Experts of the International Academic Council of TSU visited the Kaybasovo research station. The visiting session of the council addressing the prospects for further development of the Centre of Excellence BioClimLand was held on 27–28 October on the bank of the Ob River.
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"For the world science, Western Siberia
is still largely a "white spot", says the director of the BioClimLand
Centre Sergey Kirpotin. "However, it is the place where we can observe the
processes that have a significant impact on the global climate. For several years,
TSU scientists have been studying the territory of Western
Siberia, which we propose to treat as a natural
megastructure for research in the field of life and earth sciences. The
Kaybasovo station is one of the key sites of the ecological corridor, or
mega-profile, runningsouth-north from the Altai Mountains to
The study of Western Siberia as a natural megastructure will contribute to
the promotion of TomskStateUniversity
as a Siberian research centre.
For more information, please contact Sergey
Kirpotin, the director of the Centre of Excellence BioClimLand, firstname.lastname@example.org.