Interdisciplinary study of Arctic sea ice changes and impacts for the society (ID Arctic)
Main objective: Improving international scientific collaboration between Arctic sea ice scientists in Norway, Canada, and the USA, and facilitating work for the AMAP SWIPA follow-up process.
Aims of the project
- enhance the international collaboration between Norway and North America in current Arctic Climate system studies such as N-ICE2015 and related studies (e.g. SHEBA and Fram Strait)
- contribute to the SWIPA follow up processes by intensifying the collaboration process within document writing, compiling input, and identifying key scientific work to be included
- conduct two international workshops on Arctic climate system science
- to disseminate results from new Arctic climate system research and their relevance within socio-economics and ecosystem impact studies.