Peculiarities of Radionuclide Distribution within Rock Destruction Zones and Assessment of Possible Consequences of Geological Environment Radioactive Contamination at the Semipalatinsk Test Site Examplitied by "Sary-Uzwn" Site 102
Development of a Sorption Method for Decontamination of Radioactive Water Streams Resulted from Nuclear Weapon Tests at the Degelen Mountain Massif of the Semipalatinsk Test Site
Complex Assessment of Environmental Conditions and Productivity of Semipalatinsk Test Site Lands and the Prospects of Their Economic Development
Study of Dose Loads Distribution on Population and Cattle in Settlements Located Near Semipalatinsk Test Site and Assessment of Economic Activity Radiological Risk in this Region
#K-225.2Heat Effects on Rock Salt
Research and Simulation of Process Taking Place in the Burial of Radioactive Waste in Salt Formation
Search for and Creation New Radiomodifying Preparations from Natural Vegetation of Kazakhstan
Rehabilitation of Herbs from Environmentally Unfavorable Regions. Recovery of Substances - Adaptogenes
Complex Examination of Semipalatinsk Test Site Region Population by Advanced Dosimetry Methods
Integrated Study of Radioactive Contamination of Atmosphere-Underlying Surface System and Assessment of Radiation Risks for Population of Semipalatinsk Region
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