Developing and Sustaining an Arctic Ocean Observing System
The Global Ocean Observing System (‘GOOS’) has been in existence for over a decade. During this first decade, GOOS was primarily a planning exercise, developing observational strategies and the international governance structures required to facilitate multi-national ownership and development of the system.
KeywordsArctic Ocean Planning Exercise Coastal Inundation Observational Strategy Surface Vector Wind
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