Shipping in Arctic Waters

  title={Shipping in Arctic Waters},
  author={Willy {\O}streng and Karl Magnus Eger and Brit Fl{\o}istad and Arnfinn J{\o}rgensen-Dahl and Lars Lothe and Morten Mejl{\ae}nder-Larsen and Tor Wergeland},
  booktitle={Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
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