|Abstract||Arctic Scholar enables researchers, educators, interested private sector entities, government agencies, and the general public to access and share arctic data and information contained in assorted formats including publications, grey literature, research licenses, photo archives, field notes, and project metadata from arctic field stations. It is a component of the ArcticConnect project, a collaboration between the Arctic Institute of North America, the University of Calgary, CANARIE, and Cybera.
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