First Call for Papers and Early Registration: The Arctic as a Messenger for Global Processes - Climate Change and Pollution.
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)
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First call for papers and early registration hand-out for the Arctic Council working group Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)s conference "The Arctic as a Messenger for Global Processes - Climate Change and Pollution", presented at the Arctic Council's Senior Arctic Officials meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, March 16-17 2011 prior the Ministerial Meeting in Nuuk, Greenland, later the same year.
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