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Katrina Eleanor Bennett

Katrina Bennett

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Phone (505) 664-0698

Capabilities

  • Computational Physics and Applied Mathematics
  • Numerical modeling
  • Statistics
  • Uncertainty quantification
  • Uncertainty analysis
  • Computer and Computational Sciences
  • High performance computing
  • Data-Intensive computing
  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Hydrology
  • Remote sensing
  • Image analysis
  • Computer and Computational Sciences
  • Machine learning,
  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Climate modeling
  • Field studies and process experiments
  • Ecosystem dynamics

Expertise

I am a hydrologist interested in changes to water resources that impact human and ecological systems. As a scientist, I have focused on the influences of climate change and climate variability on the hydrology of northern and forested watersheds in Canada, Alaska and most recently, the Colorado River basin. My research interests are primarily: hydrological modeling; remote sensing of solid and liquid water in the soils, air and on the ground; changes in the land surface (forests, vegetation, fire) and associated impacts to the hydrologic regime; and the quantification of uncertainty and sensitivity in hydrologic estimates.

 

www.kebennett.com

Education

2014 University of Alaska Fairbanks, Ph.D. (Hydrology), Interdisciplinary Studies and Civil and Environmental Engineering, International Arctic Research Center, Water and Environmental Research Center. “Changes in Extreme Hydroclimate Events in Interior Alaskan Boreal Forest Watersheds”

2006 University of Victoria, M.Sc. (Hydrology), Water and Climate Impacts Research Center. “Regional hydrologic controls on acid-sensitivity of lakes in boreal Canada: an isotopic perspective”

1999 University of Victoria: B.Sc. (Geography Co-op, with Distinction), 2000 Graduate

 

LANL Positions

2015-Current Postdoctoral Researcher, Earth and Environmental Sciences (16), Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, NM

 

Professional Societies

American Geophysical Union, 2007-present

Alaska Water Resources Association, 2011-present

Permafrost Young Researcher Network, 2012-present

United States Permafrost Association, 2012-present

 

Awards

2013 International Arctic Research Center, October Scientist of the Month

2013 Alaska Weather Symposium, Top Student Presentation

2013 Western Snow Conference, Top Student Presentation

2012 EPSCOR Travel Award, University of Alaska Fairbanks

2011 PYRN Travel Award, University of Alaska Fairbanks

2009/2012 Northern Research Basin conference, selected Canada/US participant

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2013 American Water Resources Association, Alaska Section Scholarship, University of Alaska Fairbanks (2.5K)

2012-2014 Alaska Climate Science Center, Ph.D. Tuition Scholarship and Research Assistantship

2011 Alaska Climate Science Center, Ph.D. Tuition Scholarship and Research Assistantship

2010 National Science Foundation, Ph.D. Tuition Scholarship and Research Assistantship

2010-2012 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, PGS-D Scholarship, University of Alaska Fairbanks (42K)

2004-2005 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Industrial Postgraduate Scholarship, University of Victoria (20.5K)

2004- 2004 Northern Scientific Training Program, University of Victoria (3K)

2003 Environment Canada Science Horizons, University of Victoria (18K, Declined)

2003- 2005 President's Research Scholarship, University of Victoria (2K)

 

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Full list and citations at Google Scholar

2014 Bennett, K.E., & Walsh, J.E. Spatial and temporal changes in indices of extreme precipitation and temperature for Alaska. International Journal of Climatology. doi: 10.1002/joc.4067.

2014 Semmens, K.A., Ramage, J., Apgar, J.D., Bennett, K.E., Liston, G.E., & Deeb, E. Passive Microwave Remote Sensing of Snowmelt and Melt-Refreeze using Diurnal Amplitude Variations. Chapter in AGU Monograph from Chapman Conference on Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Water Cycle. AGU Books.

2014 Schnorbus, M., Werner, A.T., & Bennett, K.E. Impacts of climate change in three hydrologic regimes in British Columbia, Canada. Hydrological Processes, 28(3), 1170-1189.

