The Caspian Seal Research and Rehabilitation Center won a grant

The Caspian Seal Research and Rehabilitation Center won a grant from the NAO “Center for Support of Civic Initiatives” to conduct research to study the Caspian seal habitat by determining harmful chemicals in the Caspian Sea.Specialists of the Center will take monthly water and soil samples on the coastal zone of the Caspian Sea to […]

CAIER Scientific Research: Impact of Production Factors on Biodiversity

Specialists from the Central Asian Institute for Environmental Studies (CAIER) conducted a large-scale scientific study to determine how the activities of manufacturing companies affect the biodiversity of the surrounding area.During the year CAIER scientists conducted studies of atmospheric air, snow cover, noise and vibration measurements, surface and ground water, soil, radiological studies, vegetation, bird and […]

The Center for the Study and Rehabilitation of the Caspian Seal has been modernized

The Center for the Study and Rehabilitation of the Caspian Seal has been modernized according to the latest requirements for veterinary treatment of marine mammals. The institution is also located in Aktau, but at a different address. Residents of Aktau as before can report about the found Red Book animals by calling +7 775 101 […]

Kazakh scientists use the best global experience to save Caspian seal

Within widespread scientific research on conservation of Caspian endemic of Central-Asian Institute of Environmental Research (CAIER) held an online meeting with specialists from The Marine Mammal Center (Center for Marine Mammals, USA). The private American company, as well as Caspian Seals Research and Rehabilitation Center, is involved in rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured, sick […]

Transnational collaboration to save the Caspian seal

The Central Asian Institute for Environmental Research (CAIER), under the leadership of Aselle Tasmagambetova, recently organized a joint scientific expedition to Kazakhstan to study the Caspian seal and the severe ecological situation of the Caspian Sea. Photo: Tommi Nyman Pollution, illegal hunting, global warming and disease pose a serious threat to the Caspian seal. NIBIO’s […]

Professor Simon Goodman joined the CAIER Scientific Council

Simon Goodman, Professor of the University of Leeds (UK) , one of the world’s leading experts in marine mammals protection, evolutionary Biology and Ecology, will join the CAIER team of scientists to save the endangered species – the Caspian Seal. Professor Goodman – Head of the International Project “Assessment and Elimination of Factors Threatening the […]

CAIER organized a study of the severe ecological situation in the Caspian.

The Central Asian Institute for Environmental Research (CAIER), under the leadership of Aselle Tasmagambetova, organized a study of the severe ecological situation in the Caspian. For the first time, such famous scientists in the field of marine biodiversity as Daniel Costa, Emeritus Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of the University of California, Tommy Nyman, […]

The Central Asian Institute for Environmental Research (CAIER) will receive international grants to study and rehabilitate the Caspian seal

The Caspian Seal Research and Rehabilitation Centre (Caspian seal RRC), established by CAIER, has won grants from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and the Rufford Foundation charitable organisation. As part of the Caspian seal RRC grant study (the only organization in Kazakhstan providing veterinary treatment for the Caspian endemic), it will […]