The  Arctic  Climate Impact Assessment is an International project of the Arctic Council and the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), to evaluate and synthesize knowledge on climate variability, climate change, and increased ultraviolet radiation and their consequences. The results of the assessment were released at the ACIA International Scientific Symposium held in Reykjavik, Iceland in November 2004.

It is also available at the Encyclopedia of Earth in a convenient format  published 2010

The Snow, Water, Ice, Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA) assessment published

by the  Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) .

 The  Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP)  website has Arctic climate assessments and reports



Methane Releases From Arctic Shelf May Be Much Larger and Faster Than Anticipated

East Siberian Shelf methane hydrate venting,

National Science Foundation 2010

2008 WWF commissioned Arctic Climate Impact Science Assessment Update since ACAI.

This 2009 editorial amounts to an assessment of Arctic climate change for Siberia - Ongoing climatic change in Northern Eurasia: justification for expedient research

Arctic Feeedbacks: Global Implications WWF

is a most important Arctic assessment 2009

AMAP 2009 Update on Arctic reasons for concern

2015 AMAP Methane as Arctic climate forcer

NOAA Annual Arctic Report Card  (Note 2016 Report important)

2019 IPCC Special Report Cryosphere (snow & ice) - and oceans