2012 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., & Schnorbus, M. Uncertainties in hydrologic and climate change impact analyses in headwater basins of British Columbia. Journal of Climate, 25(17), 5711-5730.

2010 Bennett, K.E., & Prowse, T.D. Northern Hemisphere geography of ice covered rivers. Hydrological Processes, Scientific Briefing, 24(2), 235-240. doi: 10.1002/hyp.7561.

2008 Bennett, K.E., Gibson, J.J., & McEachern, P M. Water-yield estimates for critical loadings assessment: comparisons of gauging methods versus an isotopic approach. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65(1), 83-99.

2008 Pike, R.G., Spittlehouse, D.L, Bennett, K.E., Eggington, V.N., Tschaplinski, P.J., Murdock, Trevor Q., & Werner, A.T. Climate Change and Watershed Hydrology: Part I - Recent and Projected Changes in British Columbia. Part II - Hydrologic implications for British Columbia. Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin, 11(2), 1-13.

Peer Reviewed Books

2014 K.E. Bennett. Changes in Extreme Hydroclimate Events in Interior Alaskan Boreal Forest Watersheds. Thesis. University of Alaska Fairbanks. http://gradworks.umi.com/36/70/3670470.html

2011 Schnorbus, M., Bennett, K.E., Werner, A., & Berland, A.J.R. Hydrologic Impacts of Climate Change in the Peace, Campbell and Columbia Watersheds, British Columbia, Canada. Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria: Victoria, B.C. pp. 157.

2010 Pike, R.G., Bennett, K.E., Redding, T., Werner, A., Spittlehouse, D.L., Moore, R.D., … Campbell, D. Chapter 19: Climate Change Effects on Watershed Processes in British Columbia. In R.G. Pike, T. E. Redding, R. D. Moore, R. D. Winkler & K. D. Bladon (Eds.), Compendium of Forest Hydrology and Geomorphology in British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Forests and Range, For. Sci. Prog., and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension: Victoria, B.C. pp. 699-747.

2010 Schnorbus, M., Bennett, K.E., & Werner, A.T. Quantifying the Water Resources Impacts of Mountain Pine Beetle and Associated Salvage Harvest Operations Across a Range of Watershed Scales: Hydrologic Modelling of the Fraser River Basin. Information Report B.C.-X-423. Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre: Victoria, B.C. pp. 64.

2009 Rodenhuis, D., Bennett, K.E., Werner, A., Murdock, T.Q., & Bronaugh, D. Climate Overview 2007: Hydro-climatology and Future Climate Impacts in British Columbia. Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria: Victoria, B.C. pp. 132.

2008 Pike, R.G., Spittlehouse, D.L., Bennett, K.E., Egginton, V.N., Tschaplinski, P.J., Murdock, T.Q., & Werner, A.T. A Summary of Climate Change Effects on Watershed Hydrology. MFR Extension Note 87. B.C. Ministry of Forests and Range: Victoria, B.C.

2007 Walker, I., Sydneysmith, R., Allen, D., Bennett, K.E., Bodtker, K., Bonin, D., . . . Menounos, B. Chapter 8: British Columbia. In D. Lemmen, Warren, F., Lacroix, J., Bush, E. (Eds.), From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate 2007. www.nrcan.gc.ca/earth-sciences/climate-change/community-adaptation/assessments/285. Accessed April 2014. Natural Resources Canada: Toronto, ON.

2007 Murdock, T.Q., Bennett, K.E., & Werner, A.T. GVRD Historical and Future Rainfall Analysis Update. Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria: Victoria B.C. pp. 52.

2007 Werner, A.T, Bennett, K.E., Runnells, J., Lee, R., Rodenhuis, D. & Menounos, B. Preliminary Analysis of Climate Variability and Change in the Canadian Columbia River Basin: Focus on Water Resources. Murdock, T., J. Fraser, and C. Pearce (Eds.). Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria: Victoria B.C. pp. 57.

