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AUTONOMOUS BOTTOM STATION OF EXPRESS CONTROL AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR MONITORING AND CONTROL OF RADIATION AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION OF THE ARCTIC SEAS

JOURNAL: No. 2(22) 2016, p. 64-71

HEADING: Ecology

AUTHORS: Vyalyshev, A.I., Dobrov, V.M., Stoyanov, V.V., Panteleev, V.A., Segal, M.D.

ORGANIZATIONS: Nuclear Safety Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, FGU All-Russian Research Institute on Problems of Civil Defense and Emergencies of EMERCOM of Russia (Federal Centre for Science and High Technology), SEATECHRIM Company

UDC: 681.88, 621.039

Keywords: safety, water environment, bottom station, pollution, communication, radiation monitoring, risk, emergency, ecology, PSA

Bibliographic description: Vyalyshev, A.I., Dobrov, V.M., Stoyanov, V.V., Panteleev, V.A., Segal, M.D. Autonomous bottom station of express control as part of an integrated system for monitoring and control of radiation and chemical contamination of the Arctic seas. Arctic: ecology and economy, 2016, no. 2(22), pp. 64-71. DOI: . (In Russian).


Abstract:

In connection with the prospect of large-scale development of the Arctic, the relevance of the work in the fi eld of ecological safety of the Arctic seas is increasing, which is due to the intensifi cation of oil and gas development, wide nuclear legacy of the USSR and potential accidents of nuclear powered ships, fl oating nuclear power plants, radioactive waste storage facilities. It is shown that the developed autonomous bottom station for monitoring of radiation situation and aquatic toxicity will enable timely information and help to develop optimal management decisions in the fi eld of emergency management and risk management in the waters of the Arctic seas.


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