Imageries and historical change in the European Russian Arctic
Ch. 11. P. 200-220.
This chapter focuses on imageries and historical change in the European Russian Arctic.
, , et al., М. : ЛЕНАНД, 2015
This book presents the results of analysis of human capital in Murmansk and Archangelsk regions, republics of Komi and Karelia, and Nenets Autonomous Region. The authors considered migration processes and their trends; some of these were analyzed at municipal level. Having taken in account the importance of life expectancy as a complex indicator of sustainable ...
Added: September 29, 2015
Assessment of Russian aviation development for long-term prospects with the regard for Arctic developing: reproductive and technological aspects
, Studies on Russian Economic Development 2016 Vol. 27 No. 6 P. 629-637
The article considers the conditions of developing the aviation industry for long-term prospects taking into account factors such as changes in purchasing aviation equipment, progress in developing the Russian aviation market, and works for reconstructing and modernizing transport infrastructure in the Russian Arctic. The author aims to coordinate the Government programs for developing new aviation ...
Added: December 8, 2017
, ЭКО 2021 № 1 С. 4-7
The notion of dualism is one of the key ones in socio-economic science. Everybody familiar with the classic economic theory ‘according to Marx’ is well aware of the dual nature of a product. Any product, on the one hand, satisfies a human need and, on the other, it contains a certain value, which may bring about ...
Added: February 19, 2021
Реструктуризация экономики нефтегазовых регионов российского Севера и Арктики, как необходимое условие устойчивого территориального развития
, Деловой журнал Neftegaz.RU 2020 № 8 С. 68-72
The study of the dynamics of the sectoral structure of the oil and gas producing regions of the Russian North and the Arctic showed that the mono-sectoral focus of the economy is increasing, based on the exploitation of hydrocarbon resources, which makes the economic situation largely unpredictable and fraught with negative phenomena during periods of ...
Added: October 25, 2020
, , , in : Governing Arctic Seas: Regional Lessons from the Bering Strait and Barents Sea. Vol. 1.: Switzerland : Springer, 2020. Ch. 3. P. 47-74.
Historically, extreme remoteness and cold have left the Bering Strait region sparsely populated and economically undeveloped. Costs are very high and infrastructure is minimal. Economies are undeveloped, and based primarily on mining and government. Population densities are very low. A high proportion of residents are Natives for whom subsistence hunting and fishing remain important sources ...
Added: January 31, 2020
, , in : Environment in Times of War: Climate and Energy Challenges in the Post-Soviet Region. : Milan : Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), 2022. P. 77-99.
Pavel Devyatkin analyzes the role of climate change in Russia's Arctic policy towards cooperation and diplomacy, security concerns, energy and natural resources, shipping and transport. ...
Added: July 1, 2022
Архангельск : КИРА, 2016
The results of comprehensive research under the program of expedition "Arctic floating University - 2016" to the research vessel "Professor Molchanov" in the waters of the White and Barents seas. ...
Added: December 29, 2016
, , et al., Toxics 2021 Vol. 9 No. 1 Article 6
Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are heterogeneous carbon-based compounds that can seriously affect human health. The aim of this study was to measure serum concentrations of POPs in women residing in the Euro-Arctic Region of Russia. A total of 204 women from seven rural settlements of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug (NAO) took part in the study. ...
Added: September 6, 2021
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, volume 539. 5th International Conference "Arctic: History and Modernity" 18-19 March 2020, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
IOP Publishing, 2020
Problems of the Arctic region and northern territories are in a focus of the attention of the scientific community. Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University of Peter the Great coordinates research and exchange of its results within a wide circle of scientific and educational institutions in Russia and abroad. One of the notable parts of this work is ...
Added: September 17, 2021
, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events 2018 Vol. 10 No. 1 P. 33-47
The role of the Arctic on the global geopolitical arena rose during the Cold War. With time, political rivalry gave the way to regional cooperation, but the Arctic remains a highly politicized area. In the twenty-first century, Arctic states waded into the ‘Arctic Rush’ for natural resources and political supremacy. Their geopolitical interests affect significantly ...
Added: May 24, 2017
, , et al., Arctic 2021 Vol. 74 No. 3 P. 306-322
Scenarios of future development pathways in the Arctic created by groups of experts and stakeholders are an effective way to identify and illustrate possible alternatives and options for this region based on anticipated environmental and socioeconomic changes. Although scenarios that assess development trajectories for the Arctic are becoming increasingly popular, there is a relative lack ...
Added: November 1, 2022
Essential and non-essential trace elements in fish consumed by indigenous peoples of the European Russian Arctic
, , Environmental Pollution 2019 No. 253 P. 966-973
In present study, the analyses of essential [copper (Cu), cobalt (Co), selenium (Se) and zinc (Zn)] and nonessential elements [mercury (Hg), lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd) and arsenic (As)] in 7 fish species consumed by the indigenous people of the European Russia Arctic were conducted. The Nenets Autonomous Region, which is located in the north-eastern part ...
Added: November 6, 2019
Organization of Systemic Monitoring of the Macroregions’ Development: Case Study of the Russian Arctic.
