As the CAO Programme progresses, the science generated will be published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at national and international conferences. The Programme also holds its own CAO events that bring together scientists in the Programme and collaborators to discuss and exchange ideas.
Arctic Science in Policy
Science outputs from the Changing Arctic Ocean contribute to informing evidence-based decision making and policy. One of the key aims of the programme is to understand how the Arctic Ocean functions in a quantitative way, and to use numerical models to identify the range and rate of change in the Arctic,…
Research published in peer-reviewed journals is the primary output of scientific investigation, and serves to highlight key results and new understanding.
Arctic Science at Conferences
Scientists communicate ideas and knowledge in many ways, and one of the most fruitful is presentation at scientific meetings and conferences. Here are listed the important Arctic research conferences, both national and international.
During the lifetime of the Changing Arctic Ocean Programme, regular science and Advisory Group meetings will take place. The science meetings bring together everyone involved in the Programme.