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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); starting in early 2009 the issues have been published online. Witness has over 8,700 subscribers.
With the Spring 2009 issue, ARCUS changed the format of Witness the Arctic. To provide more frequent updates and reduce printing and mailing costs and associated environmental impacts, the newsletter is now distributed online in three or four shorter issues per year, depending on newsworthy events.
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Witness Community Highlights
Witness Community Highlights is an online publication launched in May 2017 to complement the regular publications of Witness the Arctic. It was developed in response to community feedback identifying the need for a monthly publication to highlight 1–2 Arctic research efforts and other timely items of interest to our readers. Community Highlights is distributed monthly via our Witness the Arctic mailing list of over 8,700 subscribers.
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Executive Director: Dr. Robert Rich
Contributors: S. Bartholow, N. Bauer, J. Danielson, T. Dickinson, L. Everett, M. Jeffries, A. Kerttula, M. Kuperberg, A. Larson, B. Myers, J. Overland, R. Rich, J. Richter-Menge, L. Sheffield-Guy, S. Starkweather, K. Timm, B. Turner-Bogren, J. Warburton, H. Wiggins
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