Tracking recent environmental changes, with 12 essays prepared by an international team of 82 researchers from 13 different countries and an independent peer review organized by the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme of the Arctic Council. #NOAA #ArcticReportCard
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The Arctic is increasingly warmer, less frozen, and wetter, with regional extremes in weather, climate patterns, and ecosystem responses. Centering locally and internationally-focused partnerships, long-term observations, and equitable climate solutions provides Arctic communities and nations as well as society-at-large with information and mechanisms to cope with a rapidly changing Arctic.
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