This National Science Foundation-funded project is documenting Indigenous placenames and knowledge in the Bering Sea Coastal Region. ELOKA has partnered with this project to help develop a data management strategy for the knowledge collected, ensuring it is preserved and shared in ways meaningful to the communities involved.
Visit the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Web site The Arctic for a closer look at "one of the world's most biologically productive and diverse environments."
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), the Biodiversity Working Group of the Arctic Council, uses traditional ecological knowledge of local and Indigenous people to aid in their assessment of Arctic biodiversity, and to further promote sustainability of Arctic resources.
ELOKA is a collaborative international effort; the Web site is hosted by the National Snow and Ice Data Center. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org