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Abstract

International scientific cooperation in the Arctic is undoubtedly the most important tool for deep and comprehensive knowledge of large-scale changes in nature and climate occurring both in the mainland part of the macroregion and in the Arctic seas. The analysis of their dynamics shows that these changes are increasing and have a growing impact on the territories of Russia, the United States (Alaska), Canada, Denmark (Greenland), Iceland, Norway and the waters of the seas and oceans that surround these countries. This article explores the history, achievement, and aims of ISIRA, the International Science Initiative in the Russian Arctic and its role in Arctic science cooperation. 

 

Authors 

Vladimir I. Pavlenko, Yulia V. Zaika, Lee W.Cooper, Iijima Yoshihiro, and Gareth W. Rees

 

Year

2021

Journal

Arctic Herald


Link

ISIRA: International Science Initiative in the Russian Arctic (PDF)

 

IASC-related activity

ISIRA

 

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