." Auroral Dynamics and Space Weather, 95–113. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Meyer, Franz J. 2015. "Fernerkundung Und Global Change." Handbuch Geodaesie – Band Photogrammetrie Und Fernerkundung. Germany: Springer Verlag.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016. "Chapter 2: Sensors and Platforms." Manual of Remote Sensing – Part 1.

Papp, Ken, Barbara Stunder, René Servranckx, Réal D'Amours, Peter Webley, and Rorik Peterson. 2015. "Volcanic Ash Transport and Dispersion Models." Monitoring Volcanoes in the North Pacific. Springer, 187–233.

Peterson, Rorik A., Peter W. Webley, Réal D'Amours, René Servranckx, Barbara Studner, and Kenn Papp. 2016. "Volcanic Ash Cloud Dispersion Models." Volcanoes of the North Pacific: Observations from Space. Praxis.

Sturm, M., and R. A. Massom. 2016. "Snow in the sea ice system: friend or foe?" Sea ice, Third Edition. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, 153-204.


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Journal Articles

Ajadi, Olaniyi, Franz J. Meyer, and Peter W. Webley. 2016. "Change Detection in Synthetic Aperture Radar Images Using a Multiscale-Driven Approach." Remote Sensing 8 (6): 482.

Albert, Sarah, David E. Fee, Pavel Firstov, Evgeniy Makhmudov, and Pavel E. Izbekov. 2015. "Infrasound from the 2012–2013 Plosky Tolbachik, Kamchatka fissure Eruption." Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, April.

Alcuson, J.A., J.M. Reynolds-Barredo, A. Bustos, R. Sanchez, V. Tribaldos, P. Xanthopoulos, T. Goerler, and D.E. Newman. 2016. "Quasi-symmetry and the nature of radial turbulent transport in quasi-poloidal stellarators." Physics of Plasmas, 23 (10), 102308.

Allstadt, K. E., D. E. Shean, A. Campbell, M. Fahnestock, and S. D. Malone. 2015. "Observations of Seasonal and Diurnal Glacier Velocities at Mount Rainier, Washington, Using Terrestrial Radar Interferometry." The Cryosphere 9 (6): 2219–35.

Arp C., B.M. Jones, G. Grosse, A. C. Bondurant, V.E. Romanovsky, K.M. Hinkel, and A.D. Parsekian. 2016. "Threshold sensitivity of shallow Arctic lakes and sublake permafrost to changing winter climate."  Geophysical Research Letters, 43:6358-6365.

Aschwanden, Andreas, Mark A. Fahnestock, and Martin Truffer. 2016. " Complex Greenland outlet glacier flow captured." Nature Communications, 7, 10524.

Atchley, Adam, Scott Painter, Dylan Harp, Ethan Coon, Cathy Wilson, Anna K. Liljedahl, and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. 2015. "Using Field Observations to Inform Thermal Hydrology Models of Permafrost Dynamics with ATS." Geoscientific Model Development, 8 (September): 2701–22.

Bagenal, F., M. Horányi, D. J. McComas, R. L. McNutt Jr., H. A. Elliott, M. E. Hill, L. E. Brown, P. A. Delamere, P. Kollmann, S. M. Krimigis, M. Kusterer, C. M. Lisse, D. G. Mitchell, M. Piquette, A. R. Poppe, D. F. Strobel, J. R. Szalay, P. Valek, J. Vandegriff, S. Weidner, E. J. Zirnstein, S. A. Stern, K. Ennico, C. B. Olkin, H. A. Weaver, L. A. Young, New Horizons Science Team. 2016. "Pluto's Interaction with Its Space Environment: Solar Wind, Energetic Particles, and Dust." Science, 351 (March): aad9045.

Bagenal, F., E. Sidrow, R. Wilson, T. Cassidy, V. Dols, F. Crary, A. Steffl, P. Delamere, W. Kurth, and W. Paterson. 2015. "Plasma Conditions at Europa's Orbit." Icarus, 261 (November): 1–13.

Bagenal, F., P. A. Delamere, H. A. Elliott, M. E. Hill, C. M. Lisse, D. J. McComas, R. L. McNutt Jr., J. D. Richardson, C. W. Smith, and D. F. Strobel. 2015. "Solar Wind at 33 AU: Setting Bounds on the Pluto Interaction for New Horizons." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 120 (9): 1497–1511.

Bartholomaus, Timothy C., Christopher F. Larsen, Michael E. West, Shad O'Neel, Erin C. Pettit, and Martin Truffer. 2015. "Tidal and Seasonal Variations in Calving Flux Observed with Passive Seismology." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 120 (11).

Bartholomaus, Timothy C., Jason M. Amundson, Jacob I. Walter, Shad O'Neel, Michael E. West, and Christopher F. Larsen. 2015. "Subglacial Discharge at Tidewater Glaciers Revealed by Seismic Tremor." Geophysical Research Letters, 42 (15): 6391–98.

Bennington, Ninfa L., Matthew Haney, Silvio De Angelis, Clifford H Thurber, and Jeffrey Freymueller. 2015. "Monitoring Changes in Seismic Velocity Related to an Ongoing Rapid Inflation Event at Okmok Volcano, Alaska." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 120 (8): 5664–76.

Benowitz, JA, P.W. Wypych, and Evan Alicja Twelker. 2015. "40Ar/39Ar Data from the Talkeetna Mountains C-4 Quadrangle and Adjoining Areas, Central Alaska." Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Raw Data File 2015-10.

Benowitz, Jeffrey A., Sean Bemis, and C. Burkett. 2016. "Along-Fault Migration of the Mount McKinley Restraining Bend of the Denali Fault Defined by Late Quaternary Fault Patterns and Seismicity, Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska." Tectonophysics, Spring.

Ben-Zion, Y., C. Tape, and A. Allam. 2015. "Finite-Frequency Sensitivity Kernels of Seismic Waves to Fault Zone Structures." Geophysical Journal International. 203: 2032–48.

Bergfeld, D., T. Neal, G. McGimsey, C. Werner, C. Waythomas, J. Lewicki, T. Lopez, M. Mangan, T. Miller, A. Diefenbach, J. Schaefer, M. Coombs, B. Wang, K. Nicolaysen, P. Izbekov, Z. Maharrey, M. Huebner, A. Hunt, J. Fitzpatrick, G. and Freeburg. 2015. "Aleutian Arc Geothermal Fluids: Chemical Analyses of Waters and Gases." U.S.Geological Survey Data Release, Autumn.

Berhe, Goitom, Clive Oppenheimer, James O. S. Hammond, Raphaël Grandin, Talfan Barnie, Amy Donovan, Ghebrebrhan Ogubazghi, Ermias Yohannes, Goitom Kibrom, J-Michael Kendall, Simon A. Carn, David Fee, Christine Sealing, Derek Keir, Atalay Ayele, Jon Blundy, Joanna Hamlyn, Tim Wright, Seife Berhe. 2015. "First Recorded Eruption of Nabro Volcano, Eritrea, 2011." Bulletin of Volcanology, 77 (September): 1–21.

Bieniek, P. A., T. S. Rupp, J. E. Walsh, Uma S. Bhatt, and Rick T. Lader. 2016. "Two-Meter Temperature and Precipitation from Atmospheric Reanalysis Evaluated for Alaska." Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 55: 901–22.

Bieniek, P., U.S. Bhatt, D.A. Walker, M.K. Raynolds, J.C. Comiso, H.E. Epstein, J.E. Pinzon, C.J. Tucker, R.L Thoman, H. Tran, N. Mölders, M. Steele, J. Zhang, and W. Fall Ermold. 2015. "Climate drivers linked to changing seasonality of Alaska coastal tundra vegetation productivity." Earth Interactions, December.

Bieniek, Peter A., Uma S. Bhatt, Donald A. Walker, Martha K. Raynolds, Josefino C. Comiso, Howard E. Epstein, Jorge E. Pinzon, Compton J. Tucker, Richard L. Thoman, Huy Tran, Nicole Mölders, Michael Steele, Jinlun Zhang, and Wendy Ermold. 2015. "Climate Drivers of Changing Seasonality of Alaska Coastal Tundra Vegetation Productivity." Earth Interactions 19 (19).

Brinkerhoff, Doug, Andreas Aschwanden, and Martin Truffer. 2016. "A Bayesian Method for the Interpolation of Subglacial Topography." Frontiers in Earth Science, February.

Bristow, William A., Donald L. Hampton, and Antonius Otto. 2016. "High-Spatial-Resolution Velocity Measurements Derived Using Local Divergence Free Fitting of SuperDARN Observations." Journal of Geophysical Research 121 (2): 1349–61.

Cable, W.L., V. E. Romanovsky, and M.T. Jorgenson. 2016. "Scaling-up permafrost thermal measurements in western Alaska using an ecotype approach." The Cryosphere, 10, 2517–2532.

Cable, W.L. and Romanovsky, V. 2016. "Network of Permafrost Observatories in Western Alaska." NSF Arctic Data Center.

Carreras, Benjamin A., David E. Newman, and Ian Dobson. 2016. "North American Blackout Time Series Statistics and Implications for Blackout Risk." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, November.

Carsten Conner, L.D., and J. Danielson. 2016. "Scientist Role Models in the Classroom: How important is gender matching?" International Journal of Science Education,  38 (15): 2414-2430.

Chen, Albert, Andrew Parsekian, Kevin Schaefer, Elchin Jafarov, Santosh K. Panda, Lin Liu, Tinjung Zhang, and Howard Zebker. 2016. "Ground-Penetrating Radar Measurements of Active-Layer Thickness at Landscape Scale on the North Slope of Alaska." Geophysics, March.

Chhavi Goenka, Joshua Semeter, John Noto, Jeffrey Baumgardner, Juanita Riccobono, Michael Migliozzi, Hanna Dahlgren, Robert Marshall, Sudha Kapali, Michael Hirsch, Donald Hampton, and Hassanali Akbari. 2015. "LiCHI – Liquid Crystal Hyperspectral Imager for Simultaneous Multispectral Imaging in Aeronomy." Optics Express, 23 (14): 17772–82.

Christie, Katie S., Sophie L. Gilbert, Casey L. Brown, Michael C. Hatfield, and Leanne Hansen. 2016. "Unmanned Aerial Systems in Wildlife Research: Current and Future Applications of a Transformative Technology." Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, January.

Coakley, B.J., K. Brumley, N. Lebedeva Ivanova and D. Mosher. 2016. "Exploring the geology of the central Arctic Ocean; understanding the basin features in place and time."  Journal of the Geological Society of London, 173:966.

Conner, Laura D., Angela Larson, Jennifer Arseneau, and Robert R. Herrick. 2015. "Elementary Student Knowledge Gains in the Digital Portable Planetarium." Journal of Astronomy and Earth Sciences Education, 2 (2): 65–75.

Custard, K.D., C.R. Thompson, K.A. Pratt, P.B. Shepson, J. Liao, L.G. Huey, J J. Orlando, A.J. Weinheimer, E. Apel, S.R. Hall, F. Flocke, L. Mauldin, R.S. Hornbrook, D. Pöhler, S. General, J. Zielcke, W.R. Simpson, U.Platt, A. Fried, P. Weibring, B.C. Sive, K. Ullmann, C. Cantrell, D.J. Knapp, and D. D. Montzka. 2015. "The NOx Dependence of Bromine Chemistry in the Arctic Atmospheric Boundary Layer." Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15 (18): 10799–809.

Dammann, Dyre O., Hajo Eicken, Franz J. Meyer, and Andrew R. Mahoney. 2016. "Assessing Small-Scale Deformation and Stability of Landfast Ice through L-Band SAR Interferometry and Inverse Modeling." Remote Sensing of Environment, June.

Datta-Barua, S., Y. Su, K. Deshpande, D. Miladinovich, G. S. Bust, D. Hampton, and G. Crowley. 2015. "First Light from a Kilometer-Baseline Scintillation Auroral GPS Array." Geophysical Research Letters, 42 (10): 3639–46.

DeAngelis, Sarah M.H., Jessica F. Larsen, Michelle Coombs, and Andrew Dunn. 2016. "Amphibole Reaction Rims as a Record of Pre-Eruptive Magmatic Heating: An Experimental Approach." Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Spring.

Delamere, P. 2016. "A Review of the Low-Frequency Waves in the Giant Magnetospheres." Washington DC AGU Geophysical Monograph Series, 216 (February): 365–78.

Delamere, P., F. Crary, T. Cassidy, F. Bagenal, and V. Dols. 2016. "Europa's Atmospheric Neutral Escape: Importance of Symmetrical O2 Charge Exchange." Icarus 264, (January): 387–97.

Dhadly, Manbharat S., John Meriwether, Mark G. Conde, and Donald L. Hampton. 2015. "First Ever Cross-Comparison of Thermospheric Wind Measured by Narrow and Wide Field Optical Doppler Spectroscopy." Journal of Geophysical Research, July.

Dobson, Ian, Benjamin A. Carreras, David E. Newman, and Jose M. Reynolds-Barredo. 2016. "Obtaining Statistics of Cascading Line Outages Spreading in an Electric Transmission Network from Standard Utility Data." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 31 (6), 4831-4841.

Egan, Sean David, Martin Stuefer, Peter Webley, and Catherine F. Cahill. 2015. "WRF-Chem Modeling of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from the 2008 Kasatochi Volcano." Annals of Geophysics, 57.

Euskirchen, E.S, M.S. Bret-Harte, G.R. Shaver, C.W. Edgar, and V.E. Romanovsky. 2016. "Long-term release of carbon dioxide from arctic tundra ecosystems in Alaska." Ecosystems, November.

Fahnestock, Mark A., Andreas Aschwanden, Ginny A. Catania, William T. Colgan, S Prasad Gogineni, Mathieu Morlighem, John D. Paden, Helene Seroussi, and Joseph A. Macgregor. 2016. "A Synthesis Of the Thermal State of the Bed of the Greenland Ice Sheet." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, July.

Fahnestock, Mark, Ted Scambos, Twila Moon, Alex Gardner, Terry Haran, and Marin Klinger. 2015. "Rapid Large-Area Mapping of Ice Flow Using Landsat 8." Remote Sensing of Environment.

Fallen, Christopher T., and Brenton J. Watkins. 2013. "Diurnal and Seasonal Variation of Electron Heat Flux Measured with the Poker Flat Incoherent-Scatter Radar." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Spring.

Fee, David E., Matthew Haney, Robin Matoza, Curt Szuberla, John Lyons, and Christopher Waythomas. 2016. "Seismic Envelope-Based Detection and Location of Ground-Coupled Airwaves from Volcanoes in Alaska." Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, March.

Filhol, Simon, and Matthew Sturm. 2015. "Snow Bedforms: A Review, New Data, and a Formation Model." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. 120 (9).

Fiorillo, Anthony R., Paul J. Mccarthy, and Peter P. Flaig. 2016. "A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective on Habitat Preferences among Dinosaurs in a Cretaceous Arctic Greenhouse World, North Slope, Alaska (Prince Creek Formation: Early Maastrichtian)." Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 441 (Spring): 377–90.

Fiorillo, Anthony R., Paul J. Mccarthy, and Stephen T. Hasiotis. 2016. "Crayfish Burrows from the Latest Cretaceous Lower Cantwell Formation (Denali National Park, Alaska): Their Morphology and Paleoclimatic Significance." Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 441 (Spring): 352–59.

Fischer, Tobias P., and Taryn M. Lopez. 2016. "First Airborne Samples of a Volcanic Plume for δ13C of CO2 Determinations." Geophysical Research Letters, 43 (7) March.

Forsythe, Victoriya, and Roman Makarevich. 2015. "Dual radar investigation of E region plasma waves in the southern polar cap." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 120, 9132–9147.

Forsythe, Victoriya, and Roman Makarevich. 2016. "Asymmetry in the Farley-Buneman dispersion relation caused by parallel electric fields." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121, 11,391–11,406.

Freymueller, Jeffrey T., Paramesh Banerjee, Naoki Uchida, Roland Bürgmann, and Yan Hu. 2016. "Stress-Driven Relaxation of Heterogeneous Upper Mantle and Time-Dependent Afterslip Following the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 121 (1): 385–411.

Freymueller, Jeffrey T, Zhen Liu, and Yuning Fu. 2015. "Spatiotemporal Variations of the Slow Slip Event between 2008 and 2013 in the Southcentral Alaska Subduction Zone." Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16 (7): 2450–61.

Garayshin, V, Mathew Harris, Dmitry J. Nicolsky, Alexei Rybkin, and Efim Pelinovsky. 2016. "An Analytical and Numerical Study of Long Wave Run-up in U-Shaped and V-Shaped Bays." Applied Mathematics and Computation, 279 (April): 187–97.

Gómez-Vasconcelos, Martha Gabriela, Victor Hugo Garduño-Monroy, José Luis Macías, Paul W Layer, and Jeff A Benowitz. 2015. "The Sierra de Mil Cumbres, Michoac'an, M'exico: Transitional Volcanism between the Sierra Madre Occidental and the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt." Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 301: 128–147.

Gong, Wenyu, Antje Thiele, Stefan Hinz, Franz J. Meyer, Andrew Hooper, and Piyush S. Agram. 2016. "Comparison of Small Baseline Processers for Estimating Ground Deformation." Remote Sensing 8 (4): 330.

Gonzalez-Valencia, Rodrigo, Felipe Magana-Rodriguez, Jordi Cristóbal, and Frederic Thalasso. 2016. "Hotspot Detection and Spatial Distribution of Methane Emissions from Landfills by a Surface Probe Method." Waste Management, 55 (September): 299–305.

Hao, M., J.T. Freymueller, Q. Wang, D. Cui, S. Qin. 2016. "Vertical Crustal Movement around the Southeastern Tibetan Plateau Constrained by GPS and GRACE Data." Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 437: 1–8.

Harris, A.J.L. , S. Carn, J. Dehn, C. Del Negro, M.T. Gudmundsson, B. Cordonnier, T. Barnie, E. Chahi, S. Calvari, T. Catry, T. de Groeve, D. Coppola, A. Davies, M. Favalli, F. Ferrucci, E. Fujita, G. Ganci, F. Garel, P. Huet, J. Kauahikaua, K. Kelfoun, V. Lombardo, G. Macedonio, J. Pacheco, M. Patrick, N. Pergola, M. Ramsey, R. Rongo, F. Sahy, K. Smith, S. Tarquini, T. Thordarson, N. Villeneuve, P. Webley, R. Wright and K. Zaksek. 2016. "Conclusion: Recommendations and Findings of the RED SEED Working Group." Geological Society, London, Special Publications 426: SP426–11.

Harris, Mathew, Dmitry J. Nicolsky, Alexei Rybkin, Efim Pelinovsky, and Jim Pender. 2016. "Run-up of Nonlinear Long Waves in U-Shaped Bays of Finite Length: Analytical Theory and Numerical Computations." Journal of Ocean Engineering and Marine Energy, Spring.

Herreid, Sam, and Martin Truffer. 2016. "Automated Detection of Unstable Glacier Flow and a Spectrum of Speedup Behavior in the Alaska Range." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 121 (1): 64–81.

Holtkamp, Stephen G., Michael R. Brudzinski, and Brian S. Currie. 2015. "Regional Detection and Monitoring of Injection-Induced Seismicity: Application to the 2010-2012 Youngstown, Ohio, Seismic Sequence." American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 99 (September): 1671–88.

Huss, Matthias, and Regine M. Hock. 2015. "A New Model for Global Glacier Change and Sea-Level Rise." Frontiers in Earth Sciences, June.

Hysell, David L., Michael McCarrick, Christopher T. Fallen, and Juha Viernen. 2015. "First Artificial Periodic Inhomogeneity Experiments at HAARP." Geophysical Research Letters, January.

Ito, Masato, Kay I. Ohshima, Yasushi Fukamachi, Daisuke Simizu, Katsushi Iwamoto, Yoshimasa Matsumura, Andrew R. Mahoney, and Hajo Eicken. 2015. "Observations of Supercooled Water and Frazil Ice Formation in an Arctic Coastal Polynya from Moorings and Satellite Imagery." Annals of Glaciology, 56: 307.

Iwahana, Go, Masao Uchida, Lin Liu, Wenyu Gong, Franz J. Meyer, Richard Guritz, Tsutomu Yamanokuchi, and Larry Hinzman. 2016. "InSAR Detection and Field Evidence for Thermokarst after a Tundra Wildfire, Using ALOS-PALSAR." Remote Sensing, 8 (3): 218.

Jones, B.M., C.A. Baughman, V.E. Romanovsky, A.D. Parsekian, E.L. Babcock, E. Stephani, M.C. Jones, G. Grosse, and E.E. Berg. 2016. "Presence of rapidly degrading permafrost plateaus in south-central Alaska." The Cryosphere, 10, 2673–2692.

Jung, Hyung-Sup, Qin Zhang, Jeffrey Freymueller, Michael Poland, Zhong Lu, and Feifei Qu. 2015. "Post-Eruptive Inflation of Okmok Volcano, Alaska, from InSAR, 2008--2014." Remote Sensing, 7 (12): 16778–94.

Kaeppler, Stephen, Donald L. Hampton, Michael Nicolls, Anja Strømme, Stanley Solomon, James Hecht, and Mark G. Conde. 2015. "An Investigation Comparing Ground-Based Techniques That Quantify Auroral Electron Flux and Conductance." Journal of Geophysical Research, August.

Kienholz, C., A.J. Johnson, S. O'Neel, A.A. Arendt, E. Burgess, and Chris F. Larsen. 2015. "Surface Melt Dominates Alaska Glacier Mass Balance." Geophysical Research Letters, 42: 5902–5908.

Kirby, Jim, Dmitry J. Nicolsky, Fey Shi, and S. Misra. 2016. "The 27 April 1975 Kitimat, British Columbia, Submarine Landslide Tsunami: A Comparison of Modeling Approaches." Landslides, Spring.

Koloskov, A V., M. Yu Davydova, Pavel E. Izbekov, V. V. Ananyev, and A. A. Kandrin. 2015. "Evolution of Rock Compositions Observed during the 2012–2013 Eruptions of the New Tolbachik Volcanoes: Online Mantle Control." Russian Journal of Pacific Geology, 9 (5): 338–58.

Kramm, G., G. Sellhorst, H.K. Ross, H.K., J. Cooney, R. Dlugi, and N. Mölders. 2016. "On the maximum of wind power efficiency." Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 4: 1-39.

Kuehn, Christian, Bernard Guest, James K Russell, and Jeff A Benowitz. 2015. "The Satah Mountain and Baldface Mountain Volcanic Fields: Pleistocene Hot Spot Volcanism in the Anahim Volcanic Belt, West-Central British Columbia, Canada." Bulletin of Volcanology, 77 (3): 1–27.

Kumar, J., N. Collier, G. Bisht, R.T. Mills, P.E. Thornton, C.M. Iversen,  and Romanovsky, V.E. 2016. "Modeling the spatiotemporal variability in subsurface thermal regimes across a low-relief polygonal tundra landscape." The Cryosphere, 10, 2241-2274.

Lader, R. T., J. R. Krieger, J. Zhang, T. S. Rupp, J. E. Walsh, U. S. Bhatt, and P. A. Bieniek. 2016. "Dynamical Downscaling of ERA-Interim Temperature and Precipitation for Alaska." Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 55: 635–654.

Lamarche, L.J. and R.A. Makarevich. 2016. "A modeling study of asymmetries in plasma irregularity characteristics near gradient reversals." Annales Geophysicae, 34: 709-723.

Lamarche, Leslie, and Roman Makarevich. 2015. "Solar Control of F Region Radar Backscatter: Further Insights from Observations in the Southern Polar Cap." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 120 (11): 9875–9890.

Larsen, Christopher F., Daniel J. Hayes, Lin Liu, Eric Miller, Christopher D. Arp, Guido Grosse, and Benjamin M. Jones. 2015. "Recent Arctic Tundra Fire Initiates Widespread Thermokarst Development." Scientific Reports, 5: 15865.

Larsen, Christopher F., Michael E West, Shad O'Neel, Jacob I Walter, Jason M Amundson, and Timothy C Bartholomaus. 2015. "Subglacial Discharge at Tidewater Glaciers Revealed by Seismic Tremor." Geophysical Research Letters, 42: (15): 6391–6398.

Larsen, Jessica F. 2016. "Unraveling the diversity in arc volcanic eruption styles: Examples from the Aleutian volcanic arc, Alaska." Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 327: 643-668.

