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The ESA Polaris program will guide the development of the next generation of space infrastructure to support both scientific and operational information needs in the rapidly evolving Polar Regions. This study will determine user needs and high-level requirements for the next generation of observing systems for the Polar Regions. From scientists studying climate change impacts to commercial fisheries looking for safe transportation routes through the ice, the study findings will help to develop new space mission concepts for the Polar Regions that will deliver information to address gaps, better meet user needs and help support improved decision making and planning.

Status: Completed

Type: Polar

Tags: infrastructure climate change fisheries development polar technology&innovation

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