6 edition of Contested Arctic found in the catalog.
by Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies Center at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies in association with University of Washington Press in Seattle
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Eric Alden Smith, Joan McCarter ; preface by Kurt E. Engelmann.|
|Contributions||Smith, Eric Alden., McCarter, Joan.|
|LC Classifications||GF891 .C66 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||97013803|
On the Aleksanteri Institute website an article was published about the new book Russia’s Far North – The Contested Energy Frontier, published earlier this month and edited by professors Veli-Pekka Tynkkynen, Shinichiro Tabata, Daria Gritsenko and Masanori book is a final publication of the “Russia’s final energy frontier – Sustainability challenges of the Russian Far North. About Arctic Voices. Victories for Arctic Conservation in → Septem Shell Alaska abandoned its efforts to drill into hyrpcarbon deposits in offshore Alaska → Febru Shell Alaska cancels plans for offshore drilling in → March, Statoil abandons all plans for Arctic drilling, after initially saying it will hold off until
Arctic ecology is the scientific study of the relationships between biotic and abiotic factors in the arctic, the region north of the Arctic Circle (66 33’). This is a region characterized by stressful conditions as a result of extreme cold, low precipitation, a limited growing season (50–90 days) and virtually no sunlight throughout the. The Arctic consists of land, internal waters, territorial seas, exclusive economic zones (EEZs) and high seas above the Arctic Circle (66 degrees 33 minutes north latitude). All land, internal waters, territorial seas and EEZs in the Arctic are under the jurisdiction of one of the eight Arctic coastal states: Canada, Norway, Russia, Denmark (via Greenland), Iceland, Sweden, Finland and the.
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The Arctic contested. Edited by Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum. Brussels: PIE-Peter Lang. £ ISBN 2 3. Available as e-book. ‘The Arctic is hot’, Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum reiterate in the introduction to this : Åshild Kolås.
The Russian Far North is immensely rich in resources, both energy and other resources, and is also one of the least developed regions of Russia. This book presents a comprehensive overview of the region. It examines resource issues and the related environmental problems, considers the Arctic and the.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction: contesting the Arctic / Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum --Contesting the Arctic: territory and politics / Keith Battarbee/John Erik Fossum --Responding to change in the north: comparing recent Canadian and American foreign policies in the.
Contested Arctic: Indigenous Peoples, Industrial States, and the Circumpolar Environment Hardcover – J by Eric Alden Smith (Author), Joan McCarter (Author), Kurt Engelmann (Preface) & See all 5 formats and editions Hide other Author: Eric Alden Smith, Joan McCarter.
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The Arctic is a region contested by Canada, Russia and the United States. Photo Credit: Chris Wattie/Reuters. Book on Canada’s pursuit of Arctic sovereignty wins prize. The Arctic Contested Series: Études canadiennes – Canadian Studies The book thus offers a platform for cross-disciplinary dialogue, in order to highlight that the Arctic is too multi-faceted and complex for any one discipline or approach adequately to encompass.
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Extract. Donna PATRICK Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University The Arctic regions cover over 40% of Canada’s landmass, and are the Indigenous homelands for o Inuit.1 Currently, over three-quarters of the total Inuit population reside in these homelands, inhabiting settlements in the four Inuit land claim regions across the Arctic known as.
In Contested Country, leading researchers in planning, geography, environmental studies and public policy critically review Australia's environmental management under the auspices of the Natural Heritage Trust over the past decade, and identify the challenges that must be met in the national quest for sustainability.
It is the first comprehensive, critical examination of the local and regional. The Arctic Yearbook is the outcome of the Northern Research Forum and the University of the Arctic Thematic Network (TN) on Geopolitics and Security. Narratives of the North: Contested geographic imaginaries and the case of Izembek National Wildlife Refuge - Arctic Yearbook.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the region. It examines resource issues and the related environmental problems, considers the Arctic and the problems of sea routes, maritime boundaries and military build-up, assesses economic development, and considers the ethnic peoples of the region and also cultural and artistic subjects.
Arctic Dreams: Imagination and Desire in a Northern Landscape, by Barry Lopez (Penguin Random Housere-releasedpages, $ paperback). Barry Lopez’s National Book Award-winning classic study of the Far North is widely considered his masterpiece.
Arctic Voices: Resistance at the Tipping Point is a wake-up call to the dire threats facing the Arctic due to the exploitation of the areas natural resources. As the world-renowned environmentalist, Subhankar Banerjee, states in his introduction to this lengthy tome: through [the over 30] stories, in this volumewe talk about big animals, big migrations, big hunting, big land, big rivers, big /5.
The book thus offers a platform for cross-disciplinary dialogue, in order to highlight that the Arctic is too multi-faceted and complex for any one discipline or approach adequately to encompass.
Full info. The Arctic Contested Keith Battarbee and John Erik Fossum (eds) Peter Lang, ISBN:. In his book, "Contested Plains: Indians, On July 6,William Green Russell, a prospector from Georgia, discovered placer gold in streams flowing out of the Rocky Mountains.
The fledgling city of Denver was established and the Colorado gold rush was on.4/5. Discount prices on books by Joan McCarter, including titles like Contested Arctic. Click here for the lowest price. Contested Sovereignty in a Changing Arctic. (“Contested.
The Soviet Arctic is the first book to consider Soviet policy in this area from an historian's point of view. Horensma assesses. T o cite this article: V alur Ingimundarson (): Managing a contested region: the Arctic Council and the politics of Arctic governance, The Polar Journal, DOI: /XAuthor: Valur Ingimundarson.This book explores cross-cultural medical encounters involving non-Western healers in a variety of imperial contexts from the Arctic, Asia, Africa, Americas and the Caribbean.
It highlights contests over healing, knowledge and medicines through the frameworks of hybridisation and pluralism.
The Contested Plains, which frankly I'd never heard of till Goodreads, is a rare book in the sense that it deals with an underwritten aspect of the American West, and does so in a fair, equable, briskly written, and even - gasp!
- slightly bemused manner (a good indication that you're reading a different kind of history is when you get to the 4/5(30).