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AOS 2018

AOS 2018: The Business Case for a Pan-Arctic Observing System

Dates: June 24 – 262018
Location: Davos, Switzerland
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Davos, an alpine ski resort town in the Swiss Alps. Photo by Damian Markutt on Unsplash.

Conference Statement

The conference statement summarizes the main conclusions and calls to action from the summit.
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Summit Information

themes
working groups
executive committee

Themes

At the 2016 Summit, over 450 delegates, from 30 countries, representing a broad spectrum of the scientific community, Indigenous peoples from Alaska, Northern Canada, Greenland, Arctic Scandinavia and Arctic Russia, representatives of the private sector, governmental agencies, non-governmental and non-profit organizations, and Arctic Council observers, Permanent Participants, and working group representatives came together to discuss and develop recommendations and a pathway toward the implementation of an internationally supported, pan-Arctic observing system that is considerate of and responsive to both local and global needs. Among these was the recommendation that the international Arctic Community:

Propose to the highest levels of government, "the business case for a comprehensive pan-Arctic observing system." (AOS Conference Statement 2016)

This recommendation also elaborated that: "This proposal should assess the costs and demonstrate the benefits for society at various levels, including an Implementation Plan that builds upon the present system and past planning, and that identifies needed resources including infrastructure, instrumentation, human capacity, the pathways to financing, and a strategy for sustained financing".

It is this recommendation, challenging the international Arctic community to present a “business case” for a comprehensive pan-Arctic observing system that is the focus of AOS 2018. Such an effort would evaluate societal benefits and costs, lay out financing options, and place investments in observing activities and infrastructure in a broader context.

The AOS 2018 will focus on pressing issues in the implementation and support of sustained observations that can be addressed through a business-case lens. To that end, short submissions are requested that address any and all aspects of the overarching theme and sub-themes. These statements provide a mechanism by which Arctic community members can shape the 2018 Summit and its outcomes and guide the focus of future Summits. Statements on other issues relevant to the design, implementation and support of long-term Arctic observing are also welcome.

Conference sub-themes to support the overarching theme, The Business Case for a pan-Arctic Observing System:

  • Sub-Theme 1: The Need for the Observing System
  • Sub-Theme 2: Implementing and Optimizing a Pan-Arctic Observing System
  • Sub-Theme 3: Leveraging Observing Systems and Networks

Working Groups

The following working groups have been developed based on the themes of AOS 2018. The AOS Executive Organizing Committee is working with experts from diverse sectors to develop these themes so that important advancements, gaps, and opportunities can be discussed at AOS.

Working Group 1: Societal Benefits over the short, medium and long-term perspectives

Description
Strategies and examples for observations guided by assessment, prioritization frameworks that link to Societal Benefit Areas, Value-Tree Analysis or UN Sustainable Development goals will be addressed. Group discussions will also focus on strategies and examples for observations that are driven by local information needs, responses and local adaptations to rapid Arctic change, operational needs, resource co-management, emergency preparedness and response. WG1 is based on Sub-Theme 1: The Need for the Observing System.

Co-chairs
Dr. Andrea Tilche (European Commission); Dr. Eva Kruemmel (Inuit Circumpolar Council, Canada).

Rapporteurs
Dr. Matthew Ayre (University of Calgary); Ms. Shabnam Choudhary (Goa University).

Thematic Working Group members
Dr. Srdan Dobricic (European Commission, Joint Research Centre); Mr. Mikko Strahlendorff (Finnish Meteorological Institute).

Working Group 2: Implementation, including system design and optimization of existing platforms

Description
The success of a pan-Arctic Observing System relies on a robust implementation strategy, from the overall design to use of innovative technology at appropriate spatial and temporal resolution, and successful transition to system operations. Working Group 2 will focus on key aspects of implementation, including system design, optimization of existing platforms, and adaptation of new technologies. How to ensure the necessary efficiency, reach and impact of sustained Arctic observations will strongly factor into the Working Group's deliberations. WG2 is based on Sub-Theme 2: Implementing and Optimizing a Pan-Arctic Observing System.

Co-chairs
Dr. Peter Pulsifer (National Snow and Ice Data Center); Dr. Oystein Godoy (Norwegian Meteorological Institute).

Rapporteurs
Dr. Anja Rosel (Norwegian Polar Institute); Ms. Shannon Christoffersen (University of Calgary).

