Ensuring the territorial connectivity in the arctic region of the Russian Federation: urgent scientific and technical tasks
The article proposes an approach to the definition of complex scientific and technical tasks to ensure the connectivity of the Arctic region of the Russian Federation. Having studied strategic planning documents, citizens' proposals in the formulation of the National Programme for the Development of the Far East and scientific publications, we have drawn up a list of problems with complex tasks and scientific and technical tasks. In order to effectively problems’ solution of the spatial development of the Arctic regions, it is necessary to introduce new technologies that ensure the energy, transport, information and socio-cultural connectivity of sparsely populated and inaccessible areas. The article presents a list of the scientific and technical tasks required for the development of such technologies.
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