The Horizon 2020 INTAROS project general assembly will take place in Helsinki. The INTegrated ARctic Observation System (INTAROS) is a five-year European Commission project aiming to help build an efficient integrated Arctic Observation System (iAOS) by extending, improving and unifying existing systems in the different regions of the Arctic. EuroGOOS is partner in the project responsible for delivering recommendations on the system requirements (through an interface with stakeholders spanning science, policy and industry), developing a business case and an economic benefits analysis, and contributing to the international OceanObs conference 2019.
Project work packages and steering group will meet back to back during the general assembly’s week. Erik Buch will represent EuroGOOS.