1400-1415 Introduction and presentation of the participants. S. Sandven, NERSC
1415-1530 Work on hazards, natural resources, and community-based observing.
- Alaska: Olivia Lee (UAF)
- Greenland: Martin R. Nielsen, (UC), and
- Russia: Martin Enghoff, Finn Danielsen (NORDECO).
10 min presentations and questions:
- Can coastal hazard observing by community members improve safety practice in Alaska?
- Can statistical models with local knowledge improve the practice of quota-setting in fisheries in Greenland?
- Can the practice of community-based monitoring contribute to protecting rights of Indigenous Peoples to utilization of natural resources in Russia?
- Can shared practices on coastal hazard observing support community needs for adaptation planning?
1600-1645 Work in Svalbard, with focus collaboration with cultural heritage research and collaboration with tourist operators and the local community members. Short presentations (6-8 min) by
- Lisbeth Iversen, NERSC: Introduction to CAPARDUS activities in Svalbard
- Vibeke Vandrup Martens, NIKU: CULTCOAST – cultural heritage research in Svalbard
- Troels Jacobsen, AECO: AECO activities in Svalbard
- Anatoly Sinitsyn, SINTEF: short presentation of Polar Climate and Cultural Heritage project
1645-1730 Arctic Practices System – Use and Benefits of Arctic Practices in Observing, Data Management and Applications. Presentation and discussion of a White paper by Jay Pearlman et al.,
1730-1750 Invited presentation from ICES (Jörn Schmidt)
Presentations form the session are available at https://capardus.nersc.no/node/92