Data and Data Management


Recent Submissions

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    Arctic Biodiversity Dashboard: User Requirements Guide
    (2021) CAFF
    This User Requirements Guide summarizes the key recommendations from the User Panel and CAFF Board and Secretariat and, in many cases, proposed solutions to these recommendations. This will guide further sequenced development of the Arctic Biodiversity Dashboard over the next two years.
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    Status Report on The Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure (Arctic SDI) 2021
    (2021) CAFF
    The Arctic SDI is the collaborative initiative of the National Mapping Agencies of the eight Arctic nations (Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Russia and the USA) with a goal to promote partner-based development of an Arctic spatial data infrastructure. The Arctic SDI has been endorsed by the Arctic Council Senior Arctic Officials since November 2009 and is part of the general scientific and technical collaboration among the Arctic nations.
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    Resolution of Cooperation between CAFF and the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)
    (2016) CAFF
    The Resolution of Cooperation between the CAFF Secretariat and the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Secretariat.
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    CBMP Coordination Meeting: Akureyri, Iceland: April 11-12, 2002
    (2002) CAFF
    A meeting to discuss the implementation of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP, intended to detect changes in the natural environment, provide an early warning system, contribute to development and evaluation of national monitoring plans; and provide for timely and cost-effective sharing of information to Arctic and non-Arctic users.
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    Data Management and Communication for the CBMP: Cooperation Strategy between CAFF and the UNEP-WCMC
    (2004) CAFF; Zöckler, Christoph; Harrison, Jerry
    This discussion paper outlines ideas for bringing all efforts at monitoring biodiversity in the Arctic together, allowing for better coordination in implementing the programmes, and for more coordinated analysis of the results. The creation of a decentralised and distributed database is recommended, disseminated via a web portal with established links to other monitoring data, such as climate or data on pollution (as collected by AMAP).