Our work

 

Community

For the framework to succeed, ‘buy-in’ and ownership from the diverse community with an interest in observations is essential. This includes funders, scientists, policy makers and engineers: all those who plan, undertake and /or use the results of observations.
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Citizen Science

WORKING GROUP

Citizen science can broadly be defined as the involvement of volunteers in science. It has a vital role in scientific research and education, and the potential to help meet some of the challenging demands of environmental monitoring at the national scale. This gives citizen science a clear relevance to government policy across the UK, and puts citizen science firmly on the agenda for UKEOF.
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Data Advisory Group

WORKING GROUP

The UKEOF Data Advisory Group (DAG) is a collaborative forum which was set up to increase awareness of environmental observations and to bring organisations together to discuss data sharing initiatives at the UK, EU and global level.
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Natural Capital

WORKING GROUP

Natural capital assets are those aspects of the natural environment that underpin delivery of ecosystem services or benefits. In relation to natural capital metrics, UKEOF aims to identify relevant environmental observation priorities and gaps. Maintaining a healthy stock of natural capital assets is a key government objective and meeting that objective requires an effective monitoring strategy.
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Monitoring & Modelling

'TASK AND FINISH' GROUP

UKEOF has formed a time-limited 'Task and Finish' Group on monitoring & modelling'
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