Progress Report from AMAP to the SAO Meeting in Espoo, Finland, November 6-7.
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)
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"The following is a brief overview of progress in the main activities that have been addressed by AMAP since the SAO meeting in Rovaniemi, June 2001, and requests to the SAOs regarding funding of the assessment and related activities." /.../
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