Opportunities and Challenges in Arctic System Synthesis: A Consensus Report from the Arctic Research Community

Opportunities and Challenges in Arctic System Synthesis

An Arctic Systems Workshop Organizing Committee has completed Opportunities and Challenges in Arctic System Synthesis: A Consensus Report from the Arctic Research Community.

This report is a product of a set of Community Workshops for Synthesis Studies of the Pan-Arctic/Earth System that took place in 2016 and 2017. The workshops were funded by the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Arctic System Science Program and explored the current state of affairs with respect to Arctic systems science and identified future research opportunities and investments.

Earlier in 2018, a draft of the report was made available for comment from the Arctic research community, and revisions were made in response to comments received. The final report was submitted to NSF and other Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) agencies.

For more information, contact corresponding author Charles Vörösmarty, City University of New York, Charles.Vorosmarty [at] asrc.cuny.edu.

Suggested Citation:

Vorosmarty, C., Rawlins, M., Hinzman, L., Francis, J., Serreze, M., Liljedahl, A., McDonald, K., Piasecki, M. & Rich, R. (2018). Opportunities and Challenges in Arctic System Synthesis: A Consensus Report from the Arctic Research Community. New York, NY. City University of New York.