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[The chapter provides the basics of the SM–NI system—the need for the system, the theoretical foundations of monitoring, and types of observations. Environmental monitoring systems were developed and implemented within the SC “Rosatom” to obtain reliable information on the current and future...
[The chapter discusses different types of impact on the subsoil and the environment from various enterprises of the nuclear industry—from uranium ore mining to RW management. Particularly dangerous and technically aggregated industrial objects within nuclear enterprises are considered as sources...
[In accordance with the adopted classification, we distinguish five groups of enterprises including 17 typical objects that are part of nuclear industry enterprises at different stages of the NFC (see Сhap. 2). Main requirements are put forward to ensure the necessary environmental and economic...
[Information block—the analytical information system, AIS—is one of the main functional elements of the SM–NI system (see Сhap. 3) solves the following tasks: the maintenance of databases; analysis and processing of observation data, drafting of help and analytical reports; providing input data...
[The general task of modeling within the SM–NI is epignous and forecast calculations of the controlled object environment impact. The first step in the modeling methodology is the development of the so-called generic hydrogeological model (GHGM), on the basis of which the main types of the...
[Five large enterprises of leading NFC concerns were selected as examples of the SM–NI use in the nuclear industry: PA “Mayak”; PC Siberian Chemical Combine; Novovoronezh NPP; PC State Research Center—Research Institute of Nuclear Reactors; Kirovo-Chepetsk Department of the FSE “RosRAO.” The...
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