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Fundamental Issues in Geospatial Training for Arctic Environmental Management. An Example of Franco-Russian Cooperation

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The importance, or rather the multiplicity of human security issues in the Russian Arctic is fundamental for the development of this region, whose growing economic significance with environmental problems linked to the adaptation of populations and mobilization of the humans' competencies. The Russian Federation has a significant lead in training and education in the Arctic, however, in some areas such as geomatics, there are significant gaps. This is mainly due to the positioning of geomatics and remote sensing in Russia and to a technical approach to the discipline. The International Franco-Russian Master's Degree in Geomatic and Environment (MIGE), the first Master's Degree in this field in Siberia, responds to this demand: to train specialists in geomatics applied to the management of the Arctic environment and the exploitation of natural resources. Academic cooperation makes sense because of the common issues. The built cooperation is based on the complementarity and cross-mobilization of competencies and knowledge.
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hal-03247181 , version 1 (02-06-2021)

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Sébastien Gadal, Moisei Zakharov. Fundamental Issues in Geospatial Training for Arctic Environmental Management. An Example of Franco-Russian Cooperation: Фундаментальные вопросы обучения геопространственным методам управления окружающей средой Арктики. Пример франко-российского сотрудничества. Social and Labour sphere of the Arctic: Problems and Solutions, RANEPA, May 2021, Moscow, Russia. ⟨hal-03247181⟩
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