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What makes spring such a special time of year? The sun is shining, birds are chirping, plants are blooming.

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore what happens during spring in your area!

(International A4 paper size) 

A report discussing the multitude of values found in Arctic protected areas. It presents case studies that demonstrate how protected areas conserve such values.

Ponds in the Arctic are full of life! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you get out and explore Arctic ponds and the animals and plants in and around them!

(Size letter North American paper) 

A series of thematic goals and recommendations arising from Arctic Flora and Fauna: Status and Conservation, the science-based overview of Arctic biodiversity and key conservation issues.

Ponds in the Arctic are full of life! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you get out and explore Arctic ponds and the animals and plants in and around them!

(Size A4 international paper) 

Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) Scientific Report

The 1042 page scientific report of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment, a major international project to evaluate and synthesize knowledge on climate variability, climate change, and increased ultraviolet radiation and their consequences.

The tundra supports such amazing animals and plants! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore this environment: see if you can spot birds and caribou!

(size letter North American) 

Description of the main activities and focus of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP) from March 2008-2013.

 

Available in Russian / на русском языке

Policy advice on the findings of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA).

The tundra supports such amazing animals and plants! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore this environment: see if you can spot birds and caribou!

(size A4 international) 


Provides an overview of the development of the monitoring and implementation plan of the Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group (TEMG), who's overall goal is to produce the Arctic Terrestrial Montiroing Biodiversity Plan.

A description for a cooperative banding program project between the Arctic countries.

What makes spring such a special time of year? The sun is shining, birds are chirping, plants are blooming.

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore what happens during spring in your area!

(North American letter paper size) 

A document to describe the goals and preliminary recommendations for the Committee for Holarctic Shorebird Monitoring (CHASM), an expert working group of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP.)

A report arguing for the holistic approach to sacred sites management by exploring case studies in the Yamal and Koryak Autonomous Okrus.

What makes spring such a special time of year? The sun is shining, birds are chirping, plants are blooming.

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore what happens during spring in your area!

(North American paper size) 

The framework document for a coordinated circumpolar research and monitoring effort of polar bears.

A background document for the development of a network to monitor Rangifer populations and the human interactions wtih this important resource.

An initial examination of the literature pertaining to the traditional, historical, and contemporary Aleut use of plant resources.

What makes spring such a special time of year? The sun is shining, birds are chirping, plants are blooming.

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore what happens during spring in your area!

(International A4 paper size) 

A total checklist of lichens and lichenicolous fungi in the circumpolar Arctic and a preliminary list of rare and endemic lichens.

Ponds in the Arctic are full of life! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you get out and explore Arctic ponds and the animals and plants in and around them!

(Size letter North American paper)  

A poster outlining the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Program. Intended for scientific and policy audiences.

A summary of the population status and trends for 19 populations of Arctic seabirds.

Ponds in the Arctic are full of life! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you get out and explore Arctic ponds and the animals and plants in and around them!

(Size A4 international paper) 

A brochure highlighting the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Plan of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP).

A 2010 analysis of the Arctic Species Trend Index (ASTI) dataset, an index used to track trend in Arctic fish, mammals and birds.

The tundra supports such amazing animals and plants!

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore this environment: see if you can spot birds and caribou!

(North American paper size) 

Findings of a workshop sponsored by the U.S. Marine Mammal Commission and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Valencia, Spain March 4-6, 2007.

Key findings from the 2011 analysis of the Arctic Species Trend Index, focussing on the marine ecosystem and spatial analysis techniques after the dataset underwent revisions and updates.

The tundra supports such amazing animals and plants!

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore this environment: see if you can spot birds and caribou!

(size A4 international)

The background paper of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Plan, highlighting the process and key elements to develop.

An in depth analysis of the marine data set in the Arctic Species Trend Index (ASTI) after a 2011 data revision and update.

This Leaders Manual and its related pocket field guide look at some of the organisms and processes closely associated with tundra.

The pocket guide focuses on a set of plants, animals and other organismswith brief information about how they fit into an ecosystem.

The leaders manual provides background information about the tundra, the nature of ecosystems and some of the changes and threats that could affect Arctic ecosystems and biodiversity. Appendix A, provides more detailed information about the organisms in the pocket field guide. Appendix B provides printable worksheets for the activities designed to get young people either individually or in groupsout on the land and actively investigating the natural world around them.

(North American paper size) 

An exploration of the International Tundra Experiment and how it could participate in the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Network (CBMP).

The 2011 exploration of spatial biodiversity data analysis techniques using the Arctic Species Trend Index data set.

