Arctic Resilience Report – update.
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Manuscripts for all parts of the ARR Interim Report have been delivered. Revisions are on-going based on review comments and discussions at a combined Project Steering Committee and Assessment Integration Team meeting 31 Jan-1 February. Some additional reviews are expected in the next week or two. Substantial text revision should be finalized by the time of the SAO meeting March 20-21. Language editing, graphics and layout will follow and we expect to deliver the printed report by May 15. Below follows a Summary for Policymakers based on the draft chapters, discussion in the PCS/AIT meeting and several rounds of comments among the PSC/AIT members. Language editing and checking against finalized version of the Interim Report remains to be done.
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