A United States Commitment to Arctic Research
National Academies, 1982 - Arctic regions - 17 pages
Notes U.S. government's responsibilities and existing policies for the Arctic; identifies the distinctive features of Arctic research; discusses the need and proposes the main elements for a policy-guided Arctic Research Plan; and makes pertinent recommendations.
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