An Environmental History of the Soviet Arctic

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An Environmental History of the Soviet Arctic
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Carson Fellow Paul Josephson erforscht Russland nach dem Sturz des Zaren und die Umwandlung des Landes. Den Mittelpunkt stellt die Industrie dar, welche durch die Erforschung der Arktis und die neuen Ressourcen wiederbelebt werden soll. Josephson erforscht, wie die Sowjetunion die Ressourcen genutzt und dabei die Landschaften der Arktis verändert hat. Positive Leistungen wurden erbracht, im Hintergrund stehen aber immer Opfer, die von den Menschen und der Umwelt gebracht werden mussten. Carson Fellow Paul Josephson unterrichtet die Geschichte von Russland und der Sowjetunion in Maine.
Carson Fellow Paul Josephson investigates the transformation of the Soviet Union’s Arctic lands. In addition to the conversion of Czarist institutions, scientists and government leaders supported research into the Arctic conditions, leading to its industrialization. Josephson examines both the achievements of the Soviet Union’s Arctic conquest and its extraordinary environmental and human costs. Prof. Dr. Josephson is a professor of history at Colby College in Waterville, Maine.
Keywords Erforschung der Arktis Veraenderung der Staatsform Sowjetunion Zarenreich Umweltgeschichte Soviet Russia Arctic industrialization environmental history Soviet Arctic conquest
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