AOS 2018 Conference Statement

At the 4th AOS in 2018, delegates from 26 countries focused on the "Business Case for a Pan-Arctic Observing System". Demonstrating the value of Arctic observations, linked to relevant Societal Benefit Areas showed how long-term observing systems support decision-making from local to global scales. Click here or on the Learn More button to read the 2018 Conference Statement.

 

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Side Meeting - Arctic Science Ministerial

The Arctic Observing Summit, European Commission and Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks are the hosts for a public side event on October 24th, 2018 at the 2nd Arctic Science Ministerial in Berlin, Germany. The title of the meeting is: "Towards a roadmap for coordinated Arctic Observing."

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AOS2018 Presentations

The theme for AOS 2018 was "The Business Case for a Comprehensive Pan-Arctic Observing System". Click on the Learn More button to find a sample of the presentations from the 2018 summit. 

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AOS 2018 Summit Background Materials

The 2018 Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) was held in Davos, Switzerland, 24-26 June 2018. In case you missed the Summit, short statements  that were submitted in advance of the conference are available here and poster abstracts here.

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Arctic, Special Issue - Arctic Observing Summit

Hardcopy now available! Arctic (V68, Suppl. 1)
White papers from AOS 2013 and updates from 2014 are published a special issue of Arctic. Online articles are open access

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AOS Partners

The AOS is a collaborative effort of the International Study of Arctic Change, the International Arctic Science Committee and Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks along with many others. To learn more about the AOS, partners, and objectives, you can explore these pages and find resources from previous Summits, or you can take the short cut below.

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