United States
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research

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Please use this form to have your name added to the US Antarctic Scientists Directory. The intent of the Directory is to have a list of scientists who work in the US Antarctic Program (USAP). Currently the only list readily available is through the NSF Awards Database, and this listing is only of NSF principal investigators. There are many more scientists (e.g., students, post-docs, staff scientists, etc.), including those funded by other agencies, who are involved in USAP. The US Antarctic Scientists Directory compiled by US-SCAR will serve as a resource for new Antarctic proposers, will provide a means for people currently involved in USAP activities to find potential collaborators, will allow the general public to learn more about USAP activities and accomplishments, and provide a number of other benefits to the US Antarctic community.

To see how the US Antarctic Scientists Directory works, take a look at the main Directory page and the Directory map.

If you have questions about the use and intent of the Directory, contact Deneb Karentz, US Delegate to SCAR. If at any time you need to make a correction to your listing or you would like to be deleted from the Directory, please use this form to request changes to your entry in the US Antarctic Scientists Directory.

(e.g., name of university, government agency, company, etc.)

Please enter the 5-digit version of your zip code, not the 9-digit version (e.g., 12345 not 12345-6789).

Include a brief description (150 words maximum) of your research interests.
Example: Geraldine Smithson is a evolutionary biologist with expertise in the ecology and physiology of polar unicorns (Unicornis antarcticus). Her work involves field studies and genomic analyses to investigate the geographic distribution of unicorns in Antarctica, their population dynamics and their thermal physiology. This research addresses key questions related to the impact of environmental change on Antarctic unicorns and the evolutionary history of this keystone species.
Antarctic Research Location(s)
List a maximum of five keywords/phrases for your research. Separate each keyword/phrase with a comma. (Example of Research Keywords entered)
Indicate the NSF Antarctic program your work is most closely affiliated with.
Other NSF Antarctic Programs
Indicate the SCAR Science Group your work is most closely aligned with.
(Geosciences, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Humanities and Social Sciences, Antarctic Geographic Information)
Please list any SCAR groups that you are currently participating with (e.g., standing committees, expert groups, action groups, etc.) and indicate any leadership roles you have (e.g., officer, national representative, etc.).

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