CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN RELATION TO NORTHEAST ASIAN
LAND-OCEAN INTERACTIONS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT

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APN-RELATED ACTIVITY IN VLADIVOSTOK IN 2002

APN/START Global Change Research Awareness Raising Symposium in Northeast Asia was held in Vladivostok City, Russia, October 7-8, 2002. Pre-Symposium activity included Workshop on the Global Change Studies in the Far East organized by FEB RAS NC for IGBP and IMB FEB RAS (October 2-3) and 10th TEACOM meeting (Oct. 6); in total, more than 50 scientists and observers from 5 countries took part in these events. The Symposium addressed the need to recognize key problems in regional global change studies and to bring together relevant Russian and foreign researchers and policy-makers to summarize and develop present knowledges and ideas on coastal northeast Asia changes and to develop research proposals to APN. Major outcomes of the Symposium were documentation of the present status of the Russian national research activity on global change issues and development of a proposal to APN, Climate Variability and Human Activity in Relation to Northeast Asian Land-Ocean Interactions and their Implications for Coastal Zone Management with participation of Korean, Chinese and Russian researchers.

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