Project - The exploitation of natural resources by the early 20th century whaling industry; its impact on the environment and the geo-political situation in the Polar Regions
|Louwrens Hacquebord||Arctic Centre - RUG||PI|
|U.I. Gustafsson||Arctic Centre - RUG||PhD|
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PublicationsDag Avango, Louwrens Hacquebord, et al., 2011. Between markets and geo-politics: natural resource exploitation on Spitsbergen from 1600 to the present day. Polar Record 47 (01), 29-39U. I. Gustafsson, 2010. Industrialising the Arctic: Settlement design and technical adaptations of modern whaling stations in Spitsbergen and Bear Island. Whaling & History III. Papers presented at a symposium in Sandefjord on the 18th and 19th June 2009 , 45 - 59L. Hacquebord, 2010. English and Dutch whaling stations in Spitsbergen (Svalbard) in the 17th Century. Whaling and History III , 59 - 68Y. I. Aalders, D. Avango, & S. DePasqual, 2009. Lashipa 5: Archaeological Expedition on Spitsbergen 27 July-17 August. U. I. Gustafsson, 2008. Modern Whaling Industry in Spitsbergen as a tool for territorial claiming and national sovereignty strives. Patrimoine De l Industri/Industrial Patrimony 19, 17 - 24D. Avango, L. Bekooy, et al., 2007. LASHIPA 2. Archaeological expedition on Svalbard, August 8-20, 2005.
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