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    • Rights, Resilience, and Community-Led Relocation: Perspectives from Fifteen Alaska Native Communities. 

      Bronen, Robin; Pollock, Denise (Alaska Institute for Justice, Anchorage, AK, 2017)
      The Alaska Institute for Justice (AIJ) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the human rights of Alaskans. AIJ’s goal is to work with Alaska Native communities and Tribal, State and Federal government ...
    • Final Report of the Inuit Bowhead Knowledge Study, Nunavut, Canada. 

      Hay, Keith; Aglukark, David; Igutsaq, David; Ikkidluak, Joannie; Mike, Meeka (Nunavut Wildlife Management Board, Nunavut, Canada, 2000)
      As mandated by the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement of 1993, Inuit knowledge of bowhead whales in Nunavut, Canada was collected by means of 257 individual interviews with 252 Inuit hunters and elders in 18 ...
    • Research Processes and Indigenous Communities in Western Alaska: Workshop Report. 

      Raymond-Yakoubian, Brenden; Raymond-Yakoubian, Julie (Sandhill.Culture Craft and Kawerak, Inc., Social Sciences Program, Nome, AK, 2017)
      In August of 2016, Kawerak Incorporated and Sandhill.Culture.Craft partnered to hold a workshop in Nome, Alaska. The workshop was part of a larger project for this partnership which is looking at research processes ...
    • National Inuit Strategy on Research. 

      Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami,, Ottawa, Ontario, 2018)
      Strong public policies, informed by the best available evidence, can support optimal outcomes for Inuit that in turn benefit all Canadians. However, colonial approaches to research endure in Canada that prevent Inuit ...
    • The right to food security in a changing Arctic: the Nunavut Food Security Coalition and the Feeding My Family campaign. 

      Papatsie, Lessee; Ellsworth, Leanna; Meakin, Stephanie; Kurvits, Tiina (Irish Aid, Mary Robinson Foundation: Climate Justice CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) and World Food Programme., 2013)
      In Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic, Inuit are mobilising themselves and their government to address rising food prices and food insecurity; focusing on the right to a traditional way of life and the challenges brought by ...
    • Incorporating Inuit Societal Values. 

      Goverment of Nunavut (Government of Nunavut, Nunavut, 2013)
      This report is a compilation of the Government of Nunavut’s activities that reflect Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) and Inuit Societal Values (ISV). The first section of the report identifies legislation with references to ...
    • Northern Communities Strategic Document Synthesis Narrative. 

      Stalla, Sorina (IARPC Collaborations, 2020)
      The Northern Communities Strategic Document Synthesis (Communities Synthesis) is a synthesis of research priorities and needs identified in public facing, community generated strategic documents. ...
    • AMAP Litter and Microplastics Monitoring Guidelines. Version 1.0. 

      Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) (Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme, Tromsø, Norway, 2021)
      Purpose of the guidelines The purpose of the guidelines is to review existing knowledge and provide guidance for designing an Arctic monitoring program that will track litter and MP. The topics of litter, plastic pollution, ...
    • Recommended best practices for plastic and litter ingestion studies in marine birds: Collection, processing, and reporting. 

      Provencher, Jennifer F.; Borrelle, Stephanie B.; Bond, Alexander L.; Lavers, Jennifer L.; van Franeker, Jan A.; Kühn, Susanne; Hammer, Sjúrður; Avery-Gomm, Stephanie; Mallory, Mark L. (2019)
      Marine plastic pollution is an environmental contaminant of significant concern. There is a lack of consistency in sample collection and processing that continues to impede meta-analyses and largescale comparisons across ...
    • Nutrient Analysis in Arctic Waters Using a Portable Sensing Platform. 

      McCaul, M.; Magni, P.; Jordan, S.F.; McNamara, E.; Satta, A.; Diamond, D .; Ribotti, A. (2021)
      A portable sensing platform for the detection of nutrients (PO4 3−, NO2 −, NO3 −) in natural waters has been realized through the use of rapid prototyping techniques, colorimetric chemistries, electronics, and LED-based ...
    • Arctic Marine Data Collection Using Oceanic Gliders: Providing Ecological Context to Cetacean Vocalizations. 