This Leaders Manual and its related pocket field guide look at some of the organisms and processes closely associated with tundra.

The pocket guide focuses on a set of plants, animals and other organismswith brief information about how they fit into an ecosystem.

The leaders manual provides background information about the tundra, the nature of ecosystems and some of the changes and threats that could affect Arctic ecosystems and biodiversity. Appendix A, provides more detailed information about the organisms in the pocket field guide. Appendix B provides printable worksheets for the activities designed to get young people either individually or in groupsout on the land and actively investigating the natural world around them. 

(International A4 paper size)

This document provides an overview on the development of the Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Monitoring Plan, produced by a Freshwater Expert Monitoring Group (FEMG) for the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP), along with timelines for development of the FEMG.

What makes spring such a special time of year? The sun is shining, birds are chirping, plants are blooming.

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore what happens during spring in your area!

(North American paper size)

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: Cover and acknowledgements

Cover and acknowledgements to the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report.

 

The findings of a workshop focused on fostering the development and implementation of coordinated, international research and monitoring networks for Arctic freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems and the biodiversity they support.

What makes spring such a special time of year? The sun is shining, birds are chirping, plants are blooming.

Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you explore what happens during spring in your area!

(International A4 paper size)

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: Title and table of contents

Title and table of contents to the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report.

 

A discussion for the development of a community-based monitoring component to the CBMP and examination of monitoring programs under development by the Permanent Participants of the Arctic Council.

Rannsakaðu túndruna og lífríkið sem þar er að finna svosem hreyndýr, uglur, rjúpur, mosa og fleira

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: Key findings and advice for monitoring

Findings and advice for monitoring to the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report.

 

Paper on reindeer husbandry and montioring in the Arctic and major associations and networks on the topic including the Association of World Reindeer Herders.

This manual and its associated pocket field guide look at the processes and some of the organisms closely linked with spring.

Since spring itself is a process of change over a fairly short period of time, the field guide focuses on the broad categories of spring changes, with examples (plants, birds, animals) that help students see and understand the details of those changes.

The leaders manual provides background information about the processes, the organisms and some of the changes and threats that could affect Arctic ecosystems and biodiversity as they are linked to spring. In addition, the manual includes a number of challenges and projects designed to get young peopleeither individually or in groupsout on the land and actively investigating the natural world around them. Appendix A provides more detailed information about the organisms in the pocket field guide. Appendix B provides printable worksheets for some of the suggested activities. 

(North American paper size)

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 1: Introduction

Introduction to the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report.

 

A poster on the Circumpolar Biodiversity Montioring Program (CBMP).

This manual and its associated pocket field guide look at the processes and some of the organisms closely linked with spring.

Since spring itself is a process of change over a fairly short period of time, the field guide focuses on the broad categories of spring changes, with examples (plants, birds, animals) that help students see and understand the details of those changes.

The leaders manual provides background information about the processes, the organisms and some of the changes and threats that could affect Arctic ecosystems and biodiversity as they are linked to spring. In addition, the manual includes a number of challenges and projects designed to get young peopleeither individually or in groupsout on the land and actively investigating the natural world around them. Appendix A provides more detailed information about the organisms in the pocket field guide. Appendix B provides printable worksheets for some of the suggested activities.

(International A4 paper size)

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 2: Setting the scene

Setting the scene for the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report.

 

Paper describing the scope, purpose, need and status of the CircumArctic Rangifer Monitoring and Assessment (CARMA) Network based on discussions from the first two official annual meetings.

Rannsakaðu túndruna og lífríkið sem þar er að finna svosem hreyndýr, uglur, rjúpur, mosa og fleira

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 3.1: Sea ice biota

Sea ice biota chapter of the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report covering four Focal Ecosystem Components: Bacteria and Archaea, microalgae and other protists, meiofauna and under-ice macrofauna.

 

CBMP Annual Report 2006

The 2006 Annual Report from the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP).

Á vorin kviknar náttúran til lífsins, kynntu þér vorið nærri þér

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 3.2: Plankton

Plankton chapter of the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report covering four Focal Ecosystem Components: Bacteria and Archaea, microbial eukaryotes, phytoplankton, and zooplankton.

 


A broad assessment of community based monitoring for diverse audiences that explores different community based monitoring programs in an effort to highlight the best and most successful practices of each. It is also designed for use as a framework for custom-tailoring specific community-based monitoring projects, and as an application to monitoring efforts in non-Arctic regions.

 

Available in Chinese

Ponds in the Arctic are full of life! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you get out and explore Arctic ponds and the animals and plants in and around them!

