The ARMAP Field Research Projects database has been upgraded — beyond compatibility with FGDC-based metadata standards — with implementation of an ISO metadata standard. A new, public web service (conforming specifically with ISO 19115-1) is now available for improved interoperability and information exchange with other groups at national to international levels.
The ARMAP team will present information on the outcomes of the 2021 User Study during the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union on December 13.
A Community Awareness Survey is open for feedback to better understand the current state of community awareness of the Arctic Research Mapping Application (ARMAP.)
A user study has been initiated to engage a range of representative users to understand current and potential needs. The objective is to focus our efforts to better meet GIS-related needs for the Arctic Program.
The NSF activities animation and select figures were updated for the map gallery.
The ARMAP/AOV Team presented a poster at the Arctic Science Summit Week.