      Aniceto, Ana Sofia; Pedersen, Geir; Primicerio, Raul; Biuw, Martin; Lindstrøm, Ulf; Camus, Lionel Camus (2020)
      To achieve effective management and understanding of risks associated with increasing anthropogenic pressures in the ocean, it is essential to successfully and efficiently collect data with high spatio–temporal resolution ...
    • Arctic Research Plan FY2017-2021. 

      Inter-Agency Arctic Research Policy Committee (Office of Science and Technology, Washington D.C.., 2016)
      The United States is an Arctic nation—Americans depend on the Arctic for biodiversity and climate regulation and for natural resources. America’s Arctic—Alaska—is at the forefront of rapid climate, environmental, and ...
    • Project and Community Management in Polar Sciences – Challenges and Opportunities. 

      Werner, Kirstin; Zaika, Yulia; Pavlov, Alexey K.; Lidström, Sven; Pope, Allen; Badhe, Renuka; Brückner, Marlen; Cristini, Luisa (2019)
      Because geoscientific research often occurs via community-instigated bursts of activity with multi-investigator collaborations variously labelled as e.g., years (The International Polar Year IPY), experiments (World Ocean ...
    • Comparison of Two 16S rRNA Primers (V3–V4 and V4–V5) for Studies of Arctic Microbial. 

      Fadeev, Eduard; Cardozo-Mino, Magda G.; Rapp, Josephine Z.; Bienhold, Christina; Salter, Ian; Salman-Carvalho, Verena; Molari, Massimiliano; Tegetmeyer, Halina E.; Buttigieg, Pier Luigi; Boetius, Antje (2021)
      Microbial communities of the Arctic Ocean are poorly characterized in comparison to other aquatic environments as to their horizontal, vertical, and temporal turnover. Yet, recent studies showed that the Arctic marine ...
    • Best Practices in Crafting the Calibrated, Enhanced-Resolution Passive-Microwave EASE-Grid 2.0 Brightness Temperature Earth System Data Record. 

      Brodzik, Mary J.; Long, David. G.; Hardman, Molly A. (2018)
      Since the late 1970s, satellite passive-microwave brightness temperatures have been a mainstay in remote sensing of the cryosphere. Polar snow and ice-covered ocean and land surfaces are especially sensitive to climate ...
    • Moving a Conference from Iceland to Zoom: Best Practices and Lessons Learned from Arctic Science Summit Week 2020. 

      International Arctic Science Committee (International Arctic Science, Akureyri, Iceland, 2020)
      Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) is an annual gathering of Arctic researchers and research organizations, convened by the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC). ASSW provides a venue for coordination, cooperation, ...
    • Negotiating Research Relationships with Inuit Communities: a Guide for Researchers. 

      Nickels, Scot; Shirley, Jamal; Laidler, Gita; Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami; Nunavut Research Institute (Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and Nunavut Research Institute, Ottawa and Iqualuit, 2007)
      Northern researchers are ever-aware of the growing expectations on them to ensure that northern communities are involved in, and benefit from, research. But what are researchers really being asked to do? How can community ...
    • The Sea Ice Never Stops: Circumpolar Inuit Reflections on Sea Ice Use and Shipping in Inuit Nunaat. 

      Inuit Circumpolar Council (Inuit Circumpolar Council, Anchorage, AK, 2014)
      This report from the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) contributes to the ongoing work of the Sustainable Development Working Group and the Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment working groups of the Arctic Council. ...
    • Copernicus Marine Service for the Arctic Region: Use case book.Version 2.0. 

      Copernicus Marine Service (CMEMS) (Copernicus Marine Service (CMEMS), 2020)
      Inventory of marine applications developed for the Arctic sea region with the help of Copernicus Marine Service products.
    • Exploring the Pacific Arctic Seasonal Ice Zone With Saildrone USVs. 

      Chiodi, Andrew M.; Zhang, Chidong; Cokelet, Edward D.; Yang, Qiong; Mordy, Calvin W.; Gentemann, Chelle L.; Cross, Jessica N.; Lawrence-Slavas, Noah; Meinig, Christian; Steele, Michael; Harrison, Don E.; Stabeno, Phyllis J.; Tabisola, Heather M.; Zhang, Dongxiao; Burger, Eugene F.; O’Brien, Kevin M.; Wang, Muyin (2021)
      More high-quality, in situ observations of essential marine variables are needed over the seasonal ice zone to better understand Arctic (or Antarctic) weather, climate, and ecosystems. To better assess the potential for ...