Experimental Development of Geophysical Technologies of Continuation Phase of CTBT OSI with the Aim of Recording Physical Fields Anomalies Conditioned by Conduct of Underground Nuclear Explosions in Different Geological Conditions
Development and Efficiency Analysis of Blast Techniques of the Seismic Traces Calibration for CTBT
New method of determination and seismological monitoring of stress-strain states of Lithospheric Plates and Earth crust blocks, possible Earthquakes prediction
Simulation of Contaminant Transport in Underground Water at Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site.
Nuclear Test Ban Monitoring and Earthquake Monitoring in Kazakhstan.
Development of the Database and Data Analysis Techniques for the Large-Aperture Borovoye Array, as Part of the Kazakhstan Seismic Monitoring System
A Comprehensive Study of Temperature Anomalies at the Former Semipalatinsk Test Site
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
Survey of Radiation and Mercury Levels in Children’s Hospitals of Kazakhstan, Creation of the Database and Elaboration of Guidelines on Maintenance of Safe Sanitary-Hygienic Conditions
Investigation of Natural Water Quality (Ecological Aspect) of the Former Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site (SNTS) Using Biological Objects of Different Classification Groups
Creation of a System for Acquisition, Processing and Storage of Digital Seismic Data from the Network of Stations of the National Nuclear Centre of Republic of Kazakhstan at the Seismic Data Center
Study of Radionuclides Transport with Ground Water to Predict Possible Effects of Drinking Water and Geological Environment Radioactive Contamination at Semipalatinsk Test Site
Organization of a Groundwater Monitoring System at the Territory of the Former Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site
The Study of Nuclear Explosion Deformation Zones in the Azgir Salt Dome to Select Integral Massifs for Locating a Radioactive Waste Burial (RW)
Establishment of the Central Asia Seismic Risk Initiative
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