Study of Migration Behavior of Radionuclides, among them Transuranium Elements, in the Environment, as Applied to Territories under the Impact of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Plants. Assessment of Ecological Risks in the Region the Krasnoyarsk...
Corrosive Destruction and Migration of Plutonium from Drowned Radiation-Hazard Objects and its Accumulation in the Marine Environment Components
The Conception of the Russian Nuclear Powered Submarines Inactivation and Recycling at the State Center of Nuclear Shipbuilding Industry (GRTsAS) Plants
Researches and Development of a Technique and Mobile Manometer System for City Water Networks on the Basis of the Stand-Alone Surveyloggers of Water Pressure
Development of a Combined Device for the Detection of Unauthorised Transportation of Explosive, Fissionable and Radioactive Materials
Translation and Editing the Manuscript “Acoustic Encyclopaedia”, Make-up Page Creation
Development of Advanced Acoustic Emission Sensors Having the Required Specifications
Development of Mobile System for Detection, Localization and Destruction of Explosives and Identification of Toxic Agents Inside of Suspect Objects, which are Found in Public Places
Development of a Mobile Hardware and Software Complex for Determining the Dynamic Parameters of Ground Waters with the Aid of Radioactive Tracers
Ecological Safety by Dismantling Nuclear Powered Submarines (Damaged Included) in Primorsky Krai
The Assessment of Radiation and Insurance Risks of Nuclear Powered Submarines Dismantlement, SNF and RW Management in Severodvinsk
Development of Autonomous Underwater Measuring Complex for Radiation-Ecological Monitoring
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