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northern sea route and the economy of the Soviet north
Krypton, Constantine pseud.
|Statement||by Constantine Krypton.|
|LC Classifications||HE848 .K78 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||76009087|
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Get this from a library. The northern sea route and the economy of the Soviet north. [Constantine Krypton, pseud.] -- First published by Frederick A.
Praeger, New York. Evaluation of Soviet motives in developing the Northern Sea Route. Northern sea route and the economy of the Soviet North. New York: Published for the Research Program on the U.S.S.R.
[by] F.A. Praeger, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Constantine Krypton, pseud. The continuing scientific and technological advances of the twentieth century are opening up new possibilities in the Soviet Arctic regions.
What was previously considered a frozen and impassable region is rapidly developing into a maritime transportation route, an air route between continents, an accessible source of raw materials and semifinished products, and a vantage ground for scientific. Originally published inthis book was the first detailed study of the development of the Northern Sea Route spanning the coastal waters above Siberia.
The subject was one of great economic and logistic importance because of the shorter journey that a Cited by: Differences between the Northern Sea Route and the Northeast Passage.
This article is combining the Northern Sea Route and the Northeast Passage as if they were the same thing. The NSR is a route defined in Russian legislation and it does not connect to the Atlantic Ocean. It goes from the Kara Sea to the Bering strait by the Pacific Ocean.
The authors of this book, edited by Marcus Matthias Keupp, provide a thorough and contemporary analysis of the Northern Sea Route. Academics, liner operators, entrepreneurs and intelligence analysts with an interest in the Northern Sea Route are informed in detail about maritime challenges, novel business models, and the security and regulatory framework of this potential alternative to the.
Northern Sea Route Handbook Preface The Northern Sea Route is the shortest sea route linking Europe to Asia. However, until the last century, due to its harsh icebound environment, the only ships that used it (other than the merchant ships of nations along the coast) were oceanographic ships conducting surveys.
In recent years, though, it hasFile Size: 7MB. In waters normally covered by thick ice, ships are today sailing easily and without escorts. Ice data from Russia’s Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute show that the whole Northern Sea Route now is ice-free.
Even in the waters between the Kara Sea and the Bering Strait, normally a highly complex and ice-covered area, shipping appears smooth and easy. The Northern Sea Route: Its Place In Russian Economic History Before [Krypton, Constantine, Karpovich, Michael M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Northern Sea Route: Its Place In Russian Economic History Before Author: Constantine Krypton. The Northern Sea Route, which stretches the entire length of Russia’s Arctic and Far East regions, is expected to become a major trade route for goods shipped between Europe and Asia. Last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the route would become “the key to the development of the Russian Arctic regions of the Far East.”.
The Soviet government had used the Northern Sea Route since the s, and extensively since the s: for full-length transits between Europe and Asia, to supply its Arctic settlements with food and fuel and to ship products from northern regions that lacked transport links on land.
By Dr. Bjørn Gunnarsson, Managing Director, Centre for High North Logistics (CHNL) Nord University, Norway. On June 8,the Russian government released the Russia’s Integrated Development.
The navigation season for the Northern Sea Route (NSR) and Northwest Passage (NWP), alternative sea routes from the North Atlantic to Asia, will considerably increase during this century. The latter-day Northern Sea Route has been developed largely by various state projects, yet it owes much to centuries of exploration of the northern frontiers of Russia.
The history of the Northern Sea Route, known until the 20th century as the Northeast Passage, begins with the first voyages of the Pomory between the 11th and the 13th century. In terms of dealing with some of the world’s harshest weather conditions no country comes close compared with Russia.
Now Russia has made it a highest priority to develop a Northern Sea Route along the Russian Arctic coast to enable LNG and container freight shipments between Asia and Europe that will cut shipping time almost in half and bypass the increasingly risky Suez Canal. 2 History of the Northern Sea Route [Ch.
1 1 The Pomors are a native Russian population living along the White Sea coast. 2 A voevode is a military leader, ruler of Slavic nations. MOSCOW — When, in the s, the Northern Sea Route administration left its headquarters in central Moscow for good, polar explorer Artur Chilingarov took a wooden door sign with him as a souvenir.
Even then, he was sure the Northern Route would one day be reborn. "I always knew that the Northern Sea Route would exist," the ice explorer : Emily Liedel.
NORTHERN SEA ROUTE DEFINITION The Northern Sea Route (NSR) is a common name for several navigational routes in the Russian Federation exclusive economic zone (EEZ) – see map to the right (click the map for a bigger version).The area is vast and navigation via the route is carried out in compliance with Russian legislation.
Ships have plied the Northern Sea Route (NSR) intermittently for many years, but use of the route peaked ineven before the Soviet Union fell. Now, climate change and the rapidly receding sea ice it brings raise the possibility this passage along the north of the Eurasian continent (see map) could become a major trading channel.
The Arctic Shipping Route No One’s Talking About By mid-century, a Transpolar Passage will open across the Arctic Ocean via the North Pole. Few countries are preparing for this reality except China. The Northern Sea Route (NSR) along the arctic coast of Russia.
This is the maritime route that is likely to be free of ice first and thus represents the highest commercial potential. It would reduce a maritime journey between East Asia and Western Europe f km using the Suez Canal to 12, km, cutting transit time by days.The Northern Sea Route and Jurisdictional Controversy (by Willy Østreng, Ocean Futures ) For decades the legal status of the NSR has been a fairly low key, but nevertheless contentious political issue in US-Soviet/Russian Arctic relations.Second is the issue, associated with climate change, of the possible reorientation of global transportation routes from the south to the north, including via the so-called Northern Sea Route.