The project is a collaboration among the US Geological Survey, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and the University of Colorado. It is funded by the National Science Foundation's Navigating the New Arctic Program. Funded in 2020, the project is guided by an Indigenous Advisory Council and focuses on Arctic rivers in Alaska and Canada and the Yukon River drainage. Accomplishments so far include development of the Arctic Rivers Knowledge Co-production Protocols, development of a public engagement plan and webinar series, and organization of an Arctic Rivers Summit to be held 6–8 December 2022.
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