A joint French-Russian approach on the issues of human security and adaptation of global warming in the Russian Siberian Arctic. Example of permafrost, risk exposure, and urban development in Yakutia - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly
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A joint French-Russian approach on the issues of human security and adaptation of global warming in the Russian Siberian Arctic. Example of permafrost, risk exposure, and urban development in Yakutia

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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. Despite the distance, the direct impacts of global warming in the Russian Arctic are significant in France and in Western Europe. For example, the evolution of permafrost landscapes (methane, CO2 emissions, macro viruses, etc.) have directly affected human infrastructures in Yakutia Arctic and sub-Arctic zones, then at the regional level in Western Europe. Scientific cooperation makes sense because of the common issues. The built cooperation is based on the complementarity and cross-mobilization of methodologies and knowledge. This has resulted in significant advances in modeling risk exposure and the consequences for urban development in terms of understanding geophysical processes and for the development of the Russian Arctic territories in Yakutia. The research is carried out within the framework of the Franco-Russian project of FMSH-RFFI.
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hal-03038133 , version 1 (03-12-2020)

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Sébastien Gadal, Moisei Ivanovich Zakharov. A joint French-Russian approach on the issues of human security and adaptation of global warming in the Russian Siberian Arctic. Example of permafrost, risk exposure, and urban development in Yakutia. 9th Russian-Chinese Academic Meeting on the Arctic issues, Saint-Petersburg State University; Ocean University of China, Dec 2020, Online, Russia. ⟨hal-03038133⟩
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