The Role of Geography in the International Scientific Cooperation for Achieving Sustainability in the Arcticстатья

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[1] Tatiana V., Andrey P., Sergey V. The role of geography in the international scientific cooperation for achieving sustainability in the arctic // Quaestiones Geographicae. — 2019. — P. in print. Despite a wide diversity of geographical disciplinary branches that investigate challenges to Arctic sustainability, there is a crucial need for integration in order to understand, monitor and manage complex Arctic socio-ecological systems. For this purpose there is a considerable request to develop and implement a specific set of geographical approaches in the newly emerging Arctic sustainability science, in which geographers will play a core role. Such approaches are discussed in this paper, putting a particular emphasis on the advantages and benefits attained by the rising international Arctic scientific cooperation and emerging international Arctic sustainability monitoring network. The role of the IGU Cold and High Altitude Regions commission and other Arctic science organizations, such as the International Arctic Social Sciences Association and International Arctic Science Committee, the University of the Arctic in these activities is becoming even more critical with the implementation of the International Arctic Science Agreement.

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