Stakeholders Interested in Projections of Future Sea Level

The Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH) is a U.S. program, funded by the National Science Foundation with a mission to provide a foundation of Arctic change science to policy makers and the public through collaboration with the research community, funding agencies, and other stakeholders. One way we do so is to bring scientists and knowledge holders together work on pressing research questions, and to provide a framework for them to work with one another.

The loss of land ice in the Arctic is one such area that affects coastal regions around the world. The Land Ice Action Team is the group tasked by SEARCH to identify how to improve delivery of scientific knowledge to stakeholders who need "actionable information".

We are seeking your input through the two survey questions below. Please provide responses by Monday, November 21st. For questions please contact Lisa Sheffield Guy at lisa [at] arcus.org.

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