The Changing Arctic Marine Environment: Some Basic Considerations

  • E. F. Roots

Abstract

The Arctic Committee has come into being because of concerns about changes in the Arctic regions—changes that are occurring, and changes that may occur in the future. This volume is primarily concerned with environmental changes. Changes in the Arctic environment, as a result of human actions as well as those that may be occurring naturally, lie behind the scientific, social, international and economic problems and opportunities for action that form the basis of this volume.

Keywords

Biomass Clay Migration Dioxide Magnesium 

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