(Size letter North American paper) 

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 3.3: Benthos

Benthos chapter of the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report covering two Focal Ecosystem Components: megafauna, and macrofauna.


A framework document for developing an integrated monitoring framework for seabirds.

Á vorin kviknar náttúran til lífsins, kynntu þér vorið nærri þér

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 3.4: Marine fishes

Fishes chapter of the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report covering three Focal Ecosystem Components: Greenland halibut, polar cod and capelin.

This report provides an overview of the BSSN concept, its history, and the pilot project results. It informs the broader community of scientists, governments, and Arctic residents about the project’s findings and shares the lessons learned. The Bearing Sea Subnetwork Additionally offers a HTML version of the document. To look at the HTML version click here

 

 

Ponds in the Arctic are full of life! Print out and put together this pocket guide to help you get out and explore Arctic ponds and the animals and plants in and around them!

(Size A4 international paper)

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 3.5: Seabirds

Seabirds chapter of the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report covering eight Focal Ecosystem Components: glaucous gull, ivory gull, least auklet, little auk, common murre, thick-billed murre, black-legged kittiwake, common eider.

The 2008 Annual Report of the Bearing Sea Sub-Network- International Community-Based Environmental Observation Alliance for the Arctic Observing Network (BSSN).

Fræðist um tjarnir og lífríkið með því að búa til vatnasjá og fræðast um töfraheim tjarna.

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: chapter 3.6: Marine mammals

Marine mammals chapter of the State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report covering 11 Focal Ecosystem Components: walrus (Odobenus rosmarus), ringed seal (Pusa hispida) bearded seal (Erignathus barbatus), spotted seal (Phoca largha), ribbon seal (Phoca fasciata), harp seal (Phoca groenlandica) hooded seal (Cystophora cristata), beluga (Delphinapterus leucas), bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus), narwhal (Monodon monoceros), and polar bear (Ursus maritimus).

 

The Arctic Report Card annually tracks and reports on the status and trends of the Arctic. 

This Leaders Manual and its related pocket field guide look at some of the organisms and processes closely associated with ponds. The pocket field guide focuses on a set of plants and animals that are associated with ponds with brief information about how they fit into an ecosystem. The Leaders Manual provides background information about freshwater ponds, the nature of ecosystems and some of the changes and threats that could affect Arctic ecosystems and biodiversity. Appendix A provides more detailed information about the organisms in the pocket field guide. Appendix B provides printable worksheets for the activities designed to get young people either individually or in groups out on the land and actively investigating the natural world around them.

(Size: letter, North American paper) 

 

Background paper for an Arctic protected areas monitoring scheme that would identify a suite of biodiversity monitoring measures that would be commonly monitored across the Arctic and implemented in a standardized way by each agency. This initiative is intended to enable coordinated reporting of biodiversity in Arctic protected areas and to provide a circumpolar understanding of change occurring within protected areas around the Arctic region.

Fræðist um tjarnir og lífríkið með því að búa til vatnasjá og fræðast um töfraheim tjarna.

The Arctic Marine Biodiversity Monitoring Plan (CBMP-Marine Plan) is the first of the CBMP’s four pan-Arctic biodiversity monitoring plans. The overall goal of the CBMP-Marine Plan is to improve our ability to detect and understand the causes of long-term change in the composition, structure and function of Arctic marine ecosystems, as well as to develop authoritative assessments of key elements of Arctic marine biodiversity (e.g., key indicators, ecologically pivotal and/or other important taxa).

This Leaders Manual and its related pocket field guide look at some of the organisms and processes closely associated with ponds. The pocket field guide focuses on a set of plants and animals that are associated with pondswith brief information about how they fit into an ecosystem. The Leaders Manual provides background information about freshwater ponds, the nature of ecosystems and some of the changes and threats that could affect Arctic ecosystems and biodiversity. Appendix A provides more detailed information about the organisms in the pocket field guide. Appendix B provides printable worksheets for the activities designed to get young peopleeither individually or in groupsout on the land and actively investigating the natural world around them.

(Size A4 international paper size)

State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report: Key Findings and Advice for Monitoring

The State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report identifies trends in key marine species and points to important gaps in biodiversity monitoring efforts across key ecosystem components in: sea ice biota, plankton, benthos, marine fishes, seabirds and marine mammals. Changes in these species are likely to indicate changes in the overall marine environment.

Arctic Birds Bulletin 2011

A newsletter of the Arctic Birds Breeding Conditions Survey (ABBCS).


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