Economics > Shipping
Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment (AMSA)
AMSA is a follow-up to the Arctic Marine Strategic Plan, adopted by the Arctic Council Ministers in 2004. The Assessment is a comprehensive and collaborative effort that addresses specific Arctic and management issues, while also promoting cooperation and collaboration. Resources include the AMSA progress report, brochures and posters, and the AMSA Scenarios of the Future in several languages.
European Maritime Safety Agency > Vessel Tracking Globally
The Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) System obtains ship identity and location information for nations across the world. The site provides access to the LRI Cooperative Data Center, as well as related information, brochures, and videos.
International Maritime Organization (IMO) > Ships Operating in Polar Regions
Background information and changes to the guidelines for ships operating in polar waters, as well as relevant news updates.
International Maritime Organization > Global Integrated Shipping Information System (GISIS)
Publically-available resources offered by IMO. Content is organized into topics such as Maritime Security, Piracy and Armed Robbery, and Radio communications and Search and Rescue.
Marine Exchange of Alaska: Vessel Tracking
Tracks vessels using Automatic Identification System (AIS) and long range satellite tracking.