The international consortium for understanding and PREDICTING SOCIETALLY-RELEVANT CHANGES
IN SIBERIA IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT
SecNet is an open community of universities, research institutes and other organisations, teams and individuals that are united by a common goal to support sustainable development of the North, including the Arctic, by accumulating experience and knowledge on Siberian environments and society to understand and predict societally important changes so that negative anthropogenic consequences can be minimised.
Link world-class international and Russian institutes researching Siberia
Link multiple disciplines
Provide a “one-stop-shop”
for information on Siberia
Communicate knowledge to educators, researchers, policy-makers and the public
Scientists from Altai State
University Takes Part in the International Research
Published by Science Magazine
The SecNet network together
with its partners held the International Scientific and Educational Forum Aktru-2019
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University of Arctic
Canadian Mountains Network
Large-scale Infrastructure Project within EC “Horizon2020” Programme
Partners: 47 Universities and Research Centres from all over the world.
EU JPI-Climate Project
Our partners in this Project are advanced research groups of European quality from: Umeå University, Sweden; University of Aberdeen, UK; University of Toulouse, France.
Biogeochemical cycles of Arctic bog-lake landscapes of Western Siberia as an Indicator of Climate Change on a Global Scale and A Basis for the sustainable nature management of the Region (Bio-Geo-Clim)
is funded by the Russian Government (Mega-Grant)
is funded by the Russian Government
Terence V. Callaghan —
Scientific advisor, Professor (University
of Sheffield), Professor (Tomsk State University) D.Sc.
Sergei Kirpotin — Professor
(Tomsk State University), director
of BioClimLand Excellence Centre
Liudmila Borilo —
Executive Director, Professor, D.Sc.
Olga Shaduyko —
Project coordinator, Director,
Excellence support unit
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