Monthly Archives: June 2012

Baikal Dimensions team underway – the field season begins!

Underway! The Wellesley team has packed up the field gear, and everything they will need to live at the beautiful Bolshie Koty field station until mid-August, balancing the weight in their bags in accordance with S7 airline’s regulations and doublechecking … Continue reading

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UNESCO may reclassify Baikal as World Heritage in Danger

St. Peterburg forum of UNESCO World Heritage Committee might consider moving Baikal from the World Heritage list to the World Heritage in Danger lists due to continuing activity of Baikalsk pulpmill and numerous attempts to relax the conservation regulations protecting … Continue reading

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Origins! How Baikal collaboration began for this zooplankton ecologist…

When I was an undergrad at the University of Kansas, my Limnology professor John O’Brien told us about Lake Baikal in a long fascinating lecture – I was literally on the edge of my seat at the end of that … Continue reading

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