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    Monograph available for loan
    [s.l.] : Aarhus University, DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy
    Call number: AWI P5-15-0036
    Description / Table of Contents: CONTENTS: PREFACE. - INTERACT PARTNER STATIONS AND INTERACT OBSERVER STATIONS. - ABOUT INTERACT. - INTRODUCTION. - 1 Management planning. - 1.1Introduction to management planning. - 1.2 Master Plan/Strategic Plan and other management planning documents. - 1.2.1Vision and mission statements. - 1.2.2 Conceptual framework for the station. - 1.2.3 Terms of Reference (ToR) for station operations. - 1.2.4Strategy, including Programme and Implementation Plan. - 1.3 Other plans and regulations. - 1.3.1Land Use Plan. - 1.3.2Facility Plan. - 1.3.3 Business Plan / Financial Plan. - 1.3.4 Other relevant plans. - 1.3.5 Policies. - 1.3.6 Description of procedures, rules and recommendations. - 1.4Check lists. - 31.4.1Application handling - check list. - 1.4.2 Visitor information - check list. - 1.4.3 Emergency operations - check lists. - 1.4.6Inventories - check lists. - Key considerations. - Examples. - 2 Policies. - 2.1Introduction. - 2.2 Examples of types of policies. - Key considerations. - Examples. - 3 Staff. - 3.1Organisation, roles and responsibilities. - 3.2 Attracting and keeping good staff. - Key considerations. - Station examples. - 4 Visitors. - 4.1Introduction. - 4.2 Pre-visit phase (application phase). - 4.2.1Communication with potential applicants. - 4.2.2 Important information that can be included in information documents to visitors. - 4.3 Visit phase. - 4.3.1Communication with visitors at the station. - 4.3.2Creating a good work environment at the station. - 4.3.3 Conflict mitigation and mental health problems. - 4.4 Post-visit phase. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 5 Permit issues. - 5.1Introduction. - 5.2 National/regional/local legislation and permits. - 5.3 Communication with authorities and local communities. - 5.4 Application procedures and forms for station access. - 5.4.1Application guidelines for applicants. - 5.4.2 Application handling procedures for station management. - 5.4.3 Application form. - 5.4.4 Permit or user agreement. - 5.5 Communication with applicants. - 5.6 GIS based project management tool developed under INTERACT. - 5.6.1System specification. - 5.6.2Migration - inclusion of additional stations. - 5.6.3 Research on environmental informatics. - 5.6.4Typical development and implementation procedures. - Key considerations. - Examples. - 6Health and safety. - 6.1Introduction. - 6.2 Health and safety policies. - 6.2.1 Health policy - required health status for access to station. - 6.2.2 Under-aged, senior and family policy. - 6.2.3 Insurance policy and disclaimer. - 6.3 Important risks and mitigation measures. - 6.3.1Risk assessment. - 6.3.2Transport - risks and mitigation measures. - 6.3.3 Field work - risks and mitigation measures. - 6.3.4 At station - risks and mitigation measures. - 6.4 Emergency preparedness. - 6.5 Medical facilities. - 6.6 Health and safety training. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 7 Environmental impact. - 7.1Introduction. - 7.2 Legislation and standards. - 7.3 Environmental Impact Assessment. - 7.4 Limiting environmental impacts. - 7.5 Eco-policies. - Key considerations. - 8 Outreach and marketing. - 8.1Introduction. - 8.2 Stakeholders and marketing/outreach mechanisms. - 8.2.1Stakeholder groups - marketing. - 8.2.2Stakeholder groups - outreach. - 8.2.3 Marketing and outreach mechanisms. - 8.3 Developing a marketing and outreach strategy (or a communication strategy). - 8.4 Local involvement/Citizen Science. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 9 Research and monitoring. - 9.1Introduction. - 9.2 Organisational set-up of science and logistics functions. - 9.3 Research and monitoring strategy and working programme. - 9.4 International scientific networks and organisations with an arctic focus. - 9.4.1Arctic Council. - 9.4.2 Multi-disciplinary international organisations and projects. - 9.4.3 Single discipline/parameters networks. - 9.5 International assessments and strategies of relevance to development of science/monitoring strategies. - Key considerations. - Station examples. - 10 Training and education. - 10.1Introduction. - 10.2 Training. - 10.3 Education. - Key considerations. - Examples. - Station examples. - 11Knowledge capture and data management. - 11.1Introduction. - 11.2 Operational data for station management. - 11.3 Research data management. - 11.3.1Introduction to metadata and