Carbon measurement supersites are one or more areas of the earth's surface with a topography, vegetation and soil cover representative of a given territory, created to implement measures aimed at developing scientific, human and infrastructural potentials in the development and testing of technologies for monitoring the balance of climatic active gases of natural ecosystems.

A national system involving the potential of our science is already being built. We create here a network of so-called carbon polygons, where the control of emission and absorption of carbon dioxide is being worked out gas in real time, the state of natural systems, the quality of water resources are assessed and other parameters.

Vladimir Putin, SPIEF'21

Started in 2021
Starting in 2022
Will start in 2022-2023
Carbon sequestring
research areas

Active test areas:

15

Total area:

39`157,3 Hа

Full list of test areas