Today’s Arctic Shipping

Last year, experts said the Arctic is open for shipping year round due to the burning of fossil fuels.

Climate change: The Arctic sea ice retreats, opening shipping lanes – Vox

A few months later dozens of ships got trapped in the ice.

There appears to be little or no Arctic shipping occurring as of July 22, 2022.

MarineTraffic: Global Ship Tracking Intelligence | AIS Marine Traffic

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4 Responses to Today’s Arctic Shipping

  1. Gamecock says:

    Thanks for the Marine Traffic link! Very interesting. Like flightaware or flightradar24, except for ships.

    I wish they would display a legend. I can’t tell what the different colors of ships means.

    I expected a couple hundred ships off San Pedro, but there is only a dozen.

  2. Jack Schramm says:

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  3. william says:

    Russia was going to offer it up for use back around 1967. The Suez crisis put a stop to that going ahead but the route was proven by sending tankers through to , Japan.

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