The round table was attended by doctor of biological Sciences, Professor Slawomir Kaczmarek from Casimir the Great University (Poland, Bydgoszcz), employers – experts from the Urals anti-plague station, as well as the faculty of the Department.
The purpose of the round table is to coordinate research in the study of biodiversity of the Northern Caspian.
The opening speech was made by the head of the Department of biology and ecology Ph. D., associate Professor Alzhanova B. S.: the Concept of "biological diversity" covers the full range of aspects of the manifestation of living objects. The current threat of the disappearance of many elements of living systems, especially species and their entire complexes can also lead to the loss of unique structures and processes at different levels of the organization. All this makes it possible to attribute the problem of biodiversity conservation to the category of the most significant global problems of our time. Currently, the following research areas are relevant:
1. New approaches to the study of biodiversity.
2. Biogeographic analysis of different components of biota.
3. Structural diversity and methods of its study.
4. Approaches to biodiversity conservation and restoration.
5. Invasive species as a threat to biodiversity.
The program of the round table included reports of scientists and specialists of different directions:
1. The unique ecosystem of West Kazakhstan region, protection and restoration Darbaeva, Talsen Esenamanova, d.b.N., Professor, wksu them.M. Utemisov
2. Biodiversity of mites (Acari) and their influences in different types of ecosystems (tick biodiversity (Acari) and their impact on different types of ecosystems) - Slavomir Kaczmarek, doctor of biological Sciences, Professor, University of Casimir the Great
3. Epidemiological significance of ixodic mites living in the West Kazakhstan region-Maykanov Nurbek Smagulovich-candidate of medical Sciences, head of the Ural anti-plague station
4. Some experience of collecting Ixodes ticks from Pets - Tandowsky Valery Medvedev, head of the laboratory of Zoology and Parasitology of the Ural anti-plague station