Arctic Biodiversity Assessment


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    Appendix D - Scoping for Resilience and Management of Arctic Wetland
    (2021) CAFF
    Wetlands have enormous value, yet their role in supporting biodiversity, carbon sequestration, supporting traditional livelihoods, and providing other ecosystem services is not widely appreciated. This is arguably even more the case with Arctic wetlands, which while making up a large portion of terrestrial area in the Arctic, are recently gaining attention from wetlands advocates such as the Secretariat of the Ramsar Convention, NGOs such as Wetlands International, and other bodies with a wetlands focus.
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    Arctic Biodiversity Trends 2010: Summary Booklet
    (2010) CAFF
    A twelve page summary booklet highlighting the key findings and emerging issues and challenges as featured in the full report.
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    Actions for Arctic Biodiversity: Progress Report 2017
    (2017) CAFF
    The Actions for Arctic Biodiversity, 2013-2021 (Action Plan) comprises the implementation plan for the ABA recommendations. It is a living document that is reviewed and updated every two years. The plan is not meant to be exhaustive or to replace working group work plans; rather it is complimentary, emphasizing specific actions that address ABA recommendations.
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    Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Programme: implementing the Strategic plan 2018-2021: Progress report 2019
    (2019) CAFF
    The Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Programme (CBMP) plays a key role in supporting CAFF's mandate to address the conservation of Arctic biodiversity, communicate findings to the governments and residents of the Arctic, and help to promote practices that ensure the sustainability of the Arctic's living resources.
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    Arctic Biodiversity Data Service: Progress Report 2017-2019
    (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05) Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
    The ABDS is the online, interoperable data management system for biodiversity data generated via the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), the Arctic Council’s biodiversity working group. Its goal is to facilitate access, integration, analysis and display of biodiversity information for scientists, practitioners, managers, policy makers and others working to understand, conserve and manage the Arctic's wildlife and ecosystems.