The aim of this session is to introduce Digital Earth to the sustainable development of the Arctic - boreal regions. Digital Earth is an integrated base for Digital Nature and Environment, Digital Economics, and Digital Humanities. Socio-economic changes are connected to the energy use and energy policy of the region. The energy use is connected to the emissions and changing the climate. Quantitative information on socio-economic parameters and observations of the environment and atmospheric composition is needed for the process understanding of the Arctic futures. Session organized is in collaboration with Pan-Eurasian Experiment Program, IEAS, ERAPLANET - iCUPE programs.
1.6 Digital Earth impacts on pan-Eurasian research projects in the Arctic
Convenor: Hanna Lappalainen (University of Helsinki), Tuukka Petäjä (University of Helsinki), Vladimir Tikunov (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
Presentation type: Mixed session with presentations and panel
Status: Open for Abstract Submissions