6 edition of The Challenge of Arctic shipping found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -268) and index.
|Statement||edited by David L. VanderZwaag and Cynthia Lamson.|
|Series||McGill-Queen"s series in native and northern studies ;, 2, McGill-Queen"s native and northern series ;, 2.|
|Contributions||VanderZwaag, David L., Lamson, Cynthia.|
|LC Classifications||TD428.S55 C49 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||90186508|
In each instance, the Arctic Council has emphasized the importance of cooperative efforts among Arctic neighbors to advance common causes. Inside, a seal-oil lamp can provide enough warmth for people to sit comfortably in a single layer of clothing. Northwest Passage[ edit ] Sailing Ship in Arctic Regions Roald Amundsen led the first expedition to reach the South Polewas the first person to reach both poles, and was the first person to traverse the Northwest Passage. These restrictions are likely to become more strict as the market grows, to protect the existing nature and wildlife. Far too much discussion has taken place in the media on points of supposedly irreconcilable conflict between members of the Arctic community. Department of State Both of these diplomatic vignettes illustrate the continuing challenge of establishing a stable and effective governance structure for the Arctic.
Last year, it launched a second Snow Dragon ice breaker and released an Arctic white paper that explored the potential for infrastructure investments in a Polar Silk Road. Cultures, Economies and Legal Regimes was published by Brill in Governance is multifaceted and challenging in any context, but it becomes even more complex when attempted in an area that, until recently, has had little experience with regional decision-making. Increased chance of human error due to inexperience by the crew in handling under unconventional conditions. At present, there appears to be little interest in creating a broad array of regional agreements and regulations that might guide the conduct of the Arctic states or residents.
Their survival has been possible because there exists among them a profound understanding of the nuances within this extreme environment. But again, issues of national sovereignty impeded further work. Mr Pompeo sharply criticised Beijing for expanding its Arctic interests, despite, as noted above, several other non-Arctic states, including US allies, having done the same. Although its nuclear submarines have operated under the ice for decades, its surface navy is ill-equipped for the Arctic. He also implied that China was seeking to develop strategies in the Arctic Ocean which were similar to those in place regarding the South China Sea, despite the two cases having dramatically different political and legal frameworks.
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More recently, its agenda has expanded to include health, education, and support for indigenous languages and cultures — more in keeping with the second pillar.
The contested status of Hans Island Tartupaluk in Greenlandic has so far eluded a similar resolution but talks between Canada and Denmark over its eventual political status continue.
A multitude of claims cause uncertainties relating to the legal status of some of the routes: it is still unknown if the NSR must be considered as internal watersterritorial waters or international straits.
Interest shown in The Challenge of Arctic shipping book last decades by major shipping companies has provoked a response of Arctic countries. From that perspective, each of the eight articles contributes insights into this dynamic unfolding before us.
Their case studies in Pond Inlet and Cambridge Bay, both in Nunavut, Canada, show that the majority of residents have high expectations from tourism, although these attitudes are very heterogeneous and also depend on the type of tourism product.
In the end, the ability of the circumpolar community to fashion The Challenge of Arctic shipping book effective and responsive system of governance is likely to be a yardstick for overall progress toward a healthy and peaceful Arctic.
Survival is also contingent on the relationship which exists The Challenge of Arctic shipping book the human being and the animals, which provide major sources of food and clothing. Firstly, the review notes that Russia imposes tariffs on the NSR, the most used shipping route because of its favourable ice conditions, as opposed to Canada that imposes no tariffs on the use of the NWP, which, however, has worse ice conditions.
But the plot is a juggernaut, and what other novel shows us the Arctic from underneath? Spitsbergen, here mapped for the first time, is indicated as "Het Nieuwe Land" Dutch for "the New Land"center-left. Renaissance advancements in cartography[ edit ] Patent from King Henry VIIauthorizing John Cabot and his sons to explore new lands in the west A seminal event in Arctic exploration occurred inwhen Ptolemy 's Geographia was translated into Latinthereby introducing the concepts of latitude and longitude into Western Europe.
The New Arctic will not emerge along a simple trajectory of modernization. The Arctic, as it is imagined by most novelists on this list, is a place at the edge of, or beyond, culture. Some larger members, including Russia, the United States, and Canada, have been reluctant to relinquish their prerogative to address issues from their national perspectives — particularly regarding claims to resources, security, and economic development in Arctic lands and waters.
What is to be governed? The first is the more visible overspill of conflicting great power policies, especially between Russia and the United Statesinto the Arctic as both countries recognise the region is more central to their strategic interests.
By understanding the animals' winter modes and behaviors, Arctic communities have traditionally survived through the long, cold winters. In each instance, the Arctic Council has emphasized the importance of cooperative efforts among Arctic neighbors to advance common causes.
John Cabot 's initial failure in to find a Northwest Passage across the Atlantic led the British to seek an alternative route to the east. Last year, it launched a second Snow Dragon ice breaker and released an Arctic white paper that explored the potential for infrastructure investments in a Polar Silk Road.
Boghosian The U. The Greenland ice sheet — the second largest ice body in the world — is deteriorating due to global warming and continues to melt faster than predicted.
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