During May 25- June 2, 2019, the team of Disaster Risk Reduction
Knowledge Service System of IKCEST departed to Vladivostok city for
implementing special exchange program of Chinese academy of sciences.
The team has access to Pacific Oceanographic Institute, Pacific
Geographical Institute, WWF RUSSIA amur branch, and the Far Eastern
From May 25 to June 2, the team of Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge
Service System of IKCEST went to the Russian far east to implement the
2019 Chinese academy of sciences special exchange program project
"Considering of climate risks in travels in Russia and China and between
countries: key technology research and development of an decision support
system for the rational choice of destinations".
According to the plan, the team conducted academic discussions and field
trips in Russian far east, and visited Pacific Oceanographic Institute,
Pacific Geographical Institute, WWF RUSSIA amur branch, Russian Far Eastern
Federal University and Russian Marine nature reserve.
During the exchange in the Pacific Oceanographic Institute, director
Vyacheslav b. Lobanov introduced the basic situation of the institute
in Marine ecological protection, Marine pollution and disaster prevention.
The two sides discussed the development and utilization of video big data
for Marine disasters.
During the communication in the Pacific Geographical Institute and Russian
Far Eastern Federal university, Prof. Wang Juanle made the academic report
"International Knowledge Centre for Engineering Sciences and Technology
under the Auspices of UNESCO (IKCEST): the mission and progress of Disaster
Risk Reduction Knowledge Service" and "Resources and environment research
in the China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor" respectively, The two sides
held on-site discussions and exchanges on the impact of climate disasters
on tourism in the Russian far east region.
Under the support of Pacific Oceanographic Institute， the research group
went to Russian Marine nature reserve for field investigation and conducted
an in-depth investigation on the disaster data collection and management of
Cape Schultz Marine ecological protection station.
Fig 1 : Photos of this Discussion and exchange
Provided by the IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System