Leboeuf, Jean-Noel G., V.K. Decyk, D.E. Newman and R. Sanchez. 2016. "Implementation of 2D Domain Decomposition in the UCAN Gyrokinetic Particle-in-Cell Code and Resulting Performance of UCAN2." Communications in Computational Physics, 19 (01):  January, 205–225.

Lee, Sun-Hee, Hui Zhang, Q.-G. Zong, Antonius Otto, H. Reme, and E. Liebert. 2016. "A Statistical Study of Plasmaspheric Plumes and Ionospheric Outflows Observed at the Dayside Magnetopause." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, January.

Li, S., J. Freymueller, and R. McCaffrey. 2016. "Slow Slip Events and Time-Dependent Variations in Locking beneath Lower Cook Inlet of the Alaska-Aleutian Subduction Zone." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 121: (1060–1079).

Lindgren, Prajna, Guido Grosse, Katey M. Walter Anthony, and Franz J. Meyer. 2016. "Detection and Spatiotemporal Analysis of Methane Ebullition on Thermokarst Lake Ice Using High-Resolution Optical Aerial Imagery." Biogeosciences, 13 (1): 27–44.

Lindoo, Amanda, Jessica F. Larsen, Katharine V. Cashman, Andrew Dunn, and Owen Neill. 2015. "An Experimental Study of Permeability Development as a Function of Crystal-Fee Melt Viscosity." Earth and Plnetary Science Letters, 435: (45-54).

Luis Arce, Jose, Paul Layer, Isela Martinez, Jose Ivan Salinas, Maria Consuelo Macias-Romo, Eric Morales-Casique, Jeff Benowitz, Oscar Escolero, and Nils Lenhardt. 2015. "Geology and Stratigraphy of the San Lorenzo Tezonco Deep Well and Its Surroundings, South of the Basin of Mexico." Boletin de la Sociedad Geologica Mexicana, 67(2): 123–43.

Luque, A., H. C. Stenbaek-Nielsen, M. G. McHarg, and R. Haaland. 2016. "Sprite beads and glows arising from the attachment instability in streamer channels." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121(3).

Lynch, K. A., D. L. Hampton, M. Zettergren, T. A. Bekkeng, M. Conde, P. A. Fernandes, P. Horak, M. Lessard, R. Miceli, R. Michell, J. Moen, M. Nicolls, S.P. Powell, M. Samara. 2015. "MICA Sounding Rocket Observations of Conductivity-Gradient-Generated Auroral Ionospheric Responses: Small-Scale Structure with Large-Scale Drivers." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 120 (11): 9661–9682.

Ma, Xuanye, Antonius Otto, Peter A. Delamere, and Hui Zhang. 2016. "Interaction between Reconnection and Kelvin–Helmholtz at the High-Latitude Magnetopause." Advances in Space Research, March.

MacGregor, Joseph A., Jilu Li, John D. Paden, Ginny A. Catania, Gary D. Clow, Mark A. Fahnestock, S. Prasad Gogineni, et al. 2015. "Radar Attenuation and Temperature within the Greenland Ice Sheet." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 120 (6): 983–1008.

Madden, James M., Kenneth Sassen, and Nicole Mölders. 2015. "Assessment of WRF/Chem Simulated Vertical Distributions of Particulate Matter from the 2009 Minto Flats South Wildfire in Interior Alaska by CALIPSO Total Backscatter and Depolarization Measurements." Open Journal of Air Pollution, 4: 119–138.

Mahoney, Andrew R., Dyre O. Dammann, Mark A. Johnson, Hajo Eicken, and Franz J. Meyer. 2016. "Measurement and Imaging of Infragravity Waves in Sea Ice Using InSAR." Geophysical Research Letters, 43 (June): 6383–6392.

Makarevich, Roman. 2016. "Toward an Integrated View of Ionospheric Plasma Instabilities: 2. Three Inertial Modes of a Cubic Dispersion Relation." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 121 (6).

Makarevich, Roman. 2016. "Toward an Integrated View of Ionospheric Plasma Instabilities: Altitudinal Transitions and Strong Gradient Case." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 121 (4): 3634–3647.

Makarevich, Roman. 2015. "Dual Radar Investigation of E Region Plasma Waves in the Southern Polar Cap." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 120 (10): 9132–47.

Makarevich, Roman, Leslie Lamarche, and Mike Nicolls. 2015. "Resolute Bay Incoherent Scatter Radar Observations of Plasma Structures in the Vicinity of Polar Holes." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 120.

Marchenko, Sergey S., and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. 2016. "Recent Changes in the Active Layer Thickness across the Northern Hemisphere." Environmental Earth Sciences, March.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "A Simplified, Data-Constrained Approach to Estimate the Permafrost Carbon–climate Feedback." Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, October.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Late Quaternary Permafrost Distributions Downscaled for South America: Examinations of GCM-Based Maps with Observations." Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, September.

Marechal, Anaïs, Stephane Mazzotti, Julie L. Elliott, Jeffrey T. Freymueller, and Michael Schmidt. 2015. "Indentor-Corner Tectonics in the Yakutat-St. Elias Collision Constrained by GPS." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 120 (5): 3897–3908.

McAlpin, D., F. Meyer, W. Gong, J. Beget, and P. Webley. 2016. "Pyroclastic flow deposits and InSAR: analysis of long-term subsidence at Augustine Volcano, Alaska." Remote Sensing, 9 (4).

McCarthy, Paul J., Anthony R. Fiorillo, and Edith L. Taylor. 2016. "Ancient Polar Ecosystems and Paleoclimate in Deep Time: Evidence from the Past, Implications for the Future – an Introduction." Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 441 (Spring): 223–225.

McComas, D. J., H.A. Elliott, S. Weidner, P. Valek, E.J. Zirnstein, F. Bagenal, P.A. Delamere, R. W. Ebert, H.O. Funsten, M. Horanyi, R.L. McNutt, C. Moser, N.A. Schwadron, D.F. Strobel, L.A. Young, K. Ennico, C.B. Olkin, S.A. Stern, and H.A. Weaver. 2016. "Pluto's Interaction with the Solar Wind." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121 (May): 4232–4246.

McGuire, A.D., C. Koven, D.M. Lawrence, J.S. Clein, J. Xia, C. Beer, E. Burke, G. Chen, X. Chen, C. Delire, E. Jafarov, A.H. MacDougall, S. Marchenko, D. Nicolsky, S. Peng, A. Rinke, K. Saito, W. Zhang, R. Alkama, T. J. Bohn, P. Ciais, B. Decharme, A. Ekici, I. Gouttevin, T. Hajima, D. J. Hayes, D. Ji, G. Krinner, D.P. Lettenmaier, Y. Luo, P.A. Miller, J.C. Moore, V. Romanovsky, C. Schädel, K. Schaefer, E.A.G. Schuur, B. Smith, T. Sueyoshi, and Q. Zhuang. 2016. "Variability in the sensitivity among model simulations of permafrost and carbon dynamics in the permafrost region between 1960 and 2009." Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 30, 1015–1037.

Meyer, Franz J., D.B. McAlpin, W. Gong, O. Ajadi, S. Arko, P.W. Webley, and J. Dehn. 2015. "Integrating SAR and Derived Products into Operational Volcano Monitoring and Decision Support Systems." ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 100: 106–17.

Meyer, Franz J., Kancham Chotoo, Susan D. Chotoo, Barton D. Huxtable, and Charles Carrano. 2016. "The Influence of Equatorial Scintillation on L-Band SAR Image Quality and Phase." IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 54 (2): 869–80.

Meyer, Franz J., Michael C. Hatfield, and Richard L. Collins. 2016. "The IEEE Alaska Section GRSS Chapter: Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier." IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Magazine, 4 (4).

Mier, J. A. , R. Sanchez, and D. E. Newman. 2016. "Characterization of a transition in the transport dynamics of a diffusive sandpile by means of recurrence quantification analysis."  Physical Review E, 94 (2).

Mölders, Nicole, and Scott Gende. 2015. "Impacts of Cruise-Ship Entry Quotas on Visibility and Air Quality in Glacier Bay." Journal of Environmental Protection, 6: 1236–56.

Mölders, Nicole. and Scott Gende. 2016. "On the Limits to Manage Air-Quality in Glacier Bay." Journal of Environmental Protection, 7, 1923-1955.

Mölders, Nicole, Dina Khordakova, Ralph Dlugi, and Gerhard Kramm. 2016. "Sustainability of Wind Energy under Changing Wind Regimes—A Case Study." Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, 6: 158–73.

Mölders, Nicole, Mary K. Butwin, James M. Madden, Huy N.Q. Tran, Kenneth Sassen, and Gerhard Kramm. 2015. "Theoretical Investigations on Mapping Mean Distributions of Particulate Matter, Inert, Reactive, and Secondary Pollutants from Wildfires by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)." Open Journal of Air Pollution, 4: 149–174.

Morgan, Joanna, Sean Gulick, Timothy Bralower, Elise Chenot, Gail Christeson, Philippe Claeys, Charles Cockell, Gareth S. Collins, Marco J. L. Coolen, Ludovic Ferrière, Catalina Gebhardt, Kazuhisa Goto, Heather Jones, David A. Kring, Erwan Le Ber, Johanna Lofi, Xiao Long, Christopher Lowery, Claire Mellett, Rubén Ocampo-Torres, Gordon R. Osinski, Ligia Perez-Cruz, Annemarie Pickersgill, Michael Pölchau, Auriol Rae, Cornelia Rasmussen, Mario Rebolledo-Vieyra, Ulrich Riller, Honami Sato, Douglas R. Schmitt, Jan Smit, Sonia Tikoo, Naotaka Tomioka, Jaime Urrutia-Fucugauchi, Michael Whalen, Axel Wittmann, Kosei Yamaguchi, and William Zylberman. 2016. The Formation of Peak Rings in Large Impact Craters. Science, 354, (6314): 878-882.

Morton, Don, P.W. Webley, N.J. Harvey, and H.F. Dacre. 2016. "How Accurate Are Volcanic Ash Simulations of the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull Eruption?" Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121 (7): 3534–47.

Muresan, I. S., S. A. Khan, A. Aschwanden, C. Khroulev, T. Van Dam, J. Bamber, M. R. Broeke, B. Wouters, P. Kuipers Munneke, and K. H. Kjaer. 2016. "Glacier Dynamics over the Last Quarter of a Century at Jakobshavn Isbræ." The Cryosphere Discussions, 10 (2): 597–611.

Muskett, Reginald R. 2015. "ICESat GLAS Elevation Changes and ALOS PALSAR InSAR Line-of-Sight Changes on the Continuous Permafrost Zone of the North Slope, Alaska." International Journal of Geosciences, 6 (10): 1101–1115.

Nicolsky, D.J., J.T. Freymueller, R.C. Witter, E.N. Suleimani, and R.D. Koehler. 2016. "Evidence for Shallow Megathrust Slip across the Unalaska Seismic Gap during the Great 1957 Andreanof Islands Earthquake, Eastern Aleutian Islands, Alaska." Geophysical Research Letters. 43:19, 10328-10337.

Nicolsky, D. J., V. E. Romanovsky, S. K. Panda, S. S. Marchenko, and R. R. Muskett. 2016. "Applicability of the ecosystem type approach to model permafrost dynamics across the Alaska North Slope." Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 121:12.

Noetzli, J., H. H. Christiansen, M. Gugliemin, V. E. Romanovsky, N. I. Shiklomanov, S. L. Smith, and L. Zhao. 2016. [Global Climate] Cryosphere, Permafrost thermal state [in “State of the Climate in 2015”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 97:8, S20-S22.

Nolan, M., C.F. Larsen, and M. Sturm. 2015. "Mapping Snow-Depth from Manned-Aircraft on Landscape Scales at Centimeter Resolution Using Structure-from-Motion Photogrammetry." The Cryosphere Discussions, 9: 333–381.

Olefeldt D., .S. Goswami, G. Grosse, D. Hayes, G. Hugelius, P. Kuhry, A.D. McGuire, V.E. Romanovsky, A.B.K. Sannel, E.A.G. Schuur, and M.R. Turetsky. 2016. "Thermokarst terrain: circumpolar distribution and soil carbon vulnerability." Nature Climate Change, 7:13043.

Omidi, Nick, J. Berchem, D. G. Sibeck, and Hui Zhang. 2016. "Impacts of Spontaneous Hot Flow Anomalies on the Magnetosheath and Magnetopause." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, April.

Oriolo, S., P. Oyhantçabal, K. Wemmer, M. A. S. Basei, J. Benowitz, J. Pfänder, F. Hannich, and S. Siegesmund. 2016. "Timing of deformation in the Sarandí del Yí Shear Zone, Uruguay: Implications for the amalgamation of western Gondwana during the Neoproterozoic Brasiliano-Pan-African Orogeny." Tectonics, 35.

Otto, A., P. Delamere, and X. Ma. 2016. "Plasma Transport Driven by the Rayleigh-Taylor Instability." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121 (June): 5260–5271.

Overcast-Howe, K., P. A. Delamere, and M. Copper. 2016. "Modeling Physical Chemistry of the Io Plasma Torus in Two Dimensions." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 121 (7): 6602–6619.

Oxtoby, L.E., S.M. Budge, K. Iken, D.M. O'Brien, and M.J. Wooller. 2016. "Feeding ecologies of key bivalve and polychaete species in the Bering Sea as elucidated by fatty acid and compound-specific stable isotope analyses." Marine Ecology Progress Series, 557:161-175.

Oyama, Shin-ichiro, Yoshizumi Miyoshi, Keisuke Hosokawa, Brenton J. Watkins, Junichi Kurihara, Takuo T. Tsuda, and Christopher T. Fallen. 2016. "Lower Thermospheric Wind Variations in Auroral Patches during the Substorm Recovery Phase." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, March.

Panda, Santosh K., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Sergey S. Marchenko, and David K. Swanson. 2016. "The Fate of Permafrost." Alaska Park Science, June.

Paryani, M., O.O. Awoleke, M. Ahmadi, and C. Hanks. 2016. "Approximate Bayesian Computation for Probabilistic Decline-Curve Analysis in Unconventional Reservoirs." SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering, SPE-183650-PA.

Patrick, Matthew, Tim Orr, Andrew J. Sutton, Weston Thelen, Einat Lev, and David E. Fee. 2016. "Shallowly Driven Fluctuations in Lava Lake Outgassing, Kilauea Volcano." Earth and Planetary Science Letters, January.

Peterson, Peter K., Kerri A. Pratt, William R. Simpson, Son V. Nghiem, Brian H. Stirm, Ulrich Platt, Udo Friess, et al. 2016. "The Role of Open Lead Interactions in Atmospheric Ozone Variability between Arctic Coastal and Inland Sites." Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 4 (May): 000109.

Peterson, Peter K., William R. Simpson, and Son V. Nghiem. 2016. "Variability of Bromine Monoxide at Barrow, Alaska, Over Four Halogen Activation (March–May) Seasons and at Two On-Ice Locations." Journal of Geophysical Research, 121 (3): 1381–96.

Pilloud, Marin A., Mary S. Megyesi, Martin Truffer, and Derek Congram. 2016. "The Taphonomy of Human Remains in a Glacial Environment." Forensic Science International, 261:161.e1–8 (April).

Poludasu, Srichand, Mohabbat Ahmadi, and Catherine L. Hanks. 2015. "Using Experimental Design and Response Surface Methodology to Model Induced Fracture Geometry in Shublik Shale." Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources, Summer.

Ren, J., Q.-G. Zong, X.-Z. Zhou, Hui Zhang, S.Y. Fu, Y.F. Wang, and Y. C.-M. Liu. 2016. "Statistics of the Field-Aligned Currents at the High-Latitude Energetic Electron Boundaries in the Nightside: Cluster Observation." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, March.

Reynolds-Barredo, J.M., D.E. Newman, B.A. Carreras, and I. Dobson. 2016. "The interplay of network structure and dispatch solutions in power grid cascading failures." Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 26 (11), 113111.

Reynolds-Barredo, J. M., D. E. Newman, P. W. Terry and R. Sanchez. 2016. "Fourier signature of filamentary vorticity structures in two-dimensional turbulence." Europhysics Letters, 115 (2016) 34002.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "A Simplified, Data-Constrained Approach to Estimate the Permafrost Carbon-Climate Feedback." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Autumn.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "Interactions of Fire and Climate Increase Permafrost Thaw in Alaskan Lowland Forests." Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, Autumn.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "Isotopic Identification of Soil and Permafrost Nitrate Sources in an Arctic Tundra Ecosystem." Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 120: 1000–1017.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "Late Quaternary Permafrost Distribution Downscaled in South America: Examinations of the GCM-Based Maps with the Observations." Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, Autumn.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "The Global Terrestrial Network for Permafrost Database: Metadata Statistics and Prospective Analysis on Future Permafrost Temperature and Active Layer Depth Monitoring Site Distribution." Earth System Science Data, 7 (Autumn): 245–59.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "[Global Climate] Cryosphere, Permafrost Thermal State [in 'State of the Climate in 2014']." Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, 96 (7): S17–18.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "[The Arctic] Terrestrial Permafrost [in 'State of the Climate in 2014']." Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, 96 (7): S139–41.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "Thermokarst Rates Intensify due to Climate Change and Forest Fragmentation in an Alaskan Boreal Forest Lowland." Global Change Biology, July.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2016. "Effect of Soil Property Uncertainties on Permafrost Thaw Projections: A Calibration-Constrained Analysis." The Cryosphere, 10 (Winter): 341–58.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2016. "Recent Circum-Arctic Ice Wedge Degradation with Major Hydrologic Impacts." Nature Geoscience, 10.1038/NGEO2674 (March).

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2016. "Report from the International Permafrost Association." Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 10.1002 (Winter):1894.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2016. "Review and Synthesis: Changing Permafrost in a Warming World and Feedbacks to the Earth System." Environmental Research Letters, 11 (4).

Romanovsky, V. E., S. L. Smith, K. Isaksen, N. I. Shiklomanov, D. A. Streletskiy, A. L. Kholodov, H. H. Christiansen, D. S. Drozdov, G. V. Malkova, and S. S. Marchenko/ 2016: [The Arctic] Terrestrial Permafrost [in “State of the Climate in 2015”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 97:8, S149-152.

Rong, Zou, Wang Qi, Jeffrey T. Freymueller, Markku Poutanen, X. Cao, C. Zhang, Shaomin Yang, and P. He. 2015. "Seasonal Hydrological Loading in Southern Tibet Detected by Joint Analysis of GPS and GRACE." Sensors, 15 (Autumn): 30525–38.

Ruairuen, Watcharee, Gilberto J Fochesatto, Elena B Sparrow, William Schnabel, Mingchu Zhang, and Yongwon Kim. 2015. "Evapotranspiration Cycles in a High Latitude Agroecosystem: Potential Warming Role." PloS One, 10 (9): e0137209.

Ruppert, N., M. E. West, L. Keyson, C. Ji, V. Silwal, and C. Tape. 2015. "Transtensional Tectonics of the Minto Flats Fault Zone and Nenana Basin, Central Alaska." Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,105 (4): 2081–2100.

Salazar-Jaramillo, Susana, Sarah J. Fowell, Paul J. Mccarthy, Jeff A. Benowitz, Macjec Sliwinski, and Carla S. Tomsich. 2016. "Terrestrial Isotopic Evidence for a Middle-Maastrichtian Warming Event from the Lower Cantwell Formation, Alaska." Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 441 (Spring): 360–76.

Sanchez, Raul, David E. Newman, Viktor K. Decyk, and Jean-Noel G. Leboeuf. 2016. "Implementation of 2D Domain Decomposition in the UCAN Gyrokinetic Particle-in-Cell Code and Resulting Performance of UCAN2." Communications in Computational Physics, 19 (01): 205–25.

Sanchez, R., and D.E. Newman. 2015. "Self-Organized Criticality and the Dynamics of Near-Marginal Turbulent Transport in Magnetically Confined Fusion Plasmas." Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, 57 (12): 123002.

Shen, ZhiChao, Jeffrey T Freymueller, Wei Wen Chen, Si Dao Ni, and Ai Zhi Guo. 2015. "Rapid Earthquake Focal Mechanism Inversion Using High-Rate GPS Velometers in Sparse Network." Science China Earth Sciences, 58 (11): 1970–81.

Selhorst, Gray, Hannah R. Ross, Jack Cooney, Ralph Dlugi, and Nicole Mölders. 2016. "On the Maximum of Wind Power Efficiency." Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 4: 158–78.

Shaw, J. H., A. Plesch, C. Tape, M. P. Suess, T. H. Jordan, G. Ely, E. Hauksson, et al. 2015. "Unified Structural Representation of the Southern California Crust and Upper Mantle." Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 415: 1–15.

Shimer, Grant T., Jeff A. Benowitz, Paul W. Layer, Paul J. Mccarthy, Catherine L. Hanks, and Marwan Wartes. 2016. "40Ar/39Ar Ages and Geochemical Characterization of Cretaceous Bentonites in the Nanushuk, Seabee, Tuluvak and Schrader Bluff Formations, North Slope, Alaska." Cretaceous Research, 57 (Spring): 325–41.

Shimer, Grant T. and P.J. McCARTHY. 2016.  "Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and chemostratigraphy of the Albian-Cenomanian Torok and Nanushuk formations, North Slope, Alaska."  Keck Geology Consortium, 29th Annual Symposium, 1 (7): 1528-7491.

Smith, I.J., A.J. Gough, P.J. Langhorne, A.R. Mahoney, G.H. Leonard, R. Van Hale, S. Jendersie, and T.G. Haskell. 2015. "First-Year Land-Fast Antarctic Sea Ice as an Archive of Ice Shelf Meltwater Fluxes." Cold Regions Science and Technology, 113: 63–70.

Spellman, K., A. Deutsch, C. Mulder, and L. Conner. 2016. "Metacognitive learning in the ecology classroom: a tool for preparing problem solvers in a time of rapid change?" Ecosphere, 7: 1-18.

Starkenburg, Derek P., Stefan Metzger, Gilberto J. Fochesatto, Joseph Alfieri, Rudiger Gens, Anupma Prakash, and Jordi Cristobal Rossello. 2015. "Assessment of de-Spiking Methods for Turbulence Data in Micrometeorology." Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Spring.

Steensen, Torge, Peter Webley, and Jon Dehn. 2015. "Improvements on Near Real Time Detection of Volcanic Ash Emissions for Emergency Monitoring with Limited Satellite Bands." Annals of Geophysics, 57.

Stefanescu, E. Ramona, Abani K Patra, Marcus Bursik, E. Bruce Pitman, P. Webley, and M.D. Jones. 2015. "Forecasting Volcanic Plume Hazards With Fast UQ." Procedia Computer Science, 51: 1613–22.

Sturm, Matthew. 2015. "White Water: Fifty Years of Snow Research in WRR and the Outlook for the Future." Water Resources Research, 51 (7): 4948–65.

Sturm, M., M.A. Goldstein, H. Huntington, and T.A. Douglas. 2016. "Using an option pricing approach to evaluate strategic decisions in a rapidly changing climate: Black–Scholes and climate change." Climatic Change, 1-13.

Suarez, Celina A., Peter P. Flaig, Greg A. Ludvigson, Luis A. Gonzalez, R. Tian, H. Zhou, Paul J. Mccarthy, Dolores A. van der Kolk, and Anthony R. Fiorillo. 2016. "Reconstructing the Paleohydrology of a Cretaceous Alaskan Paleopolar Coastal Plain from Stable Isotopes of Bivalves." Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 441 (Spring): 339–51.

Tape, Carl, and W. Tape. 2016. "A Confidence Parameter for Seismic Moment Tensors." Geophysical Journal International, 205: 938–53.

Tape, Carl, and V. Silwal. 2016. "Seismic Moment Tensors and Estimated Uncertainties in Southern Alaska." Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 121: 2772–2797.

Tape, Carl, and W. Tape. 2015. "A Uniform Parameterization of Moment Tensors." Geophysics Journal International, 202: 2074–2081.

Tape, Carl, Vipul Silwal, Chen Ji, Laura Keyson, Michael E. West, and Natalia Ruppert. 2015. "Transtensional Tectonics of the Minto Flats Fault Zone and Nenana Basin, Central Alaska." Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 105 (4): 2081–2100.

