Nuclear waste management and disposal at MAYAK site.
Development of a Sophisticated Computer Based Data System for Evaluation of the Radiation Legacy of the Former USSR and Setting Priorities on Remediation and Prevention Policy.
Molecular Design of Extractants to Resolve Tasks Relevant to Ecology and NPP Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing.
Study of Migration Behavior of Radionuclides, among them Transuranium Elements, in the Environment, as Applied to Territories under the Impact of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Plants. Assessment of Ecological Risks in the Region the Krasnoyarsk...
Development of Prediction Models for Radioactive Contamination Escape from the Karachai Lake Based upon Modern Data on the Site Geological Structure
Development of the Technology for Partitioning of Radioactive Waste Arising in Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing
Evaluation of Geological and Geochemical Conditions for Deep Underground Disposal of the Actinide-Loaded Radioactive Wastes
Development and Substation of Main Technical Solution for Underground Isolation of Permafrost of Radioactive Wastes Including Reactor Sections of Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines and Ice-Breakers and Spent Nuclear Fuel, Not Intended for Reprocessing, For
Radionuclide Fluxes in Natural, Semi-natural and Agricultural Ecosystems: Development of a Regional Radioecological Data Handling and Advanced Modeling Using GIS-technology
#1696Pacific Ocean Atlas
International Geological-Geophysical Atlas of the Pacific Ocean
Method of Diagnostics of Chronic Microelementoses in Farm Animals Based on the Chemical Elemental Composition of their Hair and Correction of Such Microelementoses
The Study of a Novel Method Based on Laser Desorption of Ions from Microscopically Rough Solid Surfaces and Techniques Elaboration for Trace Detection of Organic and Bioorganic Compounds (Narcotics, Explosives, Proteins) in Liquids and Atmospheric Air
Geodynamics of the West Antarctic and Phenomenon of the Development of Continental Margins of the World Ocean
Development of Multi-Purpose Technology for Detection of Toxic, Explosive and Radioactive Chemical Compounds and Inactivation of Organisms
Study of the Radionuclide and Chemical Contamination Level and Character and Creation of Radiation and Hydrochemical Monitoring System for the Volga and of Ural River Basins
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