The international consortium for understanding and PREDICTING SOCIETALLY-RELEVANT CHANGES
IN SIBERIA IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

SecNet is an open community of universities, research institutes and other organisations, teams and individuals that are united by a common goal to support sustainable development of the North, including the Arctic, by accumulating experience and knowledge on Siberian environments and society to understand and predict societally important changes so that negative anthropogenic consequences can be minimised.

SecNet strategy

Link world-class international and Russian institutes researching Siberia

Link multiple disciplines
and approaches

Provide a “one-stop-shop”
for information on Siberia

Communicate knowledge to educators, researchers, policy-makers and the public

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SECNET partners

interact

University of Arctic

USA NEON

Canadian Mountains Network

SecNet
Participants

International Projects

Large-scale Infrastructure Project within EC “Horizon2020” Programme

Duration 2017-2020.

Partners: 47 Universities and Research Centres from all over the world.

EU JPI-Climate Project

Our partners in this Project are advanced research groups of European quality from: Umeå University, Sweden; University of Aberdeen, UK; University of Toulouse, France.

Duration 2015-2018

The project

is funded by the Russian Government

Publications related SecNet activity

documents

Terence V. Callaghan —

Scientific advisor, Professor (University

of Sheffield), Professor (Tomsk State University) D.Sc.

 

Liudmila Borilo —

Executive Director, Professor, D.Sc.

 

Olga Shaduyko —

Project coordinator, Director,

Excellence support unit

 

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