Thematic Working Group members
Dr. Paul Berkman (Tufts University); Dr. Maribeth Murray (University of Calgary); Dr. Roberta Pirazzini (Finnish Metorological Institute); Ms. Sarah Marie Strand (The University Centre in Svalbard); Mr. Mikko Strahlendorff (Finnish Meteorological Institute); Dr. Taneil Uttal (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).

Working Group 3: Sustained support and funding models/strategies

Description
We invite discussion at AOS 2018 on sustained support and funding models/strategies that will enable the development of an integrated plan for Arctic observation. Examples and strategies for public-private partnerships, international funding models, entrepreneurship, or in-kind support will be explored in detail. WG3 is based on Sub-Theme 2: Implementing and Optimizing a Pan-Arctic Observing System.

Co-chairs
Dr. Peter Schlosser (Arizona State University); Dr. Volker Rachold (Alfred Wegener Institute).

Rapporteurs
Dr. Nikita Bochkarev (Russian Academy of Sciences); Dr. Laura Thomson (Simon Fraser University).

Thematic Working Group member
Dr. Thorsteinn Gunnarsson (The Icelandic Centre for Research/Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks).

Working Group 4: Data management

Description
Participants of this group will focus on the role of data management in observing system implementation. WG4 is based on Sub-Theme 2: Implementing and Optimizing a Pan-Arctic Observing System.

Co-chairs
Dr. Peter Pulsifer (National Snow and Ice Data Center); Dr. Oystein Godoy (Norwegian Meteorological Institute).

Rapporteurs
Dr. Anja Rosel (Norwegian Polar Institute); Ms. Shannon Christoffersen (University of Calgary).

Thematic Working Group members
Dr. Paul Berkman (Tufts University); Dr. Maribeth Murray (University of Calgary); Dr. Roberta Pirazzini (Finnish Metorological Institute); Ms. Sarah Marie Strand (The University Centre in Svalbard); Mr. Mikko Strahlendorff (Finnish Meteorological Institute); Dr. Taneil Uttal (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).

Working Group 5: Uses of data and information derived from observing systems

Description
Working Group 5 will focus their discussions on the uses of data and information derived from observing systems, in particular as relevant to demonstrating a business case for pan-Arctic sustained observing, such as community-based monitoring, or community-based enterprises. Examples that illustrate value derived from public domain data through generation of products addressing societal or business needs are particularly relevant. WG5 is based on Sub-Theme 3: Leveraging Observing Systems and Networks.

Co-chairs
Dr. Barbara Ryan (Group on Earth Observations); Mr. Jan Rene Larsen (Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme, AMAP/Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks (SAON).

Rapporteurs
Dr. Shridhar Jawak (National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, India); Ms. Neelu Singh (National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, India).

Thematic Working Group members
Dr. Andrew Brierley (University of St. Andrews); Dr. Finn Danielsen (Nordic Agency for Development and Ecology); Dr. Yoo Kyung Lee (Korea Polar Research Institute); Dr. Lisa Loseto (Fisheries and Oceans, Canada); Dr. Stein Sandven (INTAROS); Dr. Mike Sparrow (World Climate Research Programme); Ms. Jannie Staffansson (Saami Council).

Working Group 6: Success stories

Description
The success stories of technologies in support of public and private interests that help empower Arctic communities to respond effectively to rapid Arctic change will be expanded on in WG6. WG6 is based on Sub-Theme 3: Leveraging Observing Systems and Networks.

Co-chairs
Dr. Larry Hinzman (University of Alaska, Fairbanks); Dr. Trevor Bell (Memorial University of Newfoundland).

Rapporteurs
Dr. Esther Frei (University of Zurich); Dr. Ravi Sankar (University of Calgary).

Thematic Working Group members
Dr. Maribeth Murray (Arctic Institute of North America, University of Calgary); Dr. Bill Turrell (Scottish Government); Michael Brubaker (Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium); Ms. Jennifer Parrott (Inuvialuit Regional Corporation); Ms. Jessica Rhode (Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee); Ms. Sarah Kalhok Bourque (Government of Canada).

