Canada's far north is subject to numerous surveys, studies and reports looking at its fragile landscape, wildlife, weather, and the impact of climate change. Searching through this information for a specific piece of data can be time-consuming and frustrating.
ArcticConnect is bringing together valuable Arctic research and sensor data, publications, photographs and even artwork, to be accessed from a single, online user portal.
This Arctic web mapping system will provide a geographically accurate source of environmental data through a user-friendly interface that can be used by scientists and citizens alike.
- Arctic Institute of North America
- University of Calgary, Department of Geomatics Engineering
- CANARIE (major funder)
- Cybera (project manager)
How will the map work?
The network-enabled Web Map will provide accurate and customizable Arctic maps, updated with undistorted geographic visualizations showing the latest observations.
What will ArcticConnect provide?
- A single online resource for sharing natural and cultural Arctic data
- The ability to do keyword or geospatial searches for data
- A publicly available app to enable anyone to upload and share their environmental monitoring information
Want to find out more? Contact Cybera's project management team