ELOKA is currently working with several projects by providing advice and services to meet their data management needs and goals. Several of these projects are well on their way to having data management systems in place, while others are in the proposal or early project stages. ELOKA supports local and traditional knowledge and community-based monitoring projects through all levels of development, from the earliest ideas, to working with final results. Once projects have a system in place to protect, preserve, and share their data, you can find it on the ELOKA Community Data page. If you are interested in learning how ELOKA can support your project, contact us.
ArcticNet is a network of scientists and researchers working with Inuit partner organizations and community members, as well as agencies in the federal, provincial, and private sectors. While these individuals come from myriad backgrounds, their common focus is to study the impacts of climate change in the coastal Canadian Arctic.
Learn all about the International Polar Year (IPY) scientific program and the vast array of projects associated with IPY.