Molecular Design of Extractants to Resolve Tasks Relevant to Ecology and NPP Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing.
Development of the Technology for Partitioning of Radioactive Waste Arising in Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing
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
Geodynamics of the West Antarctic and Phenomenon of the Development of Continental Margins of the World Ocean
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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