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Teaser : Volume 12, No. 4, 2022

Volume 12, No. 4, 2022

In this issue of the Journal you can read (in Russian):

about Climate changes in river flow and precipitation in the White Sea Region;
about Compression of the ice cover in the Pechora Sea and its impact on marine operations;
about Selection of the priority option for a floating power unit;
about Determinants of demographic processes in the Russian Arctic;

and about the studies aimed at: study and development of natural resources of the Arctic, creating new technologies for the Arctic, solution of ecological and economic problems of the Arctic regions.


 

From the editors of the Journal

Editor-in-Сhief of the Journal
Vasiliy I. Bogoyavlensky,

Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences 

 

The Russian Academy of Sciences has developed the Academic Rating of Russian scientific journals included in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) database on the Web of Science platform; the Journal "Arctic: Ecology and Economy" is also included in this database. More details:

On the eve of the New Year 2021, the Editorial Board of the Journal "Arctic: Ecology and Economy" received the decision of the Advisory Council for the Selection of Content (CSAB) to include the Journal in the SCOPUS International Scientometric Database. During the first quarter of 2021, an agreement due to be signed on the content provision procedure, after which the articles posted in our Journal will be indexed in the SCOPUS database.


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DOI 10.25283/2223-4594