Public deliverables

Number Name Description
D7.10 Science Special Issue in EGU journals

The main goal of the EGU special issue is to highlight the project results and provide a link among the wide range of research topics supported by INTAROS. The wide breath of articles included in the Special Issue will allow highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of the INTAROS project. We already have four papers accepted for publication and/or in the final stages of review, and we expect...

D7.11 Scientific capacity building

The plan to organize a summer school in 2020 had to be cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. To compensate for the cancellation, two research school onboard KV Svalbard were organized by NERSC in 2020 and 2021. These activities were organized in collaboration with the Useful Arctic Knowledge project (coordinated by NERSC) and with the University of the Arctic Thematic Network on...

D7.12 Educational Packages for Scientists

This deliverable builds on D7.11, which described the training that was provided to higher level and post-graduate students during the project. D7.12 makes available independent learning resources, online, for those who could not participate in the training activities, but also to provide a legacy for the scientific expertise contributing to and emerging from INTAROS.
INTAROS Educational...

D7.13 Contribution to ERL Special Issue

This document describes the main goals of the special issue, which aims to summarize the scientific knowledge about climate change across the Arctic in layman terms which can be used for communicating science to policymakers. The goal of the special issue is to summarize the scientific knowledge to native communities and be vehicle for improving the exchange of knowledge between scientists,...

D7.14 Proceedings of community-based monitoring and citizen Sciecne workshops in the Arctic 2017-2021

One of the aims of INTAROS is to build additional capacity within Indigenous and civil society organizations, government agencies and scientists on community-based and citizen science observing in the Arctic. There is no single ‘right’ way of undertaking community-based observing. The approach will vary and what is suitable to ensure effective monitoring will change from one place to the next...

D7.17 Info Sheets and Booklet

This document presents an overview of the results from INTAROS as a set of 1-page Info Sheets provided by the partners. The INTAROS project has demonstrated how an integrated Arctic observation system is built on many observing sensors and platforms. For land-based observations, a number of in situ systems are operated from stations around the Arctic. For ocean-based observations, there is a...

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,...

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