Wasum-Rainer, Susanne, Winkelmann, Ingo, Tiroch, Katrin (Eds.)
2012, XIX, 374p. 36 illus., 30 illus. in color.
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Provides a comprehensive and interdisciplinary analysis of the topic (you find all information in one book) Combines academic analysis with practical and political problems. Therefore, it represents a most valuable tool for all those in politics, academia, private sector and civil society The contributors are all well-known experts in their fields
Developments in the Arctic region are increasingly part of international discussion. The book contains a comprehensive and interdisciplinary analysis of the current problems around marine scientific research in the Arctic region. It combines scientific, legal and policy aspects. The main questions addressed are: ongoing and future Arctic marine research, marine research in the Arctic Ocean in practice, the legal framework, enlarged continental shelves and the freedom of marine science and particularities and challenges of the Arctic region. The contributors are leading experts in the field of politics, law and science.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Arctic Ocean - Climate change - Hydrographic survey/Prospecting and exploring - Marine environment - Marine scientific research
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