Development of Instruments and Methods for the System of Environmental Radiation Monitoring and Control of Irradiation of Population in Russia.
Investigations of Underground Nuclear Explosions Impact on Natural Collectors, and Possibilities of Practical Utilization of Revealed Mechanisms in Mining Industry
Development of Innovative Ecologically Safe Technology for Recovery, treatment and Approximate Analysis of Rough Diamonds
A Device for Deactivation of NPP Constructional Elements' Surfaces Using Gas-Abrasive Method
Development of a Technology of Construction Complexes for the Protection of the Earth's Interior from Migration Flows Using Technical Tools of Borehole Hydromechanization
Disposal and Long-Term Storage in Geological Formations of Solid HLW and ILW Containing Long-Lived Radionuclides
Estimation of Radiological Safety on Sites of Series of Technological Peaceful Nuclear Explosions in Kazakhstan
Development and Substation of Main Technical Solution for Underground Isolation of Permafrost of Radioactive Wastes Including Reactor Sections of Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines and Ice-Breakers and Spent Nuclear Fuel, Not Intended for Reprocessing, For
Applying of Spectral Seismic Methods at Designing of Radioactive Waste Disposal Objects
Evaluation of Technogenic Loading and Natural Factors Impact on Isolating Properties of RW Underground Isolation Multibarrier System at the Nizhnekansky Granitoid Massif
The Development of Complex Model of the Tectonic Evolution of Structural Blocks of Earth's Crust for Selecting Radioactive Waste Disposal Areas by the Example of Nizhnekansky Granitoid Massif
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