ACCER identified ten priority collaborative opportunities, and many of these have developed into subcommittees or working groups.
- ADIwg: The Alaska Data Integration Working Group (ADIwg) was formed to examine and address the technical barriers to efficiently integrate and share data within and among participating organizations. ADIwg evolved from, and supports the common interests of, the North Slope Science Initiative Oversight Group (NSSI), Alaska Ocean Observing System Board (AOOS), the Arctic Research Mapping Application (ARMAP), North Pacific Research Board (NPRB), the Alaska Climate Change Executive Roundtable (ACCER), and their member agencies. Learn more about ADIwg
- AHTwg: The Alaska Hydrography Technical Working Group (AHTWG) is a committee charted under the Alaska Climate Change Executive Roundtable that is focused on the coordination of current and future surface water hydrography mapping in Alaska. AHTWG is comprised of six federal and three State of Alaska agencies and the University of Alaska, plus invited technical advisors. The AHTWG steering committee meets quarterly with smaller, focus groups meeting in special sessions. Learn more about AHTwg
- ALTMwg: The mission of the Alaska Long Term Monitoring Working Group (ALTMwg) is to create and maintain a community for building an interdisciplinary knowledge on long term monitoring activities in Alaska to identify opportunities and remove obstacles to integrating existing and future long term monitoring efforts in order to better understand and manage the effects and impacts of climate change across jurisdictional boundaries. Learn more about ALTMwg
(link to ALTMwg Scope and Structure paper)