международный консорциум для понимания
и прогнозирования социально-значимых
изменений в Сибири в глобальном контексте
SecNet members collaborated
with foreign colleagues
studying climate change
May 27-29, Moscow State University Lomonosov held a workshop of the CLINF project working group, aimed at developing partnerships with the University of Uppasala (Sweden). The seminar was attended by experts from universities and research institutes of Moscow, Arkhangelsk, Murmansk, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, Tomsk.
During the three-day seminar, a structure for joint publication was developed, and lines of cooperation in the field of ecology, ornithology, GIS, medical statistics, sociology and interdisciplinary research were outlined. The development of a universal sociological toolkit for conducting a survey of the population in Greenland, Sweden, Finland, the Faroe Islands, the Arkhangelsk Region, the Nenets Autonomous District, and Yamal, was also launched.
Alexander Sokolov, Head of the Arctic Research Station of the Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology (Labytnangi), shared his experience in the development of research infrastructure using the example of the laboratory “Dynamics of Arctic Ecosystems”. Lydia Rakhmanova, senior researcher of TSU Laboratory for the Study of Ecosystems and Climate Change (led by Terry Callaghan) presented preliminary results of field studies in the Western Siberian Arctic and sub-arctic zone, conducted under the Russian Foundation for Basic Research grant 18-05-60264 “Comprehensive study of changes in vulnerable terrestrial ecosystems of the West Siberian Arctic based on the mega-profile approach”.
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