ArcticXchange service will explore how climate predictions can inform the planning and management practices of reindeer herders
The ArcticXchange service is funded by the EU-PolarNet 2 project in the scope of the European Polar Research Programme needs.
The ArcticXchange service is led by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) in Spain, in partnership with the Arctic Centre in the University of Lapland, Finland. It has the objective to co-produce knowledge that will benefit the adaptation and decision-making of Arctic reindeer herding communities in the context of climate change.
ArcticXchange partners will co-develop a case study for reindeer husbandry in Finnish Lapland which will explore how climate predictions for the next weeks and months can inform the planning and management practices of reindeer herders.