North-East Science Station

Research station located in Chersky, Sakha Republic in Northeast Siberia. It is one of the world’s three largest Arctic stations. North-East Science Station also houses the administration of the Pleistocene Park – the nature reserve on the Kolyma River.

The station was established in 1980. Starting 1990 is privately owned. In the same time it can accommodate 40-50 people. The year-round scientific research program includes arctic biology, geophysics, and atmospheric physics.

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