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Development situation and future demand for the ports along the Northern Sea Route

Development situation and future demand for the ports along the Northern Sea Route
Development situation and future demand for the ports along the Northern Sea Route
Due to global warming, the ice-free time of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) is becoming increasingly longer, which increases its potential as a major international shipping route. As the key nodes, ports play an important role in the development of shipping routes, but few studies have discussed the issue of port development in the NSR. This paper presents the topic of the development situation and future demand for the ports along the NSR. The introduction of NSR and the relative ports have been introduced first. Then, the development situation and future potential of ports are analyzed from different indicators; furthermore, the evaluation of the ports has been made. Finally, policy recommendations are put forward.
Arctic shipping, Development situation, Northern Sea route, Ports
2210-5395
Wang, Dan
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Li, Danyang
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Gong, Yu
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Wang, Rui
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Wang, Jie
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Huang, Xiaoling
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Wang, Dan
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Li, Danyang
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Gong, Yu
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Wang, Rui
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Wang, Jie
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Huang, Xiaoling
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Wang, Dan, Li, Danyang, Gong, Yu, Wang, Rui, Wang, Jie and Huang, Xiaoling (2020) Development situation and future demand for the ports along the Northern Sea Route. Research in Transportation Business & Management, 33, [100465]. (doi:10.1016/j.rtbm.2020.100465).

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Due to global warming, the ice-free time of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) is becoming increasingly longer, which increases its potential as a major international shipping route. As the key nodes, ports play an important role in the development of shipping routes, but few studies have discussed the issue of port development in the NSR. This paper presents the topic of the development situation and future demand for the ports along the NSR. The introduction of NSR and the relative ports have been introduced first. Then, the development situation and future potential of ports are analyzed from different indicators; furthermore, the evaluation of the ports has been made. Finally, policy recommendations are put forward.

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Accepted/In Press date: 9 March 2020
e-pub ahead of print date: 19 March 2020
Keywords: Arctic shipping, Development situation, Northern Sea route, Ports

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Local EPrints ID: 439507
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/439507
ISSN: 2210-5395
PURE UUID: 85066ca2-173c-4c57-ba0e-bdfd0e40744e
ORCID for Yu Gong: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5411-376X

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Date deposited: 24 Apr 2020 16:31
Last modified: 18 Jun 2022 01:47

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Author: Dan Wang
Author: Danyang Li
Author: Yu Gong ORCID iD
Author: Rui Wang
Author: Jie Wang
Author: Xiaoling Huang

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