Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment Documents

Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment Documents

The Arctic Council, recognizing critical changes and important issues related to shipping in the Arctic, at the November 2004 Ministerial meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland, called for the Council's Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME) working group to "conduct a comprehensive Arctic marine shipping assessment as outlined under the Arctic Marine Strategic Plan (AMSP) under the guidance of Canada, Finland and the United States as lead countries and in collaboration with the Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPPR) working group and the Permanent Participants as relevant."

The Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment, or The AMSA 2009 Report, was approved at the 2009 Ministerial meeting in Tromsø.

Reports to Senior Arctic Officials (SAO's)

2009: AMSA Follow-up (presentation)
2008: AMSA Proposed Process and Timeline
2007: AMSA status - November (presentation)
2007: AMSA progress report
2007: AMSA status - April (presentation)

Other AMSA Documents:

AMSA brochure.
AMSA Scenarios for the Future.
US Report on the VOS Scheme
2015 AMSA Progress Report - Korean translation
Communication Seminar on PAME Shipping activities (Korean Maritime Institute) - Seminar report


Various AMSA Documents:

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