Current Issue: Adapting to a Changing Arctic
We know about the valuable resources in the Arctic: the minerals in the ground, the fish in the ocean, and the oil and gas in the seabed. Above all, the most valuable resource is the people. The people of the North have always deeply understood the value of the land, the sea, and the fish. We need to work to mediate the effects of climate change. We must look to the new realities of our environment for opportunities that will enrich the lives of the people of the North. We must dig deep, be innovative, and harness advantages that are here in front of us.
[Guest Editor Gerald Anderson]
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Call for Technical Papers
The JOT production team invites the submission of technical papers that describe cutting edge research (themes and deadlines below). Papers should present the results of new (i.e., not previously published) research in ocean technology, science or engineering, and be no more than 7,500 words in length. All papers are subject to a rigorous peer-review process. All peer-reviewed papers in the JOT are open access.
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