Join the conversation April 1-2 in Anchorage. This workshop is part of an AOOSâ€“Alaska Sea Grant initiative to develop guidance in (1) supporting community participation in data collection and observing networks, and (2) using high-quality scientific data in resource management and policy.
The STAMP project (Spatial Tools for Arctic Mapping & Planning) is hosting a 1-day stakeholder meeting in Anchorage on April 16. The mission of STAMP is to create a data tool to help managers, planners, and researchers effectively access and use data for decision making in the northern Bering and Chukchi region.
The workshop will introduce the tool and ways it can be applied in Alaska, provide case studies where decision support tools have been successful outside Alaska, and determine a path forward for advancing decision support tools and analysis in Alaska. Travel funding is available. Please RSVP by March 14 to email@example.com.
The 10th Anniversary of AOOS!
That's right. Your very own ocean observing system turned 10 in 2014. It has been an adventure-filled journey and we've appreciated your support.
Want to help celebrate?
Check out the 10th Anniversary Highlights fact corner on the AOOS homepage