WP1 Stakeholder Needs and Network CoordinationPenelope Wagner
T1.1 Maritime and Research Sector NeedsPenelope Wagner
T1.2 Community-based Observing and Societal NeedsTero Mustonen
T1.3 Climate and Weather Forecasting NeedsHelge Goessling
T1.4: Overall assessment of stakeholder needsPenelope Wagner
WP2 – Polar Regions provision in Copernicus ServicesGilles Garric
T2.1 Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS)Marko Scholze
T2.2 Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS).Gilles Garric
WP3 – Identification of research and capacity gapsCarolina Gabarró
T3.1 In situ observing systems.Jeremy Wilkinson
T3.2 New and novel in-situ and airborne observation sensors and techniques.Nick Hughes
T3.3 Space-based capability.Carolina Gabarro
T3.4 Integration and assimilation through Quantitative Network Design (QND).Thomas Kaminski
WP4 – Improved sea-ice mapping and forecastingSteffen Tietsche
T4.1 Sea-ice mapping for maritime purposes.Antti Kangas
T4.2 Monitoring sea-ice as an essential climate variable (ECV).Thomas Lavergne
T4.3 Assess the scope for sea-ice forecast products.Steffen Tietsche
WP5 – End-to-end operational systemFrank Kauker
T5.1 Synthesis on the visions of the evolution of the Copernicus services.Laurent Bertino
T5.2 End-to-end operational system roadmap.Frank Kauker
WP6 – Dissemination, training and engagementNick Hughes
T6.1 Establish an integrated communication plan.Elaina Ford
T6.2 Communication toolsElaina Ford
T6.3 Dissemination and exploitationNick Hughes
T6.4 TrainingCécile Thomas-Courcoux
T6.5 Best practice guide for research vessels and stations.Jeremy Wilkinson
WP7 – Management and coordinationElaina Ford
T7.1 Project set-up and resourcesElaina Ford
T7.2 Project ReportingElaina Ford
T7.3 Financial ManagementPer Helmer Skaali
T7.4 Programme Meeting CoordinationElaina Ford