Development of Set of On-board Instrumentation for a Space-based Experimental Study of the Electromagnetic and Plasma Earthquake Precursors
Feasibility Study of Seismo-Electromagnetic Phenomena Using Satellite Observations
Development of Methods and Instrumentation and Researches of the Environmental Rocket Launch Effects
Technology of Stratospheric Balloon Gradient Magnetic Surveys at 20-40 Km Altitudes:Solution of Fundamental and Applied Problems of the Earth's Lithosphere Structure
The Study of Electromagnetic Ultra-Low-Frequency Lithospheric Emissions (ULE) as Possible Precursor of Earthquakes
Satellite Monitoring of Ionospheric Forerunners of Earthquakes with Radiophysical and Radio Engineering Methods
The Development of the Assembled Molecular Nanostructures Based on Organometallic and Carbonic Clusters in Thin Films and Study of Their Electronic and Magnetic Characteristics by STM and SQUID Technique for Implementation of Nanoelectronic Element Base
Study of Solar Eruptive Phenomena, their Influence on Space Weather and Methods of Prediction
Development of New Satellite Methods for Monitoring of Volcanic Activity to Avoid the Hazardous Effects of Volcanic Ash on Jet Aircraft Flights over the North Pacific
Creation of a Retrospective Geoinformational System of the Tungus Event Area From 1908 till Present
Deep-Water Electromagnetic Experiment in the Baikal Rift Zone
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