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Maritime Infrastructure: Key Issues Related to Commercial Activity in the U.S. Arctic over the Next Decade
Lorelei St. James (au)
Decreasing seasonal ice has opened up Arctic waters for longer periods with resulting potential economic opportunities in commercial shipping, cruises, commercial fishing, oil, and mining. In light of the importance of U.S. efforts to effectively manage Arctic issues, this report examined U.S. actions related to developing and investing in Arctic maritime infrastructure. It discusses (1) current commercial maritime activity in the U.S. Arctic and anticipated activity in the next 10 years; (2) actions taken by government entities in support of planning and developing U.S. Arctic maritime infrastructure; and (3) federal interagency efforts to identify and prioritize Arctic maritime-infrastructure investments. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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