DOI. - 11.3.2 Data discovery and data publication. - 11.3.3 Data policies. - 11.4 Data-related outreach and education. - 11.5 Formulation of a 'Data Management Plan'. - Key considerations. - APPENDICES. - Appendices, Chapter 1 Management planning. - 1.1 Land Use Plan - Kings Bay logistics company, Svalbard. - 1.2 User information check list - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - Appendices, Chapter 2 Policies (station examples). - 2.1a Environmental policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.1b Environmental policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.2a Ethics policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.2b Ethics policy; alcohol and drugs policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.2c Ethics policy; alcohol and drugs policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - 2.3 Extreme weather/winter operation policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - 2.4a Health and safety policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.4b Health and safety policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.5 Information policy (data and publication sharing policy) - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.6 Sponsorship policy - NERC Arctic Research Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.7 Staff policy - Sverdrup Station, Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. - 2.8a Transport; snow machine/snowmobile use policy - Barrow Arctic Research Center/Barrow Environmental Observatory, Alaska, USA.. - 2.8b Transport; snow machine/snowmobile use policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - 2.9 Under-aged and family policy - Toolik Field Station, Alaska, USA. - Appendices, Chapter 4 Visitors. - 4.1User guide - Sermilik Research Station, Greenland. - 4.2 Permit issues - FINSE Alpine Research Center, Norway. - 4.3 Visitor information - Kolari Research Unit, Finland. - 4.4 Visitor information - Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden. - Appendices, Chapter 5 Permit issues. - 5.1 Application form - Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden. - 5.2 Application form for protected areas - Metsähallitus, Finland. - 5.3 Application form - Finse Alpine Research Center, Norway. - 5.4Application form - Zackenberg Research Station, Greenland. - 5.5 Generalised application form based on best practice examples. - Appendices, Chapter 6 Health and safety. - 6.1Insurance statement, independent groups - Government of Greenland. - 6.2 Insurance statement, self-insured institutions - Government of Greenland. - 6.3 Risk assessment - Sermilik Research Station, Greenland. - 6.4 Declaration of indemnity - Samoylov Research Station/AWI, Russia/Germany. - Appendices, Chapter 7 Environmental management. - 7.1Example of generalised contents from Environmental Impact Assessment. - 7.2 EIA Screening Checklist with thought example (in grey text) - EU. - 7.3 Environmental impact and mitigation measures for research station operations. - Appendices, Chapter 9 Research and monitoring. - 9.1Example of research and monitoring strategy and working programme contents - Greenland Ecosystem Monitoring. - 9.2 Example of monitored variables - Abisko Scientific Research Station, Sweden. - Appendices, Chapter 11 Knowledge capture and data management. - 11.1 Development of local data capture and storing mechanism. - INDEX.
    Description / Table of Contents: INTERACT is a one-stop shop for access to research infrastructures in the Arctic and in alpine areas of the Northern Hemisphere. The main objective of INTERACT is to build capacity for identifying, understanding, predicting and responding to changes throughout the wide environmental and land-use envelopes of the Arctic and alpine areas of the Northern Hemisphere. The INTERACT network of field stations provides a unique platform for terrestrial sciences and the network hosts and operates top level research and monitoring projects and programmes within a wide range of scientific disciplines. This book is about management of arctic and northern alpine research stations. In the book, INTERACT's station managers share their knowledge and experiences gained from managing a set of very different research stations in very different environmental and climatic settings. The target audience for the book is mainly managers of research stations in arctic and alpine areas, but it is the hope that it will also be a useful tool for others being involved in science coordination and logistics, for example research institutions, chief scientists and expedition planners.
