Typology of migration processes of Russian coastal regions
The coastal area of Russia is a dynamically developing region of the country, the geopolitical and geostrategic importance of which has grown significantly in recent decades due to changes in the external conditions of development. The differences in the socio-economic ...
The coastal factor in spatial development programmes for the municipalities of the Kaliningrad region
Mikhaylov A. S., Mikhaylova A. A., Kuznetsova T. Y. Coastalization effect and spatial divergence: segregation of European regions // Ocean & Coastal Management. 2018. Vol. 161. Р. 57—65.
Gumenyuk I. S., Gumenyuk L. G., Belov N. S.
coastal location, coastal areas, maritime activities, municipalities, Kaliningrad region, microgeography
The use and environmental state of the Curonian Lagoon and its coastal zones
The waters of the Curonian Lagoon and the contiguous coastal area are linked together by both the environment and economic activities. Regional planning considers water and coastal areas as separate phenomena that lack a common management system. However, this approach is poorly applicable to the Curonian Lagoon,...
Economic and Geographical Structure of the Baltic Sea region
The Baltic Sea region is one of the most developed transnational regions. It comprises the coastal areas of Russia, Germany, and Poland and the entire territories of Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. New spatial forms of international economic cooperation develop in the region. The region is not homogeneous in terms of socioeconomic ...
Baltic Cooperation in Marine Spatial Planning
... economic environment of the Baltic Sea. Most joint spatial planning projects have been initiated by Finland, Sweden, Germany, and Poland.
Palmowski T., Tarkowski M.
Baltic Sea region, European Union, integrated coastal area management, spatial planning, Poland, Russia