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Welcome to CAFF Assessments

Status and Trends in Arctic Biodiversity

CAFF Assessments

CAFF assessments describe the current state of Arctic ecosystems and wildlife using the best available scientific and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK).

Assessments contain the baseline data that can be used in regional and global assessments. They are the fully referenced and independently reviewed collaborative efforts of hundreds of scientific and TEK experts from across the circumpolar region.


Arctic Biodiversity Assessment

Photo: Carsten Egevang/ARC-PIC.com

Arctic Biodiversity Trends 2010

Photo: Carsten Egevang/ARC-PIC.com

Sea Ice Associated Biodiversity

Photo: ilovegreenland/Flickr

Arctic TEEB

Photo: Carsten Egevang/ARC-PIC.com

Protected and Important Areas

Photo: Wild Arctic Pictures/Shutterstock.com



Arctic Species Trend Index

Photo: visceral image/shutterstock.com

Migratory Birds Index

Arctic tern. Photo: Mark Medcalf/Shutterstock.com

Linguistic Diversity

Land Cover Change Index

Land cover change

Protected Areas

Flora Assessments

Photo: jele/shutterstock.com

Seabirds Assessments

Photo: Don Landwehrle

Protected Areas Assessments

Photo: Sander van der Werf/shutterstock.com


Tom Barry CAFF Executive Secretary

Tomb

 

Tom Christensen CBMP co-Chair, Aarhus University

 Tom Christensen

 

Catherine Coon CBMP co-ChairBureau of Ocean Energy Management

 Catherine Coon

 

Sierra Fletcher CBMP Coordinator

Sierra

Sara Nichols CBMP Coordinator

Sara

 

Courtney Price Communications Manager

Courtney

Olga Pálsdóttir Executive Assistant

olga

Kári Fannar Lárusson Programme Manager

kari

 

Hólmgrímur Helgason Data Manager

Hoddi

 


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