The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation?

Wehrmann D (2016)
The Polar Journal: 1-19.

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Wehrmann D. The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation? The Polar Journal. 2016:1-19.
Wehrmann, D. (2016). The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation? The Polar Journal, 1-19.
Wehrmann, D. (2016). The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation? The Polar Journal, 1-19.
Wehrmann, D., 2016. The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation? The Polar Journal, , p 1-19.
D. Wehrmann, “The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation?”, The Polar Journal, 2016, pp. 1-19.
Wehrmann, D.: The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation? The Polar Journal. 1-19 (2016).
Wehrmann, Dorothea. “The Polar Regions as “Barometers” in the Anthropocene: Towards a New Significance of Non-State Actors in International Cooperation?”. The Polar Journal (2016): 1-19.
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