Coastal Ecology and Biological Safety, 2010
June 14 – 25, 2010
Nikolai Pertsov White Sea Biological Station, Northern Russia
Application deadline: April 15th 2010
What a coastal ecosystem is? How does sea and seashore interact?
How do we change them and what are the outcomes for ourselves?
Department for Int. Cooperation
Faculty of Biology
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Vorobjovy Gory, 1/12
119991 Moscow, Russian Federation
- Biology and ecology of the regions of littoral zone
- Ecology of forest zones adjacent to the sea
- History and practices of traditional and contemporary local nature management by the Pomors and the Karelian
- Comparative approaches to estimate biological safety
Language of instruction:
Financial conditions: cost of the program incl. accommodation and local transfers 1390 €
Food at the biological station: 125 €
Transfer by train (Moscow – Kandalaksha – Moscow): 225 €
Transfers from/to airport in Moscow not included.
Tentative program for foreign participants:
June 12, before 18:00 – show up at the faculty of biology
June 12, about 23:00 – transfer to Leningradski railway station (Moscow)
June 13, about 00:30 – departure from Moscow by train
June 14, about 09:00 – arrival to Poyakonda village; transfer to the biological station by boat.
June 25 about 15:00 – departure from biological station; transfer to Poyakonda by boat; local bus excursion (TBC)
June 25 about 21:00 – arrival to Kandalaksha; individual dinner (TBC)
June 25 about 23:30 – departure by train from Kandalaksha to Moscow
June 27 about 21:00 – arrival to Leningradski railway station (Moscow)
It generally takes I hour to get from major Moscow airports to the city center and 1 more hour (7 €) and about 1 hour to get to the Biological Faculty (less than 1 €)
Possible routing via St. Petersburg (chip afare) still to be confirmed on demand.
WSBS on the map