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 324 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9788793129092
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    Monograph available for loan
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    [Aarhus] : Aarhus University, DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy
    Call number: AWI P5-20-93484
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 189 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: third edition
    ISBN: 978-87-93129-15-3
    Language: English
    Note: INTERACT STATIONS SVALBARD, NORWAY 1 AWIPEV Arctic Research base 2 CNR Arctic Station "Dirigibile ltalia" 3 Ny-Ålesund Research Station- Sverdrup 4 UK Arctic Research Station 5 Netherlands' Arctic Station 6 Adam Mickiewicz University Polar Station - Petuniabukta 7 Czech Arctic Research Station of Josef Svoboda 8 Polish Polar Station, Hornsund NORWAY 9 Finse Alpine Research Centre 10 Nibio Svanhovd Research Station SWEDEN 11 Svartberget Research Station 12 Tarfala Research Station 13 Abisko Scientific Research Station FINLAND 14 Kilpisjarvi Biological Station 15 Pallas-Sodankyla Stations 16 Kolari Research Unit 17 Hyytiälä Forest Research Station 18 Kainuu Fisheries Research Station 19 Oulanka Research Station 20 Varrio Subarctic Research Station 21 Kevo Subarctic Research Station SWITZERLAND 22 Alpine Research and Education Station Furka AUSTRIA 23 Station Hintereis 24 Sonnblick Observatory CZECH REPUBLIC 25 Krkonose Mountains National Park POLAND 26 Karkonosze Mountains National Park 27 M&M Klapa Research Station RUSSIA 28 Lammin-Suo Peatland Station 29 Khibiny Educational and Scientific Station 30 The Arctic Research Station 31 Mukhrino Field Station 32 Numto Park Station 33 Khanymey Research Station 34 Beliy Island Research Station 35 Willem Barentsz Biological Station 36 lgarka Geocryology Laboratory 37 Kajbasovo Research Staton 38 Aktru Research Station 39 Evenkian Field Station 40 International Ecological Educational Center "lstomino" 41 Research Station Samoylov Island 42 Spasskaya Pad Scientific Forest Station 43 Elgeeii Scientific Forest station 44 Chokurdakh Scientific Tundra Station 45 Orotuk Field Station 46 AvachinskyVolcano Field Station 47 North-East Science Station 48 Meinypil'gyno Community Based Biological Station KYRGYZ REPUBLIC 49 Adygine Research Station ALASKA 50 Barrow Arctic Research Center/Barrow Environmental Observatory 51 Toolik Field Station CANADA 52 Kluane Lake Research Station 53 Western Arctic Research Centre 54 Canadian High Arctic Research Station 55 M'Clintock Channel Polar Research Cabins 56 Churchill Northern Studies Centre 57 Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station 58 Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory 59 CEN Ward Hunt Island Research Station 60 CEN Bylot Island Field Station 61 lgloolik Research Center 62 CEN Salluit Research Station 63 CEN Boniface River Field Station 64 CEN Umiujaq Research Station 65 CEN Whapmagoostui-Kuujjuarapik Research Station 66 CEN Radisson Ecological Research Station 67 CEN Clearwater Lake Research Station 68 Nunavut Research Institute 69 CEN Kangiqsualujjuaq Sukuijarvik Research Station 70 Uapishka Research Station 71 Labrador Institute Research Station GREENLAND 72 DMI Geophysical Observatory- Qaanaaq 73 Arctic Station 74 Arctic DTU, ARTEK Research Station 75 Greenland Institute of Natural Resources 76 Sermilik Research Station 77 Summit Station 78 EGRIP Field Station 79 Zackenberg Research Station 80 Villum Research Station ICELAND 81 Sudurnes Science and Learning Center 82 Litla-Skard 83 China-lceland Arctic Observatory 84 Rif Field Station 85 Skálanes Nature and Heritage Center FAROE ISLANDS 86 Faroe Islands Nature Investigation SCOTLAND 87 ECN Cairngorms
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    Aarhus : DCE - Danish Centre for Enviroment and Energy, Aarhus University
    Call number: M 14.0154 ; AWI P5-14-0039
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 192 S. : überw. farb. Ill., graph. Darst.