Theurer, Timothy E., and William A. Bristow. 2015. "Application of Adaptive Optics to Scintillation Correction in Phased Array High-Frequency Radar." Radio Science, 50 (6): 526–38.

Trochim, E.D., A. Prakash , D.L. Kane, and V.E.  Romanovsky. 2016. "Remote sensing of water tracks." Earth and Space Science. 3:3, 106-122.

Truffer, M., and Roman Motyka. 2016. "Where Glaciers Meet Water: Subaqueous Melt and Its Relevance to Glaciers in Various Settings." Reviews of Geophysics, January.

Tsang, Louisa L.H., Aron J. Meltzner, Belle Philibosian, Emma M. Hill, Jeffrey T. Freymueller, and Kerry Sieh. 2015. "A 15-Year Slow-Slip Event on the Sunda Megathrust Offshore Sumatra." Geophysical Research Letters, 42 (16): 6630–38.

Tsang, Louisa L.H., Aron J. Meltzner, Emma M. Hill, Jeffrey T. Freymueller, and Kerry Sieh. 2015. "A Paleogeodetic Record of Variable Interseismic Rates and Megathrust Coupling at Simeulue Island, Sumatra." Geophysical Research Letters, 42 (24).

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Webley, Peter W., Franz J. Meyer, and Olaniyi A. Ajadi. 2016. "Change Detection in Synthetic Aperture Radar Images Using a Multiscale-Driven Approach." Remote Sensing, 8 (6): 482.

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Boerner, Wolfgang Martin, Franz J. Meyer, Gerhard Krieger, and Andreas Reigber. 2015. "Development of New Multi-Band Equatorially Orbiting POLinSAR Satellite Sensors System Configurations for Varying Latitudinal Coverage within Total Tropical Belt: Invited Group Presentation for Establishing an Associated Consortium." Fifth Asia-Pacific Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar (APSAR), 342–345. IEEE.

Busby, R., M. West, J. Taber, M. Samolczyk, J. Cubley, P. McQuillan, C. Tape, P. Dorr, and L. Gardine. 2015. "EarthScope Transportable Array Siting Outreach Activities in Alaska and Western Canada." Abstract presented at 2016 IRIS Workshop, Vancouver, Wash., 8-10 June.

Carreras, B.A., D.E. Newman, I. Dobson. 2015. "Lambda-gaga: Toward a New Metric for the Complex System State of the Electrical Grid." IEEE Explore, 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January.

Carreras, B.A., D.E. Newman, I. Dobson, and J.M. Reynolds-Barredo. 2016. "The Impact of Local Power Balance and Link Reliability on Blackout Risk in Heterogeneous Power Transmission Grids." IEEE Explore, 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January.

Conde, Mark, Miguel Larsen, Donald L. Hampton, Manabharat Dhadly, Michael Jason Ahrns, Anasuya Aruliah, Yoshihiro Kakinami, B. Barker, A. Kiene, F. Sigernes, D.A. Lorentzen. 2015. "Winds and Ion Drifts Measured in the Thermospheric Footprint of Earth's Northern Magnetic Cusp During the C-REX Sounding Rocket Mission." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Connerney, J., J. Halekas, J. Espley, P. Delamere, V. Dols, and F. Crary. 2015. "Ion Cyclotron Waves near Mars: Solar Wind Control of Pickup Ion Instability." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Copper, M., P. Delamere, and K. Overcast-Howe. 2015. "Two-Dimensional Modeling of Longitudinal Modulations in the Io Plasma Torus." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Damiano, P., P. Delamere, and B. Stauffer. 2015. "Hybrid Simulation of Wave Propagation in the Io Plasma Torus." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Dehn, Jonathan, and Peter Webley. 2015. "Uncertainties in initial plume modeling: What is needed prior to a volcanic eruption?" AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Dehn, Jonathan, and Peter Webley. 2015. "University Start-ups: A Better Business Model." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Dehn, Jonathan, and Peter Webley. 2015. "Use of Cloud Computing Technology in Natural Hazard Assessment and Emergency Management." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Dehn, Jonathan, Peter Webley, and Martin Harrild. 2015. "Can we detect, monitor, and characterize volcanic activity using 'off the shelf' webcams and low-light cameras?"  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Delamere, Peter A. 2015. "Modeling Physical Chemistry of the Io Plasma Torus in Two Dimensions." ISAS, Magnetospheric Physics, Workshop, Tokyo, Japan.

Delamere, P., F. Crary, T. Cassidy, V. Dols, and F. Bagenal. 2015. "The Atmospheric Escape of Europa: The Role of Symmetrical O2 Charge Exchanges." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Dewane, Patrick, Steven Kibler, John Monahan, and Catherine F. Cahill. 2016. "UAS Systems Engineering Design Process in Active Learning." ASEE Annual Conference.

Elliott, H. A.; D. J. McComas, P.W. Valek, S. Weidner, F. Bagenal, P.A. Delamere, A. Stern, H.A. Weaver, Jr., L.A. Young, K. Ennico Smith, C. Olkin, R.L. McNutt, Jr., M.E. Hill, G. Nicolaou, G. 2015. "The Solar Wind Interaction with Pluto: Part 2." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Gill, Paul, Michael C. Hatfield, Daniel Randle, Richard W. Wies Jr, Rajive Ganguli, and Siena Rosetti. 2015. "Team of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) for Emergency Response in Underground Mining Applications." AIAA Propulsion & Energy Conference.

Hatfield, M.C., J. Monahan, S.R. Hoffman, S. Kibler, A. Upton, and P.B. Dewane. 2016. "Application of 3D Printed and Composites Technology to UAS Development." American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, New Orleans, La. 10.18260/26254.

Hatfield, M. C., J. Monahan, S. Vanderwaal, C.H. France, L.W. Graves. 2016. "UAS Design in Active Learning." American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, New Orleans, La. 10.18260/27085.

Kollmann, P.; M.E. Hill, R.L. McNutt, Jr., L.E. Brown, M.B. Kusterer, J.D. Vandegriff, H.T. Smith, D.G. Mitchell, D.K. Haggerty, F. Bagenal, S.M. Krimigis, C.M. Lisse, P.A. Delamere, H.A. Elliott, M. Horanyi, D.J. McComas, M.R. Piquette, A.R. Poppe, E.J. Sidrow, D.F. Strobel, J. Szalay, P.W. Valek, S. Weidner, E. Zirnstein, K. Ennico Smith, C. Olkin, H.A. Weaver, Jr., L.A. Young, and A. Stern, A. 2015. "Energetic Particles in the Far and near Environment of Pluto." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Ma, X., P. Delamere, F. Bagenal, and D. Ranquist. 2015. "Jupiter Magnetotail Interaction with a Variable Solar Wind: A 3D MHD Simulation." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

McAlpin, David B., Franz J. Meyer, Peter W. Webley, Jonathan Dehn, and James E. Beget. 2015. "Estimating Emplacement Conditions of Pyroclastic Flow Deposits Using InSAR and Finite Element Modeling." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Milan, Italy. July.

McNutt, R., M. Hill, H. Elliott, D. McComas, N. Barnes, D. Strobel, F. Bagenal, and P. Delamere. 2015. "Pluto's Atmosphere-Plasma Interaction: Hybrid Simulations." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Ng, C., P. Delamere, B. Neupane, and V. Kaminker. 2015. "On Asymmetries of Turbulent Magnetic Fluctuations in Jupiter's and Saturn's Magnetospheres." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Nykyri, K., P. Delamere, A. Otto, and X. Ma. 2015. "On the Plausible Observational Features of the Nonlinear Interaction between the Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability and Magnetic Reconnection." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Panda, Santosh K., Alexander L. Kholodov, Charlene Dubay, and Teresa Hansen. 2016. "Engaging Rural Communities in Permafrost and Climate Monitoring in the Upper Kuskokwim Region, Interior Alaska." Arctic Observation Summit.

Saiet, Eyal, Peter Webley, and Michael Hatfield. 2015. "Producing Mosaiced Infrared Data on Natural Hazards for Real-Time Emergency Management Using UAS and Thermal Infrared Cameras." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Salganek, Maya, Donovan Kienenberger, Martin Harrild, Jonathan Dehn, Peter Webley, and Jill Shipman. 2015. "Developing Short Films of Geoscience Research." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Shimer, G.T. and P.J. McCARTHY, 2016.  Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and chemostratigraphy of the Albian-Cenomanian Torok and Nanushuk formations, North Slope, Alaska.  Keck Geology Consortium, 29th Annual Symposium, 1-7. ISBN:  1528-7491.

Stauffer, B., P. Delamere, W. Fox, C. Chaston, J. Johnson, and P. Damiano. 2015. "Ion Gyroradius Effects on Alfvenic Field Aligned Currents and Electron Energization in Planetary Magnetospheres." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Steffl, A., F. Crary, P. Delamere, W. Paterson, F. Bagenal, E. Sidrow, W. Kurth, V. Dols, and T. Cassidy. 2015. "Europa's Plasma Environment: A Reanalysis of Galileo PLS and PWS Observations." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Strobel, D., C. Smith, J. Richardson, R. McNutt, D. McComas, C. Lisse, M. Hill, H. Elliott, P. Delamere, and F. Bagenal. 2015. "Solar Wind at 33 AU: Setting Bounds on the Pluto Interaction." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Tsurusaki, Blakely, Carrie Tzou, Laura D. Carsten-Conner, and Mareca R. Guthrie. 2016. "Exploring Middle School Girls' Notions of Creativity in an Art/Science Academy." International Conference of the Learning Sciences, 1:1269–71. Singapore.

Tape, Carl. 2015. "Fault Locations and Alaska Tectonics Using Seismicity (FLATS): Science Objectives and Deployment Strategy." EarthScope Annual Meeting. June.

Tape, Carl, and W. Tape. 2015. "A Uniform Parameterization of Moment Tensors." Geophysical Journal International. 202 (3): 2074-2081.

Tape, Carl, V. Silwal, C. Ji, L. Hutchinson, M. West, and N. Ruppert. 2015. "Transtensional Tectonics of the Minto Flats Fault Zone and Nenana Basin, Central Alaska." Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America August 2015, 105 (4): 2081-2100.

Tong, P., Q. Liu, and C. Tape. 2015. "The Influence of the Moho in Local and Teleseismic Wavefield Simulations." AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., S11B-01, December.

Tromp, J., Carl Tape, A. Piersanti, A. Michelini, D. Melini, D. Komatitsch, E. Casarotti, and F. Magnoni. 2015. "Towards Full-Waveform Tomography of the Italian Lithosphere." AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Tromp, J., C. Tape, A. Piersanti, A. Michelini, D. Melini, D. Komatitsch, E. Casarotti, and F. Magnoni. 2015. "Towards Full-Waveform Tomography of the Italian Lithosphere." SSA Annual Meeting, Reno, Nevada, April.

Tsurusaki, B., C. Tzou, L. Conner, and M. Guthrie. 2016. "Colors of nature: exploring middle school girls’ notions of creativity in an art/science academy. In Looi, C-K., J. Polman, U. Cress, and P. Reimann (Eds.). 2016. The International Conference of the Learning Sciences: Transforming Learning, Empowering Learners, 2: pp1269-1270.

Webley, Peter, Jonathan Dehn, and Anna Worden. 2015. "Frequency Based Volcanic Activity Detection through Remotely Sensed Data."  AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Zhang, X., B. Lu, U. Bhatt, J. R. Krieger, and J. Zhang. 2016. "Alaskan Regional Climate Changes in Dynamically Downscaled CMIP5 Simulations." Proceedings of the 2013 National Conference on Advances in Environmental Science and Technology. Springer.


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Presentations

Ajadi, Olaniyi A., Franz J. Meyer, and Marivi Tello. 2015. "Application of Lipschitz Regularity and Multiscale Techniques for the Automatic Detection of Oil Spills in Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery." AGU Fall Meeting 2016, December.

Cable, W., V. Romanovsky, and R. Busey. 2016. "Measured Two-Dimensional Ice-Wedge Polygon Thermal and Active Layer Dynamics. AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Cable, W., V. Romanovsky, and R. Busey. 2016. Measured Two-Dimensional Ice-Wedge Polygon Thermal Dynamics." EGU 2016 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria. April.

Cahill, Catherine F. 2015. "Arctic Science Gap Analysis: Enhancing U.S. and International Science and Research Collaboration." Arctic Transformation: Understanding Arctic Research and the Vital Role of Science, September.

Coakley, Bernard J., Rene Forsberg, James Beale, Rose Gabbert, and Steve Kenyon. 2016."New Data Support Updating of the Arctic Gravity Project Grid; Version 3.0." IBCAO-IBCSO Joint Meeting, June.

Coakley, Bernard J., and Ibrahim Ilhan. 2015. "Developing a New Synthesis of Arctic Ocean Tectonics: The History of the Amerasian Basin." Arctic Polar Petroleum Potential Meeting, October.

Coakley, Bernard J. 2015. "Exploring the Arctic Ocean with Submarines and Surface Vessels." Visit to Tulane University, October.

Coakley, Bernard J., and Rene Forsberg. 2015. "Gridded Data in the Arctic; Benefits and Perils of Publicly Available Grids." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Coakley, Bernard J. 2015. "Ground Truth for the Arctic Ocean; the Need for Scientific Ocean Drilling." Arctic Polar Petroleum Potential Meeting, September.

Conner, Laura D., Carrie Tzou, Blakely Tsurusaki, Mareca R. Guthrie, and Stephen Pompea. 2016. "STEAM: An Arts-Infused Approach to STEM Education." National Science Teachers Association National Meeting, March, Nashville, Tenn.

Cristobal Rossello, Jordi, Anupma Prakash, Marcel Buchhorn, and P. Graham. 2016. "Observations from Field to Space: A New Integrated High-Latitude Hyperspectral Laboratory for Surface Water and Vegetation Characterization in Alaska's Arctic and Boreal Regions." Arctic Observing Summit. March.

Cristobal Rossello, Jordi, Marcel Buchhorn, R. F. Kokaly, Anupma Prakash, M. Werdon, and P. Graham. 2016. "Alaska's Field-Based and Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging: A New Facility for Mineral Exploration." Alaska Miners Association Biennial Convention. April.

Cysewski, Margaret, Matthew Sturm, Laura D. Carsten-Conner, Vicki Coats, and Angela Larson. 2016. "Hot Times in Cold Places: Taking Permafrost Educational Programs on the Road." International Conference on Permafrost, June.

Darrow, Margaret M., Nora l. Gyswyt, Franz J. Meyer, Wenyu Gong, and Keith W. Cunningham. 2016. "Monitoring and Analysis of Frozen Debris Lobes Using Remote Sensing: A Multi-Modal Approach to Geohazard Analysis along Infrastructure." Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January.

Delamere, Peter A. 2015. "Solar Wind Interaction with the Giant Magnetospheres and Earth." Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Dynamics, September.

Druckenmiller, Patrick S., Kevin May, Paul J. McCarthy, Sarah J. Fowell, and Robert B. Blodgett. 2015. "Age, Depositional Environments and Paleoecology of Alaska's Oldest Dinosaur Fossils from the Jurassic Naknek Formation." Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meeting, October.

Farquharson, L., V. Romanovsky, W. Cable, and D. Walker. 2016. Widespread and rapid thermokarst development in a region of very cold continuous permafrost in the Canadian High Arctic. AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Fiorillo, Anthony R., and Paul J. McCarthy. 2015. "A Perspective on the Mid-Cretaceous from a High-Latitude Greenhouse, North Slope, Alaska." Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meeting, October.

Gong, Wenyu, Denise L. Thorsen, Franz J. Meyer and Richard L. Collins. 2015. "An Introduction to the IEEE Alaska Section GRSS Chapter." IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Chapters Meeting. July.

Gong, Wenyu, Antje Thiele, Stefan Hinz, Franz J. Meyer, Andrew Hooper, and Piyush S. Agram. 2015. "Comparison of Small Baseline Interferometry Modules in Ground Deformation Monitoring." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Milan, Italy. July.

Gong, Wenyu, Franz J. Meyer, Margaret M. Darrow, and Ronald Daanen. 2015. "Monitoring Frozen Debris Lobes in Northern Alaska Using Satellite Radar Interferometry." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, July.

Grabowska, Flora B. 2016. "3 Useful Tools: Altmetrics; Scimago; BASE." Physics Journal Club, April.

Grabowska, Flora B. 2016. "Flora Grabowska Is Interviewed by Leslie McCartney." Polar Libraries Colloquy Recordings, May.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2016. "ASPE UAS Presentation." Alaska Society of Professional Engineers, January.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2016. "UAF Aerospace Engineering and UAS Educational Activities." UA Board of Regents, February.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2016. "UAF Aerospace Engineering & UAS Educational Activities." AOS Distinguished Visitors, March.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2016. "Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
Surveying & Mapping Technology." Alaska Surveying & Mapping Conference, February.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2016. "Unmanned Vehicles in Mine Rescue Operations and Training." Alaska Miner's Association Annual Conference, April.

Herrick, Robert R. 2016. "Initial Stereo Matching Tests with Magellan Opposite Look Data." International Venus Conference, April.

Herrick, Robert R., Ephy Wheeler, William Crumpacker, and Daniel Bates. 2016. "The Unusual Cratering and Resurfacing History of Mercury as Revealed by the Spatial Density of Craters." 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Spring.

Hock, Regine M. 2016. "Global-Scale Glacier Modeling – Challenges and Recent Progress." International Arctic Science Committee – Network for Arctic Glaciology.

Hock, Regine M. 2015. "Global Glacier Mass Balance Modeling – How Can We Do Better?" General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, June.

Holtkamp, Stephen G. 2016. "Using Earthquakes to Probe Subduction Megathrust Behavior: A Look at Earthquake Swarms and Repeating Earthquakes in Alaska." Japan-Kamchatka-Alaska Subduction Processes, May.

Holtkamp, Stephen G. 2015. "Basic Earthquake Science, plus an Overview of Historic Earthquakes in Alaska." Alaska's Next Big Earthquake, Autumn.

Holtkamp, Stephen G. 2015. "Towards a Network Matched Filter Observatory for Alaska/Aleutian Volcano Monitoring and Research." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Hoppe, Edward, Franz J. Meyer, Adrian Bohane, Giacomo Falorni, Brian Bruckno, Andrea Vaccari, and Matthew Pritchard. 2015. "InSAR Remote Sensing for Performance Monitoring of Transportation Infrastructure at the Network Level." NISAR Applications Workshop, October.

Ilhan, Ibrahim, and Bernard J. Coakley. 2015. "Seismic Stratigraphy and Structure of the Chukchi Borderland: Implications for the Opening of the Canada Basin." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Kholodov, Alexander L., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Susan Natali, and Michael Loranty. 2015. "Ecosystems Impact on Thermal State of Permafrost in Alaska." Permafrost in the XXI Century: Basic and Applied Research, September.

Lee, Olivia A. 2016. "Industry Support in the Landscape of Marine Mammal Research." Oil Spill Technology Symposium, March.

Lindoo, Amanda, and Jessica F. Larsen. 2015. "The Affect of Pre- and Syn-ascent Crystallization on Vesiculation Kinetics and Permeability Development in Low Viscosity Magmas." AGU General Assembly, Fall 2015. December.

Lopez, Taryn M., Michael E. West, Alessandro Aiuppa, Stephen G. Holtkamp, Gaetano Giudice, Stephanie Whittaker, Francesco Capecchiacci, Dane M Ketner, Franco Tassi, John Paskievitch, Giovanni Chiodini, Jens Fiebig, Andrea Luca Rizzo and Stefano Caliro. 2015. "Combining High Temporal Resolution Gas Composition and Seismic Data to Identify Subsurface Fluid Movement within the Katmai Volcanic Complex, Alaska." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Lopez, Taryn M., Tobias Fischer, and Andrea Rizzo. 2016. "Isotopic Constraints on Volatile Cycling Within the Aleutian Arc." Japan Kamchatka Alaska Subduction Processes Workshop.

Luque, A., H. C. Stenbaek-Nielsen, M. G. McHarg, R. K. Haaland. 2016. "Beads and glows: the dynamics of streamer channels." Europhysics Conference on Atomic and Molecular Physics of Ionized Gases XXIII, Bratislava, Slovakia, July.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "The Permafrost Dynamics from 1960 to 2300 Based on Simulations of the GIPL2 across Eurasia: Implications for Soil Carbon Vulnerability, Infrastructure and Socioeconomic Impact." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Marcucci, Emma C., Robert R. Herrick, and Chris Hamilton. 2016. "Lava-Ice Interactions in Lost Jim Lava Flow, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, and Tartarus Colles Lava Flow, Elysium Planitia, Mars." 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Spring.

McAlpin, David B., Franz J. Meyer, Margaret M. Darrow, Wenyu Gong, and Ronald Daanen. 2015. "Using SAR Interferometry to Assess Infrastructure Hazards From Frozen Debris Lobes in Northern Alaska." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

McAlpin, D.B., F.J. Meyer, J. Dehn, and P.W. Webley. 2016. "A New Technique For Quantifying Effusive Volcanic Activity at Tolbachik Volcano Using Multiple Remote Sensing Platforms." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

McCarthy, Paul J., Anthony R. Fiorillo, Carla S. Tomsich, Peter P. Flaig, Susana Salazar Jaramillo, T. Colby Wright, Yoshitsugu Kobayashi, Sarah J. Fowell, and Jeff Benowitz. 2016. "Regional Variability across a Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Arctic Greenhouse Critical Zone: A Comparative Assessment of the Prince Creek and Lower Cantwell Formations, Alaska, USA." Alaska Geological Society Technical Conference, April.

McCarthy, Paul J., Anthony R. Fiorillo, Carla S. Tomsich, Peter P. Flaig, Susana Salazar Jaramillo, T. Colby Wright, Yoshitsugu Kobayashi, Sarah J. Fowell, and Jeff Benowitz. 2015. "Regional Variability across a Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Arctic Greenhouse Critical Zone: A Comparative Assessment of the Prince Creek and Lower Cantwell Formations, Alaska, USA." Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, November.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016.  "Meeting of the Science Definition Team of NASA's Future L-Band SAR Mission NISAR." NISAR Science Team Meeting, February.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016. "Workshop on Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar: Promising New Tool for Networkwide Transportation Infrastructure Monitoring." Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January.

Meyer, Franz J., Chris Stoner, Michael S. Baker, and Zhong LU. 2016. "A Glimpse into the U.S. SAR Community: Recent Activities and Emerging Trends." Keynote Presentation at Fourth Helmholtz Remote Sensing and Earth System Dynamics Alliance Week, June–July.

Meyer, Franz J., Katey M. Walter Anthony, Guido Grosse, Christopher D. Arp, Melanie Engram, Lisa Wirth, Prajna Lindgren, Benjamin Jones, and Ronald Daanen. 2015. "Methane Emissions from Thermokarst Lakes Using Remote Sensing and Field Data." Science Team Meeting of the NASA Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) Program, September.

Meyer, Franz J., Katey M. Walter Anthony, Melanie Engram, and Prajna Lindgren. 2016.  "ASF's Remote Sensing Services Relevant to the NASA ABoVE Program." Science Team Meeting of the NASA Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) Program, January.

Meyer, Franz J., Mark Simons, Cathleen Jones, Sang-ho Yun, Andrea Donnellan, Maggi Glasscoe, and Susan Owen. 2015. "Change Detection for Disaster Monitoring." NISAR Applications Workshop, October.

Meyer, Franz J., Paul Rosen, and Sean Buckley. 2015. "NISAR Mission Data Products." NISAR Applications Workshop, October.

Meyer, F.J., P.W. Webley, J. Dehn, S.A. Arko, D.B. McAlpin, and W. Gong. 2016. "The SARVIEWS Project: Automated SAR Processing in Support of Operational Near Real-time Volcano Monitoring." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Meyer, Franz J., and Scott Arko. 2016. "Making SAR Data Accessible - New Data Products and Services from the Alaska Satellite Facility." Alaska Surveying and Mapping Conference, February.

Meyer, Franz J., Scott Arko, and Rudiger Gens. 2015. "Making SAR Data Accessible - ASF's ALOS PALSAR Radiometric Terrain Correction Project." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Meyer, Franz J., Scott Arko, Evan Zaugg, Alexander Kozak, Eyal Saiet, Michael C. Hatfield, and Dayne Broderson. 2015. "AK-ArISE: A Fully-Polarimetric Interferometric Airborne L-Band SAR System for Alaska." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, July.

