Professor of Moscow State University will talk about carbon polygons at the "REC Lecture Hall" in Ufa

One of the main initiatives of Bashkortostan this year is to create a carbon landfill on the territory of the republic within the framework of pilot projects of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia. Ufa researchers plan to develop methods for controlling the balance of greenhouse gases in the region using digital technologies.

Within the framework of the scientific and educational project "REC Lecture Halls" on October 23, 2021 at 11.00 am. A lecture by Alexander Valentinovich Olchev, Professor of Lomonosov Moscow State University, will take place at the site of the Art-SQUARE Cultural Center.

Alexander Valentinovich Olchev - Professor, Candidate of Geographical Sciences, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Moscow University. His research interests include biogeochemical cycles of terrestrial ecosystems; measurement and modeling of greenhouse gas fluxes between the Earth's surface and the atmosphere.

At the lecture, the professor will discuss the topic "Carbon landfills as a mechanism for research and control of climatically active gases."

What are carbon polygons - is it a fashion tribute or a modern necessity? What are they created for? According to what principle is the selection of sites for carbon landfills? We will try to answer these and other questions as part of our lecture.

It's easy to become a lecture hall listener - register using the link  https://nocrb.timepad.ru/event/1821732/ – you will receive a link to the online broadcast. Participation in the lecture is free of charge.

An online broadcast will be organized on the YouTube channel of the Eurasian REC and VKontakte.

Connect to the online lecture, prepare your questions, write them under the broadcast and get prizes!

Partners: "Lectionary REC": USNTU, TV channel "BST" and "Art-Square"

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