Status Report on Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure (Arctic SDI)
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
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The Arctic SDI was established to address the need for readily available geospatial data in the northern areas of the globe. The Arctic SDI works with stakeholder organizations to make their key data accessible and interoperable. With a focus on the Arctic Council and its working groups, the Arctic SDI facilitates data sharing at all levels: local, national, regional and global. Arctic SDI documents and applies information management best practices, based on open international standards, to build communities of practice around sharing and using geospatial data.
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