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Ecologists of ZNU have passed by tracks of the hole Stebnyk

31.07.2013 11:15 All Faculties Biology Біологічний факультет екологічна практика

From 26 June to 3 July a group of 3rd year students of biological faculty specialty "Ecology, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources" passed landscape-ecological practices in the National Park "Vizhnitsky" (village Beregomet, Chernivtsi region). The group was accompanied by associate professor of the Department of General and Applied Ecology and Zoology Kostyantyn Dombrovskiy.

Stebnyk hole, which was the basis of environmental practices passing for students of Ukrainian universities is on an altitude of 500 m above sea level. Students along with their lecturers were able to pass the expedition tourist routes: paths "Yoke", tourist route to Mount Magura. To focus on highlands helped workers of Science Park "Vizhnitsky." Also for students was an excursion to Chernivtsi National University of J.Fedkovich.
Thousands of miles from home for five days, according to the trainees were full of unforgettable experiences. In my eyes the future ecologists were able to see how different the landscape of the steppe region from Carpathian areas.
Together with students of ZNU practice in the Park "Vizhnitsky" passed also students of the National Aviation University (Kyiv) and Chernivtsi Department of National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute". During the probation, Chernivtsi Department members interested in the scientific approach of ecologists of ZNU and methodological framework for conducting field studies, besides they are going more deeply acquainted with the physical and geographical features of Zaporizhzhya region. Therefore, in the future researchers of both universities plan to continue sharing experiences.

Vira Kopiyka,
Deputy Dean for Research of the Faculty of Biology

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