Comparative Evaluation of Input Weight of Radioactive Contamination Sources of Different Genesis In The Ob'-Irtysh River System
Development of methods and technology for decontamination of radioactive Cs-containing soils by special polymeric systems
Characterization of Radiological and Non-radiological Contaminants at the Semipalatinsk Test Site.
Ecological Pathways of Radionuclides Migration outside of the Semipalatinsk Test Site Area.
Investigation of the redistribution of radionuclides in forest ecosystems
Development of a set of measures for production of assured quality agricultural goods under radioactive contamination conditions
Environmental Risk Assessment of Nuclear Excavation Tests: Chagan Underground Nuclear Test at the Semipalatinsk Test Site, Kazakhstan, a Case Study (LNBL-T2-0237-KZ)
Research of chemical toxicants influence on general ecological situation formation at the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site
Research and Simulation of Process Taking Place during the Burial of Radioactive Waste in Salt Formation
Research of migrational peculiarities of transuranium elements in the environment
Development of methodology for creation of biological monitoring sites for radioactively hazardous objects
Study of artificial radionuclides speciation in soil and their transformations
Developing and perfecting methods to detect venues of underground nuclear explosions the case of STS
Research of radioecological state of fauna of radioactively hazardous sites
Development of a methodology to determine dosimetric burden to the personnel of uranium mining enterprises
Genetic Effects on Natural Plant and Animal Populations Exposed to Radioactive Contamination at Semipalatinsk Test Site (Kazakhstan)
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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