About the Arctic Theme Page
The Arctic Theme Page is a rich and comprehensive resource linking to widely distributed data and information, from research institutions throughout the world, focused on the Arctic. Available information includes relevant data, graphics, and forecasts, including historical perspectives and in-depth analyses. Also included are a selection of Essays by Arctic experts on key issues in the Arctic. The audience for the Arctic Theme Page is wide, including scientists, students, teachers, decision makers and the general public.
The Arctic Theme Page was sponsored by NOAA's Arctic Research Program and developed at NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory. The Arctic Theme Page was developed by Eugene Burger, Tracey Nakamura, and Ruth Curl, and is coordinated by Nancy Soreide. Dr. James E. Overland (NOAA/PMEL) and John Calder (NOAA/ARO) are the science advisors for the website. Other NOAA Arctic websites sponsored by NOAA's Arctic Research Program:
- The Arctic Research Program website - Programmatic information
- The Arctic Science Laboratory website - NOAA Arctic capabilities and science
- The Arctic Theme Page - Comprehensive Arctic resource for science and outreach
- The Arctic Report Card - Tracking the Arctic environment - updated annually
- Near Realtime Arctic Change Indicators
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