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Integration of reflective socio-anthropological knowledge into an interdisciplinary project as a key to an understanding approach to the global climate change research

P. 1-7.
L.Ya. Rakhmanova.

This article shows the way that has been passed from the problem statement in the organization of interdisciplinary research and the search for a key research question to designing a unique interdisciplinary research program, thanks to scientific diplomacy and intellectual and data resources of academic networks such as SecNet and INTERACT. We will focus on nine steps of soft intervention in an explored field and present the first results of a pilot empirical research, organized with a combination of methods of changing landscapes and soils in Western Siberia analysis, interpretation of archival data and satellite images showing the dynamics of terrestrial ecosystems and climate in the West Siberian Arctic, and the method of interviewing and questioning of local residents of the studied microregions regarding their perception of climate change.