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Institutions of the USSR active in Arctic research and development.

Institutions of the USSR active in Arctic research and development.

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Published by Arctic Institute of North America in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


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ContributionsStanka, Vladas., Frenkley, Natalie., Arctic Institute of North America.
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Washington, Arctic Institute of North America, Get this from a library. Institutions of the U.S.S.R. active in Arctic research and development. [Vladas Stanka; Arctic Institute of North America.] -- institutions located in or concerned with the Soviet arctic, listed under 6 headings.

Name, location, and for most, arctic activities are. Institutions of the USSR active in Arctic research and development. -- Author: Stanka, Vladas. Publication info: Washington, Arctic Institute of North America: Institutions of the USSR active in Arctic research and development.

(Washington, Arctic Institute of North America, ), also by Vladas Stanka and Natalie Frenkley (page images at HathiTrust). Arctic Research and Policy; This title may be cited as the "Arctic Research and Policy Act ofas amended".

and services of any Federal agency to the extent that the facilities and services are needed for the establishment and development of an Arctic research policy, upon reimbursement to be agreed upon by the Commission and the.

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Jun 21,  · Hierarchy and Development in the Russian Arctic June 21, August 7, Alexander Pelyasov, Arctic, local development, Morgane Fert-Malka, Russia This article is part of a series on Russian interests in the Arctic.

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