Executive Committee

Co-Chairs:

  • Peter Schlosser, Arizona State University, USA
  • Larry Hinzman, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
  • Koni Steffen, Swiss Federal Research Institute, Switzerland

Committee:

  • Hajo Eicken, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
  • Eva Kruemmel, Inuit Circumpolar Council, Canada
  • Jan Rene Larsen, Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program/SAON Secretariat, Norway
  • Maribeth Murray, University of Calgary, Canada
  • Allen Pope, International Arctic Science Committee, Iceland
  • Volker Rachold, German Arctic Office, Alfred Wegner Institute, Germany
  • Barbara Ryan, Group on Earth Observations (GEO), Switzerland
  • Mike Sparrow, World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), Switzerland
  • Andrea Tilche, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, European Commission

Summit Products

final report
Short statements
poster abstracts
Media

Short Statements

Author(s) Title Contact Sub-Theme / Working Group Download
Brady, M.B. A Collaborative, Community-Based Arctic Observing Network to address Coastal Exposure to Climate Risks in Alaska's North Slope Email 1 / 1 PDF
Dobricic, S., Monforti-Ferrario, F., Pozzoli, L., Vignati, E., Wilson, J., Gambardella, A., Tilche, A. Impact Assessment on a Long-Term Investment on Arctic Observations (IMOBAR) Email 1 / 1 PDF
Eegeesiak, O., Aariak, E., Kleist, K.S. People of the Ice-Bridge: Inuit Led Monitoring of the Pikialasorsuaq Email 1 / 1 PDF
Johnson, N., Danielsen, F., Fidel, M., Pulsifer, P., Iversen, L., Eicken, H., Lee, O., Hauser, D., Poulsen, M.K., Strawhacker, C., Bell, T., Loseto, L., Druckenmiller, M., Cunsolo, A., Gillis, D., Shiwak, I., Nickels, S., Divine, L., Chapin, S. Community-Based Monitoring Infrastructures for Pan-Arctic Observing: Policy-Regulatory, Technological, Social, and Economic Dimensions Email 1 / 1 PDF
Kharlampieva, N.K. The Basin Concept in Arrangement of Conditions of Science-Based Life of Russian Arctic Indigenous People Email 1 / 1 PDF
Skold, P., Baer, K.C., Scheepstra, A., Latola, K., Biebow, N. The SDGs and the Arctic: The Need for Polar Indicators Email 1 / 1 PDF
Vlasova, T., Petrov, A., Larsen, J.V., Volkov, S., Khropov, A., Kaplin, N. Monitoring Arctic Sustainability: Reinvigorating International Efforts to Develop Arctic Sustainability Indicators Email 1 / 1 PDF
Blondel, P., Sagen, H. Monitoring the Arctic Acoustic Environments Email 2 / 2 PDF
Bradley, A., Obbard, R. Coastal Sea Ice: A Case Study in Observing System Analysis Email 2 / 2 PDF
Buch, E., Sandven, S., Haapala, J. The Arctic Observing Summit is invited to endorse and promote the idea to establish a Regional alliance for the Arctic Ocean - an Arctic GOOS under the UNESCO/IOC led Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) with the goal to ensure a sustained fit-for purpose ocean observing system in the Arctic Ocean Email 2 / 2 PDF
Kelly, B.P., Eicken, H., Lee, C., Kling, G., Rigor, I., Starkweather, S. Arctic Futures 2050; Advancing Arctic Observing in an Open Science/Policy Meeting Email 2 / 2 PDF
McCammon, M., Janzen, C., Danielson, S., Weingartner, T., Winsor, P., Statscewich, H., Mahoney, A., Page, E., Heim, R. Marine and Coastal Safety and Security Infrastructure for the New Arctic Marine Highway Email 2 / 2 PDF
McLennan, D., Wagner, J. The Canadian Arctic Monitoring and Prediction System (CAMPS) - A Coordinated Knowledge Network to Understand and Anticipate Change in Canada's Northern Ecosystems Email 2 / 2 PDF
Nassar, R., McLinden C., Garand, L., McElroy, T., Sioris, C., Adamovic, M., Adams, C., Boisvenue, C., Drolet, G., Grandmont, F., Johnson, M., Jones, D.B.A., Kolonjari, F., Lantagne, S.M., Martin, R.V., Mendonca, J., Miller, C.E., Moreau, L., O'Neill, N., Polavarapu, S., Rochon, Y., Simpson, W.R., Strong, K., Tamminen, J., Trishchenko, A., Walker, K.A., Wunch, D. The Atmospheric Imaging Mission for Northern Regions: AIM-North Email 2 / 2 PDF
Sagen, H., Sandven, S., Dzieciuch, M., Worcester, P. Evolution of Multipurpose Acoustic Observatories in the Arctic Email 2 / 2 PDF
