#0404Ozone layer Study
Active-method Study of the Effect of Man-related Reactors on the Ozone Layer.
Radioecological Consequences of Contamination of the Lakes after the Chernobyl Accident and Analysis of Rehabilitation Measures.
Elaboration of Methods of Estimating the Density and Scale of Radioactive Pollution Caused by Smoke Throws from Fires, Taking Place in Polluted Territories
Evaluation and Prognosis of radiological and Ecological Effects of Nuclear Fuel Cycles in Russia when Using Weapons- and Power- Grade Plutonium, and Definitions of Ways to Reduce These Effects
Design and Creation of Measuring Base for Determination of Mass Dust Concentration in Broad Ecological and Industrial Applications
Radionuclide Fluxes in Natural, Semi-natural and Agricultural Ecosystems: Development of a Regional Radioecological Data Handling and Advanced Modeling Using GIS-technology
Methodology and Software for Evaluating Effectiveness of Countermeasures in Case of Nuclear Accidents as Integral Part of the RODOS (Continuation of ISTC 513-97)
Development of the System of Ecotoxicological Control in the Territories Subjected to Radioactive and/or Chemical Contamination
Assessing Contamination of the Environment with Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) and Associated Risk for Human Health (Serpukhov Case Study)
Assessment and Prediction of Consequences of Radioactive Discharges to the Yenisei and Underground Disposal of Liquid Radioactive Waste by the Mining and Chemical Industrial Complex (Zheleznogorsk) for the Environment and Population
Quantitative Assessment of Soil Particles-Bound Radionuclides Redistribution in Landscapes and Prediction of Their Environmental Behaviour (the Case Study in the Chernobyl Caesium Hotspot, Plavsk, Tula Region, Russia)
Technology of Environment and Health Monitoring of Rehabilitate Activities on the Territories of Liquidation of Land-Based Silo-Launched Battle Missiles in the Central Part of Russian Federation
Assessment of Radiation Impacts of the Radioactive Waste Storage Sites of Specialized Enterprises "Radon" within 50 km Monitoring Zones
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