ARCSS Program | March 2006 Data and Modeling Strategies eTown Meeting
10:00 a.m. Alaska Standard Time
(11:00 a.m. PST; 12:00 p.m. MST; 1:00 p.m. CST;
2:00 p.m. EST)
Approximately 1.5 hours
ARCSS eTown Meeting:
Data and Modeling Strategies for Arctic System Synthesis
The ARCSS Committee sponsored this eTown Meeting to provide an open forum for community input on data and modeling strategies for arctic system synthesis. As the ARCSS Program seeks to advance an integrative understanding of the arctic system, the research community is faced with the challenge of realizing unique ways to address arctic system science and policy questions that utilize data sets across system components, processes and scales.
This eTown Meeting focused on ways that data can be managed and disseminated to facilitate synthesis and dissemination of arctic system science.
The presentation and discussion focused on the following question:
- What modeling and data integration methods, approaches or activities will best contribute to synthesis and uncover new insights into the workings of the Arctic system?
Access the complete archive (including slides and audio) of the eTown Meeting in three easy steps:
- Click on the HorizonWimba archive link here.
- HorizonWimba will prompt you to log in. For Room ID, enter "ARCUS_Live" (case sensitive); for Name, simply enter your name (first and last).
- The archive should start automatically after a moment; if it does not, click on "Class Start."
Note: Please be sure to have pop-ups enabled on your Internet browser.
For further information, please contact:
University of New Hampshire