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Submit your fieldwork report through the RiS Portal

The RiS Portal is under continuous development to make life a little easier both for the researchers and fieldworkers in Svalbard, and for the management of research in Svalbard. Today we are happy to give you the option to report on your permission from the Governor directly in the RiS Portal. This is optional for the time being, but will become mandatory in the future.

– As you may know, The Governor does not accept research applications that are not handed in through the RiS Portal. This will also be the case for the reports in the future, and this new feature adds to the user friendliness for you, since you only need to  use this one portal, says Margrete Keyser, senior adviser in Svalbard Science Forum.

On your project page in RiS you will find a new field with an overview showing your research applications and reports to fill in. Most of this year's permissions from the Governor have a reporting deadline on 1 November 2016, and we hope that some of you will choose to report through RiS already this year.
– Please let us know if something is not working properly, so we can correct any start-up bugs that might show up.

For those of you that do not have a research permission to report on just now, we would like to encourage you to log in to RiS, and update your project with coming fieldwork, results, publications and datasets: http://researchinsvalbard.no/


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