ARCSS Program | Community Planning
Community input and dialog into ARCSS planning is
critical for the success of the ARCSS Program. As
ARCSS research is planned and implemented, it will
benefit greatly from continuation and expansion of
the broader community dialogue and input that has
characterized the ARCSS Program from its
ARCSS Science Planning
The science planning process now being implemented will begin with the formation of Communities of Practice, groups of researchers (legacy, disciplinary, or interdisciplinary) who organize around a set of arctic system science questions.
Click here to view a clickable diagram of the ARCSS science planning process.
Click here for the text description of the ARCSS science planning process.
Planning Activities and
A variety of activities and tools are available to solicit input into ARCSS planning and science priorities, including online meetings, seminars and community surveys; more information is available through the menu links above. To receive announcements on ARCSS activities, subscribe to the ARCSS Listserve.
Assistance to support research community planning and collaboration is available through the ARCSS Science Management Office. Click here for more information.
Other Important Resources