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The field of activity of the complex scientific expedition of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the territory of Yakutia can be extended
October 6 Egor Borisov held a working meeting on the organization of a complex scientific expedition of the Russian Academy of Sciences on the territory of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia), the press service of the Yakut governor said.
The meeting was attended by the Chairman of the Government of the RS (Y) Galina Danchikova, the Chairman of the Presidium of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Academician Alexander Aseev, members of the Government of the Republic, heads of scientific institutions and the scientific community.
In the spring of this year, during a personal meeting with Vladimir Putin, Yegor Borisov addressed the head of state with a proposal to organize a comprehensive scientific expedition to develop scientific recommendations for the further development of the socio-economic potential of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
Vladimir Putin supported the initiative of Egor Borisov, instructing the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, and the President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladimir Fortov, to make a decision on the organization of comprehensive scientific research in Yakutia in 2015-2020.
At the October 6 meeting, the Chairman of the RS (Y) State Committee on Innovation Policy and Science, Maxim Trofimov, made a keynote address on the Concept of the Program of the Integrated Scientific Expedition of the Russian Academy of Sciences for the Study of the Human and Economic Potential of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). His co-rapporteur was the chairman of the Yakut Scientific Center of the SB RAS, Corresponding Member of the RAS Mikhail Lebedev.
The strategic goal of the Concept “Yakutia - a region of new development” presented by the speakers is the scientific and expert substantiation and support of the comprehensive development program for the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) as a unique region of the Russian Federation in the Arctic zone and the Far East. The program is aimed at developing productive forces, preserving and realizing human potential in extreme climatic conditions.
Among the main tasks, an assessment of the sustainability and productivity of ecosystems in specific areas of prospective economic development of the republic (especially in the Arctic), detailed geological exploration, assessment of seismicity and cryogenicity of territories, analysis of human development, including in biomedical aspects, development of proposals for creating technology platform "Arctic Technologies" for the implementation of large-scale corporate and government projects.
In carrying out comprehensive research is proposed to divide the country into five main areas: the Arctic (Anabar, Oleneksky, Bulunsky, Ust-Jansky, Allaikhovskiy, Nizhnekolymsky, Zhigansky, Eveno-Bytanayskiy, Verkhoyansk, Moma, Abyisky, Srednekolymsky, Verkhnekolymskiy areas, waters around Novosibirsk, Bear Islands of the Arctic Ocean), Central Yakutsk (Kobyaysky, Gorny, Namsky, Khangalassky, Megino-Kangalassky, Amginsky, Churapchinsky, Tattinsky, Ust-Aldan districts), South-Yakutsk yu (Olekminsky, Neryungri, Aldan District), West Yakut zone (Mirny, Lensky, Nyurbinsk, Vilyusky, Verkhnevilyuisk districts) and Eastern Yakutia (Tomponsky, Ust-Maya, Oimyakon areas).
According to the concept developers, the organizers and heads of the scientific complex expedition “Yakutia is a region of new development” on the part of the Russian Academy of Sciences should be the leaders of the country's leading scientific schools.
On the part of the republic, researchers from the Yakutsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Academy of Sciences of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia), institutes and faculties of the NEFU them. M.K. Ammosova and other scientific and educational institutions of the republic.
Summing up the meeting, Yegor Borisov noted the importance of correctly formulating the goals and objectives of the future integrated scientific expedition at the initial stage. In his opinion, it is this factor that will determine the success of the entire work.
Egor Afanasyevich also believes that the expedition should have a single coordinating center. Today, the Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations, the Ministry of East Development, the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) are engaged in preparing for the commencement of the activity of a complex scientific expedition. “This is wrong,” Yegor Borisov is sure, “a single customer acting as a coordinator is needed.”
In order to resolve all organizational issues, the head of the republic intends in the near future to hold a series of working meetings with federal ministers and the leadership of the Government of Russia, as well as with the President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Vladimir Fortov and other leading scientists of the country.
In addition, the head of the republic, Egor Borisov, spoke in favor of creating an independent expert group in the republic that would monitor and evaluate the activities of the participants of the integrated scientific expedition of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Also, Yegor Afanasyevich made a number of other proposals. In particular, it was about including in the work plan of the expedition an additional study of the history of Yakutia, as well as about the need to systematize all the accumulated information on such important areas of knowledge as demography, geology, agriculture, etc.