2012 Greenland Posters

Research Posters from University of Kansas NSF C-CHANGE IGERT seminar on Climate Change in Greenland and the Arctic

“Climate Change and Infectious Disease Risk: Tick Borne Encephalitis in the Arctic” by Lindsay Campell, C-CHANGE Trainee, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas

“Populations Big and Small: Arctic Fox Ecology and Conservation Policy in Greenland and Norway” by Jacob M. Carter, C-CHANGE Trainee, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas

"Climate Change and Human Impacts of Renewable Energy and Mining Development in Arctic Regions" by Marie-Odile Fortier, C-CHANGE Trainee, Engineering, University of Kansas

“Estimating Migration Resistance: a Case Study of Greenlandic Arctic Terns” by Chris Hensz, C-CHANGE Trainee, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas

“Climate Change and Arctic River Discharge Trends: Challenges of Time and Space” by Tony Layzell, C-CHANGE Trainee, Geography, University of Kansas

“Going...Going...Gone? The History of an Ice-Free Arctic Ocean” by Brandon Luedtke, C-CHANGE Trainee, Environmental History, University of Kansas

“Genetic Diversity of Plants and Animals in a Changing Arctic” by Joseph Manthey, C-CHANGE Trainee, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas

“Ocean Acidification in the Arctic: Potential Impacts to Greenland” by Michelle Mary, C-CHANGE Trainee, Geology, University of Kansas

“Arctic Urbanization: The Urban Heat Island Effect at Nuuk, Greenland” by Tony G. Reames, C-CHANGE Trainee, School of Public Affairs & Administration, University of Kansas

"Agriculture at its Northern Limits: The Case of Greenland" by Brian Rumsey, C-CHANGE Trainee, Environmental History, University of Kansas

“Mission Climate Change: Indigenous Military and Climate Change in the Arctic” by Paula Smith, C-CHANGE Trainee, Geography, University of Kansas

“Ich in Warming Waters: The Impact of Climate Change on a Fish Disease in the Arctic” by Victoria Walsey, C-CHANGE Trainee, Geography, University of Kansas

“Threatened Arctic Lakes: Pressures from Climate Change and Resource Development” by Ashley Zung, C-CHANGE Trainee, Geography, University of Kansas, and Lindsey Witthaus, C-CHANGE Trainee, Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Kansas