Lawson Brigham

Retired Captain, US Coast Guard

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Retired ice-breaking captain in the US Coast Guard; former head of the Arctic Council’s Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment (2005-2009); Professor of Geography and Arctic Policy at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks

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