A book edited by Thule Institute research coordinators published by Springer Nature

Based on the presentations from the UArctic Congress 2016, a book entitled “The Interconnected Arctic” is now published by Springer Nature as an Open Access book in the Springer Polar Sciences series. The book presents a variety of current arctic issues and is targeted to appeal to a wide audience from scientists to policy makers. The book is edited by the Kirsi Latola and Hannele Savela, both working at the Thule Institute at the University of Oulu.

The book consists of 31 chapters, each focusing on a topic related to the themes presented in the congress such as vulnerability of arctic environment and societies, building of long-term human capacity, arctic tourism, arctic safety, and equality in the Arctic.  

The book is Open Access, and can be viewed and downloaded free of charge from the website or via the SpringerLink platform.



Last updated: 30.6.2017