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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “THE CASPIAN REGION: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CLIMATE CHANGE” OCTOBER 14–16, 2010, MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY, RUSSIA

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On October 14–16, 2010, the Faculty of Geography organized the International Conference on “The Caspian Region: Environmental Consequences of the Climate Change”. Scientists from all countries of the Caspian region—Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan, along with Great Britain, Canada, the Netherlands and Ukraine, participated. Specialists on different areas of expertise—climatologists, hydrologists, oceanographers, marine geologists, geomorphologists, cartographers, paleogeographers, geochemists, biologists and others—addressed fundamental and applied questions associated with sustainable development of the Caspian region. As a whole, approx. 180 participants presented 102 reports. By the beginning of the conference the volume of abstracts “The Caspian Region: Environmental Consequences of the Climate Change” was published. (http://media.geogr.msu.ru/Caspian_2010/caspian_conference_2010.pdf)

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Tamara Yanina

Russian Federation


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Yanina T. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “THE CASPIAN REGION: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CLIMATE CHANGE” OCTOBER 14–16, 2010, MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY, RUSSIA. GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY. 2010;3(2):125-128.

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