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2017 Toolik All Scientists Meeting – Portland, OR, January 27-28, 2017

The goal of this meeting is to promote collaboration and synthesis among Toolik researchers and others working in the Arctic

| All Scientists Meeting: Full Agenda | Poster Abstracts |


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Friday
8:40am
Ed Rastetter
The Arctic LTER 2017-2023
pdf
Friday
9:00am
Hank Loescher
NEON at Toolik
pdf
Friday
9:20am
John Walsh
Toolik in the broader picture of Arctic change
pdf
Friday
9:40am
Eugenie Euskirchen
Linking models to explore the impacts of ecosystem change in Alaska and northwest Canada
pdf
Friday
10:20am
Tracie Curry
Visual tools for shared understanding in transdisciplinary knowledge processes
pdf
Friday
10:40am
John Elliott
Space Physics, Aeronomy and Toolik Field Station: What we do, why we do it, and why TFS
pdf
Friday
11:00am
Daniel Obrist
Trace gas dynamics of gaseous mercury, CO2, and CH4 between soils, snowpack and the atmosphere in the Alaskan tundra
pdf
Friday
11:20am
Yo Chin
It’s more than climate change: the fate of persistent organic pollutants in the Arctic
pdf
Friday
11:40am
Beth Neilson (pdf only)
Connecting hillslope and riparian processes to arctic stream and river responses
pdf
Friday
1:40pm
Lee Vierling (pdf only)
Reflecting on Toolik: recent advances and new opportunities for understanding Arctic ecology using remotely sensed data
pdf
Friday
2:00pm
John Wingfield
Living in the arctic spring: physiological and behavioral responses to extreme events and unpredictability
pdf
Friday
2:20pm
Jennie McLaren
Broadening perspectives on controls over carbon and nutrient cycling
pdf
Friday
2:40pm
Josh Schimel
Organic nitrogen uptake by tundra plants
pdf
Friday
3:20pm
Matt Wallenstein
Controls on the fate of new carbon inputs to tundra soils
pdf
Friday
3:40pm
Vladimir Romanovsky
Modeling permafrost characteristics with very high spatial resolution
pdf
Saturday
8:20am
Margareta Johansson
INTERACT goes viral: an advanced community steps into a global role
pdf
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