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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Witness the Arctic | Volume 17, Number 2 - Spring 2013
Interagency Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH)
Arctic System Science Program
Arctic Social Sciences Program
Arctic Research Support and Logistics
Science Education News
Science Policy News
National Science Foundation News
U.S. Arctic Research Commission
A Note From the ARCUS Executive Director
A Note from the ARCUS President
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Executive Director: Susan E. Fox
Editors: Betsy Turner-Bogren, Kristina Creek, Helen Wiggins
Contributors: V. Alexander, C. Benson, R. Crain, S. A. Crate, K. Creek, H. Eicken, J. Fahnestock, J. Farrell, S. E. Fox, P. Haggerty, N. Herman-Mercer, L. Hinzman, R. M. Holmes, M. McCammon, H. McCann. A. Merten, J. Moore, M. Murray, J. Overland, S. M. Rasmus, C. Rea, T. Rosati, L. Schlagel, M. Serreze, H. Stern, N. R. Swanberg, B. Turner-Bogren, F. Ulmer,
O. Ulturgasheva, P. West, H. Wiggins, G. Wong, S. D. Wullschleger, L. Yarmey
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Witness the Arctic is published periodically by ARCUS. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of NSF.