2006 Bennett, K.E. Regional hydrologic controls on acid-sensitivity of lakes in boreal Canada, an isotopic perspective. Masters of Science Thesis, University of Victoria: Victoria, B.C.

2004 Paquet, P.C., Darimont, C., Nelson, J.R, & Bennett, K.E. A critical assessment of protection for key wildlife and salmon habitats under the proposed British Columbia Central Coast Land and Resource Management Plan. Raincoast Conservation Society: Victoria, B.C. pp. 23.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (in review)

Wegner, C., Bennett, K.E., de Vernal, A., Forwick, M., Fritz, M., Heikkilä, M., … Werner, K. Variability in transport of terrigenous material from the shelves to the deep Arctic Ocean throughout the Holocene. Special Issue for Arctic in Rapid Transition (ART) October 2012 Workshop, Sopot, Poland. International Journal of Polar Research.

Bennett, K.E., Cannon, A.C., & Hinzman, L. Historical Trends and Extremes in Streamflow in Regional Scale Interior and Western Alaska River Basins. Journal of Hydrology.

 

Oral and Poster Publications

Invited Talks

2013 Bennett, K.E., Cannon, A.C., & Hinzman, L. Historical changes and future projections of extreme hydro-climate events in Interior Alaskan watersheds. Paper presented at the 19th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Southcentral Alaska, USA 11-17 Aug.

2012 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L., Cherry, J.E., & Walsh, J.E. Changing Extreme Events in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Regions of Alaska: Building Science Frameworks to Support Social and Economic Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on Extreme Events. ART-APECS Workshop, Sopot, Poland. 23-26 Oct.

2011 Bennett, K.E., Cherry, J.E., & Walsh, J.E. Climate Change Impacts on Hydro Power Reservoir Systems and Fisheries. PACMAN: Cyberinfrastructure for Discovering Climate Change Impacts in Water Resources Across Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu, HI. 13-14 Jan.

2010 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., & Schnorbus, M. Assessing Hydrologic Impacts on Water Resources in B.C. Pacific Northwest Climate Science Conference, Portland State University, Portland, OR. 15-17 Jun.

2009 Bennett, K.E. Uncertainties in Hydrologic and Climate Change Impact Analyses in a Headwater Basin of the Peace River Watershed. Proceedings and Presentation. Paper presented at the 17th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Iqaluit-Pangnirtung-Kuujjuaq, Canada. 12-18 Aug.

2008 Bennett, K.E., Caya, D., Rodenhuis, D.R., & Smith, D. Monitoring and Prediction of Western Water. Improving Water Security through Integrated Observation and Prediction Networks, Canmore, AB. 8-10 Dec.

2008 Bennett, K.E., & Murdock, T.Q. Changing Precipitation Patterns in British Columbia. B.C. Water and Waste Association, Annual Conference, Whistler, B.C. 30 Apr.

2008 Bennett, K.E., Nelitz, M., Schnorbus, M., Werner, A.T., McGuire, M., Rodenhuis, D.R., & Hamlet, A. PCIC Inputs to Climate Change and Salmon in the Fraser River Basin. Future Forests Ecosystem Initiative, Cranbrook, B.C. 8 Oct.

2008 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., Murdock, T.Q., & Beck, B. Changing Precipitation Patterns in Vancouver, B.C. ACT – Extreme Events: Municipalities Adapting to Climate Change. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, B.C. 2 Jun.

2005 Bennett, K.E., & Gibson, J.J. Isotopic Estimation of Water Yields for Ungauged Catchments: Linking throughflow, runoff and residence time to landscape response units in the Boreal forest, northeastern Alberta, Canada. 12th IAHS Scientific Assembly, Fos do Iguacu, Brazil. 3-9 Apr.

