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Managing the Antarctic Environment: From Observations to Policy, A Workshop Report

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Title: Managing the Antarctic Environment: From Observations to Policy, A Workshop Report
Contributors: Jezek, Kenneth C.; Tipton-Everett, Lynn
Keywords: Antarctica -- Environmental Policies
Antarctica -- Workshop
Remote Sensing -- Antarctica
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Byrd Polar Research Center, The Ohio State University
Citation: Jezek, Kenneth C. and Tipton-Everett, Lynn, editors. 1995. Managing the Antarctic Enviroment: From Observations to Policy, A Workshop Report. Byrd Polar Research Center Report No. 12, Byrd Polar Research Center, The Ohio State University, 42 pages.
Series/Report no.: Byrd Polar Research Center Report. No. 12
Abstract: A workshop entitled "Managing the Antarctic Environment From Observations to Policy" was convened at the Byrd Polar Research Center of The Ohio State University on July 10-12, 1995. The primary objectives of the workshop were to review the status of environmental policies currently applied to Antarctica, to identify key physical, chemical and biological variables that can serve as indicators of human impacts and to identify requirements that spaceborne sensors must meet to be usefully applied as Antarctic environmental monitoring tools. An additional objective was to explore how remote sensing data must be manipulated in order to be useful to policy makers. Over 50 participants with expertise in Antarctic policy, science, and commercial enterprises attended the meeting, This report summarizes the findings of eight panels which addressed policy issues, the marine and terrestrial environments, science support, tourism,human impact, and remote sensing.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/47925
ISSN: 0896-2472
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