International Study of Arctic Change (ISAC)
as a long-term, multidisciplinary programme to study the effects of environmental changes. Initiated 2003 by C-XD1606 - International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) and U-XE2011 - Arctic Ocean Sciences Board (AOSB). Serves as an IASC network.
Observe and understand the characteristics of the entire Arctic System, including the social domain and its responses to change so as to develop the best adaptation and mitigation strategies to counteract negative effects due to greenhouse warming and other anthropogenic activities, as well as to changes caused by natural variability affecting the region.
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Science Steering Group. ISAC International Program Office, Stockholm (Sweden), headed by Executive Director.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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