Meetings and Workshops

2014 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L., Walsh, J.E., & Cannon, A.C. Extreme events in Interior Alaskan watersheds. Extreme weather and hydrology: Lessons learned from the western Canadian floods of 2013 and others., Canmore, AB. 11-12 Feb.

2013 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L, Cherry, J E, Walsh, J., Hiemstra, C., & Lindsey, S. Estimating historical and future changes in extreme hydro-climate events in Interior Alaskan watersheds. Proving Ground All Hands Telcon Meeting. 14 Jan.

2013 Cherry, J., Bennett, K.E., & Tedesche, M. Hydrology, Hydropower, and Remote Sensing in Alaska. OCONUS Proving Ground Meeting. Anchorage, AK. 17-21 Jun.

2012 Bennett, K.E., Cherry, J.E., Hinzman, L, Walsh, J.E., & Hiemstra, C. Spring Snowmelt Drivers in Interior Alaskan Watersheds. NOAA Satellite Science Week. GOES-R Proving Ground Status, Kansas City, MO. 30 Apr-4 May.

2011 Bennett, K.E. Update to the National Weather Service’s River Forecast Center, MODIS Snow Cover Fraction Integration into CHPS. River Forecast Center Meeting, Anchorage, AK. 25 Aug.

2010 Bennett, K.E., Rodenhuis, D.R., Werner, A.T., Murdock, T.Q., & Bronaugh, D. Hydro-climatology and Future Climate Impacts in British Columbia. B.C. Hydro Review of Climate Overview and Hydrology Modeling Workshop, Burnaby, B.C. 20 Apr.

2009 Bennett, K.E., Schnorbus, M., Werner, A.T., Caya, D., & Rodenhuis, D.R. Variable Infiltration Capacity Hydrologic Modeling Project - Recent accomplishments, challenges, and future directions. Hydrology Modeling in Alaska, International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. 30 Oct.

2009 Bennett, K.E., Schnorbus, M., & Werner, A.T. PCIC Hydrologic Modelling Program: 2050s Projections of Snow Water Equivalent for the Fraser River Basin, CHSH/CWRA Discussion Group Meeting. Dec 8.

Seminar Series

2012 Bennett, K.E. Characterizing Spring Snowmelt in the Boreal Forest of Interior Alaska. Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium Seminar Series, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C. 10 Oct.

2009 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., Schnorbus, M., Nienaber, P., Bronaugh, D., Rodenhuis, D.R., Berland, A.J. Uncertainties in Hydrologic and Climate Change Impact Analyses in a Headwater Basin of the Peace River Watershed. Canadian Center for Climate Modeling and Analysis (CCCma) Seminar, University of Victoria. Victoria, B.C. 12 Nov.

2009 Bennett, K.E., Schnorbus, M., Werner, A.T., Nienaber, P., & Rodenhuis, D.R. Hydrologic Modeling, Applying the Variable Infiltration Capacity Model in B.C. Watersheds. Canadian Center for Climate Modeling and Analysis (CCCma) Seminar, University of Victoria. Victoria, B.C. 15 Jan.

2008 Bennett, K.E. Hydrologic Impacts of Climate Change in B.C. Climate Impacts Group Seminar Series, University of Washington., Seattle, WA. 17 Apr.

2007 Bennett, K.E., & Murdock, T.Q. Historical trends in temperature and precipitation in B.C. Canadian Center for Climate Modeling and Analysis Seminar, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C. 18 Oct.

Sessions Organized

2010 Bennett, K.E., Music, B., Caya, D., & Rodenhuis, D. Uncertainty in climate change impacts to the water cycle (Part 1 and 2). Joint Canadian Meterological and Oceanographic Society - Canadian Geophysical Union. Session 1B03/1C04. Ottawa, ON. 31 May-4 Jun.

