Coordinated Circumpolar Monitoring of Arctic Sea Life. The Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Program.
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
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The Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Program is an integrated circumpolar Program that details Arctic marine ecosystem monitoring efforts, including how and where elements of these ecosystems will be monitored. Involving six Arctic coastal nations, the Program will yield more powerful and cost-effective monitoring of the Arctic marine environment, and provide more comprehensive and timely circumpolar information for effective decision-making.
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