There are two aspects of this project that I saw as particularly interesting. The first was the extensive spatial deployment of the experiment; 20 sites or more throughout the Arctic. Collaboration and coordination among groups allowed this to happen. The second was the aspect of crowd-sourcing science. This is probably not exactly the appropriate terminology to use in describing this research, and thus my apologies if I misrepresent this experiment. However, one can envision dozens of groups coming together in an organic, bottom-up fashion to achieve the scientific goals of such a project. I find this especially attractive and one that could possibly be used to gain insights into the breadth of changes taking place across the Arctic.