Meyer, Franz J., and Zhong Lu. 2016. "Recent Activities of the WInSAR Consortium." 2016 UNAVCO Science Workshop, March.

Meyer, Franz J., Zhong Lu, Gareth Funning, Ingrid Johanson, Christelle Wauthier, Matthew Pritchard, and Michael S. Baker. 2016. "InSAR Results from the WInSAR Consortium." ESA Living Planet Symposium, May.

Mölders, Carmen Nicole. 2016. "Smoke Forecasting with the Weather Research and Forecasting Inline with Chemistry (WRF/Chem) Model and Application of UAV Technology." IARC Salon Talks, May.

Mölders, Carmen Nicole. 2016. "What Is New and Exciting Research in the Atmospheric Science Group?" Geophysical Institute, Lunch Seminar Series. February.

Mölders, Carmen Nicole. 2015. "Air Quality and Shipping Emissions." UAF EPA Region 10 and AK Department of Environmental Conservation Briefing, August.

Mölders, Carmen Nicole. 2015. "NWP Performance in Predicting Mesoscale Phenomena." Meeting of NOAA and Department of Atmospheric Sciences, July.

Muskett, Reginald R. 2016. "ICESat GLAS Elevation Changes and ALOS PALSAR InSAR Line-of-Sight Changes on the Continuous Permafrost Zone of the North Slope, Alaska." XI International Conference on Permafrost, June.

Neish, Catherine, et. al., and Robert R. Herrick. 2015. "The Role of Surface Topography in Impact Melt Emplacement on Terrestrial Planets." Bridging the Gap III, Impact Cratering in Nature, Experiments, and Modeling, September.

Ng, Chung-sang, and Timothy Dennis. 2016. "Simulations and Transport Models for Imbalanced Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence." ASTRONUM 2016 - 11th International Conference on Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows, June.

Ng, Chung-sang. 2016. "Observation of Kinetic Flux Ropes during the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission." Alaska Space Grant and NASA EPSCoR Education and Research Symposium, April.

Ng, Chung-sang, Peter A. Delamere, Vitaliy Kaminker, and Bishwa Neupane. 2015. "A New Model for Turbulent Heating of Jupiter's Magnetosphere." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Ng, Chung-sang. 2015. "Exact Vlasov Solutions for Kinetic Flux Ropes Generated during Magnetic Reconnection." AGU Chapman Conference, September.

Ng, Chung-sang, Peter A. Delamere, Vitaliy Kaminker, and Bishwa Neupane. 2015. "On Asymmetries of Turbulent Magnetic Fluctuations in Jupiter's and Saturn's Magnetospheres." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Ng, Chung-sang. 2015. "Possible Properties of Kinetic Flux Ropes Generated by Magnetic Reconnection." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Panda, Santosh K. 2015. "Alaska's Thawing Permafrost: Latest Results and Future Projections." Press Conference at the AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Panda, Santosh K. 2016. "Permafrost in Alaska: Looking Back, Looking Ahead." GIGSA Seminar, April.

Panda, Santosh K., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Sergey S. Marchenko, and David K. Swanson. 2016. "Past, Present and Future Permafrost Distribution in National Parks of Alaska: A High-Resolution Modeling Investigation." XI International Conference on Permafrost, June.

Prakash, Anupma, Jordi Cristobal Rossello, Marcel Buchhorn, P. Graham, R. F. Kokaly, M. Werdon, Martin Stuefer, and Donald L. Hampton. 2016. "Hyperspectral Imaging for Resource Exploration and Mapping." Alaska Geological Society Technical Conference, April.

Pritchard, Matthew, M Comeau, M. West, and Douglas H. Christensen. 2015. "Multi-Sensor Geophysical Constraints on Crustal Melt in the Central Andes: The PLUTONS Project." Fall AGU Meeting, December.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E., Dmitry J. Nicolsky, Sergey S. Marchenko, Willian Cable, Alexander L. Kholodov, Santosh K. Panda, and Reginald R. Muskett. 2016. "Past, Present and Future Changes in Permafrost Temperatures in Alaska." XI International Conference on Permafrost, June.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E., William Cable, Alexander L. Kholodov, Dmitry J. Nicolsky, Sergey S. Marchenko, Santosh K. Panda, and Reginald R. Muskett. 2015. "Detecting and Forecasting Permafrost Degradation in a Warming Climate." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Rosen, Paul, and Franz J. Meyer. 2015. "Synthetic Aperture Radar, Polarimetry, and Interferometry." NISAR Applications Workshop, October.

Ruppert, Natalia A., Macpherson A. Kenneth, and Stephen G. Holtkamp. 2015. "Revisiting Notable Earthquakes and Seismic Patterns of the Past Decade in Alaska." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Stenbaek-Nielsen, H.C. 2016.  "High Speed Sprite Imaging." Thunderstorm Effects on the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System Final Meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark, June.

Stenbaek-Nielsen, H.C.. 2016. "Dr. Davis D. Sentman, in Memoriam." Thunderstorm Effects on the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System Final Meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark, June.

Stuefer, Martin. 2016. "ARM Stratospheric Water Vapor Profiling with the Cryogenic Frost Point Hygrometer in Support of GRUAN." Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility and ASR Joint User Group/Principal Investigators Meeting. May.

Stuefer, Martin. 2016. "UTLS Cryogenic Frostpoint Hygrometer Observations at the Southern Great Plains Site (SGP) at Lamont, Oklahoma." Eighth GRUAN Implementation-Coordination Meeting (ICM-8), March.

Stuefer, Martin. 2015. "Climate Change in Alaska and Research Opportunities." First Central European Polar Meeting.

Tape, Carl. 2015. "Ruptures to Rafters: Prospects for Using Ground Motion Simulations of Large Earthquakes in Alaska to Estimate Motions of Critical Structures." Alaska’s Next Big Earthquake, November.

Truffer, Martin, Christopher F. Larsen, and Lee Pedersen. 2015. "Interaction of Black Rapids Glacier with Its Tributaries." Northwest Glaciologists, October.

Truffer, Martin, Christopher F. Larsen, and Lee Petersen. 2015. "Tributary Interaction at Black Rapids Glacier during Speed-up Events." IGS Meeting on Hydrology of Glaciers and Icesheets, July.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Analysis of the Spurr 1992, Redoubt 2009, and Kelut 2014 Eruptions with the Puff VATD Model." Volcanic Disaster Preparedness Research Center Workshop.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Arctic Physiscal Environment." Arctic Security Domain Orientation, June.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "A Real-Time Volcanic Ash Decision Support System (DSS)." Volcanic Disaster Preparedness Research Center Workshop.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Environmental Impacts in the Arctic." Arctic Security Domain Orientation, June.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Preparedness within the Arctic: Training the next Generation of Emergency Management Personnel." Arctic Science Summit Week Conference, March.

Webley, Peter W., Olga Grina, and Jill Shipman. 2016. "Remote Sensing Analysis of the 2015-2016 Sheveluch Volcano Activity." Ninth Biennial Workshop on Japan-Kamchatka-Alaska Subduction Processes, June.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Template for Use of Probabilistic Operational Processes." SUNY Buffalo Workshop on Uncertainty Analysis in Geosciences, March.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Thermal Remote Sensing and Ash Dispersion Modeling of the 2016 Eruption of Pavlof Volcano." Ninth Biennial Workshop on Japan-Kamchatka-Alaska Subduction Processes, May.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "V-ADAPT, Inc. – Building a Business." Guest Lecturer: James McDermott Class: Intro Business), April.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Volcano Scenario." Arctic Collaborative Workshop, April.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Plenary Series: Center for the Study of Security, Hazards, Response, and Preparedness." Arctic Energy Summit, September.

Webley, Peter W. 2015. "Arctic Energy Summit TED Talk - C-SSHRP: Preparedness Is the Key." Arctic Energy Summit, September.

Webley, Peter W. 2015. "The ONCE Tool - Online Camera Environment." Arctic Innovation Competition, October.

Webley, Peter W. 2015. "Volcanoes." Alaska National Guard - CONPLAN, TAG of AK National Guard, August.

Wolken, Gabriel, and Franz J. Meyer. 2016. Event Organizer: Natural Hazards and Disaster Response in Alaska: The Role of Remote Sensing in the 2015 Sitka Debris Flows Emergency Response Effort." IEEE Alaska GRSS Luncheon Lectures Series, "Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier," June.

Zhao, L. L., Q.-G. Zong, and Hui Zhang. 2016. "HFA Generated ULF Waves in the Magnetosphere." 2016 GEM Workshop, June.

Zhao, L. L., Hui Zhang, and Q.-G. Zong. 2016. "Statistical Study on the Current Sheet of Hot Flow Anomalies." 2016 GEM Workshop, June.

Zhang, Hui. 2016. "Foreshock and Magnetosheath Transients and Their Geoeffects." 2016 GEM Workshop, June.

Zhang, Hui. 2015. "Cold Ions of Ionospheric Origin Observed at the Magnetopause and Their Effects on Reconnection." AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Dynamics, September.


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Poster Presentations

Buchhorn, Marcel, Anupma Prakash, Donald L. Hampton, Jordi Cristobal Rossello, C. Waigl, Martin Stuefer, and R. Kokaly. 2016. "HyLab – Alaska's In-State Capability for Airborne Imaging Spectroscopy." XI International Conference on Permafrost, Potsdam, Germany.\, June.

Burgett, Brandon, Justin Long, Peter Whaley, Amir Raz, Robert R. Herrick, Denise L. Thorsen, and Peter A. Delamere. 2016. "Mini-MAGGIE: CubeSat MAGnetism and Gravity Investigation at Europa." 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Spring.

Cable, W., V. Romanovsky, and R. Busey. 2016. Measured Two-Dimensional Ice-Wedge Polygon Thermal Dynamics. XI International Conference on Permafrost, Potsdam, Germany. June.

Cable, W., and V. Romanovsky. 2016. Best Practices in Permafrost Temperature Measurement. XI International Conference on Permafrost, Potsdam, Germany, June.

Chandnani, Mitali, and Robert R. Herrick. 2015. "Morphologic Analysis of Lunar Craters in the Simple-to-Complex Transition." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Christensen, Douglas H., Nealey Sims, and Melissa Driskell. 2015. "Shear Wave Splitting Observations Beneath Uturuncu Volcano, Bolivia." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Conner, Laura D., Stephen Pompea, Carrie Tzou, Mareca R. Guthrie, Blakely Tsurusaki, and Jennifer Danielson. 2015. "Integrating Art and Science Through 'Design Challenges'" AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Fiebig, Jens, Franco Tassi, Fatima Vivieros, Catarina Silva, Taryn M. Lopez, and Walter D'Alessandro. 2015. "The Bulk Isotopic Composition of Hydrocarbons in Subaerial Volcanic-Hydrothermal Emissions from Different Tectonic Settings." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Graham, P., and Jordi Cristobal Rossello. 2016. "Integrating Multiplatform Remote Sensing and Field Data to Estimate Surface Energy Fluxes in Arctic Ecosystems." Alaska Geological Society Technical Conference, April.

Hatfield, Michael C., Peter W. Webley, and Eyal Saiet. 2015. "Producing Mosaiced Infrared Data on Natural Hazards for Real-Time Emergency Management Using UAS and Thermal Infrared Cameras." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Herrick, Robert R., Ephy Wheeler, William Crumpacker, and Daniel Bates. 2015. "Initial Results from a Global Database of Mercurian Craters." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Kholodov, Alexander L., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Susan Natali, and Michael Loranty. 2016. "Ecosystem Impact on Thermal State of Permafrost in Alaska." Arctic Science Summit Week.

Kholodov, Alexander L., Anna K. Liljedahl, Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Andrew Chamberlain, and William Cable. 2015. "Impact of Shallow Water Bodies on the Permafrost Temperature and Estimation of Risk of Thermokarst Development at the Barrow Environmental Observatory Area." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Kholodov, Alexander L., Susan Natali, Michael Loranty, and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. 2015. "Vegetation Impact on Thermal State of Permafrost. Why Long-Term Ground Temperature Observations Should Be Supplemented with Ecosystem Research." Arctic Observing Open Science Meeting, November.

Lee, Olivia A., Hajo Eicken, Dennis Lassuy, and John Payne. 2015. "Scenarios Used to Engage Scientists and Decision-Makers in a Changing Arctic." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Lee, Olivia A., Hajo Eicken, Andrew R. Mahoney, Billy Adams, and Winton Weyapuk Jr. 2015. "Sparse Ice: Geophysical, Biological and Indigenous Knowledge Perspectives on a Habitat for Ice-Associated Fauna." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Lopez, Taryn M., Franco Tassi, Francesco Capecchiacci, Giovanni Chiodini, Jens Fiebig, Andrea Rizzo, and Stefano Caliro. 2016. "Gas Geothermometry for Typical and Atypical Hydrothermal Gases: A Case Study of Mount Magiek and Trident Volcanoes, Alaska." European Geophysical Union General Assembly, April.

Lopez, Taryn M., Christoph Kern, Andres Diaz, Samual Vanderwaal, and Adam Levy. 2015. "Integration and Testing of Miniaturized Volcanic Gas-Sensing Instruments on UAV Platforms." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Marcucci, Emma C., Robert R. Herrick, and Chris Hamilton. 2015. "Lost Jim Lava Flow, Seward Peninsula, Alaska as an Analog for Lava–ice Interactions on Mars." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

McAlpin, D.B., F.J. Meyer, J. Dehn, and P.W. Webley. 2016. A New Technique For Quantifying Effusive Volcanic Activity at Tolbachik Volcano Using Multiple Remote Sensing Platforms. AGU Fall MeetingDecember.

Muskett, Reginald R. 2015. "Active-Layer Soil Moisture Content Regional Variations in Alaska and Russia by Ground-Based and Satellite-Based Methods, 2002 Through 2014." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Muskett, Reginald R. 2015. "ICESat GLAS Elevation Changes and ALOS PALSAR InSAR Line-of-Sight Changes on the Continuous Permafrost Zone of the North Slope, Alaska." NASA-ISRO SAR Mission Applications Workshop: Linking The Applied Science Community to Mission Data, October.

Muskett, Reginald R. 2016. "ICESat GLAS Elevation Changes and ALOS PALSAR InSAR Line-of-Sight Changes on the Continuous Permafrost Zone of the North Slope, Alaska." European Geoscience Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April.

Muskett, Reginald R., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, William L. Cable, and Alexander L. Kholodov. 2016. "Active-Layer Soil Moisture Content Regional Variations in Alaska and Russia by Ground-Based and Satellite-Based Methods, 2002 Through 2014." XI International Conference on Permafrost, June.

Muskett, Reginald R., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, William L. Cable, and Alexander L. Kholodov. 2016. "Active-Layer Soil Moisture Content Regional Variations in Alaska and Russia by Ground-Based and Satellite-Based Methods, 2002 Through 2014." European Geoscience Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April.

Nicolsky, Dmitry J., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Santosh K. Panda, Sergey S. Marchenko, and Reginald R. Muskett. 2016. "Applicability of the Ecosystem Type Approach to Model Permafrost and Ground Temperature Dynamics across the Alaska North Slope." XI International Conference on Permafrost, June.

Nicolsky, Dmitry J., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Santosh K. Panda, Sergey S. Marchenko, and Reginald R. Muskett. 2015. "Assessment of the Permafrost Changes in the 21st Century and Their Impact on Infrastructure in the Alaskan Arctic." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Panda, Santosh K., Vladimir E. Romanovsky, Sergey S. Marchenko, and David K. Swanson. 2015. "Forecast of Permafrost Distribution, Temperature and Active Layer Thickness for Arctic National Parks of Alaska through 210." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Panda, Santosh K., and Kevin Schaefer. 2015. "Realizing Full Potential of Remotely Sensed Active Layer Thickness (ReSALT) Products." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Pettit, Erin C., Laura D. Conner, and Carrie Tzou. 2015. "Building Science Identity in Disadvantaged Teen Girls Using an Apprenticeship Model." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Pouget, Solene, Emile Jansons, R. Rustowicz, Marcus I. Bursik, Andrew Tupper, and Peter W. Webley. 2015. "An Algorithm for Automated Cloud Pattern Recognition and Mass Eruption Rate Estimation from Umbrella Cloud or Downwind Plume Observed via Satellite Imagery." World Meteorological Organization Seventh International Workshop on Volcanic Ash, October.

Prakash, Anupma, Marcel Buchhorn, Jordi Cristobal Rossello, R. F. Kokaly, P. Graham, C. Waigl, Donald L. Hampton, and M. Werdon. 2015. "Field-Based and Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging for Applied Research in the State of Alaska." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E., William L. Cable, Alexander L. Kholodov, Dmitry J. Nicolsky, Sergey S. Marchenko, Santosh K. Panda, and Reginald R. Muskett. 2015. "Detecting and Forecasting Permafrost Degradation in a Warming Climate." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Stuefer, Martin. 2015. "Volcanic WRF-Chem Model Application Updates." Seventh International Volcanic Ash Workshop, Sponsored by the World Meteorological Organization, October.

Tedesche, Molly, and Laura D. Conner. 2015. "A 'CASE' Study on Developing Science Communication and Outreach Skills of University Graduate Student Researchers in Alaska." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Timm, Kristin, Sue Mitchell, and Theresa Bakker. 2016. "Using Strategic Communication to Engage Participants and the Community at the 2016 Arctic Science Summit Week." AGU Fall Meeting, December.

Tzou, Carrie, Blakely Tsurusaki, Laura D. Conner, Mareca R. Guthrie, and Stephen Pompea. 2016. "Equity and Access in Science: Understanding Pathways Frameworks for Youth Learning and Development." American Educational Research Association, April.

Van Der Male, Aaron, and Robert R. Herrick. 2016. "Digital Elevation Models and Orthomosaics Using Inexpensive Unmanned Aerial Vehicles." Research Day, UAF, and Alaksa Geological Society Technical Session, April.

Webley, Peter W., Sungsu Lee, and Hee J. Ham. 2016. "Assessing Potential Ash Impact from Volcanic Eruptions: Case Study from Baekdu Volcano." Volcanic Disaster Preparedness Research Center.

Webley, Peter W., Abani Patra, Marcus Bursik, E. Bruce Pitman, Jonathan Dehn, Tarung Singh, Puneet Singla, E. Ramona Stefansecu, et al. 2016. "Probabilistic Volcanic Ash Cloud Simulations: Characterizing the Uncertainty and Moving into the Operational Environment." Volcanic Disaster Preparedness Research Center.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "V-ADAPT, Inc." Arctic Energy Summit, September.

Webley, Peter W. 2016. "Vulnerability Analysis & Risk Assessment of Airborne Hazards on Critical Infrastructure." Arctic Energy Summit, September.

Webley, Peter W., Abani Patra, Marcus I. Bursik, E Bruce Pitman, Jonathan Dehn, Tarung Singh, Puneet Singla, et al. 2015. "Probabilistic Volcanic Ash Cloud Simulations: Characterizing the Uncertainty and Moving into the Operational Environment." World Meteorological Organization Seventh International Workshop on Volcanic Ash, October.

Zhang, Hui. 2015. "Recent Advances in Hot Flow Anomaly Studies." AGU Fall Meeting. December.


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Reviews

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "A Study of Surface Net Long-Wave Radiation and Its Effects on the Surface Soil Thermal Regime in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China." Environmental Earth Sciences.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Changes in the Ground Thermal Regime in Russian Permafrost Regions, 1963-2013." Environmental Research Letters.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Changes to Soil Thermal and Hydraulic Regimes in Northern Hemisphere Permafrost Regions over the 21st Century." Journal of Climate.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Gap Filling Algorithm for Ground Surface Temperature Data." Permafrost and Periglacial Processes.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Impact of Model Developments on Present and Future Simulations of Permafrost in a Global Land-Surface Model." The Cryosphere.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "LGM Permafrost Thickness and Extent in the Northern Hemisphere Derived from the Earth System Model iLOVECLIM." Permafrost and Periglacial Processes.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Semi-Automated Calibration Method for Modelling of Mountain Permafrost Evolution in Switzerland." The Cryosphere.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Site-Level Model Intercomparison of High Latitude and High Altitude Soil Thermal Dynamics in Tundra and Barren Landscapes." The Cryosphere.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2015. "Variations of Ground Temperatures of Permafrost in the Two Watersheds of the Interior and Eastern Qilian Mountains." Cold Regions Science and Technology.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2016. "Applications and Evaluations of Widely Used Simple Permafrost Distribution Models on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau." Permafrost and Periglacial Processes.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2016. "Thermal Regime Caused by Difference of Freeze-Thaw Processes between Lake and Permafrost Areas in Hovsgol Regions, Northern Mongolia." Cold Regions Science and Technology.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016. "DLR Peer Review Panel: 2016 Science Award of the German Aerospace Center." Fairbanks, AK: German Aerospace Center.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016. "ESIP Review Board Membership: Reviewing Projects of the NASA Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST) Program." Washington, DC.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016. "NASA Review Panel Membership: Reviewing Projects of the NASA Earth Surface and Interior (ESI) Program." Washington, D.C.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016. "Review Board membership: 2016 CEOS SAR Cal/Val Symposium." Tokyo, JN: CEOS.

Meyer, Franz J. 2016. "Review Board Membership: IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) 2016." Beijing, China: IEEE.

Meyer, Franz J. 2015. "Peer Review and Letter of Support Writing for the German Aerospace Center's "TanDEM-L" Mission Concept Proposal."

Overland, J., E. Hanna, I. Hanssen-Bauer, S. J. Kim, J. Walsh, M. Wang, and Uma S. Bhatt. 2015. "The Arctic Air Temperature—[in "State of the Climate in 2014"]." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.


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Reports

Epstein, H. E., U. S. Bhatt, M. K. Raynolds, D. A. Walker, P. A. Bieniek, C. J. Tucker, J. Pinzon, I. H. Myers-Smith, B. C. Forbes, M. Macias-Fauria, N. T. Boelman, S. K. Sweet. 2015. "Tundra Greeness [in Arctic Report Card 2015]." NOAA.

Fallen, Christopher T. 2015. "Determining Energy Distributions of HF-Accelerated Electrons at HAARP." Department of Defense Technical Report, November.

Hock, Regine M., and Gabriel Wolken. 2015. "Glacier and Runoff Changes Study – Final Study Report, Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project."

Lee, Olivia A. 2016. "Contributions of Animal-Borne Sensors to Understanding Broad-Scale Oceanographic-Biological Linkages." Arctic Observing Summit, March.

Marchenko, Sergey S. 2016. "The Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic Baffin Bay/Davis Strait Regional Report." March.

Pegau, W.S., J. Garron, L. Zabilansky. 2016. "Detection of Oil On-In-and-Under Ice." Arctic Oil Spill Response Technology Joint Industry Programme, Final Report 5.3, January.

Potter, S., I. Buist, D. Cooper, W. Schnabel, J. Garron, R. Perkins, S. Aggarwal, R. Bullock, P. Lane. 2016. "Field Research on Helicopter Application of Chemical Herders to Advance In Situ Burning." Arctic Oil Spill Response Technology Joint Industry Programme Final Report, January.

Sturm, M., M. Durand, D. Robinson and M. Serreze. 2016. Got Snow? The Need to Monitor Earth's Resources.  NASA.  Editor: Agnieszka Gautier.

Thoman, R.L., U.S. Bhatt, M. Wang, J.E. Walsh, S.J. Kim, I. Hanssen-Bauer, E. Hanna, and J. Overland. 2015. "Surface Air Temperature [in Arctic Report Card 2015]." NOAA.

Van der Kolk, D.A., Whalen, M.T., and Wartes, M.A., 2015, Source-Rock Potential of the Lower Cretaceous Pebble Shale Unit, northeastern Alaska, Preliminary Interpretive Report 2015-1, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys.

 

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2015 Publication List

Here are the publications for the 2015 fiscal year. GI affiliated authors are in bold

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Books

Da Silva, A.C., M.T. Whalen, J. Hladil, L. Chadimova, D. Chen, S. Spassov, F. Boulvain and X. Devleeschouwer, eds. 2015. Magnetic Susceptibility Application: A Window onto Ancient Environments and Climatic Variations. London: Geological Society of London.

