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Record #197339:

Enter the Arctic dragon / Linda Jakobsen.

Title: Enter the Arctic dragon / Linda Jakobsen.
Author(s): Jakobsen, Linda.
Date: 2011.
In: Circle. (2011.), Vol. 2 (2011)
Abstract: Reports that China is paying increasing attention to consequences of sea-ice retreat in Arctic Ocean resulting from climate change. Prospect of Arctic being navigable during summer months, leading to both shorter shipping routes and access to untapped energy resources, has impelled Chinese government to allocate more funds to Arctic research. Also Chinese officials have started to think about Arctic policies that would be most beneficial to China.
Notes:

Circle. Vol. 2 :23-26 (2011).

Keywords: 327 -- International relations.
330.34 -- Economic development.
330.524 -- Natural resources.
5 -- Science.
551.583 -- Climatic changes.
656.6 -- Sea transport.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(510) -- People's Republic of China.
SPRI record no.: 197339

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