Human Dimensions of the Arctic System (HARC) | Online Workshops 2002
The HARC Science Management Office (SMO) sponsored two online workshops in April 2002. These online workshops were designed to help develop project-level ideas incorporating HARC research within new and emerging initiatives in the Arctic System Science (ARCSS) Program at the National Science Foundation. The workshop discussions help generate ideas leading to research proposals, establishing human dimensions as an integral component of each theme.
The HARC online workshop
reports and forum transcripts are available below in PDF format. If you
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Humans and Arctic Hydrology: A workshop to develop a human dimensions component for the pan-Arctic Community-wide Hydrological Analysis and Monitoring Program (Arctic-CHAMP)
| Final Report (52
Transcript (176 K)
Humans and the Arctic Nearshore Zone: A workshop to develop a human dimensions component of the emerging ARCSS Nearshore Initiative
"Although climate change is often discussed in
terms of gradual trends in temperature and precipitation, both indigenous
knowledge and ice-core records paint a picture of more dramatically variable
-- People and the Arctic: A Prospectus for Research on the Human Dimensions of the Arctic System.