Larry Hinzman is director of the International Arctic Research Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, previously having been a professor of water resources. He is a specialist in environmental engineering, environmental quality science, hydrology, and ice dynamics, with a particular interest in surface and subsurface flow and permafrost hydrology. He has worked around interior Alaska on a variety of water and ice related projects, as well as on the Hula Hula River in northern Alaska. Larry shared his scientific knowledge at the 2004 Dangerous Ice Workshop. He also participated in 2009 in the Stakeholders and Climate Change Project Jukebox.