Arctic Zone

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the regions to the north of the Arctic Circle centered on the North Pole

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That is, the collection of information on objects with a different level of social development of the Arctic zone territories, the index of which is formed by summing up social indices: 'health', 'wellbeing', 'education and culture', 'social security', 'social activity'--with usage of standard values, synthesized according to the data of different sub-projects of the Russian Federation for a certain period of time (Gurman 2003).
The results obtained in the form of arrays of different criteria and indicators served as the basis for creating information and sociological test sites and modeling the processes of social life in the Arctic in order to increase the efficiency of the development of oil and gas resources in the Arctic zone, which is possible if social well-being of its people is achieved.
of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation and ensuring national
Reports from fishermen and explorers point to a radical change in the climate and hitherto unheard of temperatures in the Arctic zone.
"In the first half of 2016 Russian Airborne Forces are planning to conduct a large-scale landing of armed personnel and military cargo in the Arctic zone," Lt.
Even though a document entitled "Strategy for development of Russia's Arctic zone" was adopted in 2013--after the book had been completed--this observation still stands.
The weather at their home grounds near the Arctic zone becomes unbearably cold at this time and conditions and temperatures become unsuitable for their survival.
Last June, 880,000 Cryofreeze Ice/Hot and Arctic Zone Ice Gel Packs were recalled due to a potential illness hazard.
Yet, other nations in the Arctic zone endure similar night-less summers 6 Greenland seems to be caught in a vortex of a unique constellation of factors that contribute to extremely high rates of suicide.
Russia's Arctic zone is losing its ice cover because of human activities and the zone is getting more and more by species from the south, says a group of Russian scientists.
A negative phase triggers high pressure over the Arctic and low pressure at mid-latitudes, which makes the Arctic zone relatively warm, but spills cold Arctic air southward to places like the U.S.
In a resolution tabled by Michael Gahler (EPP, Germany), adopted on 20 January, MEPs note that despite having three member states with territory in the Arctic zone (Denmark, Finland and Sweden), the Union still has no common and clear policy on the High North.
Use of the Arctic zone of Russia as a strategic resource base of Russia to tackle socioeconomic development of the country;
Last year Canada approved an extraordinary $6.9 billion arms bill to strengthen its military presence in its arctic zone, while Russia has resumed tactical flights of nuclear bombers in its polar region, triggering the protests of numerous countries.
"We must finalise and adopt a federal law on the southern border of Russia's Arctic zone," Medvedev said.