Public deliverables

Number Name Description
D1.1 Initial Requirement Report

The detailed analysis of phenomena and observation requirements for the Arctic region given in this report reveals the following conclusions:
• The Arctic is a region very sensitive to environmental changes. There is a very close interrelation and delicate balance between the five thematic areas investigated (atmosphere, terrestrial, cryosphere, sea ice and ocean), especially in relation...

D1.2 Data Management Plan V1

This document is the first version of the Data Management Plan (DMP) for the INTAROS project. The DMP describes how new datasets collected or generated by partners in the frame of the project, will be managed according to guidelines for FAIR data management in H2020. INTAROS will collect new observations and generate high-level data products from different
spheres:
1. Atmosphere...

D1.3 Engagement strategy

The overall objective of INTAROS is to build an efficient integrated Arctic Observation System (iAOS) by extending, improving and unifying existing systems in the different regions of the Arctic. This requires engagement of a broad group of research institutions, educational institutions, operational agencies and stakeholder groups. This document
- describes how collaboration will be...

D1.4 Collaboration establishment

The report describes the collaboration activities conducted in the project until May 2019, including connections to various other projects, infrastructures and networks of importance for Arctic observing. The report is part of the process to develop the INTAROS Roadmap.

D1.5 Report on stakeholder interaction in year 2 and 3

An overview of information, products and services requested by users representing primarily the private commercial sector has been collected via INTAROS user survey supplemented with results from similar surveys performed by other projects and organisations together with information obtained by INTAROS consortium members in dialog with relevant user at meetings, workshops and conferences.

D1.6 Data Governance Framework (including updated Data Management Plan)

This document contains a description of the Data Governance Framework for the INTAROS project, with an updated version of the Data Management Plan (DMP). The Data Governance Framework defines the procedures for how data management is carried out in the project, including the planning, conducting and monitoring the preparation and distribution of data collections. The DMP describes how new...

D2.1 Report on present observing capacities and gaps: ocean and sea ice observing system

A major goal of WP2: “Exploitation of existing observing systems” is to analyze strengths, weaknesses, gaps in spatial/temporal coverage, and missing monitoring parameters of the existing observation networks and databases in relation to the requirements from different user groups. This report is prepared to assess the existing ocean and sea ice observing systems in the Arctic, primary those...

D2.10 Synthesis of gap analysis and exploitation of the existing Arctic observing systems

A synthesis of the substantial assessment of Arctic observations within INTAROS. Since the assessed systems mainly belong to the European partners in the project, the assessment is unavoidably biased towards the European sector of the Arctic. The detailed results of the assessment can be found in previous deliverables (D2.1, D2.2, D2.4, D2.5, D2.7, D2.8 and D2.12). Also some higher-level...

D2.11 Report on the maturity of existing observing systems in the Arctic

The main effort has been to collect important metadata about each of the observing systems by many of the project partners as well as third parties using a standardised set of questionnaires. Questions asked included, but were not limited to, reflections on observing system management. The replies to the questions provide valuable indicators of the observing system maturity following...

D2.12 Observational gaps revealed by model sensitivity to obser-vations

To understand the quality of the existing observing system in the Arctic to capture important elements of change over the Arctic we performed a gap analysis with respect to the Arctic Ocean, the Arctic atmosphere and the high-latitude carbon-monitoring network. The main points of the findings are:
1) The ocean observing system: The satellite altimeter system is a critical system to...

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