INTERACT Research and Monitoring Report 2020, D3.13. 2nd edition.
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Arndal, Marie Frost
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This report is a guide for research stations and scientists working in the Arctic or boreal and alpine regions of the northern hemisphere. It provides an overview of the variety of networks and organisations that INTERACT stations (or associated scientists) contribute to alongside information about what scientific disciplines are studied and which variable groups are monitored at the individual stations. The report ends with a chapter presenting INTERACT tools for scientists to identify one or more research stations that suit their specific needs and guide scientists on how to access INTERACT stations and their data. The Arctic is still an understudied part of the world, and restricted access or lack of infrastructure makes arctic research more complicated than elsewhere. The first scientific activities in the Arctic were conducted using mobile platforms like ships, dog sledges and more rarely air balloons, and later on aircrafts and vehicles brought scientists deeper into the Arctic......
PublisherUniversity of Copenhagen for INTERACT Project
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Spatial CoverageArctic Region
CitationTopp-Jørgensen, T., Arndal, M.F., Savela, H. and Rasch, M. (2020) INTERACT Research and Monitoring Report 2020, D3.13. 2nd edition. University of Copenhagen for INTERACT Project, 85pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1764
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