The marine component of human geography studies in Post-Soviet Russia: key trends and development priorities
Originated in the 1960s, the ‘marine branch’ of Soviet, and later Russian, economic and social geography contributed to the diversification of geographical science and expanded its scope. The new branch was a product of the rapid growth of the marine economy and the country’s ...
The sea factor in the federal regulation of Russia’s spatial development: post-Soviet experience and current priorities
... — all these factors have been recently discussed in the literature , , , , . The country’s strategic goals have been significantly affected by two tendencies, which have been plainly visible in the 1990s—early 2000s: the growing marine economy and increasing coastalisation (the gravitation of the economy, infrastructure and people towards the sea).
The 2025 Strategy for the Spatial Development of the Russian Federation<2>, adopted in 2019, disclosed the major trends and ...
Saint Petersburg as a Global Coastal City: Positioning in the Baltic Region
... KPMG Baltics SIA, November, available at: www.kpmg.com/EE/et/IssuesAndInsights/ArticlesPublications (accessed 07.06.2015).
Lachininskii S., Semenova I.
global coastal city, St. Petersburg, Baltic region, ports, coastal region, global urban area, marine economy.