Public deliverables

Number Name Description
D2.7 Report on present observing capacities and gaps: Land and cryosphere

This document describes the critical knowledge gaps and suggests future research directions. This document is intended to:
− define the current gaps in knowledge in critical field investigating the impact of climate change on terrestrial and cryosphere systems
− suggest the direction that future studies should undertake to address these gaps

D2.8 Report on exploitation of existing data: Land and cryosphere

This report presents higher-level products from existing terrestrial and cryosphere measurements, developed within INTAROS WP2 by applying new methodologies for data processing and derivation of new quantities. The report presents both satellite-derived products and products from in situ observing systems within the terrestrial sphere and the cryosphere.

The exploited higher-level...

D2.9 Catalogue of products and services based on land and terrestrial cryosphere data

This document contains the description of the INTAROS online data catalogue, which includes data collections that were not previously available, and of the effort done in INTAROS to make selected in situ and satellite land and terrestrial cryosphere data collections accessible through existing repositories.

D4.1 Community based monitoring programmes in the Arctic: Capabilities, good practice and Challenges

Arctic people live in and observe the Arctic environment year-round. Intimate knowledge of the environment and environmental changes is fundamental to the survival of these people who frequently depend on natural resources for their livelihood. This report presents a review of the capabilities, good practices, opportunities and barriers of community-based environment monitoring programmes in...

D4.2 Library with tools for cross-fertilizing knowledge

Community based environment monitoring has considerable potential for improving the understanding of environmental changes as well as for improving the management of natural resources. Together with the organizers of six community based environment monitoring programs, the INTAROS project has developed a library of ‘good practice’ manuals in community based monitoring that could serve as tools...

D5.2 IAOS Platform and Tools v1

The “Integrated Arctic Observation System” (INTAROS) is a 5-year project funded by Horizon
2020 under the Blue Growth Programme. 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. Within INTAROS, WP5 (Data integration
and...

D5.3 Data Integrated from Existing Repositories V1

This deliverable document contains a summary about the first 'expansion phase' of the ‘Data Integration from Existing Repositories’ into the iAOS. Basically the work for this deliverable would not be possible at all without a close entanglement of the duties in task 2.3 and task 5.3. Accordingly, there was close cooperation between WP2 and WP5 in the respective project phase. This manifests...

D5.4 iAOS Portal with User Manual V1

The Integrated Arctic Observation System (INTAROS) is a research and innovation action funded under Horizon 2020 call H2020-BG-09 call in 2016 and will run from 2016 to 2021. INTAROS develops an integrated Arctic Observation System (iAOS) by extending, improving and unifying existing systems in the different regions of the Arctic. INTAROS has a strong multidisciplinary focus, with tools for...

D7.1 Project website

Communication in INTAROS is a cross-cutting activity that is strategically planned with a view to the societal impacts we want to bring about. By developing a coherent communication plan (WP7) addressing focused activities INTAROS will raise awareness and engagement in issues of Artic observations. We target different stakeholder groups, namely: policy and decision makers; business sectors;...

D7.2 Print Materials V1

The INTAROS Print Materials are a central part of the Dissemination strategy for the project. They function in conjunction with the products of Task 7.1 – the project website (Deliverable 7.1), e-newsletter, project identity toolkit and branding – to impart a professional quality to the project outputs and recommendations. This document describes how the project identity was conceived, the...

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