Sea ice, or “siku”, is integral to the way of life of tens of thousands of Inuit living in Hudson’s Bay and along Canada’s Arctic coastline. But with Arctic sea ice declining at over 13% per decade, changing conditions make navigation unpredictable and limits access to traditional foods for Arctic communities.
The SIKU platform will provide a set of open-source tools that help Inuit communities map changing sea ice, and build a living archive of Inuit knowledge to help inform decision making for stewardship and sustainable development.
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