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IOC/UNESCO, UNESCO Сhairs and WMO Regional Meteorological Training Center Programmes Lev Karlin Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU)

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1 IOC/UNESCO, UNESCO Сhairs and WMO Regional Meteorological Training Center Programmes Lev Karlin Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU)

2 Baltic Floating University is a long-term educational project developed and carried out by the RSHU staff The “Training-Through-Research” (TTR) principle is being developed and applied through the project. TTR programme puts together the advantages of the formal training of undergraduate and postgraduate students and young scientists with the experiences gained in advanced research

3 A recognized BFU peculiarity is a two-ship operation BFU uses in parallel two training platforms: a big oceanographic vessel for studies in the open Baltic Sea and a sailing catamaran for investigations in its shallow coastal waters

4 BFU educational cycle Shipboard data collection, processing and analysis

5 BFU educational cycle training in writing reports and research papers annual publication of the research results in “BFU Research Bulletin”

6 International educational collaboration Cooperation with the “Baltic University Programme”, coordinated by Uppsala University, Sweden, which was started in 1999

7 The BFU project has stimulated the development of international contacts with other European universities: Cadiz (Spain) Aveiro (Portugal) Bologna (Italy) Plymouth (UK) This cooperation implies the student exchange and joint seminars. Students of these Universities take part in annual summer cruises of the Baltic Floating University International educational collaboration

8 BFU provides the experience of various scientific research and also the international communication for students Through this BFU promotes the students’ participation in other European projects such as Erasmus Mundus programme — a co-operation and mobility programme in the field of higher education

9 The scientific component of BFU programme has contributed to an inter-programme cooperation in frames of operational oceanographic systems development for the Baltic region, such as BOOS (Baltic Operational Oceanographic System), and ECOOP (European Coastal sea Operational Observing and Forecasting system) BFU students are involved in these projects

10 L.Karlin, T.Eremina, A.Ershova (RSHU) RSHU-UNESCO Chair in Remote Sensing and Modeling in Oceanography has participated in the developments of several water quality parameters on the base of the remote sensed data. Presented research topics include the development of satellite data methods for the studying of chlorophyll-a, algal blooms, turbidity, suspended solids, and bathymetry in the Baltic Sea and coastal areas. The research is performed in collaboration with the ICO/UNESCO Sectors, NIERSC, VSEGEI, and other organizations.

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12 Introduction — Cultural and Historic Ensemble of the Solovetsky Islands — Historic Centre of Saint-Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments — Struve Geodetic Arc — Western Caucasus Studying World Heritage Sites UNESCO

13 L.Karlin, T.Eremina, A.Ershova (RSHU) Introduction Struve Geodetic Arc Studying World Heritage Sites UNESCO Studying World Heritage Sites UNESCO Photos by Alexander Kurilo

14 L.Karlin, T.Eremina, A.Ershova (RSHU) Studying World Heritage Sites UNESCO Studying World Heritage Sites UNESCO Western Caucasus Combining with studying of Hydrology, Biology conditions, sea surface color, and coastal zone transformation, August-September, 2008

15 L.Karlin, T.Eremina, A.Ershova (RSHU) Ground works, : Coastal zone erosion studying Photos Georgy Gogoberidze

16 L.Karlin, T.Eremina, A.Ershova (RSHU) Remote sensing of Ice in the Gulf of Finland and Lake Ladoga, April, Fishermen on the ice of Lake Ladoga, March, 2009 Changes of Ice Conditions,

17 L.Karlin, T.Eremina, A.Ershova (RSHU) TTR cruises observations: resuspension of bottom sediments during engineering works in the inner part of the Neva Bay

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19 World Meteorological Organization Regional Training Center in Russian Federation Russian State Hydrometeorological University

20 Regional Training Centre in the Russian Federation Moscow Hydro- meteorological College Vocational Hydro- meteorological education Russian State Hydrometeorological University Higher education Institute for Qualification Improvement Advanced training

21 Role of RSHU as component of RTC in Russia Curricula development with purpose to provide the standards of education and training meeting the necessary requirements to WMO professional qualifications Personnel education and training in meteorology and operational hydrology Providing high quality of hydrometeorological education in the RF

22 WMO fellows at RSHU ( academic years)

23 Number of WMO fellows under the VCP at RSHU since 1974

24 Our alumni 1. Till Bebe — Advisor to the Cabinet of President at the State Duma of Yaounde (Cameroon) 2. Sergio Paсsi — Director of Research Institute for Environmental Protection, National University (Peru) 3. Rivera Herbert Gonzalo — Head of the scientific unit of The Ministry of Environment and hydrometeorology (Colombia) 4. Boungou Benjamin — Deputy Director General of ANAC (Congo) 5. Farkas Chilla — Chief meteorologist of The National Meteorological Service (Hungary) 6. Saho Momadou — Chief of Fellowship Division, WMO (Switzerland)

25 Thank you for your attention!


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