INTAROS at ASSW 2021

 

Arctic Science Summit Week 2021 has moved online. 

 

INTAROS will have two special session during the conference, both under THEME: H) Observing the Arctic:


SESSION: ID:60 - Integrating Arctic observing systems – results from the H2020 INTAROS project.

 

and 

 

SESSION: ID 85 - Use and Usability of Data and Information within Arctic Community-Driven Research.

 


SESSION: ID:60 - Integrating Arctic observing systems – results from the H2020 INTAROS project.

Conveners: Stein Sandven (Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center), Alexandra Touzeau (University of Bergen) and Roberta Pirazzini (Finnish Meteorological Institute)

The session will comprise 6 oral presentations and 5 poster presentations:

 

Oral Presentations:

  1. Communities and environmental monitoring. Danielsen et al.
  2. Demonstrating applications of an Integrated Arctic Observing System towards selected, diverse stakeholder groups. Ottersen et al.
  3. Enhancement of in situ observing systems in the Arctic. Beszczynska-Möller et al.
  4. Exploitation of existing observing systems. Pirazzini et al.
  5. Monitoring of an Arctic underwater soundscape (Kongsfjorden, Svalbard) and impact of shipping noise (INTAROS Project). Richard et al.
  6. Acoustic networks - in an Integrated Arctic Ocean Observing System . Sagen et al.

 

Poster Presentations:

  1. Arctic in situ observations in support of the Marine and Maritime Industry – an INTAROS H2020 EU project approach. Buch and Fernandez.
  2. INTAROS Educational packages on terrestrial and marine monitoring to enhance literacy of Arctic Observations and interest in scientific careers among secondary schools' students. Goździk.
  3. Data management in an integrated Arctic Observing System. Hamre et al.
  4. Building integrated Arctic observing systems from in situ platforms. Sandven et al.
  5. Actions towards maximizing dissemination and communication for an Integrated Arctic Observing System (INTAROS). Higgins et al.

 

SESSION: ID 85 - Use and Usability of Data and Information within Arctic Community-Driven Research.

Conveners: Noor Johnson (University of Colorado Boulder), Finn Danielsen (Nordic Foundation for Development and Ecology), Roberta Glenn (University of Alaska Fairbanks) and Lisbeth Iversen (Nansen Environment and Remote Sensing Centre)

The session will comprise 5 oral presentations and 1 poster presentation:

 

Oral Presentations:

  1. A usability framework for community data management: supporting knowledge mobilization through the exchange for local observations and knowledge from the Arctic (ELOKA). Druckenmiller and Johnson.

  2. Bridging Inuit knowledge and academic research to study a shifting marine ecosystem and Arctic char fisheries in the Canadian High Arctic. Falardeau.

  3. Linking top down and bottom up initiatives and knowledge: Community-based monitoring and co-creation approached for sustainable urban development in the Arctic. Iversen.

  4. The coproduction of Unmanned Aircraft System solutions in support of US Arctic sustainability and stewardship. Garron et al.

  5. Tracking changes in the coastal ecosystem of the Alaskan Arctic through a collaborative network of observers in coastal indigenous communities. Glenn et al.

     

Poster Presentations:

  1. Connecting top-down and bottom-up approaches in environmental observing: Lessons learned for the Arctic and a review of programs across the globe. Eicken et al.

 

 

22 February 2021

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