By J. Rennie Whitehead (auth.), P. J. Amaria, A. A. Bruneau, P. A. Lapp (eds.)
For the aim of booklet of those complaints, the unique convention programme has been rearranged to supply a extra logical series of presentation. the start sections supply the inaugural speech and the six keynote addresses which have been added on the starting plenary consultation. Following those are the operating papers, released kind of within the comparable series within which they have been offered within the unique programme. The order of presentation doesn't inevitably emphasise the significance of anybody element of the Arctic platforms over others. the ultimate studies of the six operating teams and their conclusions and proposals are edited in this sort of demeanour as to offer them in a standardised structure for simple comprehension. The editors settle for accountability for any distortion inadvertently brought within the summarising and enhancing procedures. Later sections of the complaints supply a heritage to the convention association and deliberations, and an self sufficient critique of the assembly. the administrators and those that attended the convention have been aware of the debt of gratitude owed via them to the convention chairmen, rapporteurs, authors of operating papers, and plenty of participants for his or her contributions to the good fortune of the assembly. we want to thank them and it's a excitement to list their names in those lawsuits. Inaugural Speaker Dr. J. Rennie Whitehead, Canada ceremonial dinner visitor Speaker Honourable Mr. T. Alex Hickman, Canada Keynote Addresses Mr. C. Bornemann, Denmark Dr. A.E. Collin, Canada Dr. R.E. Francois, U.S.A.
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In the long term, assuming the question of international sovereignty and related sensitivities can be overcome, is an International Traffic Control Centre located somewhere controlling international traffic anywhere in the entire Arctic archipelago socially viable and needed? TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT, NAVIGATION, AND COMMUNICATION 47 BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Polhemus Navigation Sciences inc. S. Coastal Confluence Region". Report prepared for the United States Coast Guard, 1972. 2. , - "Study to Evaluate Candidate Navigation Systems for Use in Canada North".
Report prepared for the United States Coast Guard, 1972. 2. , - "Study to Evaluate Candidate Navigation Systems for Use in Canada North". Report prepared for Ministry of Transport, January, 1975. 3. , Canadian Hydrographic Service, "Loran C Compared with Other Navigation Aids in Meeting Future Canadian Needs", January, 1975. 4. United States Department of Transportation, "National Plan for Navigation", Annex, July, 1974. 5. , "The Identification of Requirements Critical to Operations on and Below Ice-Covered Waters", September, 1974.
A hyperbolic system also, it operates continuous wave at TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT, NAVIGATION, AND COMMUNICATION 35 four dedicated frequencies between 84 and 128 KHz, and gives a daytime range of about 450 km with an accuracy of between 50 and 500 metres. Installed in some of the confluence areas off the Canadian East Coast, it is very well thought of by many mariners. While it is very accurate by today's standards, its range is such that many stations would be needed if it were to blanket the Arctic.