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The Results of the Student Scientific Competition

17.02.2014

The international correspondence competition of student scientific papers is summed up. It was held within the XV rally of the youth and children environmental movement “Sholokhov Source”.

The works joined under the theme “Environmental Education and Awareness of the Younger Generation” were considered in five nominations: “M.A.Sholokhov: Touches to the Portrait”, “Sholokhov Source” is 15”, “Environmental and Educational Activity in Kindergartens, Primary and Secondary Schools, Universities and Colleges”, “Applied Ecology. Experience in Ecological Research” and “Rational Land Use”. Over 50 young ecologists from the Rostov, Astrakhan, Volgograd, Voronezh, Belgorod, Moscow, Oryol, Saratov, Smolensk and Tambov regions, the Krasnodar and Stavropol territories, the Adygea, Dagestan, North Ossetia, Chechnya, Kalmyk republics and the nearest foreign countries – Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan sent their works for the competition.

The young researchers shared their impressions about participation in the rallies of “Sholokhov Source”, results of the studies in natural sites, animal and plant world of the native country, archaeological finds, told about meetings with interesting people. It was not easy to choose the best works: each of them reflected the thoughts, observations and experience in the local studies, proposals for preservation of the unique objects of cultural and natural heritage. More than 30 works will be published in the book of collected papers “Sholokhov Geography: From the Sources to Nobel Triumph”.

 Yevgeniya Gudzenko