Call for Information on Recent Arctic Research Activities
August 19, 2020
By Liz Weinberg
Arctic Research Community,
is beginning its yearly effort to gather information on relevant research activities that have occurred over the last fiscal year. We hope this provides you an opportunity to share the work you have been doing during FY2020 with the wider research community.
We welcome all to contribute information on recent work that is relevant to the Arctic Research Plan. Contributions will be organized by Performance Elements, which can be found on the website for Collaborations members; non-members can find them in the Plan beginning on pages 8-9. You can identify where your work fits in by finding the relevant research goal (e.g., Sea Ice, Coastal Resilience, Permafrost etc.) and then narrowing down to the specific activity (Performance Element) your work responds to.
Please send updates to Meredith LaValley, Project Analyst, at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate what Performance Element(s) they apply to. Collaborations members can also add updates directly by posting a comment on the relevant Performance Element on the website. If you are not yet a member but would like to be, you can sign up for an account.
Short narrative text and bullets are acceptable. You can include references and short descriptions of published papers, summaries of field campaigns, data analysis details, newly released or updated datasets, websites, and summaries of relevant ongoing unpublished research.
We ask that you add your contributions by September 4th so that they may be included under FY2020 activities and posted on the website.
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