Global Change Student Grant Competition
Awardees for 2001
- William R. Bolton, Institute of Northern Engineering: Dynamic modeling of the soil moisture and hydrologic processes in areas of discontinuous permafrost
- Hector Douglas, Institute of Marine Science: Planktivorous auklets as biomonitors of environmental change in marine food webs
- Dmitriy Dukhovsky, Institute of Marine Science: Study of the decadal variability of the freshwater flux in the arctic basin - North Atlantic system
- Daniel Elsberg, Geophysical Institute: Glacier equilibrium line and terminus measurements with an integrated airborne video and laser altimetry system
- Jill Johnstone, Institute of Arctic Biology: Interactions between fire, climate, and vegetation succession in boreal forest
- Chris Larsen, Geophysical Institute: Coastal glaciers and sea level change: a case study in the Glacier Bay uplift region, southeast Alaska
- Jack McFarland, Department of Biology & Wildlife: The role of organic N in the nitrogen economies of terrestrial forest ecosystems: a cross-site approach
- Michael Palmer, Institute of Marine Science: Groundfish growth response to climate variability in the Bering Sea
- Christin Pruett, University of Alaska Museum: Global change and song sparrow populations in Alaska: an assessment of temporal and spatial changes using molecular markers
- Tina Tin, Geophysical Institute: Using shipboard observations to monitor sea ice thickness distribution in seasonal ice zone
- Katey Walter, Institute of Arctic Biology: Controls on methane flux from thermokarst in Northeast Siberia
- Martin Wilmking, Forest Sciences: Climate change in the treeline ecotone in interior Alaska's national parks: are the trees really better off?
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