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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasiya Yakovleva
Modern Features of the Transportation Servises in the Arctic Region
World Economy
(Master’s programme)
10
2018
The aim of this thesis is to investigate the conditions and factors affecting the comparative evaluation of the various areas of Maritime transportation in the Arctic.

The current infrastructure of seaports, the North Maritime carriers, the development of old and new deposits, realities of navigation in severe climatic conditions took place in this work. This promising direction is important not only for the Arctic region economy, but also for the entire state.

Many materials were used in this thesis including multimodal transport logistics, features of sea transportation, unique Arctic conditions with the need for icebreaking service, as well as constant monitoring of the hydrometeorological situation and so on.

The work was considered innovative and the inertial scenario of the development of marine transportation in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation.

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