Long Term Observing Management Webinar: National and Global Connectivity

19 March 2014

Arctic Observing Network
National Science Foundation

Tuesday, 25 March 2014 at 1:30 p.m. EDT

For further information, please contact:
Erica Key
Email: ekey@nsf.gov

The NSF Arctic Observing Network (AON) announces the last thematic
webinar in the series on Long-Term Observing Management and Governance.
This event will focus on National and Global Connectivity and will be
held on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 at 1:30 p.m. EDT.

The webinar will be held via WebEx and will include an interactive panel.
Questions addressed during this webinar include:

- How does one best employ interagency and regional partnerships?
- What role should regional centers play in directing observing
- When does relevance to multi-national organizations and global
standards of measurement factor into the observing design?
- Are there measurements that should not be held to an international
- What are best practices for implementing and making science
relevant to high level committees?

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future events and subscribe to the calendar of webinars. An associated
funding opportunity to continue the discussion beyond the webinar
timeframe can be found at

We look forward to your participation and questions on March 25th.

Meeting Number: 747 781 896
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