CAPARDUS Deliverable 1.2 Report on Arctic standards, protocols and framework model ,Version 1.0.
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Standards can act as common language and practices among stakeholders when aiming to share and use observing systems, data, ensure safety, and many other activities in the Arctic. Equipment manufacturers, observing programs, data producers, citizens, and governments all benefit from the creation of open standards. It is vital that the standards development process ensures that all interested parties work together in the context of openness and transparency. In particular as data becomes the world’s most valuable resource, it becomes ever more important that the digital ecosystem for data be designed and managed in a way that ensures sufficient user access, transparency, accountability, and quality assurance. This report presents a review of a subset of Arctic domains that could benefit from some level of standardization. Standards are typically technical documents, while standardization is a human process that takes place in an ecosystem of interrelated and interdependent human actors.....
PublisherNansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Spatial CoverageArctic Region
CitationPulsifer, P., Stallemo, A. and Hamre, T. (2023) CAPARDUS Deliverable 1.2 Report on Arctic standards, protocols and framework model, Version 1.0. Bergen. Norway, Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, 66pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1946
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