Reports

Reports
This category shows reports which include data from the ASTD database.

Reports using data from ASTD can be used freely by all. Please use the source PAME: Arctic Ship Traffic Data. Contact the PAME Secretariat for more information (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Documents

Polar Code area analysis (2017)

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Polar Code Area 2017 - Ship analysis.pdf

Polar Code area analysis (2017)
This report contains information about ships in the Arctic Polar Code area in 2017.

All use is permitted under the Creative Commons licence.

Source: PAME - Arctic Ship Traffic Data (2019)

Created by the PAME Secretariat (November 2018).

Fishing Vessels in the Arctic Polar Code area in 2018

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Fishing Vessels in the Arctic Polar Code area in 2018.pdf

Fishing Vessels in the Arctic Polar Code area in 2018

This document is a part of a presentation made by Hjalti Hreinsson from the PAME Secretariat at the Torremolinos Ministerial Conference on Fishing Vessel Safety and Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing (21-23 October 2019). For the Polar Panel on the conference, the request was to discuss fishing vessels in the Arctic. This document contains information from the ASTD System.

A 10-Year Projection of Maritime Activity in the U.S. Arctic Region

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CMTS_2019_Arctic_Vessel_Projection_Report.pdf

U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System (CMTS) has completed the report, “A 10-Year Projection of Maritime Activity in the U.S. Arctic Region,” which provides estimates of vessel traffic (numbers of vessels and transits) based on modeling of current vessel activity patterns, growth potential, and vessel projection scenarios, including diversion from other routes, and oil and gas development. The report also completes the first milestone of the National Strategy for the Arctic Region (NSAR) 2014 Implementation Plan, which is intended to guide Federal activities related to the construction, maintenance, and improvement of marine transportation Arctic infrastructure.

ASTD data was used in the report.

The CMTS serves as a Federal interagency coordinating committee for the purpose of assessing the adequacy of the marine transportation system, promoting the integration of the marine transportation system with other modes of transportation and other uses of the marine environment, and coordinating, improving the coordination of, and making recommendations with regard to Federal policies that impact the marine transportation system.