Despite the difficult conditions associated with the coronavirus pandemic, which made it impossible to hold joint international events, work on the project continues. The study of the coastal zone in the Kaliningrad region has been completed, the route and marine heritage objects have been determined, which will be studied within the framework of student international practice on the Baltic coast. Students from Kaliningrad (IKBFU) and from Gdansk will take part in the practice of coastal oceanography, learn to work with high-precision equipment to create models of marine heritage objects with the aim of their further preservation and use in popularization and scientific work.
Also, work began on the preparation of a catalog of historical shipyards in the Southeast Baltic. The publication will target a wide range of readers: tourists and local residents, as well as the academic community in the Baltic region.
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