, , Regional Research of Russia 2017 Vol. 7 No. 3 P. 189-196
Added: January 25, 2019
Медико-демографические показатели и формирование трудового потенциала в Арктике (на примере Мурманской области)
, Экология человека 2018 № 1 С. 15-19
Population process in dynamic development ongoing in Murmansk Region (located beyond the Arctic Circle on the territory of the European part of the Russian Federation Arctic zone in the period 2001-2015 has been characterized in the paper. Major features of natural population movement (fertility, mortality) including labor potential have been esteemed. A major loss of ...
Added: November 7, 2018
Estimation of Boreal Forest Growing Stock Volume in Russia from Sentinel-2 MSI and Land Cover Classification
, , et al., Remote Sensing 2021 Vol. 13 No. 21 Article 4483
Growing stock volume (GSV) is a fundamental parameter of forests, closely related to the above-ground biomass and hence to carbon storage. Estimation of GSV at regional to global scales depends on the use of satellite remote sensing data, although accuracies are generally lower over the sparse boreal forest. This is especially true of boreal forest ...
Added: February 1, 2022
, , Russia in Global Affairs 2014 Т. 12 № 6 С. 164-178
The importance of the Northern Sea Route is not in trying to make it a new Suez Canal, but in giving a boost to the development of service industries (mainly high-tech industries) and adjacent regions, as well as in opening one more window of opportunity for Russia’s integration into the global world. ...
Added: March 27, 2015
, , , Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), 2016
Arctic territory today is the most perspective territory for oil and gas companies. It is not only resource based or in other words, Arctic boarding countries that should engage in arctic exploration as it requires completely new technological advancement, calling for intense attention to its field development. Following the USGC research developed in 2008 year, ...
Added: December 15, 2016
Essential and non-essential elements in biological samples of inhabitants residing in Nenets Autonomous Okrug of the Russian Arctic
, , et al., Environment International 2021 Vol. 152 No. 29 Article 106510
Exposure of Arctic residents to environmental pollutants is an emerging public health problem receiving little global attention. The objective of this study was to assess whole blood concentrations of nine selected essential (Co, Cu, Mn, Se, Zn) and non-essential (As, Cd, Hg, Pb) elements among Nenets and non-Nenets adult residents of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug ...
Added: September 21, 2021
Features of Occupational Health Risks in the Russian Arctic (on the Example of Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Chukotka Autonomous Okrug)
, , , International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol. 18 No. 3 Article 1061
Working in the Arctic increases the risk of occupational diseases, which is especially important in the context of acute shortage of manpower in the region. The purpose of the study was to comparatively evaluate the working conditions and occupational pathology in Nenets Autonomous Okrug (NAO) and Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (ChAO) of Russia. We analyzed the ...
Added: September 17, 2021
М. : Paulsen, 2013
The third volume of the series " The islands and archipelagos of the Russian Arctic " is dedicated to the history, cultural heritage and natural environment of the northern archipelago of the Russian Arctic - Franz Josef Land. It is based on the results of years (since 1990) studies the Marine Arctic Complex Expedition belonged ...
Added: November 1, 2013
Evaluation of Outdoor Thermal Comfort Conditions in Northern Russia over 30-year Period (Arkhangelsk Region)
, , et al., Geographica Pannonica 2020 Vol. 24 No. 4 P. 252-260
The aim of the current paper is to evaluate spatial and temporal characteristics of the distribution of bioclimatic comfort within the Arkhangelsk region (Russian Federation) with two modern indices of thermal comfort: PET and UTCI. Its average values calculated for the modern climatic period (1981-2010)in the monthly mean give a clear picture of spatial heterogeneity ...
Added: March 17, 2022
, , et al., Scientific Reports 2020 Vol. 5451 No. 10 P. 1-8
Fish muscle may constitute one of the main sources of iodine (I) for the indigenous peoples of the Russian Arctic, although limited information is available about its content in commonly consumed fish species. In the current study, bromine (Br), I, the essential elements (copper, selenium and zinc) and other non-essential elements — specifically mercury, arsenic ...
Added: October 21, 2020
, , et al., Всемирный фонд дикой природы, 2019
The book presents an analysis of the current state of the climate in the Barents Sea in 1979–2005. Using mathematical modeling for 2030–2039, 2050–2059, and 2090–2099. According to the global scenarios of climate change RCP4.5 and RCP8.5, a detailed comprehensive assessment of changes in the climatic parameters of the atmosphere and ocean is given. The most ...
Added: October 12, 2020
Importance of Consideration of Climate Change at Managing Fish Stocks: A Case of Northern Russian Fisheries
, , , , in : The Interconnected Arctic — UArctic Congress 2016. : Cham : [б.и.], 2017. P. 127-134.
Effect of climate change on the populations of commercial fish is widely recognized. However, this recognition is currently insufficient and climate parameters are not incorporated into fishery forecasting models. Major fisheries of northern Russia targeting Alaska pollock, Pacific salmon in the North Pacific, and Atlantic cod in the Barents Sea are now in a good ...
Added: February 25, 2018