Nuclear waste management and disposal at MAYAK site.
Development and testing of models to calculate migration of radioactivity in groundwater.
Development of Prediction Models for Radioactive Contamination Escape from the Karachai Lake Based upon Modern Data on the Site Geological Structure
Cascade of Water Reservoirs of Techa River: Problem of Safety
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
Creation of 3D Geomigration Model for Unloading Section of Contaminated Groundwaters from the Karachay Lake to the Open Hydrographic Network
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