System of Monitoring Radioactive Gases Released from the Sea Bottom for Predicting Strong Earthquakes and Tsunami Waves in Coastal Region
Development of Scientific Basis for Radiation Monitoring of Geological Environment: Data System and Criteria for Assessment of Present and Future Situation in Radioactively Contaminated Areas
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
Study of Radionuclides Transport with Ground Water to Predict Possible Effects of Drinking Water and Geological Environment Radioactive Contamination at Semipalatinsk Test Site
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