Theoretical Research of Spreading of the Seismic Waves Arising from Underground Explosions and Earthquakes
Conversion of expertise in missile navigation to mathematical geophysics, and particularly to the problems of ecology and natural hazards.
Application of R&D in Military Aviation Systems to problems of Monitoring of Global Seismicity with the Aim of Mitigation of Damages Caused by Disastrous Earthquakes.
Study of the Seismic Wave-Field Structure in a Regional Zone for Discrimination of Underground Explosions and Earthquakes
Cteation of a Technology Using Powerful Seismic Vibrators to Calibrate Seismic Stations and Seismic Traces
Organization of the Russian - Japanese Geophysical Observatory for Complex Studies of Electromagnetic and Seismic Precursors of Earthquakes
Research of Infrasound Background Characteristics for Estimation of Threshold Sensitivity of Infrasound Method for Nuclear Test Monitoring
Elaboration of Software Package for Product Data Management System During Product Life Cycle Meeting Requirements of ISO 10303 STEP
Development of Satellite Small Aperture Seismic Array for Real Time Monitoring of Regional Seismicity
Investigation of Formation and Development of the Fracture Nucleation Site in Rocks Aimed at Prediction of Seismic Events
Investigation of Simultaneous Signal Propagation from the Sources of Infrasound and Seismic Waves for Improving the Performance of the Infrasound Method of Monitoring the Conduct of Nuclear Tests (Continuation of the Research under ISTC Project No. 1341)
New Methods of Interpretation of New Satellite Data on the Earth Gravity Field and Its Temporal Variations: Development and Applications
Complex Ground Based Geophysical Observations Coordinated with Satellite DEMETER Investigations
Development of Methods and Algorithms for Automatic Real Time Identification of Waveforms Introduction from Local Earthquakes in Increased Level of Man-induced Noises for the Purposes of Ultra-short-term Warning about an Occured Earthquake.
Research on theof a Long-term Disposal Site Selection for Radioactive Waste of the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant
Caucasian Seismic Information Network for Hazard and Risk Assessment (CauSIN)
#G-1303Litosphere of Caucasus
The Study of the Structure of the Lithosphere of Caucasus by Means of Surface Wave Tomography and Three-Dimensional Modeling
Nuclear Test Ban Monitoring and Earthquake Monitoring in Kazakhstan.
Geodynamics of Talas-Fergana Fault, Tien Shan and Natural Disasters on the Territory of Central Asia
Velocity Structure and a Media's Elastic Properties in Strong Earthquake Source Zones of Tien-Shan
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