THE GEOGRAPHER WAS ASKED TO PREPARE A TEXTBOOK FOR MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY

14 December 2021

 Ph.D. in technical sc., Ismail Zeynalov took part in the International All-Russian Scientific Conference in Moscow "Science in the University Museum".

The event was organized by the Moscow State University M.V. Lomonosov, the Eurasian Association of Universities and the Moscow Society of Naturalists.

The scientist made a report "The role of low-orbit satellites in fundamental research in the development of the recreation industry in the Russian Federation."

He said that air and climate are important elements of the tourism industry. Unfavorable weather conditions caused by problems of adaptation to different types of climates can lead to potential risks or losses for people both during production activities and during recreation.

The report talks about studies of the thermal structure of clouds, the centers of hurricanes, phene winds, as well as adiabatic processes that explain many of the properties of climatic and atmospheric processes. I.Zeynalov considers important to use modern methods of remote sensing of the Earth, such as LEO, to ensure safety in the construction of camps, rest homes and other types of buildings.

The report talks about studies of the thermal structure of clouds, the centers of hurricanes, phene winds, as well as adiabatic processes that explain many of the properties of climatic and atmospheric processes. I.Zeynalov considers important to use modern methods of remote sensing of the Earth, such as LEO, to ensure safety in the construction of camps, rest homes and other types of buildings.

The report aroused great interest among the audience. The Azerbaijani scientist was offered to prepare a textbook for masters and graduate students of Lomonosov Moscow State University.

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