Arctic Report Card 2018 Released at the AGU Fall Meeting
December 14, 2018
By Jessica Rohde
The 13th annual Arctic Report Card was released at a press conference at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in Washington, DC. The Arctic Report Card is an interagency and international report on the status of different physical and biological components of the Arctic System. Arctic Report Card 2018 has 10 essays and 4 sidebars written by a team of >80 authors from 12 different countries. Topics include Air Temperature; Sea Ice; Sea Surface Temperature; Harmful Algal Blooms; Microplastics in Sea Ice; Reindeer and Caribou; Tundra Greenness. The entire Arctic Report Card 2018 is available online at https://www.arctic.noaa.gov/Report-Card.
Posted by Jessica Rohde on behalf of Martin Jeffries (Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory)