Elaboration of New Class of Oceanographic Optical-electronic Devices for the precise Measurements of Fine Structure of the Hydrophysical and Hydrochemical Ocean Fields.
Corrosive Destruction and Migration of Plutonium from Drowned Radiation-Hazard Objects and its Accumulation in the Marine Environment Components
Application of Vibratory and High Speed Effects of Powder Component Combustion to Generate Elastic Fluctuations in Different Media
System of Monitoring Radioactive Gases Released from the Sea Bottom for Predicting Strong Earthquakes and Tsunami Waves in Coastal Region
The Turbine-Electric System of Enhanced Efficiency for Deepwater Vehicles and Installations Using the Missile Fuels
Diagnostics of Near-Water Wind Velocity, Surface Currents and Contamination of Oceans and Seas by Radar Methods. Methods, Procedures and Facilities for Computer Radar Tomography of Undersea Phenomena
The Development of the Technique for Polarization Lidar Remote Sensing of the Stratified Ocean with Allowance for the Effects of the Sea Surface Roughness
Development of Autonomous Underwater Measuring Complex for Radiation-Ecological Monitoring
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