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Record number 537486
Title Enhancing the Saliency of climate services for marine mobility sectors in European Arctic seas (SALIENSEAS) : Stakeholder Advisory Group workshop report
Author(s) Lamers, M.A.J.; Knol, Maaike; Müller, Malte; Blair, Berill; Jeuring, J.H.G.; Rasmussen, Till; Sivle, Anders
Source Wageningen : - 28 p.
Department(s) Environmental Policy
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2018
Abstract SALIENSEAS brings together a team of social and natural scientists, metocean service personnel, and end-users, with the aim to 1). Better understand the mobility patterns, constraints, challenges, decision-making contexts and information needs of end-users in different European Arctic marine sectors; 2). Develop and apply participatory tools for co-producing salient weather and sea ice services with Arctic marine end-users, and 3). Co-develop user-relevant and sector specific weather and sea ice services and dissemination systems dedicated to Arctic marine end-users tailored to key social, environmental and economic needs. This report provides an overview of the activities and discussions that took place during the first SALIENSEAS Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) workshop, held on 25 January 2018 at UiT The Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø, Norway. Participants of the SAG represented a wide variety of perspectives and needs related to maritime activities in the European Arctic, including expedition cruising, ice pilotage, ice breaking, fishing and hunting, and shipping. During this participatory workshop participants reflected on important information needs pertinent to planning and operations in their sectors. The core purpose of the workshop was twofold: 1) to identify the most pressing issues around metocean information availability and access, in terms of sector-specific needs to increase safety and efficiency of operations; and 2) to formulate a plan for efficient and relevant data collection from end users.
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