The Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Monitoring Plan. Coordinated circumpolar monitoring for research and decision-making.
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
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The Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Monitoring Plan is a framework to improve circumpolar monitoring efforts of Arctic freshwaters, including ponds, lakes, rivers, and their associated tributaries and wetlands. The Freshwater Plan provides Arctic countries, monitoring professionals and volunteers with a set of guidelines for common approaches and indicators in monitoring activities, and for collecting existing data. The Freshwater Plan will facilitate information collection and analysis, identify and fill knowledge gaps, and provide better information for use in policy and decision-making.
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Arctic Freshwater Monitoring Plan Annual Report 2014. Annual report on the implementation of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program´s Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Monitoring Plan Lento, J.; J. Culp, W; Christoffersen, K.; Guðbergsson, G.; Liljaniemi, P.; Sandøy, S.; Whitman, M.; Zimmerman, C. (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2014-02)This report describes the progress made since December 2012, when implementation of the CBMP-Freshwater Plan began.
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