Public deliverables

Number Name Description
D6.4 Report and model fields on ice-ocean state estimate in the Arctic Ocean

Based on Observing System Simultion Experiments, an evaluation is provided, first, of the capacity of the exist-ing Arctic Ocean observing system on capturing different aspects of the Arctic Ocean changes. Subsequently a 10-year ocean-sea ice synthsis is produced, by assimilating all available observations into a coupled ocean-sea ice mode using the adjoint method.

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...

D7.3 Dissemination Plan V1

The H2020 programme calls for a Plan for Dissemination and Exploitation of Results (PEDR) to be included in each and every project to facility the transfer of knowledge outputs directly to the market. The Dissemination Plan contributes to this strategy by defining projects, messages and target audiences for the project outcomes.
This document describes the events, workshops, working...

D7.4 Dissemination material V1

Brief overview of dissemination material for the main target groups of INTAROS: decision-makers in European agencies; decision-makers in Arctic, international bodies and companies; early-career scientists and high-school students and teachers; local communities; and the general public. The material includes project brochures, flyers to specific groups and information packages including videos...

D7.5 Dissemination Plan V2

This is an updated version of the first dissemination plan, D7.3, delivered in June 2017. The document was revised after the review in March 2020. The document presents goals, target groups and methodologies for the dissemination work and how engagement with different groups takes place during the project period. The document describes planned as well as performed dissemination activities,...

D7.6 OceanObs’19 contribution

OceanObs’19 made recommendations for the way forward to establish a sustainable ocean observing system. The recommendations included cross disciplinary engagement and partnership, stakeholder and societal needs, and improved and shared technology for ocean observing. OceanObs’19 is very timely. The United Nations has dedicated the next decade to achieve sustainable development goal number 14...

D7.7 Educational Material V1

An overview of existing dissemination materials and products that are targeted for teaching and/or intended for outreach purposes. The referenced teaching materials include products aimed at students ranging from school to university level. The outreach materials are aimed at communicating knowledge about the INTAROS project, the scientific work, key findings as well as promoting general...

D8.2 Gender and diversity action plan

The aim of this plan is to improve gender balance and diversity in the project. This will be done through the following activities:
• promoting understanding among researchers and other project personnel on the “gender and science” issue and make them more sensitive towards the gender dimension of/in science;
• including the gender dimension throughout the research project;...

D8.3 Terms of reference - Advisory panels

This document described the role and terms of reference of the Stakeholder and Innovation Advisory Panel and the Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel, which will be appointed in the first year of the project. There will be at least 5 members of each panel, and they will be invited to attend the General Assembly meetings once per year and review the progress during the last year. The panels...

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