Shared Arctic Variable Framework Links Local to Global Observing System Priorities and Requirements.
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The geographic settings and interests of diverse groups of rights- and stakeholders figure prominently in the need for internationally coordinated Arctic observing systems. Global and regional observing systems exist to coordinate observations across sectors and national boundaries, leveraging limited resources into widely available observational data and information products. Observing system design and coordination approaches developed for more focused networks at mid- and low latitudes are not necessarily directly applicable in more complex Arctic settings. Requirements for the latter are more demanding because of a greater need for cross-disciplinary and cross-sectoral prioritization and refinement from the local to the pan-Arctic scale, in order to maximize the use of resources in challenging environmental settings. Consideration of Arctic Indigenous Peoples’s observing priorities and needs has emerged as a core tenet of governance and coordination frameworks. We evaluate several .....
Issue5 (Suppl. 1)
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Spatial CoverageArctic Region
CitationBradley, A., Eicken, H., Lee, O., Gebruk, A. and Pirazzini , R. (2021) Shared Arctic Variable Framework Links Local to Global Observing System Priorities and Requirements. Arctic, 74: 5(Suppl. 1), pp. 69-86. DOI: https://doi.org/10.14430/arctic76429
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