Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan: Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program

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Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan : Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program. / Christensen, Tom; Payne, J.; Doyle, M.; Ibarguchi, G.; Taylor, J.; Schmidt, N.M.; Gill, M.; Svoboda, M.; Aronsson, M.; Behe, C.; Buddle, C.; Cuyler, C.; Fosaa, A.M.; Fox, A.D.; Heiðmarsson, S.; Krogh, Paul Henning; Madsen, J.; McLennan, D.; Nymand, J.; Rosa, C.; Salmela, J.; Shuchman, R.; Soloviev, M.; Wedege, M.

Akureyri : CAFF International Secretariat, 2013. 163 p. (CAFF Monitoring Series Report; No. 7).

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Harvard

Christensen, T, Payne, J, Doyle, M, Ibarguchi, G, Taylor, J, Schmidt, NM, Gill, M, Svoboda, M, Aronsson, M, Behe, C, Buddle, C, Cuyler, C, Fosaa, AM, Fox, AD, Heiðmarsson, S, Krogh, PH, Madsen, J, McLennan, D, Nymand, J, Rosa, C, Salmela, J, Shuchman, R, Soloviev, M & Wedege, M 2013, Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan: Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program. CAFF Monitoring Series Report, no. 7, CAFF International Secretariat, Akureyri.

APA

Christensen, T., Payne, J., Doyle, M., Ibarguchi, G., Taylor, J., Schmidt, N. M., ... Wedege, M. (2013). Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan: Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program. Akureyri: CAFF International Secretariat. CAFF Monitoring Series Report, No. 7

CBE

Christensen T, Payne J, Doyle M, Ibarguchi G, Taylor J, Schmidt NM, Gill M, Svoboda M, Aronsson M, Behe C, Buddle C, Cuyler C, Fosaa AM, Fox AD, Heiðmarsson S, Krogh PH, Madsen J, McLennan D, Nymand J, Rosa C, Salmela J, Shuchman R, Soloviev M, Wedege M 2013. Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan: Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program. Akureyri: CAFF International Secretariat. 163 p. (CAFF Monitoring Series Report; No. 7).

MLA

Christensen, Tom et al. Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan: Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program Akureyri: CAFF International Secretariat. 2013. (CAFF Monitoring Series Report; Journal number 7).

Vancouver

Christensen T, Payne J, Doyle M, Ibarguchi G, Taylor J, Schmidt NM et al. Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan: Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program. Akureyri: CAFF International Secretariat, 2013. 163 p. (CAFF Monitoring Series Report; No. 7).

Author

Christensen, Tom ; Payne, J. ; Doyle, M. ; Ibarguchi, G. ; Taylor, J. ; Schmidt, N.M. ; Gill, M. ; Svoboda, M. ; Aronsson, M. ; Behe, C. ; Buddle, C. ; Cuyler, C. ; Fosaa, A.M. ; Fox, A.D. ; Heiðmarsson, S. ; Krogh, Paul Henning ; Madsen, J. ; McLennan, D. ; Nymand, J. ; Rosa, C. ; Salmela, J. ; Shuchman, R. ; Soloviev, M. ; Wedege, M. / Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan : Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program. Akureyri : CAFF International Secretariat, 2013. 163 p. (CAFF Monitoring Series Report; No. 7).

Bibtex

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abstract = "The Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), the biodiversity working group of the Arctic Council, established theCircumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP) to address the need for coordinated and standardized monitoringof Arctic environments. The CBMP includes an international network of scientists, conservation organizations, governmentagencies, Permanent Participants Arctic community experts and leaders. Using an ecosystem-based monitoring approachwhich includes species, ecological functions, ecosystems, their interactions, and potential drivers, the CBMP focuses ondeveloping and implementing long-term plans for monitoring the integrity of Arctic biomes: terrestrial, marine, freshwater,and coastal (under development) environments.The CBMP Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group (CBMP-TEMG) has developed the Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity Monitoring Plan(CBMP-Terrestrial Plan/the Plan) as the framework for coordinated, long-term Arctic terrestrial biodiversity monitoring. Thegoal of the CBMP-Terrestrial Plan is to improve the collective ability of Arctic traditional knowledge (TK) holders, northerncommunities, and scientists to detect, understand and report on long-term change in Arctic terrestrial ecosystems andbiodiversity. The CBMP-Terrestrial Plan aims to address these priority management questions:1. What are the status, distribution, and conditions of terrestrial focal species, populations, communities, andlandscapes/ecosystems and key processes/functions occurring in the Arctic?2. How and where are these terrestrial focal species, populations, communities, and landscapes/ecosystems and keyprocesses/functions changing?3. What and how are the primary environmental and anthropogenic drivers influencing changes in biodiversity andecosystem function?4. Where are the areas of high ecological importance including, for example, resilient and vulnerable areas (related tothe FECs) and where are drivers having the greatest impact?",
author = "Tom Christensen and J. Payne and M. Doyle and G. Ibarguchi and J. Taylor and N.M. Schmidt and M. Gill and M. Svoboda and M. Aronsson and C. Behe and C. Buddle and C. Cuyler and A.M. Fosaa and A.D. Fox and S. Hei{\dh}marsson and Krogh, {Paul Henning} and J. Madsen and D. McLennan and J. Nymand and C. Rosa and J. Salmela and R. Shuchman and M. Soloviev and M. Wedege",
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AU - Taylor, J.

AU - Schmidt, N.M.

AU - Gill, M.

AU - Svoboda, M.

AU - Aronsson, M.

AU - Behe, C.

AU - Buddle, C.

AU - Cuyler, C.

AU - Fosaa, A.M.

AU - Fox, A.D.

AU - Heiðmarsson, S.

AU - Krogh, Paul Henning

AU - Madsen, J.

AU - McLennan, D.

AU - Nymand, J.

AU - Rosa, C.

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