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9788792825582
    Location: Upper compact magazine
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    [Roskilde] : DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University
    Call number: AWI P5-19-92578
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 148 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: First edition
    ISBN: 978-87-93129-13-9
    Language: English
    Note: CONTENTS ABOUT THE AUTHORS PREFACE FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF POLAR EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS PREFACE FROM THE INTERACT STATION MANAGERS’ FORUM ABOUT INTERACT ABOUT APECS INTERACT STATIONS INTRODUCTION 1. Getting started – Outlining your field project 1.1 Scientific rationale and objectives 1.2 Methods and data requirements 1.3 What scientific equipment will you need? 1.4 Study site(s) 1.5 Risk assessment 1.5.1 Risk identification 1.5.2 Risk assessment 1.5.3 Risk mitigation 1.5.4 Contingency plans 1.6 Time schedules 1.6.1 Logistical organisation 1.6.2 Fieldwork activities 1.7 Project budget 1.8 Data and sample management 1.8.1 Data management plan 1.8.2 Sample labelling 1.8.3 Field instrumentation 1.9 Environmental compliance 1.10 Output Chapter resources 2. Further planning – Practicalities and legal issues 2.1 Applying for access to the station 2.2 Transport to the station and conditions for visiting 2.2.1 Access to the station 2.2.2 Conditions for visiting 2.3 Visas and permits required by national authorities 2.3.1 Visas 2.3.2 Permits 2.4 Working with local communities 2.5 Equipment transport 2.6 Checklists and equipment 2.6.1 Checklists 2.6.2 Personal clothing 2.7 Import and export regulations 2.7.1 Import and export permits 2.7.2 Transporting hazardous goods 2.7.3 Handling cooled and frozen materials 2.8 Insurance 2.9 Check-ups and chronical illness 2.10 Training activities 2.11 Financial and other administrative issues 2.12 Final checks before leaving Chapter resources 3. Safety 3.1 General safety guidelines 3.2 Safety barriers 3.2.1 Knowledge, experience, and skills 3.2.2 Attitude and culture 3.2.3 Judgement and leadership 3.2.4 Trip plan 3.3 Education and training 3.4 Health and first aid 3.4.1 Medicine and chronic illness 3.4.2 First aid 3.5 Transport 3.5.1 Aircraft 3.5.2 Boats 3.5.3 Snowmobiles 3.5.4 Vehicles (Automobiles and ATV’s) 3.6 Risks at the station 3.6.1 Fire 3.6.2 In the kitchen 3.6.3 Electricity 3.6.4 Hygiene 3.6.5 Laboratory work and chemicals 3.6.6 Workshops and equipment use 3.7 Risks in the field and at the camp 3.7.1 Field camps 3.7.2 Cooking and water treatment 3.7.3 Firearms 3.7.4 Extreme activities 3.8 Natural hazards 3.8.1 Weather change 3.8.2 Glacier fieldwork 3.8.3 Snow avalanches and cornice falls 3.8.4 Steep terrain: Rock avalanches, rock falls, and mud slides 3.8.5 Sea-ice or frozen lakes and rivers 3.8.6 River crossings 3.8.7 Wildlife 3.9 Means of communication 3.9.1 Fieldwork plans and sign in/out boards 3.9.2 Routine calls 3.9.3 Non-routine calls 3.9.4 Emergency calls 3.10 Safety equipment 3.10.1 Communication equipment 3.10.2 Navigation equipment 3.10.3 Clothing 3.10.4 Field camp equipment 3.10.5 Specific safety equipment 3.11 Emergency preparedness Chapter resources 4. Arrival at the station and your time in the field 4.1 Getting to know your team 4.2 Arrival at the station 4.3 Working at field sites 4.4 In case something does not go according to plan 4.4.1 Handling delays 4.4.2 Handling conflicts 4.4.3 Harassment and discrimination 4.5 Environmental considerations 4.5.1 Pollution prevention 4.5.2 Waste management 4.5.3 Reducing energy use 4.5.4 Respect protected areas, fauna, and flora 4.6 Working with local communities 4.7 Communication with the outside world 4.8 Leaving the field Chapter resources 5. After fieldwork 5.1 Reporting to the station, funders, and local communities 5.2 Data preservation, backup, and submission APPENDICES Appendix A: Checklists Appendix B: Equipment lists Appendix C: Health risks
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    Publication Date: 2018-04-30
    Description: The International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic (INTERACT) is a EU Horizon 2020 funded infrastructure project seeking to provide a geographically comprehensive infrastructure for arctic and high altitude research stations. The overall objective of the project is to facilitate the identification of environmental and ecological change, the understanding of change and prediction of future changes. The second phase of the project commenced October 2016. One of the major tasks in the project is to create a coordinated and unified data management approach that would optimize potential future reuse, sharing, and guarantee data and metadata stewardship and preservation. Herein we present the preliminary