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Outputs and recommendations from the Artic Sea-basin Checkpoint Workshop

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Eline van Onselen, EMODnet Artic Sea-basin Checkpoint, presents the main outputs and recommendations from the Artic Sea-basin Checkpoint Workshop held on the 14th of February 2017, in Brussels during the EMODnet stakeholder conference.

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Outputs and recommendations from the Artic Sea-basin Checkpoint Workshop

  1. 1. 1 http://www.emodnet.eu EMODnet Stakeholder Conference & Sea-basin Workshops 14-15 February 2017 Arctic Checkpoint Arctic checkpoint – Eline van Onselen On behalf of the team EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Arctic
  2. 2. 2 EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Arctic What did we discuss? General introduction to the project The Data Adequacy Report and Procedure The Challenges
  3. 3. 3 EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Arctic What did we discuss? General introduction to the project The Data Adequacy Report and Procedure The Challenges
  4. 4. 4 Main discussion points Mainly based on challenges Is the data used kept up-to-date? This project is a snap-shot Russian data – language and privacy issues Questioning can be too broad – choice for challenge leaders and/or EC to narrow it down. Suggestions for datasources
  5. 5. 5 General Recommendations It seems proper monitoring in the Arctic area is scarce on some topics and both spatially and temporally limited. Keep pushing for standardized monitoring. Focus as much on what is available, as on what is not available. The end goal is not answering the questions, but finding out if they can be answered with what is available. Work together with the other checkpoints and organisations where possible (e.g hydrographic offices). Communication is key!

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