EVENTS

II International Field Symposium “West Siberian peatlands and carbon Cycle: Past and Present”
24 August – 2 September, 2007
Experts from differenet fields – climatology, hydrology, soil science, geobotany, bryology, forestry etc. took part in the Symposium to study the diverse biosphere and resource functions of bogs. Peatlands of West Siberia are of high importance for the global carbon cycle and softening of the consiquences of global climate change. The scientists shared their experience during the work of different sessions of the Symposium and round tables. They also spent several days doing field work and visiting different kinds of bogs. 

Scientific Field Excursion – 2009
14 – 26 June, 2009
The event was held in frames of the international ecological festival “Save and Preserve”. 27 scientists and experts in the sphere of natural resources management from the Netherlands learnt about environment and natural bogs of the Yugra region, met with authorities and established new contacts. The guests visited the Mukhrino station, “Kondinskiye lakes” natural park and had a trip to the bordering Yamal region in order to study permafrost. 

International Mycologic Summer School “Biodiversity of Macromycetes in the Centre of West Siberia (Khanty-Mansiysk region)”
17 – 23 August, 2010

III International Field Symposium “West Siberian peatlands and carbon Cycle: Past and Present”
27 June – 5 July, 2011
The Symposium gathered international scientists interested to discuss the following topics: origin and paleoecology of northern bogs, role of bogs in preserving biological diversity, modelling of carbon balance and hydrothermic conditions of the bogs, impact of oil production and modern technologies of reclamation. 

VI International Meeting on the Biology of Sphagnum
15 – 24 August, 2016
The program of the VI International Meeting on the Biology of Sphagnum of International Association of Bryologists will include trips to the forests and mires around Khanty-Mansiysk and on the way to the natural park “Kondinskiye Lakes”, 450 km to the west.

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