Sandven, S., Sagen, H., Buch, E., Pirazzini, R., Gustavson, D., Beszczynska-Moller, A., Voss, P., Danielsen, F., Iversen, L., Goncalves, P., Hamre, T., Ottersen, G., Sejr, M., Zona, D., Dwyer, N. The In-Situ Component of Arctic Observing Systems - Opportunities and Challenges in Implementation of Platforms and Sensors Email 2 / 2 PDF
Starkweather, S., Farrell, S., Helfrich, S., Intrieri, J. The Case for a Framework - Optimizing Observing Data Systems for Sea Ice Forecasting and Monitoring under the Arctic Observing Network Email 2 / 2 PDF
Toole, J.M., Krishfield, R.A., O'Brien, J.K., Cole, S.T., Laney, S.R., Thwaites, F.T., Timmermans, M.-L., DeGrandpre, M.D. Autonomous Observation of the Arctic Ocean below Sea Ice Email 2 / 2 PDF
Brady, M.B. The Need for Collaborative, Stakeholder-Based Arctic Observing Networks Email 2 / 3 PDF
Camps, A. Vision and Mission of "IEEE" in the North and South Poles Email 2 / 3 PDF
Christensen, T., Longan, S., McLennan, D., Jones, T., Keatley, B., Bengtson, J., Goedkoop, W., Culp, J., Heiomarsson, S., Aronsson, M., Price, C., Larusson, K.F., Barry, T. Facilitating More Rapid Detection, Communication, and Response to the Significant Biodiversity-Related Trends and Pressures Affecting the Circumpolar World Email 2 / 3 PDF
Gallo, J. and Sylak-Glassman, E. Toward a Pan-Arctic Observing System: Analysis of Current Observational Gaps and Issues Email 2 / 3 PDF
Lee, O.A. Scenarios of Strategic Investments in Coordinated Observing of Pacific Walrus Sea Ice Habitat Email 2 / 3 PDF
Seeyave, S., Wiltshire, K., Owens, N. Statement from the Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO) on the need for and Challenges facing Sustained Arctic Observations and their International Coordinations Email 2 / 3 PDF
Pirazzini, R., Gustafsson, D., Tjernstrom, M., Ahlstrom, A., Schewe, I., Thorne, P., Sagen, H., Sandven, S. Assessment and Exploitation of the Existing Arctic Observing Systems under the INTAROS project Email 2 / 4 PDF
Qiu, Y. et al. A Cold Regions Information Service Approach for Societal Benefits Email 2 / 4 PDF
Uttal, T., Casati, B. Merged Observatory Data Files (MODFs) from an Arctic Atmospheric Observing Network: Developed to Support the Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP) Email 2 / 4 PDF
Alessa, L., Ambrose, W., Kliskey, A. Re-thinking the Arctic Observing System for Improved Data Integration and Information Sharing Email 3 / 5 PDF
Berx, B., Cottier, F., Cunningham, S., Gallego, A., Holliday, N.P., Hopkins, J., Inall, M., McDonagh, E., Miller, R.G., Moffat, C.F., Turrell, W.R. Scotland's Marine Monitoring Actions and Their Contribution to International Efforts for a Sustained Arctic Observing System Email 3 / 5 PDF
Larsen, J.R., Strahlendorf, M., Cripe, D. Building an Arctic GEOSS SAON Strategy: 2018-2028 Email 3 / 5 PDF
Rosel, A., Cohen, L., Liston, G.E., Hudson, S., Itkin, P., Gerland, S. Arctic Heat Transfer Mechanisms between Ocean and Atmosphere during Autumn and Winter Email 3 / 5 PDF
Strand, S.M., Streletskiy, D., Biskaborn, B. Integrating Permafrost Monitoring into a Pan-Arctic Observing System Email 3 / 5 PDF
Wilson, C., Farrell, S.L., Robinson, D., Sevadjian, J., Lance, V. PolarWatch - A NOAA Initiative to Increase Access to Ocean Remote Sensing Data Products for the Arctic and Southern Oceans Email 3 / 5 PDF
Bell, T., Forbes, D.L., Le Tissier, M. Why Arctic Community Research Readiness and Priorities Matter Email 3 / 6 PDF
Berkman, P.A., Kullerud, L., Pope, A., Vylegzhanin, A.N., Young, O.R. The Arctic Science Agreement Propels Science Diplomacy Email 3 / 6 PDF
Brubaker, M. & Brook, M. The Local Environmental Observation Network Email 3 / 6 PDF
Cross, J.N., Hurst, T.P., Foy, R.J., Long, W.C., Dalton, M.G., Stone, R.P. Successes and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Ocean Acidification Research in Alaska Email 3 / 6 PDF
Turrell, W.R. A Century of Marine Monitoring in Scotland: A Small Nation at One of the Gateways to the Arctic. Email 3 / 6 PDF
Wright, B. Tracking Harmful Algal Blooms in the Pacific Arctic Email 3 / 6 PDF