Conference Presentations

2013 Bennett, K.E., Cherry, J.E., Hiemstra, C., & Bolton, B. Comparison of snow melt properties across multiple spatial scales and landscape units in interior sub-Arctic boreal Alaskan watersheds. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Session C44B, San Francisco, CA. 9-13 Dec.

2013 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L., Cherry, J., Walsh, J.E., & Lindsey, S. Historical changes and future projections of extreme hydro-climate events in Interior Alaskan watersheds. Alaska Weather Symposium, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Fairbanks, AK. 13 Mar.

2013 Bennett, K.E., Lindsey, S., Hinzman, L., & Walsh, J.E. Historical changes and future projections of extreme hydro-climate events in Interior Alaskan watersheds. AWRA Alaska Section Annual Conference, Anchorage, AK. 6 Mar.

2012 Bennett, K.E., Cherry, J.E., Hinzman, L., Walsh, J.E., Hiemstra, C., & Lindsey, S. Spring Snowmelt Drivers in Interior Alaskan Watersheds. Western Snow Conference, Anchorage, AK.  21-24 May.

2012 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L., Cherry, J.E., Walsh, J.E., Hiemstra, C., & Lindsey, S. Estimating historical and future changes in extreme hydro-climate events in Interior Alaskan watersheds. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Session B31I. San Francisco, CA. 3-7 Dec.

2011 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L., Cherry, J.E., & Walsh, J.E. Understanding the impacts of changing hydro-climate extremes to hydropower resources in Southeast Alaska. AWRA Alaska Section Annual Conference, Chena Hot Springs, AK. 4-6 Apr.

2011 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L., Cherry, J.E., Walsh, J.E., Hiemstra, C., Balk, B., & Lindsey, S. Hydro-climatology of a discontinuous permafrost watershed in Interior Alaska. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Session C54A, San Francisco, CA. 5-9 Dec.

2010 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., & Schnorbus, M. Uncertainties in Hydrologic and Climate Change Impact Analyses in Headwater Basins of British Columbia. Joint Canadian Meterological and Oceanographic Society - Canadian Geophysical Union, Ottawa, ON. 31 May-4 Jun.

2010 Werner, A.T., Bennett, K.E., Schnorbus, M. Sensitivity of Projected Streamflow Changes in a Small Coastal Hybrid Watershed to Selected GCMs, Emissions Scenarios, Model Runs and Downscaling Approaches. Joint Canadian Meterological and Oceanographic Society - Canadian Geophysical Union, Ottawa, ON. 31 May-4 Jun.

2010 Braun, M., Bennett, K.E., Sushama, L., Caya, D. Uncertainties in the assessment of climate change impacts at the watershed level using Canadian RCM projections: The Peace River Basin, B.C. Joint Canadian Meterological and Oceanographic Society - Canadian Geophysical Union, Ottawa, ON. 31 May-4 Jun.

2010 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., Schnorbus, M., & Berland, A.J.R. Climate Change Impacts to Hydro Power Reservoir Systems in British Columbia, Canada: Modelling, Validation and Projection of Historic and Future Streamflow and Snowpack. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Session C13C., San Francisco, CA. 13-17 Dec.

2009 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., Salathé, E.P., Schnorbus, M., Nelitz, M., & D., Rodenhuis. Hydrologic Modeling for Climate Change Impacts Analysis of Shifts in Future Hydrologic Regimes. Joint American Geophysical Union - Canadian Geophysical Union Assembly, Toronto, ON. 24-27 May.

2009 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., Schnorbus, M., Salathé, Jr. E., & Nelitz, M. Regional Impacts of Climate Change in the Cariboo Chilcotin Region. Joint American Geophysical Union - Canadian Geophysical Union Assembly, Toronto, ON. 24-27 May.

2009 Schnorbus, M.A., Bennett K.E., Werner, A.T. Climate change, bark beetles, the dieback of the pine forest, and Fraser River stream flows. 8th University of Washington Program on Climate Change (PCC) Summer Institute, Climate Impacts on the Pacific Northwest: Present, Past, and Future, Friday Harbor Laboratories, San Juan Island, WA. 14-17 Sep.

