Witness the Arctic

Distribution Date: 25 October 2001

Volume 9, Number 1 - 2001

Distribution Date: 25 October 2001
Volume 9, Number 1

Feature Article

  • SCICEX Sonars Chart New Topographies, New Theories

The Interagency Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH)

  • SEARCH Develops Implementation Framework

Arctic Upper Atmosphere Research

  • Auroral Studies Shed Light on the Physics of Space

  • CEDAR Observations Map the Arctic's Upper Atmosphere

ARCSS Program Updates

  • ARCSS Plans All-Hands Workshop for February 2002

  • ARCSS Components to Meet Novemeber 2001

  • LAII Prepares for All-Hands Meeting, Upgrades Web Site

  • RAISE Plan Focuses on Ship-Based Research in Russia

  • PARCS Develops Two Updated Research Goals

  • HARC Explores Ways to Stimulate Discussion

  • SHEBA Data Helping to Evaluate Performance of Models

  • OAII Considers New Initiatives

  • Shelf-Basin Interactions (SBI) Prepares for Field Work

Arctic Social Sciences Program

  • Inuit Perceptions of Aging Withstand the Test of Time

  • Arctic Social Sciences Program Grows

  • Ph.D. Study Documents Athabascan Language Structure

  • The North Alaskan Eskimo Revisited after 40 Years

Arctic Natural Sciences Program

  • Arctic Natural Sciences Supports Fundamental Research

  • Fossils may Harbor Pathogens that Caused Extinctions

Arctic Research Support and Logistics

  • Science Use Expands at Toolik Field Station

  • JOSS Helps Arctic Researchers Manage Datasets

  • Russian Logistics are Challenging, Not Insurmountable

  • VECO Completes Second Arctic Field Season

  • With Healy Underway, AICC Turns to Science Facilitation

  • UNOLS Develops Design for an Arctic Mid-Sized Vessel

  • Working Group Outlines New Edition of Logistics Report

  • The Future of SCICEX

U.S. Arctic Research Commission

  • USARC Represents Research from Alaska to Svalbard

Polar Research Board

  • Committee to Assess Oil and Gas Impacts in Alaska

  • PRB Members

Capitol Updates

  • Senate Proposes 5.6% Increase in NSF Budget

  • NSF Will Survey Grant Recipients on Funding Needs

  • Climate Change in the Arctic and the 107th Congress

International News

  • Arctic Council Marks Culmination of its First Ten Years

  • Arctic Science Summit Week 2001 Draws Researchers to Iqaluit

  • Cold Water Flux from Nordic Seas has Decreased

  • IARC Outlines Research Contributing to Global Models

  • Global Change Conference Organizers Call for an Ethical Social Response

Education News

  • Students Examine Industry in Northwest Russia

  • University of the Arctic Launched

  • SDSU Graduate Students Open Doors in Arctic Classrooms

  • NSF Supports Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Training

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Witness the Arctic provides information on current arctic research efforts and findings, significant research initiatives, national policy affecting arctic research, international activities, and profiles of institutions with major arctic research efforts. Witness serves an audience of arctic scientists, educators, agency personnel, and policy makers. Witness was published biannually in hardcopy from 1995-2008 (archives are available below) and is currently published online 3-4 times annually, depending on newsworthy events.

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