Poster Abstracts

Author(s) Title ID Sub-Theme(s) Abstract
Jawak, S., Wankhede, S., and Luis, A. Need of monitoring glacier facies of Arctic glaciers using high resolution remote sensing data T1-1-001 1 Link
Buch, E., Tjernström, M., Quegan, S., Ahlstrøm, A., Heygster, G., Soltwedel, T., Danielsen, F., Ottersen, G., Johannesen, T., and Sandven, S. INTAROS mapping of requirements for observations in the Arctic T1-2-002 1 Link
Koyama, T., and Stroeve, J. Greenland precipitation analysis from the Arctic System Reanalysis (ASR): 2000-2012 T1-3-003 1 Link
Bochkarev, N.. Market behavior and competition environment in Yakutia, Russian North T1-4-004 1 Link
Murray, M.S., Vossepoel, S., Pulsifer, P., Arthurs, D., Parrott, J., Nickels, S., Liang, S., Barnard, C., Chu, B., Carpendale, S., Duguay, C., Herbert, C., Forest, A., Friddell, J., Maloley, M., Papakyriakou, T., Parkes, G., Scassa, T., Sokol, J., Taylor, F., and Vincent, W. The Canadian Consortium for Arctic Data Interoperability: A New Data Network Initiative for Canada T2-1-005 2 Link
Fenty, I.G., and Willis, J. Autonomous Profiling Floats May Be Useful for Sustained Arctic Ocean Observations T2-2-006 2 Link
Nassar, R., McLinden, C., Sioris, C., Mendonca, J., McElroy, C.T., Garand, L., Adamovic, M., Adams, C., Boisvenue, C., Drolet, G., Grandmont, F., Johnson, M., Jones, D.B.A., Kolonjari, F., Lantagne, S.M., Martin, R.V., Miller, C.E., Moreau, L., O’Neill, N., Polavarapu, S., Rochon, Y., Simpson, W.R., Strong, K., Tamminen, J., Trishchenko, A.P., Vaziri, Z., Walker, K.A., and Wunch, D. AIM-North: the Atmospheric Imaging Mission for Northern regions T2-3-007 2 Link
Sandven, S., Sagen, H., Buch, E., Pirazzini, R., Gustavson, D., Beszczynska-Möller, A., Voss, P., Danielsen, F., Iversen, L., Gonçalves, P., Hamre, T., Ottersen, G., Sejr, M., Zona, D., and Dwyer, N. Building multidisciplinary Pan-Arctic observation systems: the INTAROS project T2-4-008 2 Link
Beszczynska-Moeller, A., Sandven, S., Sagen, H., Voss, P., Ahlstroem, A., Johannessen, T., Soltwedel, T., and Goeckede, M. Enhancement of in situ observing systems in the Arctic under INTAROS T2-5-009 2 Link
Dall'Osto, M., Tunved, P., Stroam, J., Krejci, R., Beddows, D., Harrison, Roy., Lupi, A., Mazzola, M., Vitale, V., Becagli, S., Traversi, R., Udisti, R., Asmi, E., Massling, A., Skov, H., and Yoon, Y. J. Merging major multiplatform field campaigns and a long term monitoring network are essential to develop and constrain numerical models of atmospheric new particle formation T2-6-010 2 Link
Biebow, N., and Willmott, V. ARICE - Making the Arctic Ocean accessible for excellent science T2-7-011 2 Link
Kang, S.-H. Korean contribution in the Pacific Central Arctic Ocean (CAO) for implementing and optimizing a pan-Arctic observing system T2-8-012 2 Link
Sagen, H., Matthew D., Langhaug, H., Worcester, P., Granskog, M., Sandven, S., Proshutinsky, A., Heimbach, P., Dushaw, B., Storheim, E., Geyer, F., Hamre, T., and Yamakawa, A. Coordinated Arctic Acoustic Thermometry Experiment (CAATEX) T2-9-013 2 Link
Eaton, C., and Ashcraft, C. Science Diplomacy in the Atlantic Arctic: Assessing Potential Expansion of the Distributed Biological Observatory (DBO) to the Baffin Bay-Davis Strait Area T2-10-014 2 Link
