Vladimir Yakushev, the governor of the Tyumen Oblast, signed an order to allocate more than ten million rubles to support research activities, the Department of Education and Science of the region reports.
In order to conduct Cryology research, the head of the region signed a decree on allocation of more than four million rubles for the Variability of Permafrost Ecosystems in the Arctic and Subarctic Climate Cycles research program development.
The project is implemented in the framework of the Russian-American Presidential Commission for the permafrost in the Arctic study and provides a basis for innovation in engineering and biomedical practice in the Tyumen region. Conducting research in this area includes the study of the northern regions natural environment, its climatic conditions, coastal zone, shelf sediments, as well as socio-economic factors, economic activity and human health problems in the North.
Vladimir Yakushev, the head of the region also signed an order to allocate seven million rubles from the regional budget to support research activities.