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The 7th issue of the international journal «Arctic Review» was published and presented at the IECCA meeting

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The 7th issue of the journal «Arctic Review» was represented during the IX annual meeting of the International Expert Council on Cooperation in the Arctic (IECCA).

The «Arctic Review» №7 is dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Arctic Council and devoted to considering the issues of digitalization of Artic transport system and information and communication infrastructure of the Arctic. 14 articles written by authors from 7 countries were published in the journal.

The journal includes the following works:

- Martynov V.G., Kalashnikov P.K., Zhidyaevsky D.N., Samarin I.V. Gubkin University as a leader in hydrocarbon, carbon, hydrogen, energetics and rational environmental management;

- Vilfand R.M., Khan V.M. Status and prospects of hydrometeorological services in polar regions under the auspices of the Arctic Council;

- Mischenko V.M. The eastern vector of development;

- Zhuravel V.P. Arctic Council: for the 25th anniversary;

- Provadis А. Arctic as a strategic field of interests to the global players;

- Ozkan I. IMO’s take on Arctic shipping and leading shipping into future;

- Hunter T.S. Importance of information and communications technologies on the development of the Northern Sea Route: meeting Russia’s legal obligations;

- Tianming G. China in the Russian Arctic: Potential Solutions for Digitalization of Marine Engineering;

- Fedotovskikh A., Fedotovskikh E. Prospects for the use of unmanned aerial systems with artificial neural networks in the Arctic;

- Sakhuja V. Role of Industry 4.0 Technologies in Arctic Management;

- Gornova A., Kofner D. Opportunities of digital integration for green deal programs in Arctic;

- Zafar J. Geographic Information Infrastructure or Spatial Data Infrastructure and Arctic;

- Bertelsen R.G. Space Science and Technology in the Arctic: Promises of Global Development and Challenges to International Security;

- Babenko D.D., Belikova D.A., Butenko E.V., Malykh A.E., Minullin B.R.,

Urazova A.V. Robotization: a promising direction for the development of the oil and gas industry in the Arctic region.

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