PolarTREC is administered by the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS) which is based in Fairbanks, Alaska.
For general PolarTREC inquiries please email info [at] polartrec.com or call ARCUS at 1-907-474-1600.
Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS)
3535 College Road, Suite 101
Fairbanks, AK 99709-3710
Janet Warburton, PolarTREC Principal Investigator | warburton [at] arcus.org
Janet Warburton joined ARCUS in October 2000. Her primary focus as Project Manager is education related projects and she is the Principal Investigator of PolarTREC. Janet and her husband Brad have a son, Landon and daughter, Kalena. Any spare time that Janet has is devoted to sleeping, playing with the kids, or playing in the great outdoors!
Ronnie Owens, Web Developer | ronnie [at] arcus.org
Ronnie joined the ARCUS team in July of 2004 as a web developer. His interests in the field of computing are manifold. Though he does spend an inordinate amount of time in front of a glowing screen, there are other areas that pique his interest. Of note are a recent stint test driving prototype vehicles for Volkswaggen/Audi, as well as learning the fine art of the pastry chef from an experienced master. Ronnie goes on record as saying that, while indeed exciting, his past vocations pale in comparison to the thrill and satisfaction of learning fantastic new computer skills with which to tackle the challenges presented here at ARCUS.
Zeb Polly, Systems Administrator | zeb [at] arcus.org
Zeb joined ARCUS in October of 2000 as the systems administrator. Zeb has lived in the Fairbanks area his whole life and has been working with computers since he was 5 years old. He used to co-host a Goldie Award Winning television program called the "Matinee With Matt & Zeb", but these days he entertains himself with curing various computer ailments and expanding ARCUS' technological capability. When not working, he spends his time playing on computers and attempting to make abstract electronic music. When he grows up he would like to be a robot or possibly a cyborg, but since he already does a great imitation, we suspect he has already grown up.