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The role of permafrost in the formation of the hydrological and morphological regime of river mouths in the Arctic Ocean watershed areaDolgopolova E.N.Water Problems Institute of RAS4 (32) 201870-85
Climate change impact on economic growth and specific sectors development of the Russian ArcticVoronina S.A., Porfiriev B.N., Semikashev V.V., Terentiev N.E., Eliseev D.O., Naumova Y.V.Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian New University, Federal research center Informatics and management of the Russian Academy of Sciences4 (28) 20174-17
Future narratives for key sectors of the economy of the Murmansk region in the context of global changes in the ArcticMasloboev A.V., Alieva T.E., Ivanova L.V., Isaeva L.G., Klyuchnikova E.M., Kharitonova G.N.Institute of North Industrial Ecology Problems of the Kola Science Centre of the RAS, Luzin Institute for Economic Studies Subdivision of the Kola Science Centre of the RS, Institute for Informatics and Mathematical Modeling Subdivision of the Federal Research Centre Kola Science Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences1 (25) 201719-31
Destabilization of relict methane hydrates with observed changes of regional climateArzhanov M.M., Mokhov I.I., Denisov S.N.A.M.Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics Russian Academy of Sciences4 (24) 201646-51
The duration of the navigation period and changes for the Northern Sea Route: model estimatesMokhov I.I., Khon V.V.A.M.Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics Russian Academy of Sciences2 (18) 201588-95
Contemporary climate change in the Arctic: results of a new assessment report of the Arctic CouncilTsaturov Y.S., Klepikov A.A.State Research Center "Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute", Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring4 (8) 201276-81

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