AOS 2018 Registration

The 2018 Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) will be held in Davos, Switzerland, 24-26 June, immediately following POLAR 2018. This is the 4th Summit since inception in 2013. The AOS brings together a diverse community to continue to progress on the development, implemantation and sustained support of a multi-purpose Arctic Observing System of Systems. To register for the AOS click on the Learn More button. You can register for the AOS, POLAR 2018 and the SCAR/IASC delgate meeting all in the same place!

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AOS 2018 Call for Input

The theme for AOS 2018 comes from the Summit Recommendation of 2016 to propose "The Business Case for a Comprehensive Pan-Arctic Observing System". The Executive Organizing Committee is seeking input to inform the discussion at the summit in the form of brief statements. Click on the Learn More button to find details on contributing to the AOS process. 

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POLAR 2018

POLAR2018 is a joint event from the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) and the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC). Events this year include XXXV SCAR Biennial Meetings, Arctic Science Summit Week 2018 & IASC Business Meetings, SCAR/IASC Open Science Conference and 2018 Arctic Observing Summit.

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AOS 2016 Conference Statement

At the 3rd AOS in 2016, over 450 delegates from 30 countries, Indigenous, academic, government, operational, NGO and private-sector orgnaizations reached consensus on manjor recommendations for moving forward on implmentation of an internationally supported pan-Arcitc observing system. Click on the Learn More button to read the Conference Statement

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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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