The first INTAROS stakeholder workshop will be hosted by EuroGOOS in Brussels, 05 May, 2017. The workshop title is: Building long term observing systems in the Arctic – requirements and challenges.

Week of the Arctic:

This is a workshop for those involved in community-based monitoring (CBM) who wish to build this community of practice and increase the effectiveness of CBM in decision making. The workshop will introduce participants to INTAROS and other relevant initiatives that are supporting development of CBM networks. Presentations and breakout groups will allow participants to exchange experiences and discuss the next generation of CBMs in the Arctic.

The workshop is being hosted by the INTAROS: Integrated Arctic Observing System with collaboration from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), the Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council (YRITWC) and the Exchange for Local Observations and Knowledge of the Arctic (ELOKA). More information:

The dialog is part of the Week of the Arctic, a series of events associated with the Arctic Council Ministers Meeting to be held during the week of May 8-12, 2017 in Fairbanks, AK, USA. You can learn more about the Week of the Arctic and associated events, including this workshop, here:


The workshop focuses on applications of commercial satellite imagery for polar science. Instructor-led short courses include Discovering Geospatial Data at the Poles, DEM Extraction from Stereoscopic Imagery, Georeferencing Maps and Aerial Imagery, and more. The PGC Boot Camp also hosts visiting expert speakers and offers dedicated project work time for one-on-one support from PGC staff.

Visit the Polar Boot Camp website for details. Application closes June 14th, 2017!

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