Fransson, A., Chierici, M., Skjelvan, I., Olsen, A., Assmy, P., Peterson, A.K., Spreen, G., and Ward, B. Effects of Arctic sea-ice and biogeochemical drivers and storms on under-ice water fCO2 T2-11-015 2 Link
Gress Hansen, S. An assessment of community based monitoring in the Arctic T3-1-016 3 Link
Wood, K., Mordy, C.W., and Jayne, S.R. Air-Launched Autonomous Profilers in the Arctic T3-2-017 3 Link
Thomson, L., Adams, P., Cogley, G., and Ecclestone, M. Multi-decadal glacier monitoring on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut T3-3-018 3 Link
Kaplin, N. Monitoring of Indigenous Law Enforcement in Evenkia, Russia T3-4-019 3 Link
PEARL Science Team Atmospheric Research at the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) T3-5-020 3 Link
Holmén, K., Jennings, I., Hübner, C., and Lihavainen, H. SIOS – an international collaboration to create a regional observing system for Arctic Earth System Science T3-6-021 3 Link
Bell, T., and the SmartICE Team SmartICE: application of a social enterprise model to the delivery of sea-ice monitoring and information services T3-7-022 3 Link
Cross, J., Hurst, T., Foy, R., Long, C., Dalton, M., and Stone, R. Successes and challenges of interdisciplinary Ocean Acidification research in Alaska T3-8-023 3 Link
Bradley, A., Durham, E., and Obbard, R. Validating remote sensing products with local and indigenous observations T4-1-024 Other Link
Camps, A., Khalsa, S.J., Heron, M., Kinsner, W., Milne, T., Marouchos, A., and Ruggieri, M. Convergence at the Poles: IEEE Brings Diverse Communities and Technical Solutions to Polar Challenges T4-2-025 Other Link
Akhmetkaliyeva, S., Sparkes, R., Clarke, L., Dean, A., and Cook, S. Carbon release during 21st century glacier recession T4-3-026> Other Link
Sankar, R.D., Murray, M.S., Wells, P.J., and Ayre, M. Using Landsat multi-temporal imagery to monitor and evaluate shoreline movement along Banks Island, Canada's Northwest Territories T4-4-027 Other Link
Chierici, M. The Nansen Legacy - A joint Norwegian Arctic research project providing holistic, cross-disciplinary scientific knowledge of the climate and ecosystem of the northern Barents Sea in the past, present and future T4-5-028 Other Link
Kauker, F. Impact of Sea Ice Thickness and Freeboard Products on Forecast Performance T4-6-029 Other Link
Hauri, C., Danielson, S., McDonnell, A.M.P., Hopcroft, R.R., Winsor, P., Shipton, P., Lalande, C., Stafford, K.M., Cooper, L.W., Grebmeier, J.M., Mahoney, A., Maisch, K., McCammon, M., Statscewich, H., Sybrandy, A., and Weingartner, T. From sea ice to seals: A moored marine ecosystem observatory in the Arctic T4-7-030 Other Link
Kassin, A., Cody, R., Manley, W.F., Gaylord, A.G., Villarreal, S., Barba, M., Escarzaga, S., Haberman, T.,Whitty, N., and Tweedie, C.E. The Arctic Observing Viewer (AOV): Visualization, Data Discovery, Strategic Assessment, and Decision Support for Arctic Observing T4-8-031 Other Link

Media

Although presentations from AOS 2018 were not recorded, the slides for keynote presentations and several overview presentations can be viewed using the links below:

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

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