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- 2Climate Change Impacts
- 1Arctic Transportation
- 1Climate Change Adaptation
- 1Freight Delivery Schedule Planning
- 1Inland Waterway Transport
- 2Kim, A. M.
- 2Zheng, Y.
- 1Du, Q.
- 1This work was carried out as part of a project sponsored by Transport Canada’s NEXTAW (Network of Expertise on Transportation in Arctic Waters) initiative. We would like to thank NTCL for providing freight volume data, and the Government of the Northwest Territories (particularly <redacted> and <redacted>) for their continued support.
- 1This work was sponsored by Transport Canada’s NEXTAW (Network of Expertise on Transportation in Arctic Waters) initiative. We would like to thank NTCL for providing freight volumes data, and the Government of the Northwest Territories for their enthusiastic and extensive support. We would also like to thank Dr. Thian Gan for providing Mackenzie River stream flow simulation results.
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