The International Northern Sea Route Programme (INSROP) was a five-year multidisciplinary and multilateral research programme which commenced in 1993. INSROP was designed to provide Northern Sea Route (NSR) users, as well as those affected by it and interested in it, with the most comprehensive, systematic data base ever assembled on this region. In the designated five-year period, some 350 researchers from 14 countries, produced almost 200 working papers, research studies, monographs and other publications that addressed every conceivable aspect of NSR transit. In fact, it can be stated that INSROP is probably the best data base ever assembled for any maritime region in the world.
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- Transiting the Northern Sea Route: Shipping and Marine Insurance Interests
C.M,Q.C Edgar Gold
- Springer Netherlands