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SCIENCE AND RESEARCH
What our Department of Science and Research does:
  • Flora and fauna census;
  • Monitoring of populations of birds, mammals and plants of the nature reserve and surrounding areas;
  • Research and monitoring of rare and endangered plant and animal species on Kunashir Island and the Lesser Kuril Ridge;
  • We pay special attention to research of the globally endangered species: Bubo blakistoni, Grus japonensis, Phoca vitulina stejnegeri, Eumetopias jubatus, Enhydra lutris, Mustela lutreola;
  • Monitoring of both rare and common species, i.e.:
Mammals: Ursus arctos, Martes zibellina, Lepus timidus, Vulpes vulpes;
Birds: Haliaeetus albicilla, Haliaeetus pelagicus, Branta bernicla, Megaceryle lugubris, Charadrius alexandrinus;
Reptiles: Plestiodon latiscutatus, Euprepiophis conspicillata, Elaphe climacophora and Elaphe quadrivirgata;
Populations of rare plants in protective zone: Magnolia obovata, Betula maximowicziana, Tilia maximowicziana, Chloranthus serratus, Osmunda lance, Gastrodia elata, Iris ensata;

  • Phenological observations in fixed research areas;
  • Research on seasonal birds migrations;
  • Analysis of fauna, making lists of species of all taxonomic categories, research on population and distribution of species;
  • The Kurils are the key area for migratory birds. The islands are the major stop on the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. We pay special attention to the research of different waders, Branta bernicla, and other waterbirds.
  • Making and maintaining GIS of the nature reserve and surrounding areas. Research on geosystems of the nature reserve using space images of different spectrum.
  • Monitoring of meteorological data, earthquakes and sea ice.

What our Department of Science and Research does:
  • Flora and fauna census;
  • Monitoring of populations of birds, mammals and plants of the nature reserve and surrounding areas;
  • Research and monitoring of rare and endangered plant and animal species on Kunashir Island and the Lesser Kuril Ridge;
  • We pay special attention to research of the globally endangered species: Bubo blakistoni, Grus japonensis, Phoca vitulina stejnegeri, Eumetopias jubatus, Enhydra lutris, Mustela lutreola;
  • Monitoring of both rare and common species, i.e.:
Mammals: Ursus arctos, Martes zibellina, Lepus timidus, Vulpes vulpes;
Birds: Haliaeetus albicilla, Haliaeetus pelagicus, Branta bernicla, Megaceryle lugubris, Charadrius alexandrinus;
Reptiles: Plestiodon latiscutatus, Euprepiophis conspicillata, Elaphe climacophora and Elaphe quadrivirgata;
Populations of rare plants in protective zone: Magnolia obovata, Betula maximowicziana, Tilia maximowicziana, Chloranthus serratus, Osmunda lance, Gastrodia elata, Iris ensata;

  • Phenological observations in fixed research areas;
  • Research on seasonal birds migrations;
  • Analysis of fauna, making lists of species of all taxonomic categories, research on population and distribution of species;
  • The Kurils are the key area for migratory birds. The islands are the major stop on the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. We pay special attention to the research of different waders, Branta bernicla, and other waterbirds.
  • Making and maintaining GIS of the nature reserve and surrounding areas. Research on geosystems of the nature reserve using space images of different spectrum.
  • Monitoring of meteorological data, earthquakes and sea ice.
What our Department of Science and Research does:
  • Flora and fauna census;
  • Monitoring of populations of birds, mammals and plants of the nature reserve and surrounding areas;
  • Research and monitoring of rare and endangered plant and animal species on Kunashir Island and the Lesser Kuril Ridge;
  • We pay special attention to research of the globally endangered species: Bubo blakistoni, Grus japonensis, Phoca vitulina stejnegeri, Eumetopias jubatus, Enhydra lutris, Mustela lutreola;
  • Monitoring of both rare and common species, i.e.:
Mammals: Ursus arctos, Martes zibellina, Lepus timidus, Vulpes vulpes;
Birds: Haliaeetus albicilla, Haliaeetus pelagicus, Branta bernicla, Megaceryle lugubris, Charadrius alexandrinus;
Reptiles: Plestiodon latiscutatus, Euprepiophis conspicillata, Elaphe climacophora and Elaphe quadrivirgata;
Populations of rare plants in protective zone: Magnolia obovata, Betula maximowicziana, Tilia maximowicziana, Chloranthus serratus, Osmunda lance, Gastrodia elata, Iris ensata;

  • Phenological observations in fixed research areas;
  • Research on seasonal birds migrations;
  • Analysis of fauna, making lists of species of all taxonomic categories, research on population and distribution of species;
  • The Kurils are the key area for migratory birds. The islands are the major stop on the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. We pay special attention to the research of different waders, Branta bernicla, and other waterbirds.
  • Making and maintaining GIS of the nature reserve and surrounding areas. Research on geosystems of the nature reserve using space images of different spectrum.
  • Monitoring of meteorological data, earthquakes and sea ice.
Scientific research in Kurilsky Nature Reserve and Malye Kurily Refuge
If your research is not in the plan of research in the nature reserve, contact us to arrange it and draw up required documents.
Scientific research in Kurilsky Nature Reserve and Malye Kurily Refuge
If your research is not in the plan of research in the nature reserve, contact us to arrange it and draw up required documents.
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