Russian Proposal " Satellite system development for the Arctic region"
"For the time being, under the Russian Federal Space Program for 2006 – 2015, Russia is working on building a satellite system for digital radio and TV broadcasting with high elliptical orbit satellites Express-RV. The above satellite system based on three satellites will provide high quality services in the field of satellite communications, radio and TV broadcasting, multimedia and meteorological monitoring over the Russian Federation including Polar and Arctic areas, littoral seas and waters of the World Ocean in the Northern hemisphere of the globe." /.../
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EPPR NEW PROJECT. DEVELOPMENT OF SAFETY SYSTEMS IN IMPLEMENTATION OF ECONOMIC AND INFRASTRUCTURAL PROJECTS IN THE ARCTIC. PROJECT PROPOSAL OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. Russian Delegation of the Arctic Council (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2008)The Arctic is an area of potential large-scale economic activities of production, processing and transportation of mineral raw materials conducted in a sensitive environment. Considerable risks of emergencies exist due to ...
Recommendations for Safe and Expeditious use of Unmanned Aircraft to Take Critical Environmental Measurements in the Arctic: Results of the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program Workshop of Scientists and Aviation Authorities from the Arctic Countries. Oslo, October, 2008. Weatherhead, Elizabeth; Norberg, Olle (Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), 2008)Unmanned aircraft have been in use for decades, making tremendous advancements over the past fifteen years. While primarily developed for other purposes, this technology can offer tremendous opportunities for gathering ...
Arctic Offshore Oil and Gas Guidelines. Systems Safety Management and Safety Culture. Avoiding Major Disasters in Arctic Offshore Oil and Gas Operations. Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) (Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME), 2014-03)This Guidance document was intended to enhance and supplement the 2009 Arctic Council’s Arctic Offshore Oil and Gas Guidelines (AOOGG), by focusing on providing tools and approaches for reducing the threat of catastrophic ...