Researchers of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory of the NArFU continue to conduct research within the framework of the mega-project of the Government of the Russian Federation.
The Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory research team took part in the exhibition of scientific and technical achievements of the NArFU
Workers of the Laboratory of Arctic Biomonitoring, led by the leading scientist of the laboratory Ingvar Thomassen, presented the laboratory at the exhibition of scientific and technical achievements of the NArFU.
Professor of the Norwegian National Institute of Occupational Health and leading scientist of the megafelt-project NArFU Yngvar Thomassen told the audience about how global warming can affect human health in the foreseeable future.
Yngvar Thomassen will give an open lecture - Global Warming and Climate Change's Impact on Human Health
Professor of the National Institute of Occupational Health (Oslo, Norway) and leading scientist of the mega-project of the NArFU on the development of methodology for biological monitoring of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation Yngvar Thomassen will give an open lecture - Global Warming and Climate Change's Impact on Human Health.
Scientists of the NArFU study the ecological state of terrestrial ecosystems on the territory of the Solovetsky Archipelago
PhD student of NArFU, employee of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, Anna Trofimova at the interregional youth research conference "Geoecological problems of the European North and the Arctic" told about the accumulation of nutrients in the soils around the filling station of the Solovetsky village.
The Expert Council on the questions of an Extreme North discussed the strategy of demographic development of the region
The first in this year meeting of the Expert Council on the Legislative Support for the Development of the North, the Far East, the Arctic and Territories Equated to them was held by the State Duma on February 5. The Council was created last autumn, the Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, deputy from the Arkhangelsk region Olga Epifanova is headed it.
During a visit to Tromsø, Tatiana Sorokina, the head of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory, and Andrey Aksenov, the head of the sector, held a number of meetings in Norway's leading laboratories engaged in research in the field of environmental protection, biological monitoring and climate change.
«Arctic Frontiers — 2018»: Looking for a balance between business, commercial activity and environment
From January 21 to 26, the 12th annual international conference "Arctic Frontiers" was held in Tromsø, Norway. Politicians, businessmen and scientists met to discuss prospects for the development of the Arctic territories at the sites of a major international forum. The event gathered about three thousand registered participants from 35 countries.
At the crossroads of science: how the health of the inhabitants of the Arctic depends on lawyers, engineers and economists
The head of the NArFU' Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, Tatyana Sorokina, about why for the full reclaiming of the Arctic, protection of its unique nature and health of the local residents requires the collaboration of specialists from different countries and different areas of science.
Within the framework of the "Journalist Living Room" project, representatives of the city and regional publications were able to talk with the university's management, university scientists and visit the Geological Museum named after N.P. Laverova.
On the eve of the New Year the leading scientist of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, Yngvar Thomassen shared his impressions from the first year of work in the NarFU
On the eve of the New Year, the leading scientist of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory, Ingvar Thomassen, shared his impressions of the first year of work in the NArFU in the framework of the mega-project "Development of methodology for monitoring, assessment, prediction and prevention of risks associated with the high level toxic polluting substances transfer via biological pathways. These substances can accumulate in the food chain and spread in Arctic ecosystems."
Tatyana Sorokina, the head of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory from the NArFU, and Valery Chashchin, chief research officer of the Northwest Scientific Center of Hygiene and Public Health, spoke about the results of the work on the scientific project of the NArFU, which received a mega-project from the Government of the Russian Federation.
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