plan to carry out this objective by focusing on four principles: Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability (FAIR). Currently, 79 sites in arctic and northern alpine areas are part of the INTERACT network. Data collected at these stations are from different scientific disciplines, e.g. geo-sciences (including the atmosphere and cryosphere), hydrology, biology, ecology, and to some extent anthropology. These data are generated as a result of monitoring activities or short term projects. A survey of data management practices in INTERACT was conducted at the beginning of the project. The main finding is that data management at INTERACT stations is highly heterogeneous. In order to establish a unified view on all the data collected by INTERACT stations and through this show the benefit of INTERACT, interoperability at the discovery metadata and data levels is required. The first step towards this is taken through a Data Management Plan (DMP) which is identifying the general principles, common standards to apply and data dissemination principles. The DMP for INTERACT is a living document oriented towards international data management frameworks like World Meteorological Organization Information System (utilized by e.g. Global Cryosphere Watch, Global Atmosphere Watch), and aligned with the activities of the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) and Sustaining Arctic Observing Network (SAON) Arctic Arctic Data Committee (ADC). INTERACT emphasizes long term data preservation (as promoted by ICSU-WDS), community driven best practices (e.g. RDA), and the principles outlined by the ADC, that promote free, ethically open, sustained, and timely access to Arctic data. This approach should provide easy integration with the H2020 Open Research Data Pilot, and ensure data access to a variety of stakeholders (e.g. ESA DUE, GlobPermafrost, etc.). The initial data management effort focuses on discovery metadata, utilizing internationally accepted standards, protocols and vocabularies, ensuring the interoperability with international systems and frameworks, and the preservation of scientific legacy. Datasets will be documented using the Global Change Master Directory/Directory Interchange Format or ISO19115 standards. To provide interoperability at the data level, long term archival of data across different national repositories with long term mandates in self-explaining file formats (e.g. NetCDF, HDF/HDF5) is envisioned eventually. Therefore, our goal is to establish a unified approach to metadata and data generated by stations in the INTERACT network. This will be beneficial for scientific purposes, but also for monitoring activities. The latter is particularly important as Arctic monitoring to a large degree rely on the effort of the scientific community.
    Repository Name: EPIC Alfred Wegener Institut
    Type: Conference , NonPeerReviewed
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    Publication Date: 2017-01-23
    Print ISSN: 0044-7447
    Electronic ISSN: 1654-7209
    Topics: Energy, Environment Protection, Nuclear Power Engineering
    Published by Springer on behalf of Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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    Publication Date: 2019-11-12
    Description: The Circumpolar North has been changing rapidly within the last decades, and the socioeconomic systems of the Eurasian Arctic and Siberia in particular have displayed the most dramatic changes. Here, anthropogenic drivers of environmental change such as migration and industrialization are added to climate-induced changes in the natural environment such as permafrost thawing and increased frequency of extreme events. Understanding and adapting to both types of changes are important to local and indigenous peoples in the Arctic and for the wider global community due to transboundary connectivity. As local and indigenous peoples, decision-makers and scientists perceive changes and impacts differently and often fail to communicate efficiently to respond to changes adequately, we convened a meeting of the three groups in Salekhard in 2017. The outcomes of the meeting include perceptions of how the three groups each perceive the main issues affecting health and well-being and recommendations for working together better.
    Print ISSN: 0044-7447
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    Topics: Energy, Environment Protection, Nuclear Power Engineering
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    Publication Date: 2017-01-23
    Print ISSN: 0044-7447
    Electronic ISSN: 1654-7209
    Topics: Energy, Environment Protection, Nuclear Power Engineering
    Published by Springer on behalf of Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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