Dean, Kenneson, and Jonathan Dehn, eds.. 2015. Monitoring Volcanoes in the North Pacific: Observations from Space, edited by Dean, K.J. and Dehn, J., Springer and Praxis, pp. 27-47, Print Book ISBN 978-3540241256, eBook ISBN 978-3540687504.

Keiling, Andreas, Caitríona M. Jackman, and Peter A. Delamere, eds. 2015. Magnetotails in the Solar System. American Geophysical Union. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ. ISBN: 978-1-118-84234-8. 424 pages.

Stracher, Glenn B., Anupma Prakash, and Guillermo Rein (Eds.). 2015. "Coal and peat fires: A global perspective, Volume 4, Peat – Geology, combustion, and case studies." Elsevier, 174 p., Print Book ISBN 978-0444595102.


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Chapters

Da Silva, Anne-Christine, Michael T. Whalen, Jindra Hladil, Leona Chadimova, Diazhao Chen, Simo Spassov, Boulvain Frederick, and Xavier Devleeschouwer. 2015. "Magnetic Susceptibility Application: A Window onto Ancient Environments and Climatic Variation: Forward." In Magnetic Susceptibility Application: A Window onto Ancient Environments and Climatic Variation, 1–13. http://doi.org/10.1144/SP414.12.

Delamere, Peter A. 2015. “Solar Wind Interaction with Giant Magnetospheres and Earth's Magnetosphere.” In Magnetotails in the Solar System, eds. A. Keiling, C.M. Jackman and P.A. Delamere. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ. doi: 10.1002/9781118842324.

Freymueller, John, B. Murray, Hazel Rymer, and Corinne A. Locke. 2015. "Ground Deformation, Gravity, and Magnetics." In The Encyclopedia of Volcanoes (Second Edition). Academic Press. Pages 1101–23.

Gardner, Chester S., and Richard L. Collins. 2015. "Lidar Resonance." In Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences, 2nd Edition. Editor-in-Chief: Gerald R. NorthElsevier. ISBN: 978-0-12-382225-3. Pages 305-308.

Gens, Rudiger, and Jordi Cristobal Rossello. 2015. "Remote Sensing Data Normalization." In Remotely Sensed Data Characterization, Classification, and Accuracies. CRC Press. Taylor and Francis group.

Jutzi, Boris, Franz J. Meyer, and Stefan Hinz. 2015. "Aktive Fernerkundungssensorik – Technologische Grundlagen Und Abbildungsgeometrie." In Handbuch Geodaesie – Band Photogrammetrie Und Fernerkundung. Germany: Springer Verlag.

Lyons, L. R., Y. Nishimura, B. Gallardo-Lacourt, Y. Zou, E.F. Donovan, S. Mende, V. Angelopoulos, J.M. Ruohoniemi, K.A. McWilliams, D. L. Hampton, and M.J. Nicolls. 2015. Dynamics Related to Plasmasheet Flow Bursts as Revealed from the Aurora, in Auroral Dynamics and Space Weather (eds Y. Zhang and L. J. Paxton), John Wiley & Sons, Inc, Hoboken, NJ. doi: 10.1002/9781118978719.ch8

McNutt, Stephen, Glenn Thompson, Jeffrey B. Johnson, Silvio De Angelis, and David E. Fee. 2015. "Seismic and Infrasonic Monitoring." In Encyclopedia of Volcanoes.

Platt, C.M.R., and Richard L. Collins. 2015. "Lidar Backscatter." In Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences, 2nd Edition. Editor-in-Chief: Gerald R. NorthElsevier. ISBN: 978-0-12-382225-3. Pages 270–276.

Prakash, Anupma, and Claudia Kuenzer. 2015. "Remote sensing based mapping and monitoring of coal fires." In Remote Sensing Handbook, Volume 3, Water Resources, Disasters, and Urban: Monitoring, Modeling, and Mapping, edited by Thenkabail, P., CRC Press, pp. 561-577, ISBN 978-1482217919.

Waigl, C. F.Prakash, A., Ferguson, A., & Stuefer, M. 2015. Coal-Fire Hazard Mapping in High-Latitude Coal Basins: A Case Study from Interior Alaska. Chapter 24  in E. V. Sokol, G. B. Stracher, & A. Prakash (Eds.), Coal and Peat Fires: a Global Perspective (Vol. 3, pp. 633–649). Boston: Elsevier. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-59509-6.00024-7.

Watson, I.M. and Anupma Prakash. 2015. "Satellite systems and interactions." In Monitoring Volcanoes in the North Pacific: Observations from Space, edited by Dean, K.J. and Dehn, J., Springer and Praxis, pp. 27-47, Print Book ISBN 978-3540241256, eBook ISBN 978-3540687504.

Whalen, Michael T., Maciej G. Sliwinski, Joshua H. Payne, James E. Day, Daizhao Chen, and Anne-Christine Da Silva. 2015. "Chemostratigraphy and Magnetic Susceptibility of the Late Devonian Frasnian–Famennian Transition in Western Canada and Southern China: Implications for Carbon and Nutrient Cycling and Mass Extinction." In Magnetic Susceptibility Application: A Window onto Ancient Environments and Climatic Variations. London: Geological Society of London.


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Journal Articles

Achilleos, N., N. André, X. Blanco-Cano, P.C. Brandt, P.A. Delamere, and R. Winglee. 2015. “Transport of Mass, Momentum and Energy in Planetary Magnetodisc Regions.” Space Science Reviews 187 (April): 229–99.

Albert, SarahDavid Fee, Pavel Firstov, Evgeniy Makhmudov, and Pavel Izbekov. 2015. "Infrasound from the 2012–2013 Plosky Tolbachik, Kamchatka Fissure Eruption." Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research.

Allstadt, K.E., D.E. Shean, A. Campbell, M. Fahnestock, and S.D. Malone. 2015. “Observations of Seasonal and Diurnal Glacier Velocities at Mount Rainier, Washington, Using Terrestrial Radar Interferometry.” The Cryosphere 9 (6): 2219–35.

Alshawaf, Fadwa, Stefan Hinz, Franz J. Meyer, and Michael Mayer. 2015. “Constructing Accurate Maps of Atmospheric Water Vapor by Combining Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar and GNSS Observations.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere 120 (4): 1391–1403. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2014JD022419/full

Alshawaf, Fadwah, B. Fersch, Stefan Hinz, Michael Mayer, and Franz J. Meyer. 2015. “Water Vapor Mapping by Fusing InSAR and GNSS Remote Sensing Data and Atmospheric Simulations.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 12 (1): 363–404. http://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci-discuss.net/12/363/2015/hessd-12-363-2015.pdf

Arce, Jose Luis, Paul Layer, Isela Martinez, Jose Ivan Salinas, Maria Consuelo Macias-Romo, Eric Morales-Casique, Jeff Benowitz, Oscar Escolero, and Nils Lenhardt. 2015. “Geology and Stratigraphy of the San Lorenzo Tezonco Deep Well and Its Surroundings, South of the Basin of Mexico.” Boletin de la Sociedad Geologica Mexicana 67 (2): 123–43.

Atchley, Adam, Scott Painter, Dylan Harp, Ethan Coon, Cathy Wilson, Anna K. Liljedahl, and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. 2015. “Using Field Observations to Inform Thermal Hydrology Models of Permafrost Dynamics with ATS.” Geoscientific Model Development, No. 8 (September): 2701–22.

Bagenal, F., E. Sidrow, R.J. Wilson, T.A. Cassidy, V. Dols, F.J. Crary, A.J. Steffl, P.A. Delamere, W.S. Kurth, and W.R. Paterson. 2015. “Plasma Conditions at Europa's Orbit.” Icarus 261 (November): 1–13.

Bagenal, F., P.A. Delamere, H.A. Elliott, M.E. Hill, C.M. Lisse, D.J. McComas, R.L. McNutt Jr., J.D. Richardson, C.W. Smith, and D.F. Strobel. 2015. “Solar Wind at 33AU: Setting Bounds on the Pluto Interaction for New Horizons.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets.

Barrachina, M., Jordi Cristobal Rossello, and A.F. Tulla. 2014. “Estimating above-Ground Biomass on Mountain Meadows and Pastures through Remote Sensing.” International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, January.

Bartholomaus, Timothy C., Christopher F. Larsen, Michael E. West, Shad O'Neel, Erin C. Pettit, and Martin Truffer. 2015. “Tidal and Seasonal Variations in Calving Flux Observed with Passive Seismology.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface.

Bartholomaus, Timothy C., Jason M. Amundson, Jacob I. Walter, Shad O'Neel, Michael E. West, and Christopher F. Larsen. 2015. “Subglacial Discharge at Tidewater Glaciers Revealed by Seismic Tremor.” Geophysical Research Letters 42 (15): 6391–98.

Benowitz, JAPW Layer, Alicja Wypych, and Evan Twelker. 2015. “40Ar/39Ar Data from the Talkeetna Mountains C-4 Quadrangle and Adjoining Areas, Central Alaska.” Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys.

Bieniek, P., Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Josefino, Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Pinzon, J.E., Tucker, C.J., Thoman, R.L., Tran, H., Mölders, N., Steele, M., Zhang, J., Ermold, W., 2015. Climate drivers linked to changing seasonality of Alaska coastal tundra vegetation productivity. Earth Interactions.

Biskaborn, B.K., Lanckman, J. - P., Lantuit, H., Elger, K., Streletskiy, D. A., Cable, W. L., and Romanovsky, V. E. 2015. “The Global Terrestrial Network for Permafrost Database: metadata statistics and prospective analysis on future permafrost temperature and active layer depth monitoring site distribution”, Earth System Science Data Discussions, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 279-315.

Biskaborn, B. K., Lanckman, J.-P., Lantuit, H., Elger, K., Streletskiy, D. A., Cable, W. L., and Romanovsky, V. E. 2015. “The new database of the Global Terrestrial Network for Permafrost (GTN-P)”, Earth System Science Data, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 245-259.

Bristow, William A., Amata Ermanno, Jeffrey D. Spaleta, and Maria F. Marcucci. 2015. “Observations of the Relationship between Ionospheric Central Polar Cap and Dayside Throat Convection Velocities, and Solar wind/IMF Driving,” Journal of Geophysical Research 120 (6): 4684–99. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2015JA021199/full

Brown, D.R.N., Jorgenson, T., Douglas, T. A., Romanovsky, V. E., Kielland, K., Hiemstra, C., Euskirchen, E. S., and Ruess, R. W. 2015. “Interactive effects of wildfire and climate on permafrost degradation in Alaskan lowland forests.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, vol. 120, no. 8, pp. 1619-1637.

Carsten Conner, L.D., Larson, A., Arseneau, J. and Herrick, R. 2015. “Elementary student knowledge gains in the digital portable planetarium.” Journal of Astronomy and Earth Sciences Education 2:65-75.

Cassotto, Ryan, Mark Fahnestock, Jason M. Amundson, Martin Truffer, and Ian Joughin. 2015. “Seasonal and Interannual Variations in Ice Melange and Its Impact on Terminus Stability, Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland.” Journal of Glaciology 61 (225): 76–88.

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Stefanescu, E. Ramona, Abani K. Patra, Marcus Bursik, E. Bruce Pitman, P. Webley, and M.D. Jones. 2015. “Forecasting Volcanic Plume Hazards With Fast UQ.” Procedia Computer Science 51: 1613–22.

Sturm, Matthew. 2015. “White Water: Fifty Years of Snow Research in WRR and the Outlook for the Future.” Water Resources Research 51 (7): 4948–65.

Szego, K., N. Achilleos, C. Arridge, S.V. Badman, P. Delamere, D. Grodent, M.G. Kivelson, and P. Louarn. 2015. “Giant Planet Magnetodiscs and Aurorae: An Introduction.” Space Science Reviews 187 (April): 1–3.

Tanaka, Yoshiyuki, Tadahiro Sato, Yusaku Ohta, Satoshi Miura, Jeffrey T. Freymueller, and Volker Klemann. 2015. “The Effects of Compressibility on the GIA in Southeast Alaska.” Journal of Geodynamics 84: 55–61.

Tape, Carl, Vipul Silwal, Chen Ji, Laura Keyson, Michael E. West, and Natalia Ruppert. 2015. “Transtensional Tectonics of the Minto Flats Fault Zone and Nenana Basin, Central Alaska.” Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 105 (4): 2081–2100.

Trochim, Erin D.Anupma Prakash, Doug Kane, and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. 2015. “Remote sensing of water tracks.” Earth and Space ScienceDOI:10.1002/2015EA000112.

Trochim, Erin D., Torre Jorgenson, Anupma Prakash, Doug Kane. 2015. “Geomorphic and biophysical factors affecting water tracks in northern Alaska.” Earth and Space Science, DOI: 10.1002/2015EA000111.

Trüssel, Barbara, Martin TrufferRegine M. Hock, Roman Motyka, Matthias Huss, and Jing Zhang. 2015. “Run-Away Thinning of the Low Elevation Yakutat Glacier and Its Sensitivity to Climate Change.” Journal of Glaciology 61(225) (January).

Webley, Peter W. 2015. “Summary: Volcanoes and the Aviation Industry.” Global Volcanic Hazards and Risk, 57.

Webley, Peter W. 2015. “Volcanoes and the Aviation Industry.” Global Volcanic Hazards and Risk, 295.

Wendler, GerdKevin Galloway, and Martin Stuefer. 2015. “On the Climate and Climate Change of Sitka, Southeast Alaska.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 1–8.

Xiao, Ting, Hui Zhang, and Q.Q. Shi. 2015. “Propagation Characteristics of Young Hot Flow Anomalies near the Bow Shock: Cluster Observations.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, May.

Zanganeh, Behnam, Mohabbat Ahmadi, and Catherine L. Hanks. 2015. “The Role of Hydraulic Fracture Geometry and Conductivity Profile, Unpropped Zone Conductivity and Fracturing Fluid Flowback on Production Performance of Shale Oil Wells.” Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources 9: 103–13.

Zhao, L. L., Q.-G. Zong, H. Zhang, and S. Wang. 2015. "Case and statistical study on evolution of hot flow anomalies." J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 120, doi:10.1002/2014JA020862.


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Proceedings

Boerner, Wolfgang Martin, Franz J. Meyer, Gerhard Krieger, and Andreas Reigber. 2015. "Development of New Multi-Band Equatorially Orbiting POLinSAR Satellite Sensors System Configurations for Varying Latitudinal Coverage within Total Tropical Belt: Invited Group Presentation for Establishing an Associated Consortium." In 2015 IEEE 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar (APSAR), 342–45. IEEE.

Carreras, B.A., David E. Newman, and I. Dobson. 2015. "Lambda-Gaga: Toward a New Metric for the Complex System State of the Electrical Grid." In 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2729–37. IEEE.

Carsten-ConnerLaura D., and Stephen M. Pompea. 2015. "Teaching Optics Concepts through an Approach That Emphasizes ‘Colors of Nature’." In Proceedings of the Education and Training in Optics and Photonics Conference.

Gill, Paul, Michael C. Hatfield, Daniel Randle, Richard W. Wies Jr, Rajive Ganguli, and Siena Rosetti. 2015. "Team of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) for Emergency Response in Underground Mining Applications." In AIAA Propulsion & Energy Conference.

Hatfield, Michael C., Keith W. Cunningham, Sam Vanderwaal, and Eyal Saiet. 2015. "Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Applications in Arctic Remote Sensing as a Systems Engineering Design (SED) Tool for Student Learning." In American Society for Engineering Education, Seattle.

Kontar, Y.Y., Uma S. Bhatt, S.D. Lindsey, E.W. Plumb, and R.L. Thoman. 2015. “Interdisciplinary Approach to Hydrological Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Response and Effects of Climate Change on the Occurrence of Flood Severity in Central Alaska.” Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences 369. doi:10.5194/piahs-369-13-2015: 13–17.

Roon, David, Mark S. Wipfli, Tricia L. Wurtz, and Anupma Prakash. 2015. Distribution of Invasive European Bird Cherry (Prunus padus) in Riparian Forests Along Urban Alaskan Streams, Forest Health Conditions in Alaska 2014, U.S. Forest Service, Alaska Region: Publication R10-PR-36, pp. 40-43. (Available at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprd3834154.pdf)


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Presentations

Ajadi, Olaniyi, and Franz Meyer. 2015.  "Application of Lipschitz Regularity and Multiscale Techniques for the Automatic Detection of Oil Spills in Synthetic Aperture Radar.American Geophysical Union 2015.

Allam, A.A., C. Tape, and Y. Ben-Zion. 2015. "Full Waveform Modeling of Regional and Fault-Specific Seismic Phases along the San Jacinto Fault Zone Using Realistic 3D Velocity Models." Abstract presented at the 2015 SSA Annual Meeting, Pasadena, California, April 21-23.

Allen, W.K., Ridgway, K.D., Waldien, T.S., Roeske, S.M., Benowitz, J. 2015. Neogene transpressional basin development along the central Denali Fault System: Jarvis Creek and McCallum basins, Alaska, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.60.

Benowitz, J., Gillis, R.J., O’Sullivan, P.B., Fitzgerald, P.G., Bemis, S.P., Roeske, S.M., *Terhune. P., Nokleberg, W. 2015. A Thermochronological perspective on Cenozoic tectonics along the Denali Fault system across Alaska, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.6.

Bollian, Tobias, Antje Thiele, Stefan Hinz, and Franz J. Meyer. 2015. "Tree Height Analysis in TanDEM-X Data Using Frequency Domain Coherence." European Space Agency's FRINGE Conference 2015. March 23–27. http://seom.esa.int/fringe2015/files/presentation166.pdf

Brueseke, M., Benowitz, J., Trop, J., Davis, K., Layer, P., 2015, New geochemical and age constraints on the initiation of the Lost Arc, Wrangell Volcanic Belt, Alaska, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.14.

Cable, William, and Vladimir E. Romanovsky. 2015. "Evaluating Ecotypes as a Means of Scaling-up Permafrost Thermal Measurements in Western Alaska." European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. April.

Cahill, Catherine F. 2015. "Arctic Science Gap Analysis: Enhancing U.S. and International Science and Research Collaboration." Arctic Transformation: Understanding Arctic Research and the Vital Role of Science. September.

Cahill, Catherine F. 2015. "Delivery of Transparency and an Understanding of the Nation's Infrastructure for Policy Makers." Esri Federal GIS Conference. February.

Caine, J., Israel, S., Murphy, D., Benowitz, J. 2015. A fault rock record of late Eocene strain partitioning along the Denali Fault zone in southwestern Yukon, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.51.

Coakley, Bernard J. 2015. "New Data Support New Hypotheses about Arctic Ocean Tectonics; Planning Expeditions for the next Decade." Arctic Science Summit Week.

Cole, R., Chung, S., Yang, J., Benowitz, J., Roeske, S. 2015. Mid-Eocene magmatism across southern Alaska: Evaluating a secular trend to more depleted geochemical affinity leading up to the modern Aleutian Arc, Alaska, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.9.

Cristobal, Jordi, and Anupma Prakash. 2015. "Applications of Remote Sensing in Hydrology." AWRA-AK Annual Conference and Workshops on Water Resources: Remote Sensing Applications in Alaska. Spring.

Cristobal Rossello, JordiAnupma PrakashPatrick Graham, M.C. Anderson, W.P. Kustas, C. Kongoli, C. Hain, Susanne E. Euskirchen, and D. Toll. 2015. "Multitemporal Estimation of Surface Energy Fluxes Ina Alaska Using Thermal-Based Two-Source Energy Balance Model: Results in the Arctic Tundra." Alaska Space Grant Program Education and Research Symposium. Spring.

Davis, K., Benowitz, J., Roeske, S. 2015. 40Ar/39Ar dating of detrital micas from paleo and modern basin deposits, Interior Alaska: Provenance, Paleodrainage history, and constraints on Neogene orogenesis in the Alaska Range, 2015,Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.51.

Domingo, C., X. Pons, Jordi Cristobal Rossello, and M. Ninyerola. 2015. "Integration of Climate Time Series and MODIS Data as an Analysis Tool for Forest Drought Detection." International Conference on Drought: Research and Science-Policy Interfacing. Spring.

Flaig, Peter P., Paul J. McCarthy, Anthony R. Fiorillo, Dolores van der Kolk, Susana Salazar Jaramillo, and Celina Suarez. 2015. "A Potential High-Latitude Signature on a Cretaceous Paleopolar Coastal Plain: Flashiness Evidenced by Recurring Facies, Sedimentary-Pedogenic Structures, and Isotopic Trends in the Prince Creek Formation of Arctic Alaska during a Greenhouse." American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting. May.

Flaig, Peter P., Paul J. McCarthy, Dolores van der Kolk, Anthony R. Fiorillo, and Stephen T. Hasiotis. 2015. "Heterogeneities in Strata of the Cretaceous Prince Creek Formation Driven by Paleoenvironmental Conditions on the Coastal Plain of Arctic Alaska: Effects on Reservoir Quality and Geometries." Geological Society of America: Cordilleran Section Meeting. May.

Gong, WenyuDenise L. Thorsen, and Richard L. Collins. 2015. "An Introduction to the IEEE Alaska Section GRSS Chapter." IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Chapters Meeting. July.

Gong, WenyuFranz J. Meyer, C.W. Lee, Jeffrey Freymueller, and Zhong Lu. 2015. "Measuring Volcanic Deformation at Unimak Island from 2003 to 2010 Using Weather Model-Assisted Time Series InSAR." European Space Agency's FRINGE Conference 2015, March 23–27. http://seom.esa.int/fringe2015/files/presentation192.pdf

Gong, WenyuDenise L. Thorsen, and Richard L. Collins. 2015. "An Introduction to the IEEE Alaska Section GRSS Chapter." IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society Chapters Meeting. July.

Gong, Wenyu, Antje Thiele, Stefan Hinz, Franz J. Meyer, Andrew Hooper, and Piyush S. Agram. 2015. "Comparison of Small Baseline Interferometry Modules in Ground Deformation Monitoring." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015, Milan, Italy. July.

Gong, WenyuFranz J. Meyer, Margaret M. Darrow, and Ronald Daanen. 2015. "Monitoring Frozen Debris Lobes in Northern Alaska Using Satellite Radar Interferometry." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015, Milan, Italy. July.

Gong, WenyuFranz J. Meyer, C.W. Lee, Jeffrey Freymueller, and Zhong Lu. 2015. "Measuring Volcanic Deformation at Unimak Island from 2003 to 2010 Using Weather Model-Assisted Time Series InSAR." European Space Agency's FRINGE Conference 2015. March 23–27. http://seom.esa.int/fringe2015/files/presentation192.pdf

Grabowska, Flora B. 2015. "Making Your Library Work for You: When You Can't Get to a PDF Then What?" UAF West Ridge Training Series. March 24.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2015. "Building Alaska Aerospace Infrastructure." Alaska UAS Interest Group. September.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2015. "Pogo Mine UAS Mine Rescue." Alaska UAS Interest Group. September.

Hatfield, Michael C. 2015. "Unmanned Vehicles in Mine Rescue and Emergency Response." Alaska Miner's Association Annual Conference. November.

Hock, Regine M. 2015. "Global Glacier Mass Balance Modeling – How Can We Do Better?" General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. June.

Hock, Regine M. 2015. "A New 'Targeted Activity' (CliC): Intercomparison of Global Glacier Mass-Balance Models (GlacierMIP)." CliC Steering Committee Meeting. February.

Hock, Regine M. 2015. "Can Glacier Modeling Help Improve Gridded Climate Data and Projections in Alaska?" Seminar in Atmospheric Science Group at UAF. February.

Hock, Regine M. 2015. "Worldwide Glacier Wastage - Implications for Sea Level and Streamflow." Seminar at University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, Canada. April.

Hoppe, Edward, Franz J. Meyer, Adrian Bohane, Giacomo Falorni, Brian Bruckno, Andrea Vaccari, and Matthew Pritchard. 2015. "InSAR Remote Sensing for Performance Monitoring of Transportation Infrastructure at the Network Level." NISAR Applications Workshop. October 15.

Illig, P., Benowitz, J., Layer, P. 2015. Tectonicmagmatic controls on late Cretaceous Au-Cu mineralization in Eastern Interior Alaska, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.58.

Johnson, B., Strauss, J., Toro, J., Benowitz, J. 2015. Early Paleozoic assembly of the North Slope subterrane: Evidence from an accretionary complex exposed in the Northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.2.

