A journey along the Siberian mega-transect

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A journey along the Siberian mega-transect: Discovering Tomsk State University and environmental research

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Join us on 22 October for the webinar to hear directly from Tomsk State University’s leading researchers on the University’s ongoing and future scientific projects linked to the Arctic research and climate change impacts.

From environmental monitoring in the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions to Siberian rock glaciers to research into the Northern Hemisphere’s largest swamp system (the Great Vasyugan Mire) - Tomsk State University covers it all and much more! We will take you on an exciting journey to discover the University’s BioClimLand multidisciplinary research centre, environmental research across Siberia’s mega-transect and opportunities for fieldwork and networking across Siberia through the Siberian Change Network (SecNet).

Located in the city of Tomsk in Western Siberia, TSU is a well-established international science and higher education player and member of the UArctic. TSU operates three INTERACT affiliated research stations ("Aktru" in the Altai Mountains, "Kajbasovo" in the middle course of the Ob River, "Khanymej" in the permafrost zone) and has over 300 sampling sites as well as mobile laboratories for all-year fieldwork.

This webinar has been organised by the NERC Arctic Office, UK Science and Innovation Network in Russia, Tomsk State University (TSU)

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