Data Science Journal
Online ISSN : 1683-1470
Highlights of the 2013 International Forum on 'Polar Data Activities in Global Data Systems'.
Assembling an Arctic Ocean Boundary Monitoring Array
T Tsubouchi
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2014 Volume 13 Pages PDA72-PDA78

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The Arctic Ocean boundary monitoring array has been maintained over many years by six research institutes located worldwide. Our approach to Arctic Ocean boundary measurements is generating significant scientific outcomes. However, it is not always easy to access Arctic data. On the basis of our last five years’ experience of assembling pan-Arctic boundary data, and considering the success of Argo, I propose that Arctic data policy should be driven by specific scientific-based requirements. Otherwise, it will be hard to implement the International Polar Year data policy. This approach would also help to establish a consensus of future Arctic science.

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