Jones, S., M. Lessard, L. Cogger, A. Yau, D. Knudsen, K. Lynch, D. Lummerzheim, H. Stenbaek-Nielsen, and A. Jaynes. 2015. Small-scale secondary electron features and FACs in diffuse and pulsating aurora, AGU spring 2015, Montreal, May 2015.

Liao, Heming, and Franz Meyer. 2015. "On Operational Split-Spectrum Processing For Insar Ionospheric Effect Correction." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015, Milan, Italy. July.

Lopez, Taryn M., Stefanie Whittaker, Michael E. WestStephen G. Holtkamp, Alessandro Aiuppa, Gaetano Guidice, B.O. Galle, et al. 2014. "Comparison of High Temporal Resolution Gas Composition and Seismic Data from Three Persistently Degassing and Seismically Active Alaskan Volcanoes." American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December.

Luque, A., H. C. Stenbaek-Nielsen, M. G. McHarg, R. K. Haaland, J. Ahrns and T.Kanmae. 2015. Beads and glows in sprite discharges resulting from a dynamical instability of streamer channels. Paper EGU2015-10831, Wien, Austria, April 2015.

McAlpin, David B., Franz J. MeyerPeter W. WebleyJonathan Dehn, and James E. Beget. 2015. "Estimating Emplacement Conditions of Pyroclastic Flow Deposits Using InSAR and Finite Element Modeling." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015, Milan, Italy. July.

McAlpin, David B., Franz J. MeyerPeter W. WebleyJonathan Dehn, and James E. Beget. 2015. "Estimating Emplacement Conditions of Pyroclastic Flow Deposits Using InSAR and Finite Element Modeling." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015, Milan, Italy. July.

McCarthy, Paul J., Anthony R. Fiorillo, Carla S. Tomsich, Peter P. Flaig, Susana Salazar Jaramillo, Thomas C. Wright, Yoshitsugu Kobayashi, Sarah J. Fowell, and Jeff A. Benowitz. 2015. "A Regional North-South High Latitude Paleoclimatic and Paleoecological Transect: Comparison of the Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Prince Creek and Lower Cantwell Formations, Alaska, U.S.A." Geological Society of America: Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.20.

Meyer, Franz J., Scott Arko, Evan Zaugg, Alexander Kozak, Eyal SaietMichael C. Hatfield, and Dayne Broderson. 2015. "AK-ArISE: A Fully-Polarimetric Interferometric Airborne L-Band SAR System for Alaska." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015, Milan, Italy. July.

Meyer, Franz J., Mark Simons, Cathleen Jones, Sang-ho Yun, Andrea Donnellan, Maggi Glasscoe, and Susan Owen. 2015. "Change Detection for Disaster Monitoring." NISAR Applications Workshop. October 13.

Meyer, Franz J., Katey M. Walter Anthony, and Melanie Engram. 2015. Meeting attendance and presentation on "Methane Emissions from Thermokarst Lakes Using Remote Sensing and Field Data." NASA Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) Science Team Meeting. September 28–October 2.

Meyer, Franz J., and Scott Arko. 2015. Meeting attendance and presentation on "Recent ASF Science and Outreach Activities." Meeting with NASA Earth Science Data Information System Review Team. September.

Meyer, Franz J., Katey M. Walter Anthony, Guido Grosse, Christopher D. Arp, Melanie Engram, Lisa Wirth, Prajna Lindgren, Benjamin Jones, and Ronald Daanen. 2015. "Methane Emissions from Thermokarst Lakes Using Remote Sensing and Field Data." Science Team Meeting of the NASA ABoVE Program. September 30.

Meyer, Franz J., Paul Rosen, and Sean Buckley. 2015. "NISAR Mission Data Products." NISAR Applications Workshop. October 13.

Meyer, Franz J., Scott Arko, Evan Zaugg, Alexander Kozak, Eyal SaietMichael C. Hatfield, and Dayne Broderson. 2015. "AK-ArISE: A Fully-Polarimetric Interferometric Airborne L-Band SAR System for Alaska." International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015, Milan, Italy. July.

Meyer, Franz J. 2015. Meeting Co-Organizer, Attendance, and Presenter. “The ARIA/ASF Project: Bringing Operational InSAR Processing to the ASF DAAC." NASA's ASF User Working Group Meeting. May 28–29.

Meyer, Franz J., and Piyush S. Agram. 2015. "A Global Model for Ionospheric Phase Noise in Low-Frequency SAR and InSAR Data." European Space Agency's FRINGE Conference 2015. March 23–27.

Meyer, Franz J. 2015. "SAR-Based Oil and Sea Ice Monitoring." Center for Arctic Sustainable Development Meeting. April 2.

Meyer, Franz J., Dyre O. Dammann, and Olaniyi Ajadi. 2015. "SAR for Sea Ice Analysis and Oil Spill Detection." Meeting with Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs Delegation at UAF. April 29.

Mölders, N., Air quality and shipping emissions, UAF EPA region 10 and AK Department of Environmental Conservation briefing, Fairbanks, AK, August 20, 2015.

Mölders, N., NWP performance in predicting mesoscale phenomena. Meeting of NOAA and Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Fairbanks,

Mölders, N., Alaska is no escape from air pollution, Geophysical Institute, Graduate Student Seminar, Fairbanks, AK, May 11, 2015.

Mölders, N., The physics of layering and insulation of clothes, UAF Women Association, Fairbanks, AK, February 21, 2015.

Muskett, Reginald R. 2015. "Alaska Water Resource Changes through Gravity Field Change and Microwave Radiometry Methods by Satellites (Invited)." Alaska Division American Water Resource Association. May.

Muskett, Reginald R., Vladimir E. RomanovskyWilliam L. Cable, and Alexander L. Kholodov. 2015. "Active-Layer Soil Moisture Content Regional Variations in Alaska and Russia by Ground-Based and Satellite-Based Methods, 2002 Through 2014." European Geoscience Union General Assembly. April. dx.doi.org/10.4236/ijg.2015.61002 (PDF)

Ng, Chung-sang. 2015. "Exact Vlasov Solutions for Kinetic Flux Ropes Generated during Magnetic Reconnection." 2015 American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference. September.

Panda, Santosh K. 2015. "Permafrost Modeling in Alaska." International Arctic Research Center Summer School. May.

Prakash, Anupma, Rudiger Gens, Jordi Cristóbal Rosello, Christine Waigl, Matthew Balazs, Patrick Graham, Christine Butcher, and Elena Sparrow. 2015. “Using place-based independent class projects as a means to hone research skills and prepare a future geospatial workforce.” AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, San Francisco, CA., Abstract ID ED22B-07 (Invited).

Ridgway, K., Trop, J., Cole, R. Hampton, B. Kalbas, J., Brennan, P., Finzel, E., Benowitz, J., Allen, W. 2015. Sedimentary record of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonic development of southern Alaska: Exploring some of Dwight Bradley’s geologic “black holes”, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p.9.

Robbins et al., Stuart, and Robert R. Herrick. 2015. "The Variability of Crater Identification among Expert and Community Crater Analysts." Workshop on Issues in Crater Studies and the Dating of Planetary Surfaces. May.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "Current State and Potential Changes in Permafrost." 5th North America Carbon Project PI Meeting, January 26-28, 2015, Washington, DC. January.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "Ongoing Changes in Northern Eurasia Cryosphere and Its Future Projections: Synthesis." Northern Eurasia Earth Science Partnership Initiative Project Final Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic. April.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E. 2015. "The International Permafrost Association: Current Initiatives for Cryospheric Research." European Geosciences Union 2015, Vienna, Austria. April.

Rosen, Paul, and Franz J. Meyer. 2015. "Synthetic Aperture Radar, Polarimetry, and Interferometry." NISAR Applications Workshop. October.

Schaefer, Kevin, Elchin Jafarov, Albert Chen, Howard Zebker, Lin Liu, Andrew Parsekian, and Santosh K. Panda. 2015. "Remotely Sensed Active Layer Thickness (ReSALT)." 36th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. June.

Schaefer, Kevin, Albert Chen, Lin Liu, Andrew Parsekian, Elchin Jafarov, Santosh K. Panda, and Howard Zebker. 2015. "Realizing Full Potential of Remotely Sensed Active Layer Thickness (ReSALT) Products." 2015 NASA Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems Joint Science Workshop. April.

Stanley, R., Haeussler, P., Lewis, K.,  Shellenbaum, D., Saltus, R., Lillis, P.,  Benowitz, J., Phillips, J. 2015. New insights into the subsurface geology and petroleum potential of the Susitna Basin, South-Central Alaska, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with programs, Vol. 47. No. 4, p. 57.

Starkenburg, DerekGilberto J. FochesattoAnupma PrakashLaura D. Carsten-Conner, and Y. Kontar. 2015. "The Science Acceleration Strategy (SAS) for Research and Education." American Meteorological Society. January 4–8.

Stenbaek-Nielsen, H.C., A. Luque, M. G. McHarg, and R. K. Haaland. 2015. High-speed optical observations of sprite glow and beads, IUGG symposium: A11 Electrodynamics and Energetics of the Middle Atmosphere Exploration with Ground and Space Experiments (Div. II-A), Prague, 28 June 2015 (Invited).

Stuefer, Martin. 2015. "Climate Change in Alaska and Research Opportunities." First Central European Polar Meeting.

Stuefer, Martin. 2015. "High Altitude Frostpoint Measurements as an Opportunity for the ARM Program to Become a Member of GRUAN." Conference. February.

Tape, C. 2015. "Fault Locations and Alaska Tectonics Using Seismicity (FLATS): Science Objectives and Deployment Strategy." EarthScope National Meeting, Stowe, Vermont, June.

Tape, C., and L. Gardine. 2015. "Frontiers in Earthquake Science, Education, and Outreach in Alaska." EarthScope National Meeting, Stowe, Vermont, June.

Tape, C., D. Christensen, S. Rondenay, P. Haeussler, and M. Driskell. 2015. "Southern Alaska Lithosphere and Mantle Observation Network (SALMON): Science Objectives and Deployment Strategy." EarthScope National Meeting, Stowe, Vermont, June.

Tape, C., V. Silwal, C. Ji, L. Hutchinson, M. West, and N. Ruppert. 2015. "Transtensional Tectonics of the Minto Flats Fault Zone and Nenana Basin, Central Alaska." Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, Pasadena, California, April.

Terhune, P., Benowiz, J., Waldien, T.S., Allen, W.K., Davis, K.N., Ridgway, K.D., Roeske, S.M., Fitzgerald, P.G., Brueseke, M.E., and O'Sullivan, P.B. 2015. Geochronological framework for the Cenozoic history of the southern Alaska Range fold and thrust belt, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with programs, Vol. 47. No. 4, p. 60.

Triplett, Colin C. 2015. “Lidar Studies of Waves at Chatanika, Alaska." Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR) Workshop. June.

Twelker, E, Newberry, R., Wypych, A., Sicard, K., Reioux, D., Freeman, L., Lande, L., Blodgett, R., Benowitz, J. 2015. New geological mapping in Western Wrangellia, Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with programs, Vol. 47. No. 4, p. 58.

Vance, Gabrielle, Maite AgopianLaura D. Carsten-Conner, and Mareca R. Guthrie. 2015. "Innovative Art and Science Education at the University of Alaska Museum of the North." Geological Society of America: Cordilleran Section Meeting.

Waldien, T.S. Roeske, S.M., Benowitz, J., Allen, W.K., Ridgway, K.D., and O’Sullivan, P.B. 2015. Pliocene-Recent shortening on the McCallum Creek Fault: Evidence for an incipient thrust system in the eastern Alaska Range, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p. 60.

Whalen, Michael T., April Knox, and Eric M. Hutton. 2015. "Sequence Stratigraphic and Geochemical Insights into Paleoceanography and Source Rock Development in the Shublik Formation and Adjacent Units, Northern Alaska." American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention. May.

Womble, Jamie N., Robert W. McNabb, Anupma Prakash, Rudiger Gens, Jay van Hoef, and Scott M. Gende. 2015. “Object-based image classification of glacial ice as habitat for Harbor seals in a tidewater glacial fjord in Alaska.” 21st Biennial Conference of the Society of Marine Mammalogy, December 13-18, San Francisco, CA.

Womble, Jamie N., Robert W. McNabb, Anupma Prakash, Rudiger Gens, Jay van Hoef, Scott M. Gende. 2015. “Assessing the Availability of Glacial Ice for Harbor Seals in Tidewater Glacial Fjord.” Ecosystem Studies of Sub-Arctic Seas (ESSAS) 10th Annual Science Meeting, June 15-17, Seattle, USA.

Wypych, A., Twelker, E., Sicard, K., Reioux, D., Freeman, L., Lande, L., Newberry, R., Benowitz, J. 2015. New insights into geochemisty of Paleogene volcanism from the Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 47, No. 4, p. 14.

Zhang, Hui. 2015. "Recent Advances in the Physics of Hot Flow Anomalies." 26th International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics General Assembly. June.

Zhang, H., “Cold ions of ionospheric origin observed at the magnetopause and their effects on reconnection,” invited talk at 2015 AGU Chapman Conference on Magnetospheric Dynamics, Fairbanks, AK, 27 September-2 October, 2015.

Zhang, H., “Evolution of Hot Flow Anomalies: Cluster Observations,” contributed talk at 2015 GEM workshop, Snowmass, CO, 14-19 June, 2015.


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Poster Presentations

Barberie, Sean, Eyal Saiet, and Michael C. Hatfield. 2015. "Atmospheric Aerosol Samplers and Infrared Sensors Supporting Wildfire Science." Alaska Fire Science Consortium. May.

Buchhorn, MarcelAnupma PrakashDonald L. HamptonJordi Cristobal Rossello, Christine WaiglMartin Stuefer, Raymond Kokaly, and Patrick Graham. 2015. "HyLab: Alaska's In-State Capability for Airborne Imaging Spectroscopy." 36th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment. May 11-15, 2015.

Buchhorn, Marcel, Raymond F. Kokaly, Anupma Prakash, Melanie Werdon, Jordi Cristóbal Rosello, and Patrick Graham. 2015. Field-based and airborne hyperspectral imaging for mineral exploration in the State of Alaska, Alaska Miners Association Fall Convention, Nov. 1-7, Anchorage, Alaska.

Chandnani, M., Robert R. Herrick, and Georgiana Y. Kramer. 2015. "Morphologic Analysis of Lunar Craters in the Simple-to-Complex Transition."  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2015. December. 

Clawson, Chelsea, Jeff Falke, Joshua Rose, Aaron Martin, Jordi Cristóbal Rosello, and Anupma Prakash. 2015. “Chandalar River chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) riverscape-scale salmon habitat assessment and monitoring.” AFS Alaska Chapter Meeting, Nov 2-6, Homer, Alaska. 

Conner, Laura D., Richard D. Boone, Kevin S. Winker, Denise M. Kind, Christa P. Mulder, and Sarah J. Fowell. 2015. "A Teaching and Outreach Certificate Program for Science Graduate Students." International Teacher-Scientist Partnership Conference.

Danielson, Jennifer, Laura D. Carsten-Conner, and Angela Larson. 2015. "Assessing Changes in Student Science Attitudes." Alaska Evaluation Network (AKEN).

Day, James E., David De Vleeschouwer, Brian J. Witzke, Michael T. Whalen, and Philippe Claeys. 2015. "Astrochronological Calibration of Late Frasnian Sea Level and Bioevents Estimated from Integrated Bio-, Chemo- and Cyclostratigraphy: Iowa Basin, USA." International Congress on Stratigraphy (STRATI) 2015. June.

Domingo, C., M. Ninyerola, X. Pons, and Jordi Cristobal Rossello. 2015. "A Love Story about Forest Drought Detection: The Relationship between MODIS Data and Climate Time Series." European Geosciences Union General Assembly. Spring.

Gens, Rudiger, Kirk Hogenson, Victoria Wolf, Lisa Drew, Timothy Stern, Michelle Stoner, and Maria Shapran. 2015. “Making geospatial data in ASF archive readily accessible.” AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Graham, Patrick, Jordi Cristóbal Rosello, and Anupma Prakash. 2015. “Estimation of surface energy fluxes in Arctic ecosystems: integrating multiplatform remote sensing and field data.” AWRA-AK Annual Conference and Workshops: Water Resource Remote Sensing Applications in Alaska, May 13-15, Fairbanks, AK.

Graham, PatrickJordi Cristobal Rossello, and Anupma Prakash. 2015. "Integrating Multiplatform Remote Sensing and Field Data to Estimate Energy Fluxes under Snow Conditions in Arctic Ecosystems." Alaska Space Grant Program Education and Research Symposium. Spring.

Harley, J., M. McHarg, R. Haaland, H. Stenbaek-Nielsen, and S. Kreher. 2015. Statistical Analysis of Sprite Streamer Splitting via High-Speed Observations, AE33C-0508, AGU Fall 2015, San Francisco.

Herrick, Robert R., and Brian Hynek. 2015. "A Search for Impactor Effects on Martian Crater Morphologies at the Simple-Complex Transition Diameter." Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. March.

Hynek, Brian M., and Robert R. Herrick. 2015. "Target Property Controls on Martian Impact Crater Morphologies." Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. March.

Kokaly, Raymond F., Graham, G.E., Hoefen, T.M., Kelley, K.D., Marcel Buchhorn, Johnson, M.R., Hubbard, B.E., Goldfarb., B.E., and Anupma Prakash. 2015. “Characterizing geology and mineralization at high latitudes in Alaska using airborne and field-based imaging spectrometer data.” AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, San Francisco, CA., Abstract ID GC23K-1231.

Li, Shanshan, Jeff Freymueller, and Robert McCaffrey. 2015. Slow Slip Events and rotation of the Peninsula block in Lower Cook Inlet of the Alaska-Aleutian Subduction Zone. AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, San Francisco, CA., Abstract ID S31A-2739.

McKee, Kathleen, Akihiko Yokoo, David Fee, Yu-Chih Huang, Shin Yoshikawa, Mitsuru Utsugi, Takuto Minami and Takahiro Ohkura. 2015. “Analysis of Fumarole Acoustics at Aso Volcano, Japan” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2015. December. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/77667

Meyer, Franz, Scott Arko, and Rudiger Gens. 2015. “Making SAR Data Accessible - ASFs ALOS PALSAR Radiometric Terrain Correction Project.” AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Muskett, Reginald R. 2015. "Active-Layer Soil Moisture Content Regional Variations in Alaska and Russia by Ground-Based and Satellite-Based Methods, 2002 Through 2014." American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2015. December. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/67950

Muskett, Reginald R. 2015. "Changes in Arctic Diurnal Range Land-Surface Temperature Derived by NASA MODIS-Terra and -Aqua 2000 through 2012." European Geoscience Union General Assembly. April. http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2015/EGU2015-6734.pdf

Owen, Paul, and Michael C. Hatfield. 2015. "Fiber-Reinforced Composites: Optimizing Multi-Copters for Research." Alaska Space Grant Consortium (UAF). April.

Nicolsky, Dmitry J., Vladimir E. RomanovskySantosh K. PandaSergey S. Marchenko, and Reginald R. Muskett. 2015. "Assessment of the Permafrost Changes in the 21st Century and Their Impact on Infrastructure in the Alaskan Arctic." American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2015. December. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/82673

Prakash, Anupma, Marcel Buchhorn, Jordi Cristóbal Rosello, Raymond F. Kokaly, Patrick Graham, Christine Waigl, Don Hampton, Melanie Werdon, Nikki Guldager, Mark Bertram, and Martin Stuefer. 2015. “Field-based and airborne hyperspectral imaging for applied research in the State of Alaska.” AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, San Francisco, CA., Abstract ID GC23K-1233.

Romanovsky, Vladimir E., William L. CableAlexander L. KholodovDmitry J. NicolskySergey S. MarchenkoSantosh K. Panda, and Reginald R. Muskett. 2015. "Detecting and Forecasting Permafrost Degradation in a Warming Climate (Invited)." American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December. https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi/Paper/60538

Stuefer, Martin. 2015. "Volcanic WRF-Chem Model Application Updates." 7th International Workshop on Volcanic Ash. October.

Tape, Carl H., Douglas H. Christensen, Stephane Rondenay, Peter Haeussler, and Melissa Driskell. 2015. "Southern Alaska Lithosphere and Mantle Observation Network (SALMON): Science Objectives and Deployment Strategy." 2015 EarthScope National Meeting. June.

Tzou, Carrie, Laura D. Conner, Stephen Pompea, and Mareca R. Guthrie. 2015. "Colors of Nature: Locating Equitable Practices in the Artscience 'Mangle.'" National Association for Research in Science Teaching.

Triplett, Colin C., Richard L. Collins, V. Lynn Harvey, K. Nielsen, and K. Mizutani. 2015. "Gravity Wave Activity over Chatanika, Alaska and Its Relationship to the Wind Field and Geostrophic Adjustment." Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR) Workshop. June.

Watkins, Brenton J., and Christopher T. Fallen. 2015. "Altitude-Power Simulations of Enhanced 427.8 Nm Wavelength Airglow Observed during Ionosphere HF-Modification Experiments at HAARP and EISCAT." Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions (CEDAR) Workshop. June.

Womble, Jamie N., Robert W. McNabb, Rudiger Gens, and Anupma Prakash. 2015. “Spatio-temporal variation in glacier ice habitat for harbor seals in an Alaskan tidewater glacial fjord.” AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, San Francisco, CA., Abstract ID C21A-0728.


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Reviews

Gens, Rudiger. 2015. “Remote Sensing of Natural Resources” (by G. Wang and Q. Weng). Book review for Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 81(7):534-536.

Gens, Rudiger. 2015. Member of Review Panel: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015. http://www.igarss2015.org/

Overland, J., E. Hanna, I. Hanssen-Bauer, S-J Kim, J. Walsh, M. Wang, and Uma S. Bhatt. 2015. "The Arctic Air Temperature—[in "State of the Climate in 2014"]". Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.

Meyer, Franz J. 2015. ESIP Review Board Membership: Reviewing Projects of the NASA Advanced Information Systems Technology Program. Washington DC.

Meyer, Franz J. 2015. Member of Review Panel: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015. http://www.igarss2015.org/

Meyer, Franz J. 2015. Member of Scientific & Review Committee: Committee on Earth Observation Satellites SAR Calibration and Validation Workshop 2015, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.


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Reports

Dumoulin, Julie A., and Michael T. Whalen. 2015. Reconnaissance Investigation of the Lisburne Group in the Cobblestone Creek Area, Chandler Lake Quadrangle, Alaska Preliminary Interpretive Report 2015-2, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys 1–19.

Larsen, Jessica F., Christina A. Neal, Janet R. Schaefer, Alexander M. Kaufmann, and Zhong Lu. 2015. “The 2008 Phreatomagmatic Eruption of Okmok Volcano, Aleutian Islands, Alaska: Chronology, Deposits, and Landform Changes.” Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Report of Investigation, Spring.

Liljedahl, A., M. Debolskiy, E. Youcha, A. Arendt, J. Davis, R. Hock, A. Roth, G. Wolken and J. Zhang, 2015. “Estimating Future Flood Frequency and Magnitude in Basins Affected by Glacier Wastage. Final Project Report, Alaska Department of Transportation." March.

Liu, Lin, Kevin Schaefer, Albert Chen, Allessio Gusmeroli, Elchin Jafarov, Santosh K. Panda, Andrew Parsekian, T. Schaefer, Howard Zebker, and Tingjung Zhang. 2015. "Pre-ABoVE: Remotely Sensed Active Layer Thickness, Barrow, Alaska, 2006-2011. Data Set." Oak Ridge National Laboratory, DAAC, January.

Liu, Lin, Kevin Schaefer, Albert Chen, Allessio Gusmeroli, Elchin Jafarov, Santosh K. Panda, Andrew Parsekian, T. Schaefer, Howard Zebker, and Tingjung Zhang. 2015. "Pre-ABoVE: Remotely Sensed Active Layer Thickness, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, 1992-2000. Data Set." Oak Ridge National Laboratory, DAAC, January.

Nicolsky, D.J.Elena N. Suleimani, Jeffrey T. Freymueller, and R.D. Koehler. 2015. Tsunami inundation maps of Fox Islands communities, including Dutch Harbor and Akutan, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Report of Investigation 2015-5, 67 p., 2 sheets, scale 1:12,500. doi:10.14509/29414

Suleimani, Elena N., Dmitry J. Nicolsky, and Richard D. Koehler. 2015. Tsunami inundation maps of Elfin Cove, Gustavus, and Hoonah, Alaska. Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, Report of Investigation 2015-1 79 p.

