The Northern Sea Route (Russian: Се́верный морско́й путь, Severnyy morskoy put, shortened to Севморпуть, Sevmorput) is a shipping route officially defined by Russian legislation as lying east of Novaya Zemlya and specifically running along the Russian Arctic coast from the Kara Sea, along Siberia, to the Bering Strait. The entire route lies in Arctic waters and within Russia's exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Parts are free of ice for only two months per year. The overall route on Russia's side of the Arctic between North Cape and the Bering Strait has been called the Northeast Passage, analogous to the Northwest Passage on the Canada side.

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  • The Northern Sea Route (Russian: Се́верный морско́й путь, Severnyy morskoy put, shortened to Севморпуть, Sevmorput) is a shipping route officially defined by Russian legislation as lying east of Novaya Zemlya and specifically running along the Russian Arctic coast from the Kara Sea, along Siberia, to the Bering Strait. The entire route lies in Arctic waters and within Russia's exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Parts are free of ice for only two months per year. The overall route on Russia's side of the Arctic between North Cape and the Bering Strait has been called the Northeast Passage, analogous to the Northwest Passage on the Canada side. While the Northeast Passage includes all the East Arctic seas and connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Northern Sea Route does not include the Barents Sea, and it therefore does not reach the Atlantic. Melting Arctic ice caps are likely to increase traffic in and the commercial viability of the Northern Sea Route. One study, for instance, projects "remarkable shifts in trade flows between Asia and Europe, diversion of trade within Europe, heavy shipping traffic in the Arctic and a substantial drop in Suez traffic. Projected shifts in trade also imply substantial pressure on an already threatened Arctic ecosystem." (en)
  • La Rotta del Mare del Nord (in russo: Се́верный морско́й путь, traslitterato: Severnyy morskoy put) è una rotta commerciale definita ufficialmente dalla legislazione russa come una rotta a est di Novaya Zemlya e che scorre lungo la costa artica russa dal Mar di Kara, lungo la Siberia, fino allo Stretto di Bering.L'intera rotta si trova in acque artiche dentro la Zona economica esclusiva russa.Alcune tratte sono libere dal ghiaccio per soli due mesi all'anno. La parte tra Capo Nord e lo stretto di Bering viene chiamata Passaggio a nord-est mentre il lato canadese è il passaggio a Nordovest. Lo scioglimento dei ghiacci sta incrementando il traffico del tratto e la viabilità commerciale della rotta Uno studio ipotizza che si verificheranno: "notevoli cambiamenti nei flussi commerciali tra l'Asia e l'Europa, la differenza degli scambi all'interno dell'Europa, il pesante traffico marittimo nell'Artico e un sostanziale calo del traffico di Suez. I cambiamenti previsti nel commercio implicano anche forti pressioni su un ecosistema artico già minacciato.". L'impianto di Yamal Lng per il gas liquefatto vede per la prima volta anche l'interesse della Cina in collaborazione con la Russia su questa rotta. (it)
  • De Noordelijke Zeeroute is een officiële passage die de Karische Poort verbindt met de Beringzee (Grote Oceaan). De zeeroute loopt volledig door Russische wateren en vormt een deel van de langere Noordoostelijke Doorvaart. De route ligt volledig in het Poolgebied en is maar twee tot drie maanden per jaar ijsvrij (arctische zomer). De route omvat niet de Barentszzee en is dus geen verbinding tussen de Atlantische en Grote Oceaan. (nl)
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  • De Noordelijke Zeeroute is een officiële passage die de Karische Poort verbindt met de Beringzee (Grote Oceaan). De zeeroute loopt volledig door Russische wateren en vormt een deel van de langere Noordoostelijke Doorvaart. De route ligt volledig in het Poolgebied en is maar twee tot drie maanden per jaar ijsvrij (arctische zomer). De route omvat niet de Barentszzee en is dus geen verbinding tussen de Atlantische en Grote Oceaan. (nl)
  • The Northern Sea Route (Russian: Се́верный морско́й путь, Severnyy morskoy put, shortened to Севморпуть, Sevmorput) is a shipping route officially defined by Russian legislation as lying east of Novaya Zemlya and specifically running along the Russian Arctic coast from the Kara Sea, along Siberia, to the Bering Strait. The entire route lies in Arctic waters and within Russia's exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Parts are free of ice for only two months per year. The overall route on Russia's side of the Arctic between North Cape and the Bering Strait has been called the Northeast Passage, analogous to the Northwest Passage on the Canada side. (en)
  • La Rotta del Mare del Nord (in russo: Се́верный морско́й путь, traslitterato: Severnyy morskoy put) è una rotta commerciale definita ufficialmente dalla legislazione russa come una rotta a est di Novaya Zemlya e che scorre lungo la costa artica russa dal Mar di Kara, lungo la Siberia, fino allo Stretto di Bering.L'intera rotta si trova in acque artiche dentro la Zona economica esclusiva russa.Alcune tratte sono libere dal ghiaccio per soli due mesi all'anno. La parte tra Capo Nord e lo stretto di Bering viene chiamata Passaggio a nord-est mentre il lato canadese è il passaggio a Nordovest. (it)
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  • Northern Sea Route (en)
  • Rotta del Mare del Nord (it)
  • Noordelijke Zeeroute (nl)
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