Paul Henning Krogh

The Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program Terrestrial Plan

Publication: CommissionedPoster

  • Tom Christensen
  • J. Payne
    J. PayneDenmark
  • M. Doyle
    M. DoyleDenmark
  • G. Ibarguchi
    G. IbarguchiDenmark
  • J. Taylor
    J. TaylorDenmark
  • N. M. Schmidt
  • M. Gill
    M. Gill
  • M. Svoboda
    M. SvobodaDenmark
  • M. Aronsson
    M. AronssonDenmark
  • C. Behe
    C. BeheDenmark
  • C. Buddle
    C. Buddle
  • C. Cuyler
    C. Cuyler
  • A.M. Fosaa
    A.M. FosaaDenmark
  • A.D Fox
  • S. Heiðmarsson
    S. HeiðmarssonDenmark
  • Paul Henning Krogh
  • Jesper Madsen
  • D. McLennan
    D. McLennanDenmark
  • J. Nymand
    J. NymandDenmark
  • C. Rosa
    C. RosaDenmark
  • J. Salmela
    J. SalmelaDenmark
  • R. Shuchman
    R. ShuchmanDenmark
  • M. Soloviev
    M. SolovievDenmark
  • M. Wedege
    M. WedegeDenmark
The Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), the biodiversity working group of the Arctic Council, established the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP) to address the need for coordinated and standardized monitoring of Arctic environments in terrestrial, marine, freshwater and coastal environments. The CBMP Terrestrial Plan is a framework to focus and coordinate monitoring of terrestrial biodiversity across the Arctic. The goal of the plan is to improve the collective ability of Arctic traditional knowledge (TK) holders, northern communities, and scientists to detect, understand and report on long-term change in Arctic terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity, and to identify knowledge gaps and priorities. This poster will outline the key management questions the plan aims to address and the proposed nested, multi-scaled approach linking targeted, research based monitoring with survey-based monitoring and remotely sensed data. The CBMP Terrestrial Plan intends to build upon and expand existing monitoring networks, engaging participants across a range of capacity and interests. The poster will also summarize the recommended focal ecosystem components and attributes to monitor in the plan related to the core biotic groups: birds, mammals, vegetation and invertebrates.
Original languageEnglish
Publication year9 Dec 2013
StatePublished - 9 Dec 2013
EventArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting 2013 - Halifax, Canada

Conference

ConferenceArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting 2013
LocationThe World Trade and Convention Centre
CountryCanada
CityHalifax
Period09/12/201313/12/2013

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