Van der Kolk, Dolores, Michael T. Whalen, and Marwan A. Wartes. 2015. Source-Rock Potential of the Lower Cretaceous Pebble Shale Unit, Northeastern Alaska Preliminary Interpretive Report 2015-1, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, 1–33.


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2014

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2013 Publication List

Here are the publications for the 2016 fiscal year. GI affiliated authors are in bold

Arce, J.L., P.W. Layer, J.C. Lassiter, J.A. Benowitz, J.L. Macías, and J. Ramírez-Espinosa (2013) 40Ar/39Ar dating, geochemistry, and isotopic analyses of the quaternary Chichinautzin volcanic field, south of Mexico City: implications for timing, eruption rate, and distribution of volcanism. Bulletin of Volcanology, 75(12), 1-25.

 

Arce, J.L., P.W. Layer, C.E. Morales, J.A. Benowitz, E. Rangel, and O. Escolero (2013), New constraints on the subsurface geology of the Mexico City Basin: The San Lorenzo Tezonco deep well, on the basis of 40Ar/ 39Ar geochronology and whole-rock chemistry. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research.

Arce, J.L, P.W. Layer, J.C. Lassiter, J.A. Benowitz, J.L. Macías, and J. Ramírez-Espinosa (2013) 40Ar/39Ar dating, geochemistry, and isotopic analyses of the quaternary Chichinautzin volcanic field, south of Mexico City: implications for timing, eruption rate, and distribution of volcanism, Bulletin of Volcanology 75 (12), 1-25.

Arendt, A., S. Luthcke, A. Gardner, S. O'Neel, D. Hill, G. Moholdt and W. Abdalati (2013) Analysis of a GRACE global mascon solution for Gulf of Alaska glaciers, 59(217), 913-924.

AschwandenA., G. Aoalgeirsdóttir, and C. Khroulev (2013) Hindcasting to measure ice sheet model sensitivity to initial states, The Cryosphere, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 1083–1093.

Atkinson, D. E., K. Sassen, M. Hayashi, C.F. Cahill, G. Shaw, D. Harrigan, and H. Fuelberg (2013) Aerosol properties over Interior Alaska from lidar, DRUM Impactor sampler, and OPC-sonde measurements and their meteorological context during ARCTAS-A, April 2008, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 1293-1310, doi:10.5194/acp-13-1293-2013.

Bains, A.S., M. Tribeche, and C.S. Ng (2013) Dust-acoustic wave modulation in the presence of q-nonextensive electrons and/or ions in dusty plasma, Astrophysics and Space Science, 343 (2), 621-628.

Barberie, S. R., T.A. Cahill, C.F. Cahill, T.M. Cahill, C.R. Iceman, and D.E. Barnes (2013) UC Davis XIPline (“zipline”) end-station at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource: Development and experimental results.Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 729, 930-933.

Bartholomaus, T. C., C.F. Larsen, and S. O’Neel (2013) Does calving matter? Evidence for significant submarine melt. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 380, 21-30.

Basu, S., X. Zhang, I. Polyakov, and U.S. Bhatt (2013) North American Winter-Spring Storms: Modeling Investigation on Tropical Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Impacts, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 5228–5233, doi:10.1002/grl.50990.

Belshe E.F, E.A.G. Schuur, and G. Grosse (2013) Quantification of upland thermokarst features with high resolution remote sensing. Environmental Research Letters. 8(3):035016.

Benowitz, J.A (2013) Love in the Alaska Orogeny, Alpinist.

Benowitz, J.A, P.W. Layer, and S. Vanlaningham (2013) Persistent long-term (c. 24 Ma) exhumation in the Eastern Alaska Range constrained by stacked thermochronology, Geological Society, London, Special Publications 378.

Bhatt, U.S., D.A. Walker, M.K. Raynolds, P.A. Bieniek, H.E. Epstein, J.C. Comiso, J.E. Pinzon, C.J. Tucker, and I.V. Polyakov (2013) Recent Declines in Warming and Arctic Vegetation Greening Trends over Pan-Arctic Tundra, Remote Sensing (Special NDVI3g Issue), 5, 4229-4254; doi:10.3390/rs5094229.

Bindschadler, R. A., S. Nowicki, A. Abe-Ouchi, A. Aschwanden, H. Choi, J. Fastook, G. Granzow, R. Greve, G. Gutowski, U. Herzfeld, et. al. (2013) Ice-sheet model sensitivities to environmental forcing and their use in projecting future sea-level (The SeaRISE Project)”, J. Glaciol, vol. 59, no. 214, pp. 195–224.

Bliss, A., R. Hock and J. G. Cogley (2013) A new inventory of mountain glaciers and ice caps for the Antarctic periphery. Ann. Glaciol., 54(63), 191-199, doi:10.3189/2013AoG63A377.

Boone, R.D. and U.S. Bhatt (2013) Climate Change, In Land and Environment I (BCS 311), Bachelor’s of Circumpolar Studies, University of the Arctic. (Web-based Course Module).

Bristow, W.A., and J. Spaleta (2013) An investigation of the characteristics of the convection reversal boundary under southward interplanetary magnetic field, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, 6338–6351, doi:10.1002/jgra.50526.

Burgess, E.W., C.F. Larsen, and R.R. Forster (2013) Summer melt regulates winter glacier flow speeds throughout Alaska, Geophysical Research Letters, 40(23), 6160–6164, doi:10.1002/2013GL058228.

Burgess, E.W., R.R. Forster, and C.F. Larsen (2013) Flow velocities of Alaska glaciers, Nat. Commun. 4, doi:10.1038/ncomms3146.

Buurman, H., and M.E. West (2013) Magma fracture and hybrid earthquakes in the conduit of Augustine Volcano: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 40, 5 p., doi:10.1002/2013GL057864.

Buurman, H., M.E. West and D.C. Roman (2013) Using repeating volcano-tectonic earthquakes to track post-eruptive activity in the conduit system at Redoubt Volcano, Alaska: Geology, v. 41, n. 4, p. 511-514, doi:10.1130/G34089.1.

Buurman, H., M.E. West and G. Thompson (2013) The seismicity of the 2009 Redoubt eruption: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 259, p. 16-30, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.04.024.

Cable, J.M., K. Ogle, G.A. Barron-Gafford, L.P. Bentley, W.L. Cable, R.l L. Scott, D.G. Williams, and T.E. Huxman (2013) Antecedent Conditions Influence Soil Respiration Differences in Shrub and Grass Patches, Ecosystems, Vol 16 (7), 1230-1247 doi:10.1007/s10021-013-9679-7.

Cable, J.M., K. Ogle, W.R. Bolton, L.P. Bentley, V. Romanovsky, H. Iwata, Y. Harazono, and J. Welker (2013) Permafrost thaw affects boreal deciduous plant transpiration through increased soil water, deeper thaw, and warmer soils. Ecohydrol.. doi: 10.1002/eco.1423.

Chandran A., R.L. Collins, R.R. Garcia, D.R. Marsh, V.L. Harvey, J. Yue, and L. de la Torre (2013) A climatology of elevated stratopause events in the whole atmosphere community climate model, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, 1234-1246, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50123.

Chandran, A., R.R. Garcia, R.L. Collins, and L.C. Chang (2013) Secondary planetary waves in the middle and upper atmosphere following the stratospheric sudden warming event of January 2012, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 1861–1867, doi:10.1002/grl.50373.

Churikova, T.G., B.V. Ivanov, J. Eichelberger, G. Wörner, B. Browne, P. Izbekov (2013) Major and trace element zoning in plagioclase from Kizimen Volcano (Kamchatka): Insights into magma-chamber processes, Journal of Volcanology and Seismology, Vol. 7 (2), 112-130.

Comiso, J., D. Vaughan (coordinating lead authors), I. Allison, J. Carrasco, G. Kaser, R. Kwok, P. Mote, T. Murray, F. Paul, J. Ren, E. Rignot, O. Solomina, K. Steffen, T. Zhang (lead authors), A. Arendt, D. Bahr, M. van den Broeke, R. Brown, J.G. Cogley, A. Gardner, S. Gerland, S. Gruber, C. Haas, J.O. Hagen, R. Hock, D. Holland, T. Markus, B. Marzeion, R. Massom, G. Moholdt, P. Overduin, A. Payne, W.T. Pfeffer, T. Prowse, V. Radic, D. Robinson, M. Sharp, K. Shikomanov, S. Stammerjohn, I. Velicogna, P. Wadhams, A. Worby, L. Zhao. (contributing authors) (2013) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) WGI Fifth Assessment Report. Ch. 4: Observations: Cryosphere.

Dammann, D.O., U.S. Bhatt, P.L. Langen, J. Krieger, X. Zhang, 2013: Impact of Daily Arctic Sea Ice Variability in CAM3.0 During Fall and Winter, J. Climate, 26 (6), 1939-1955.

De Angelis, S.H., J. Larsen, M. Coombs, (2013) Pre-eruptive Magmatic Conditions at Augustine Volcano, Alaska, 2006: Evidence from Amphibole Geochemistry and Textures, J. Petrology (2013) 54 (9): 1939-1961. doi: 10.1093/petrology/egt037.

Delamere P.A., R.J. Wilson, S. Eriksson, and F. Bagenal (2013) Magnetic signatures of Kelvin-Helmholtz vortices on Saturn's magnetopause: Global survey, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, 393–404, doi:10.1029/2012JA018197.

Delamere, P.A., and F. Bagenal (2013) Magnetotail structure of the giant magnetospheres: Implications of the viscous interaction with the solar wind, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, 7045–7053, doi:10.1002/2013JA019179.

Denlinger, R.P., P. Webley, L. Mastin, and H. Schwaiger (2013) A Bayesian method to rank different model forecasts of the same volcanic ash cloud. AGU Geophysics monograph series “Lagrangian Modeling of the Atmosphere”, 200, 299 – 311.

Dlugi, R., M. Berger, M. Zelger, A. Hofzumahaus, F. Rohrer, F. Holland, K. Lu, G. Kramm, (2013) The Balance of Segregation Intensity: A Case Study from the Field (ECHO 2003). Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 13, 12913–12989, 2013.  

Dorn, H.P., R.L. Apodaca, S.M. Ball, T. Brauers, S.S. Brown, J.N. Crowley, W.P. Dubé, H. Fuchs, R. Häseler, U. Heitmann, R.L. Jones, A. Kiendler-Scharr, I. Labazan, J.M. Langridge, J. Meinen, T.F. Mentel, U. Platt, D. Pöhler, F. Rohrer, A.A. Ruth, E. Schlosser, G. Schuster, A.J.L. Shillings, W.R. Simpson, J. Thieser, R. Tillmann, R. Varma, D.S. Venables, and A. Wahner (2013) Intercomparison of NO3 radical detection instruments in the atmosphere simulation chamber SAPHIR, Atmos. Meas. Tech., 6, 1111-1140, doi:10.5194/amt-6-1111-2013.

Druckenmiller, M.L., H. Eicken, J.C. George, L. Brower (2013) Trails to the whale: Reflections of change and choice in an Inupiaq icescape: Polar Geogr., 36, 5-29.

Dumoulin, J.A., C.A. Johnson, J.F. Slack, K.A. Bird, M.T. Whalen, T.E. Moore, A.G. Harris, and P.B. O’Sullivan (2013) Carbonate margin, slope, and basin facies of the Lisburne Group (Carboniferous–Permian) in northern Alaska, Society for Sedimentary Geology Special Publication 105: Deposits, Architecture and Controls of Carbonate Margin, Slope, and Basin Systems. DOI: 10.2110/sepmsp.105.02 

Edwards, B., A. Belousov, M. Belousova, A. Volynets, D. Melnikov, S. Chirkov, S. Senyukov, E. Gordeev, Y. Muraviev, P. Izbekov, Y. Demianchuk (2013) Another “Great Tolbachik” Eruption?, Eos Trans. AGU, 94(21), 189.

Eicken, H. (2013) Arctic sea ice needs better forecasts. Nature, 497, 431-433.

Eicken, H., O. Lee, G. Kling, C. Lee, and H. Wiggins, (2013) SEARCH Science Steering Committee (2013) Dual-purpose Arctic observing networks: Lessons from SEARCH on frameworks for prioritization and coordination . White paper for Arctic Observing Summit, Vancouver, BC, Canada, April 30 – May 2, 2013.

Ekstrand, A.L., P.W. Webley, M.J. Garay, J. Dehn, A. Prakash, D.L. Nelson, K.G. Dean, and T. Steensen (2013) A Multi-Sensor Plume Height Analysis of the 2009 Redoubt Eruption, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 259, 170-184 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.09.008.

Elliott, J., J. T. Freymueller, and C. F. Larsen (2013) Active tectonics of the St. Elias orogen, Alaska, observed with GPS measurements, J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 118, 5625–5642, doi:10.1002/jgrb.50341.

Engram, M., K.W. Anthony, F.J. Meyer, and G. Grosse (2013) Characterization of L-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) backscatter from floating and grounded lake ice in arctic Alaska, Cryosphere Discussions, 7 (3), 2061-2088.

Engram, M., K.W Anthony, F.J Meyer, and G. Grosse (2013) Characterization of L-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) backscatter from floating and grounded thermokarst lake ice in Arctic Alaska, Cryosphere, 7 (6).

Engram, M., K.W. Anthony, F.J. Meyer, and G. Grosse (2013) Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) backscatter response from methane ebullition bubbles trapped by thermokarst lake ice, Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 38 (06), 667-682.

Epstein, H,E., U.S. Bhatt, D.A. Walker, M.K. Raynolds, P.A. Bieniek, J. Comiso, J. Pinzon, C.J. Tucker, I.V. Polyakov, G.J. Jia, H. Zeng, B.C. Forbes, M. Macias-Fauria, L. Xu, R. Myneni, G.V. Frost, G.R. Shaver, M.S. Bret-Harte, M.C. Mack, and A.V. Rocha (2013) Vegetation [in Arctic Report Card 2013], http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/reportcard.

Fallen, C. T., and B. J. Watkins (2013) Diurnal and seasonal variation of electron heat flux measured with the Poker Flat Incoherent-Scatter Radar, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 118(8), 5327-5332, doi:10.1002/jgra.50485.

Fang, X., D. Lummerzheim, and C. H. Jackman (2013) Proton impact ionization and a fast calculation method, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, 5369–5378, doi:10.1002/jgra.50484.

Fazzino II, D.V., P.A. Loring, and A. Mohammadi (2013) Participation and Investment in Local Agriculture: What's in a Community? Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, http://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2013.034.013.

Fee, D., R.S. Matoza, K.L. Gee, T.B. Neilsen, and D.E. Ogden (2013) Infrasonic crackle and supersonic jet noise from the eruption of Nabro Volcano, Eritrea, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 4199–4203, doi:10.1002/grl.50827.

Fee, D., R. Waxler, J.Assink, Y. Gitterman, J. Given, J. Coyne, P. Mialle, M. Garces, D. Drob, D. Kleinert, Rm. Hofstetter, and P. Grenard (2013) Overview of the 2009 and 2011 Sayarim Infrasound Calibration Experiments, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50398.

Fee, D., R.S. Matoza, (2013) An Overview of Volcano Infrasound: from Hawaiian to Plinian, Local to Global, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 249, 123-139, doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.09.002.

Fee, D., S.R. McNutt, T. Lopez, K.M. Arnoult, C.A.L. Szuberla, and J.V. Olson (2013) Combining Local and Remote Infrasound Recordings from the 2009 Redoubt Volcano Eruption, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 259(0), 100-114, doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2011.09.012.

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Petrich, C., J. Karlsson, and H. Eicken (2013) Porosity of growing sea ice and potential for oil entrainment, Cold Reg. Sci. Technol., 87, 27-32.

Polyakov, I.V., U.S. Bhatt, J.E. Walsh, E.P. Abrahamsen, A.V. Pnyushkov, and P.F. Wassmann (2013) Recent oceanic changes in the Arctic in the context of longer term observations, Ecological Applications 23:1745–1764. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/11-0902.1.

Pompa-Mera, V., P. Schaaf, T. Hernández-Treviño, B. Weber, G. Solís-Pichardo, D. Villanueva-Lascurain, and P. Layer, (2013) Geology, geochronology, and geochemistry of Isla María Madre, Nayarit, Mexico, Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas, v.30, num 1, 1-23.

Post, E., U.S. Bhatt, C.M. Bitz, J.F. Brodie, T.L. Fulton, M. Hebblewhite, J. Kerby, S.J. Kutz, I. Stirling, and D.A. Walker (2013) Ecological Consequences of Sea Ice Decline, Science, 341, 519-524.

Pouget, S., M. Bursik, P. Webley, J. Dehn, and M. Pavolonis (2013) Estimation of eruption source parameters from umbrella cloud or downwind plume growth rate, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 258, 100-112, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2013.04.002

Prakash, A., R. Gens, S. Prasad, A. Raju, and R.P. Gupta (2013) Chapter 10 – Coal Fires in the Jharia Coalfield, India. in Coal and peat fires: A global perspective, Volume 2, Photographs and Multimedia Tour, edited by Stracher, G.B, Prakash, A. and Sokol E.V., Elsevier, 564 p., ISBN 978-0444594129.

Prata, A., M. Bursik, J. Dehn, M. Jones, M.  Pavolonis, E.B. Pitman, T. Singh, P. Singla, E. Stefanscu, S. Pouget, and P. Webley (2013) Challenges in Developing DDDAS based Methodology for Volcanic Ash Hazard Analysis – Effect of Numerical Weather Prediction Variability and Parameter Estimation, Procedia Computer Science, 18, 1871-1880, ISSN 1877-0509, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2013.05.356

Pratt, K.A., K.D. Custard, P.B. Shepson, T.A. Douglas, D. Pöhler, S. General, J. Zielcke, W.R. Simpson, U. Platt, D.J. Tanner, L.G. Huey, M. Carlsen, and B.H. Stirm (2013) Photochemical production of molecular bromine in Arctic surface snowpacks, Nature Geoscience, doi:10.1038/ngeo1779.

Qin, J., S. Celestin, V.P. Pasko, S.A. Cummer, M.G. McHarg, and H.C. Stenbaek-Nielsen (2013) Mechanism of column and carrot sprites derived from optical and radio observations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 4777–4782, doi:10.1002/grl.50910.

Rader, E.L., and J.F. Larsen (2013) Experimental phase relations of a low MgO Aleutian basaltic andesite at XH2O = 0.7–1, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, Vol 166 (6), 1593-1611.

Radic V. and R. Hock (2013) Glaciers in the Earth’s hydrological cycle: Assessments of glacier mass and runoff changes on global and regional scales. Survey of Geophysics. doi:10.1007/s10712-013-9262-y.

Radic, V., A. Bliss, A.C. Beedlow, R. Hock, E. Miles and J.G. Cogley (2013) Regional and global projections of 21st century glacier mass changes in response to climate scenarios from global climate models. Climate Dynamics. doi:10.1007/s00382-013-1719-7.

Raju, A., R.P. Gupta, and A. Prakash (2013) Delineation of coalfield surface fires by thresholding Landsat TM-7 day-time image data, Geocarto, 28 (4), 343-363. DOI: 10.1080/ 10106049.2012.710651.

Rankl, M., S. Vijay, C. Kienholz, and M. Braun (2013) Glacier changes in the Karakoram region mapped by multi-mission satellite imagery, The Cryosphere Discuss., 7, 4065-4099, doi:10.5194/tcd-7-4065-2013.

Rawlins, M., D. Nicolsky, K. McDonald, and V.E. Romanovsky (2013) Simulating Soil Freeze/Thaw Dynamics with an Improved Pan-Arctic Water Balance Model, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 5, doi:10.1002/jame.20045, 2013.

Ray, L.C., M. Galand, P.A. Delamere, and B.L. Fleshman (2013) Current-voltage relation for the Saturnian system, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, 3214–3222, doi:10.1002/jgra.50330.

Raynolds, M.K., D.A. Walker, K.J. Ambrosius, J. Brown, K.R. Everett, M. Kanevskiy, G.P. Kofinas, V.E. Romanovsky, Y. Shur, and P.J. Webber (2013) Cumulative geoecological effects of 62 years of infrastructure and climate change in ice-rich permafrost landscapes, Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska, Global Change Biology, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12500.

Read, L., S. Mokhtari, K. Madani, M. Maimoun, and C. Hanks (2013) A Multi-Participant, Multi-Criteria Analysis of Energy Supply Sources for Fairbanks, Alaska. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2013: pp. 1247-1257. doi: 10.1061/9780784412947.123.

Reis, J., M. Sanford, J. Jones, A.R. Mahoney, K.A. Soofi, S. Hensley, B. Holt (2013) GeoSAR P/X-band single pass IFSAR over arctic ice. Radar Conference (RADAR).

Rignot, E., J. Mouginot, C.F. Larsen, Y. Gim, and D. Kirchner (2013) Low-frequency radar sounding of temperate ice masses in Southern Alaska, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 5399–5405, doi:10.1002/2013GL057452.

Roed, M.A., R.W. Barendregt, J.A. Benowitz, C.A.S. Smith, P.T. Sanborn, J.D. Greenough, C. Huscroft, P.W. Layer, R.W. Mathewes, and D. Tessler (2013) Evidence for an Early Pleistocene glaciation in the Okanagan Valley, southern British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 51, no. 999,125-141.

Roederer, J.G., and H. Zhang (2013) Dynamics of Magnetically Trapped Particles: Foundations of the Physics of Radiation Belts and Space Plasmas, Publisher: Springer, 2nd Edition, Publication Date: December 13, 2013 (ebook), January 2, 2014 (hard cover), ISBN(ebook): 978-3642415302, ISBN (hard cover): 978-3642415296.

Rohith M.V, J. Jones, H. Eicken, and C. Kambhamettu (2013) Extracting Quantitative Information on Coastal Ice Dynamics and Ice Hazard Events From Marine Radar Digital Imagery. IEEE Transact. Geosci. Remote Sens., 51, 2556-2570.

Romanovsky, V.E., A.L. Kholodov, S.L. Smith, H.H. Christiansen, N.I. Shiklomanov, D.S. Drozdov, N.G. Oberman, and S.S. Marchenko (2013) [The Arctic] Permafrost [in “State of the Climate in 2012”]. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 94 (8).

Romanovsky, V.E., S.L. Smith, H.H. Christiansen, N.I. Shiklomanov, D.S. Drozdov, N.G. Oberman, A.L. Kholodov, and S.S. Marchenko (2013) Permafrost [in Arctic Report Card 20132], http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/reportcard , pp. 131-136.

Rozell, N. (2013) Natural Alaska: Life on the Edge: Essays. Charleston, NC.

Rueda, H., J.L. Macías, J.L. Arce, J.E. Gardner, and P.W. Layer (2013) The ~ 31 ka rhyolitic Plinian to sub-Plinian eruption of Tlaloc Volcano, Sierra Nevada, central Mexico, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research; 252:73–91, DOI:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.12.001.

Saito, K., S. Marchenko, V. Romanovsky, A. Hendricks, N. Bigelow, K. Yoshikawa, and J. Walsh (2013) Evaluation of LPM permafrost distribution in NE Asia reconstructed and downscaled from GCM simulations. Boreas. doi: 10.1111/bor.12038

Saito, K., T. Sueyoshi, S. Marchenko, V. Romanovsky, B. Otto-Bliesner, J. Walsh, N. Bigelow, A. Hendricks, and K. Yoshikawa (2013) LGM permafrost distribution: how well can the latest PMIP multi-model ensembles reconstruct?, Clim. Past., 9, 1697-1714, 2013, doi:10.5194/cp-9-1697-2013.

Saito, K., T. Zhang, D. Yang, S. Marchenko, R.G. Barry, V. Romanovsky, and L. Hinzman (2013) Land-Atmosphere Interactions of Snow and Permafrost Dynamics in the Arctic and Beyond, Ecological Applications, 23(8), pp. 1778-1797.

Saito, K., T. Zhang, D. Yang, S. Marchenko, R.G. Barry, V. Romanovsky, L. Hinzman (2013) Influence of the physical terrestrial Arctic in the eco-climate system. Ecological Applications 23:1778–1797. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/11-1062.1

Schirrmeister L, D.G. Froese, V. Tumskoy, G. Grosse, and S. Wetterich (2013)  Yedoma: Late Pleistocene ice-rich syngenetic permafrost of Beringia. The Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. 3:542-552.

