Transfer from the Russian Far East and Runoff Transfer from the Storage Site at the Kurchatov Institute
Ye. V. Kvasnikova, RAS and Rosgidromet Institute of Global Climate and Ecology: An Estimate of the Consequences of Excavation Activities at Sites of Nuclear Explosions After 40 Years
General Problems of Remediation of Radioactively Contaminated Sites
Chair: Yevgeny N. Kamnev, Rosatom
N. K. Shandala, Institute of Biophysics, Federal Medical and Biological Agency: Criteria for Categorizing Territories at Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency Enterprises Experiencing Chemical and Radioactive Contamination
S. V. Mikheikin, MosNPO Radon: The Experience of the Joint Environmental-Technological Scientific Research Center for Radioactive Waste Decontamination and Environmental Protection (MosNPO Radon) in Eliminating Radiation-Hazard Facilities and Rehabilitating Contaminated Sites
A. I. Rybalchenko, All-Russian Research, Design, and Surveying Institute of Industrial Technology, Rosatom: Rehabilitation of Contaminated Groundwater Layers Near the Mayak Enterprise Using Deep Burial Technology
A. M. Sobolev, Research Institute of Atomic Reactors, Rosatom: The Choice of Criteria and Elaboration of Measures Aimed at Remediation of Contaminated Land on the Site of the All-Russian Research Institute of Biological Protection of Plants in Krasnodar
Nikolay P. Laverov, RAS
Frank L. Parker, Vanderbilt University
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