2009 Schnorbus, M., Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T. Quantifying the peak flow impacts of mountain pine beetle and salvage harvest in the Fraser River drainage, pp. 22-23 in Mountain Pine Beetle and Water Management. Workshop Proceedings of the Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources Society (FORREX), Kelowna, B.C. 2 Jun.

2009 Schnorbus, M.A., Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T. Quantifying the hydrologic impacts of mountain pine beetle and salvage harvest in the Fraser River basin, British Columbia, Canada. Joint American Geophysical Union - Canadian Geophysical Union Assembly, Toronto, ON. 24-27 May.

2008 Bennett, K.E., Deems, J., & Hamlet, A. Developing a high resolution long term gridded climate surface for British Columbia. Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB. 12-14 May.

2008 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., & Bronaugh, D. Snow  Water Equivalent (SWE) Trends in Pacific North America. Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB. 12-14 May.

2006 K.E., Bennett, J.J., Gibson, & McEachern, P. Regional hydrologic, physical and chemical interactions of Boreal Plains lakes systems, NE Alberta, Canada. Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB. 15 May.

2005 Bennett, K.E., & Gibson, J.J. An approach to critical loadings in northern Alberta: Water balance of Boreal landscapes. Canadian Geophysical Union., Banff AB. 12 May.

Conference Posters

2014 Bennett, K.E., Understanding future projected changes and historical trends in extreme climate and streamflow events in warm boreal permafrost basins of Interior Alaska. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Session C11C, San Francisco, CA. 15-19 Dec.

2011 Schnorbus, M., Bennett, K.E., & Werner, A.T. Quantifying the Hydrological Impacts of the Mountain Pine Beetle and Salvage Harvesting on the Fraser River Basin, British Columbia, Canada. Poster Presentation. American Meteorological Society, Seattle, WA. 22-27 Jan.

2011 Werner, A.T., Bennett, K.E., Schnorbus, M., & Berland, A.J.R. Sensitivity of Projected Streamflow Changes to Future Scenarios in Three Hydrologic Regimes in B.C. Poster Presentation. American Meteorological Society, Seattle, WA. 22-27 Jan.

2009 Bennett, K.E., Werner, A.T., & Schnorbus, M. Uncertainties in Hydrologic and Climate Change Impact Analyses in Major Watersheds in British Columbia, Canada. Poster GC41B‐0772. American Geophysical Union., San Francisco, CA. 14-18 Dec.

2008 Bennett, K.E., Bronaugh, D., & Rodenhuis, D.R. Observed SWE Trends and Climate Analysis for Pacific North America. Poster C21C-0578. American Geophysical Union., San Francisco, CA. 15-19 Dec.

Campus Talks

2014 Bennett, K.E. The impact of climate change on extreme hydro-climate events in Interior Alaska. University of Alaska Fairbanks Regents Visit to the International Arctic Research Center, Fairbanks, AK. 17 Jan.

2014 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L, Walsh, J., & Cannon, A.C. Historical changes in extreme streamflow in Interior Alaskan River Basins. Water and Environmental Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. 5 Apr.

2013 Bennett, K.E. The impact of climate change on extreme hydro-climate events in Interior Alaskan watersheds. Poster Presentation. Alaska Climate Science Center Young Scientists Gathering, Fairbanks, AK. 1 Nov.

2011 Bennett, K.E. Influence of Climate Change on Regional Hydrologic Trends and Extremes in the Arctic. USGS Alaska Climate Science Center, Fairbanks, AK. 10 Sep.

2011 Bennett, K.E., Hinzman, L, Cherry, J E, Hiemstra, C., & Walsh, J.E. Impacts of changing hydro-climate extremes in Interior Alaska. Review of the Cooperative Institute for Alaska Research (CIFAR), Fairbanks, AK. 27-28 Jul.