Schmitt, C.G., M. Stuefer, A.J. Heymsfield, and C.K. Kim (2013) The microphysical properties of ice fog measured in urban environments of Interior Alaska, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, 11,136–11,147, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50822.

Schuur E.A.G., B.W. Abbott, W.B. Bowden, V. Brovkin, P. Camill, J.G. Canadell, J.P. Chanton, F.S. Chapin III, T.R. Christensen, P. Ciais, B.T. Crosby, C.I. Czimczik, G. Grosse, J. Harden, D.J. Hayes, G. Hugelius, J.D. Jastrow, J.B. Jones, T. Kleinen, C.D. Koven, G. Krinner, P. Kuhry, D.M. Lawrence, A.D. McGuire, S.M. Natali, J.A. O’Donnell, C.L. Ping, W.J. Riley, A. Rinke, V.E. Romanovsky, A.B.K. Sannel, C. Schädel, K. Schaefer, J. Sky, Z.M. Subin, C. Tarnocai, M. Turetsky, M. Waldrop, K.M. Walter-Anthony, K. P. Wickland, C.J. Wilson, and S.A. Zimov (2013) Expert Assessment of Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change, Climatic Change, 1-16, DOI 10.1007/s10584-013-0730-7, 2013.

Sharpton, V. L., R.V. Krochuk, and R.R. Herrick (2013) Characterization and morphological reconstruction of the Terny impact structure, central Ukraine. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 48: 806–818. doi: 10.1111/maps.12107.

Shcherbakov, V.D., O.K. NeillP.E. Izbekov, P.Y. Plechov (2013) Phase equilibria constraints on pre-eruptive magma storage conditions for the 1956 eruption of Bezymianny Volcano, Kamchatka, Russia, J. Volcanology and Geothermal Res. Volume 263, 132–140.

Shi, Q.Q., M. Hartinger, V. Angelopoulos, Q.G. Zong, X.Z. Zhou, X.Y. Zhou, A. Kellerman, A.M. Tian, J. Weygand, S.Y. Fu, Z.Y. Pu, J. Raeder, Y.S. Ge, Y.F. Wang, H. Zhang, and Z.H. Yao (2013) THEMIS observations of ULF wave excitation in the nightside plasma sheet during sudden impulse events, J. Geophys. Res., 118, doi:10.1029/2012JA017984.

Snay, R.A., J.T. Freymueller, and C.A. Pearson (2013) Crustal Motion Models Developed for Version 3.2 of the Horizontal Time-Dependent Positioning Utility, J. Appl. Geodesy, Vol. 7 (2013), pp. 173–190, doi: 10.1515/jag-2013-0005.

Stanton, T.P., W.J. Shaw, M. Truffer, H.F. Corr, L.E. Peters, K.L. Riverman, R. Bindschadler, D.M. Holland, and S. Anandakrishnan (2013) Channelized ice melting in the ocean boundary layer beneath Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. Science, 341(6151), 1236-1239. doi: 10.1126/science.1239373.

Starkenburg, D.P., G.J. Fochesatto, A. Prakash, J. Cristóbal, R. Gens, and D.L. Kane (2013) The Role of Coherent Flow Structures in the Turbulent Fluxes of an Alaskan Boreal Forest, Journal of Geophysical Research -Atmosphere, 118 (15), 8140-8155. DOI: 10.1002/jgrd.50625.

Steensen, T., M. Stuefer, P.W. Webley, G. Grell, and S. Freitas, (2013) Analysis of Ash Distribution of the Redoubt 2009 Eruption based on Satellite Observations and Model Estimates. Journ. of Volc. and Geo. Res., 259, 235-247, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2012.02.018.

Stenbaek-Nielsen, H.C., T. Kanmae, M.G. McHarg, R. Haaland (2013) High-Speed Observations of Sprite Streamers, Surveys in Geophysics, Vol 34 (6), 769-795 doi:10.1007/s10712-013-9224-4.

Stracher G.B, A. Prakash, and E.V. Sokol (Eds.) (2013) Coal and peat fires: A global perspective, Volume 2, Photographs and Multimedia Tour, Elsevier, 564 p., ISBN 978-0444594129.

Straneo, F., O. Sergienko, G. Hamilton, G. Catania, S. Griffies, R. Hallberg, A. Jenkins, I. Joughin, R. Motyka, W.T. Pfeffer, E. Rignot, T. Scambos, M. Truffer, and A. Vieli (2013) Challenges to Understanding the Dynamic Response of Greenland's Marine Terminating Glaciers to Oceanic and Atmospheric Forcing. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 94, 1131–1144. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-12-00100.1.

Strauss, J., L. Schirrmeister, G. Grosse, S. Wetterich, M. Ulrich, U. Herzschuh, and H.W. Hubberten (2013) The deep permafrost carbon pool of the Yedoma region in Siberia and Alaska, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 6165–6170, doi:10.1002/2013GL058088.

Stuefer, M., S.R. Freitas, G. Grell, P. Webley, S. Peckham, and S. A. McKeen (2013) Inclusion of Ash and SO2 emissions from volcanic eruptions in WRF-CHEM: Development and some applications. Geoscientific Model Development, 6 (2), 457 – 468.

Suarez, C., G. Ludvigson, L. Gonzalez, A. Fiorillo, P. Flaig, and McCarthy (2013) Use of multiple oxygen isotope proxies for elucidating arctic Cretaceous paleohydrology. In:  Isotopic studies in Cretaceous research.  Bojar, A.-V., Melinte-Dobrnescu, M.C. and Smit, J. (eds.) Geol. Soc. London, Special Publication, 382, p. 1-18.

Tape, C., M.E. West, V. Silwal, and N. Ruppert (2013) Earthquake nucleation and triggering on an optimally oriented fault. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 363, 231–241, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2012.11.060.

Tape, W. and C. Tape (2013) The classical model for moment tensors, [supplement], Geophysical Journal International, v. 195, p. 1701-1720.

Tomsich, C.S., P.J. McCarthy, and S. Jaramillo (2013) Stratigraphy, sedimentology and paleoenvironments of the Cantwell Formation in Denali National Park, Alaska.  Field Trip Guidebook, 6th International Conference on Arctic Margins, Fairbanks, Alaska, 42 p. (published by Alaska Geological Society).

Truessel, B., R.J. Motyka, M. Truffer, and C. Larsen (2013) Rapid thinning of lake-calving Yakutat Glacier and the collapse of the Yakutat Icefield, southeast Alaska, USA. J. Glaciol.,59(213), 149-161, doi:10.3189/2013JoG12J081.

Turner, S.J., P. Izbekov, C. Langmuir (2013) The magma plumbing system of Bezymianny Volcano: Insights from a 54 year time series of trace element whole-rock geochemistry and amphibole compositions, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, Vol 263, 1 August 2013, Pages 108–121

Tweedy, O. V., V. Limpasuvan, Y.J. Orsolini,  A.K. Smith, R.R. Garcia, D. Kinnison, C.E. Randall, O. Kvissel, F. Stordal, V.L. Harvey, A. Chandran (2013) Nighttime secondary ozone layer during major stratospheric sudden warmings in specified-dynamics WACCM, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, 8346–8358, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50651.

Van Manen, S.M., S. Blake, J. Dehn and L. Valcic (2013) Forecasting large explosions at Bezymianny Volcano using thermal satellite data (in Remote sensing of volcanoes and volcanic processes; integrating observation and modelling ) Special Publication - Geological Society of London, 380(1):187-201.

Wang, S., Q. Zong, and H. Zhang (2013) Cluster observations of hot flow anomalies with large flow deflections: 1. Velocity deflections, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 118, 732–743, doi:10.1002/jgra.50100.

Wang, S., Q.G. Zong, and H. Zhang (2013b) Cluster observations of hot flow anomalies with large flow deflections: 2. Bow shock geometry at HFA edges, J. Geophys. Res., 118, 418–433, doi:10.1029/2012JA018204.

Wang, S., Q.G. Zong, and H. Zhang (2013c) Hot flow anomaly formation and evolution: Cluster observations, J. Geophys. Res., 118, 4360–4380, doi:10.1002/jgra.50424.

Waythomas, C.F., and P.W. Webley (2013) Preface to the special issue of JVGR on the 2009 eruption of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 259, 1, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2013.05.013

Webley, P.W. and T. Steensen (2013) Operational Volcanic Ash Cloud Modeling: Discussion on Model Inputs, Products, and the Application of Real-Time Probabilistic Forecasting, in Lagrangian Modeling of the Atmosphere (eds J. Lin, D. Brunner, C. Gerbig, A. Stohl, A. Luhar and P. Webley), American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. C. doi: 10.1029/2012GM001271

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Science for Alaska Lecture Series

Science for Alaska is one of the largest public outreach efforts undertaken each year by the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

The series brings current scientific research to communities throughout the state and serves as a method of collaboration between each major campus of the University of Alaska system, state and federal agencies, and nonprofit organizations. Each year, administrators, faculty, staff and the public weigh-in on possibilities for speakers and topics to be included in the popular lecture series. The result is a well-rounded event that pools expertise from scientists studying in various locales in Alaska, on topics as diverse as alternative energy to walruses.

Science for Alaska is an enormous project that requires months of planning and preparation. The Fairbanks lecture program is coordinated by the Public Relations Office at the Geophysical Institute.

Science for Alaska has grown tremendously since its inception in the early 1990s. Today, lectures are offered in Fairbanks and online, as well as on DVDs that are accessible through the Alaska library system.

Video recordings of the Science for Alaska Lecture Series from Fairbanks can be accessed through this site. To view lectures, click on a particular year (found in the menu to the right).

Science for Alaska is funded by the Geophysical Institute, Alaska EPSCoR and the Triplehorn family.

For information about the 2017 lectures visit the 2017 lectures site.

For more information about the Science for Alaska Lecture Series, please contact the Geophysical Institute Public Relations Office at 907-474-7558, or email uaf-gi-public-info@alaska.edu.

2017 Lectures

The 2017 Science for Alaska Lecture Series will run on Tuesdays, January 31 through March 7, at 7p.m. 

The 2017 lectures will be held in a new location, the Raven Landing Center, 1222 Cowles Street, across from the Noel Wein Public Library. 

 

January 31 - The almost forgotten earthquake of the Alaska Gold Rush

Carl Tape, Associate Professor, UAF-GI


On August 27, 1904, seismic stations from around the globe recorded a magnitude 7.3 earthquake originating from central Alaska. The earthquake occurred near the peak of the Gold Rush along the Yukon and Tanana rivers, yet there were---until now---no known written accounts of shaking from the earthquake. I will present five newly discovered accounts of shaking from this earthquake, spanning from St. Michael in western Alaska to Fairbanks and from the Kenai peninsula to Coldfoot. I will discuss the implications of the 1904 earthquake for major faults and seismic hazards in central Alaska.

February 7- How do we adapt to Alaska's changing environment?

Anupma Prakash, Director, Alaska EPSCoR, UAF-GI


In this talk, I will present findings and lessons learned from Alaska EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research), which is concluding a five-year project to study the ways Alaskan communities can adapt to changes to the environment. EPSCoR researchers combine biological, physical and social science approaches to address research questions built on input from Alaska residents across the state. This includes studies into the impacts of oil development and permafrost thaw on a North Slope village; the methods that Juneau land managers and tourism businesses use to respond to glacial recession; and future scenarios of salmon abundance and use on the Kenai Peninsula. These regional research efforts contribute to larger EPSCoR efforts to quantify the difference between environmental change as measured by instruments and as experienced by humans.

 

 

 

February 14 - Volcanic gases: Messages from a volcano’s interior

Taryn Lopez, Research Assistant Professor, UAF-GI


Gases released from a volcano provide unique insights into a volcano’s interior and are critical for volcano monitoring. The amount of gas released from a volcano is related to the quantity of magma in the crust. The composition of the gases allows scientists to distinguish magmatic from hydrothermal gases and to estimate the depth of degassing magma. These clues into a volcano’s interior are key factors used to help forecast the timing and explosivity of impending eruptions. Alaska is home to 52 historically active volcanoes, over half of which are persistently degassing. This talk will explore the ways in which volcanic gases are used to monitor volcanoes and forecast eruptions, illustrate the challenges in collecting and interpreting these measurements, and provide examples of how these results have been used to understand the plumbing systems of Alaska’s volcanoes.

 

 

 

February 21 - How changes in permafrost will affect our lives

Vladimir Romanovsky, Professor, UAF-GI


The impact of climate warming on permafrost and the potential of climate feedbacks resulting from permafrost thawing have recently received a great deal of attention. Ground temperatures are a primary indicator of permafrost stability. Most of the permafrost observatories in the Northern Hemisphere show substantial warming of permafrost since circa 1980-1990. Permafrost is already thawing within the southern part of the permafrost domain. Projections of future changes in permafrost suggest that by the end of the 21st century, permafrost in the Northern Hemisphere may be actively thawing within a wide area. Various phenomena related to permafrost degradation are already commonly observed, including increased rates of coastal and river bank erosion, increased occurrences of retrogressive thaw slumps and active layer detachment slides, and drying of tundra lakes. The combination of thawing permafrost and erosion is damaging community infrastructure such as buildings, roads, airports, pipelines, water and sanitation facilities, and communication systems. In some severe instances, permafrost thaw and related coastal erosion are forcing the relocation of entire communities. Climate feedbacks from degrading permafrost are expected due to the release of organic carbon and transfer of the greenhouse gases carbon dioxide and methane to the atmosphere. Disturbances of high latitude permafrost regions, such as wildfires and thermokarst, are assumed to be accelerating both in frequency and intensity with adverse but poorly quantified effects on permafrost. Also of concern are the potential impacts from damaged oil and gas pipelines as a direct impact from the degrading and thawing permafrost in the Arctic regions. To mitigate these possible impacts, an accurate and timely forecast of changes in permafrost should be established. Despite our accumulating knowledge of changing permafrost, future permafrost dynamics and its impacts remain poorly quantified on the local scales. To make progress, disciplines must team together to understand and to predict the patterns, processes, and consequences of permafrost thaw to the earth natural systems and to foresee their societal impacts.

 

 

 

February 28 - Exploring the limits of the solar system: NASA’s missions to Jupiter and Pluto

Peter Delamere, Professor, UAF-GI


Jupiter and Pluto are planets of extremes. Jupiter is the biggest gas giant planet and Pluto is the smallest icy dwarf planet. Even their namesakes span the limits of mythology from god of the sky (Jupiter/Jove) to ruler of the underworld (Pluto/Hades). NASA’s two most recent missions to the outer solar system are New Horizons (Jupiter/Pluto) and Juno (Jupiter). New Horizons flew by Jupiter nearly 10 years ago and flew past Pluto in the summer of 2015, returning fantastic images of this diminutive icy world. Juno went into a polar orbit around Jupiter just this past summer and is currently executing a series of 53-day orbits. Juno is measuring thermal emissions from Jupiter, giving scientists insight into its internal structure and providing the highest resolution images ever of the aurora. We will discuss some of the fascinating discoveries and the very latest results from these missions, ranging from Pluto’s ice mountains that are as big as the Alaska Range to Jupiter’s dynamic and multi-faceted aurorae.

 

 

 

March 7 - Glaciers: The biggest losers

Andy Aschwanden, Research Assistant Professor, UAF-GI


It took hundreds of thousands of years to build up the glaciers covering the Earth's poles, slowly turning snow accumulation into ice. With temperatures on the rise everywhere, glaciers in Alaska and around the world are responding to this warming by melting away. Here we will tell the tale of glaciers from their formation when the world was a colder place to their eventual demise if temperatures keep rising. We will learn why glaciers that end in the ocean are particularly vulnerable to higher ocean temperatures and why we care so much about the future of the West Antarctica Ice Sheet even though it is so far from Alaska.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Lectures

The 2016 Science for Alaska Lecture Series will run on Tuesdays, January 19 through February 23, with a bonus lecture on March 17.

 

Bonus Lecture: Thursday, March 17

Wedgewood Resort Borealis Ballroom

Coastal bathtub rings: What ancient shorelines tell us about future sea level rise

Julie Brigham-Grette, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Glacial and interglacial change during the ice ages uniquely imposed on the Bering Strait region some of the most radical changes in sea level and paleogeography documented in the Northern Hemisphere. The Bering Land Bridge is a landscape that existed because of glaciation, exposing the shallow parts of the Bering and Chukchi seas.  Following the transition from a forested Arctic 3 million years ago to the first major glaciation of the northern hemisphere about 2.6 million years ago, coastal marine deposits found along the coasts of Alaska and Chukotka record a number of critical transitions in the evolution of Northern Hemisphere climate.  Ancient shorelines, or bathrub rings, record not only natural global warming but also the northward migration of marine ecosystems and changes in the extent of sea ice along Alaska’s shores. Changes in Beringian shorelines likely influenced the migration of man into North America. New research helps us understand the rate and timing of the last submergence of the Bering Strait, 12,000 years ago, and how ongoing sea level rise will likely cause changes in the shorelines we live along today.

 

January 19 - What do nano-technology, brain and border patrol have in common?

Martin Cenek, Assistant Professor, UAA

Climate change significantly effects vast regions of the sensitive arctic landscape. As a result, previously inaccessible locations will open up for commerce, research, natural resource exploration and recreation, with an increase of human traffic and environmental impact.  The ability to monitor the changes is vital for environmental monitoring, resource management, disaster response and patterns of use. The arctic region’s vast size, harsh environmental conditions, lack of reliable power and sparse communication infrastructure requires alternative means of survey and monitoring tools: cheap, redundant, decentralized, distributed and asynchronous. This talk will present a conceptual design of sensor networks that are inspired by the neuro-physiology of the human brain for event sensing in vast remote regions.

Martin Cenek is a computer science researcher and educator interested in a broad range of topics that include complex systems, cognition, artificial intelligence and artificial life, networks, machine learning, evolutionary computations and biologically inspired machines and computations. He received a PhD in computer science from Portland State University in artificial intelligence and complex systems. With his advisor Dr. Melanie Mitchell, he studied how to model of complex system processes information in order to solve a given problem. He's an avid outdoorsman.

 

 

 

 

January 26 - Drawing girls to science through art

 

Laura Conner, Research Assistant Professor, UAF-GI

Despite huge advances in the last few decades, women are still underrepresented in many science fields. For instance, only about 15 percent of engineers are female, and only 12 percent of physicists and astronomers are female. A leading cause of this disparity is a lack of interest in, and identification with, science among girls. Starting about middle school, girls tend to view science as rote, passionless, uncreative and not relevant to their interests. Our project is documenting how an educational approach that integrates art and science can change stereotypical views about scientists and science careers.

Laura Carsten Conner is a research assistant professor of science education at the Geophysical Institute and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at UAF. She was formerly the head of public programs at the University of Alaska Museum of the North, where she directed the development of exhibits and educational programs. Laura earned her PhD in ecology and evolutionary biology in 2007 from the University of Arizona, a master’s degree in science writing from the University of Washington in 2001, a master’s degree in plant pathology from Montana State University in 1998, and a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder.  She now conducts research in the learning sciences.  Laura enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, hiking and reading Harry Potter books in her free time.

 

 

February 2 - Tsunamis: How nature keeps surprising scientists

Elena Suleimani, Research Analyst, UAF-GI

The two shocking tsunami disasters of the 21st century have forever changed the definition of the word "tsunami." Its meaning was elevated from just an infrequent though potentially dangerous natural phenomenon to one capable of inflicting hundreds of thousands of fatalities and reaching every coastline on Earth. While the unrealized geophysical hazard was the major reason for the absence of a tsunami warning system and tsunami education in the Indian Ocean region and, as a result, the incomprehensible number of fatalities in 2004, the major cause of the high casualty rate in the 2011 Tohoku tsunami was failure to evacuate. The shift in paradigm caused by the tragic lessons learned from these recent catastrophic tsunamis is now used to reduce the potential damage and fatalities from future disasters.


Elena Suleimani holds a BS degree in radiophysics and electronics from the Gorky State University, Russia, a MS in Physical Oceanography from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and PhD in geophysics from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She has studied nonlinear dynamics of tsunami waves at the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and later numerical modeling of tsunami waves at the Institute of Marine Sciences at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Elena is currently at the Geophysical Institute in Fairbanks and is working on tsunami inundation mapping for Alaska coastal communities.

 

 

February 9 - Exploring the subterranean realms of Alaska’s active volcanoes

Jessica Larsen, Professor, UAF-GI

Alaska, located along the North Pacific portion of the Ring of Fire, is home to 52 historically active, potentially hazardous, and spectacularly beautiful volcanoes. These not-so-silent residents of our state produce an astounding diversity in eruption styles; each volcano has a somewhat unique “personality.” In order to monitor, assess hazards, and provide timely and accurate information to the public about our restless volcanoes, we must investigate what happens within the crust of the Earth: a realm hidden from human eyes. In this talk we will observe the region beneath volcanoes, from their deep magmatic roots all the way to the surface of the Earth, and explore some of the reasons why together they exhibit an astounding array of differences in eruption style.

Jessica Larsen received her PhD in geophysics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1996. Since arriving at UAF in 1997 to work with the Alaska Volcano Observatory, Larsen has focused her research on petrological imaging of the subterranean plumbing systems feeding Alaska’s many, frequently active volcanoes. To discover where magmas are staged in the crust and how they cause diverse, explosive or effusive eruption styles, she combines fieldwork in the remote Aleutian Islands and creates synthetic magma using high pressure and temperature experiments conducted here at UAF in the Petrology Lab.

 

 

 

 

February 16 - Home on the ice: Sea ice change and Arctic wildlife

Olivia Lee, Research Assistant professor, UAF-IARC

Sea ice plays a prominent role in the lives of walrus and ice seals in the Arctic. Learn how scientists and subsistence hunters are collaborating using a combination of satellite imagery and local observations to study the effects of changing sea ice on the behavior and migration of walrus, bearded, ringed and spotted seals in Alaska.

Olivia Lee has a PhD in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University, and a BA in marine science from the University of Hawaii at Hilo. She has studied seals and sea otters in Alaska and Russia, looking at migration patterns and how they use their environment to find food. She is interested in using technology and local knowledge to track changes in sea ice habitat in the Arctic.

 

 

 

 

 

February 23 - HAARP: New frontiers in space science on the last frontier

William Bristow, Professor, UAF-GI

The Geophysical Institute recently took over operation of the facilities of the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program after the Air Force Research Laboratory discontinued its research at the site. This high profile program has attracted a lot of attention over the years for a variety of imagined activities. The truth, however, is far more prosaic than was imagined, though still quite interesting. This presentation will cover some of the history of the program, including some of the significant results obtained, and plans for future research.

 

Bill Bristow is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. His research focuses on the physics of the near-Earth space environment, primarily through radar observations of the ionosphere. He is the group leader for space physics research at the Geophysical Institute and the principal investigator for five radar systems supported by the National Science Foundation, three of which are in Alaska, and two are in Antarctica. Bristow is the GI’s chief scientist for the HAARP system.  

 

 

 

2016 Flyer

2015 Lectures

2014 Lectures

Wonderous Sheen
Presented by Don Hampton

Icefields to Oceans
Presented by Anthony Arendt

World without Night
Presented by Franz Meyer

To Pluto and Beyond
Presented by Peter Delamere

Greening of the Arctic
Presented by Uma Bhatt, Skip Walker, Martha Raynolds, Vladimir Romanovsky, J.J. Frost, and Ina Timling

2012 Lectures

Alaska as Seen from an Unmanned Aircraft
Presented by Greg Walker

Protecting Our Eye Dentity
Presented by Bogdan Hoanca

Reindeer Tundra Gold
Presented by Greg Finstad

Space Research from Alaska Spaceports
Presented by Bob McCoy

When Icebergs Crash Into the Sea
Presented by Jason Amundson

2009 Lectures

Rockets into the Aurora
Presented by Dirk Lummerzheim

The Oil Age: What is it?
Presented by Rich Seifert

Frosty Feathers: Avian Tales of Winter Survival
Presented by Susan Sharbaugh

Out of the Blues: Beating Seasonal Affective Disorder
Presented by Suzanne Womack Strisik

Volcano Detectives: Locating, Predicting and Avoiding Ash Clouds
Presented by Peter Webley