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УДК [550.42:621.039](066)
Збірник наукових праць/ Інститут геохімії навколишнього середовища — Київ, 2006. — Вип. 13. — 118 с.

The articles present the publications are dedicated to the most significant results of the vicennial research, which were received during the scientific accompaniment of works on minimization of the Chernobyl disaster consequences. The materials of publications contain theoretical evidence and new experimental data. They also consider the topical questions on the environmental radiochemistry, guidance bases for assessment of ecological danger and efficiency of radiation control means, scientific and technical problems of radioactive wastes management.

For scientific workers and specialists in the field of ecology, geochemistry, radiogeochemistry.

УДК [550.42:621.039](066)
Збірник наукових праць/ Інститут геохімії навколишнього середовища — Київ, 2006. — Вип. 12. — 114 с.

Most articles published in the collection cover the urgent problems of raw materials sources for Ukrainian nuclear industry, mechanism of formation and location of uranium ore deposits on Ukrainian shield, prediction of uranium ore content and formation analysis of uranium-bearing zones. Some questions of genetic ratio of gold and uranium mineralization and geochemical relation of uranium and vanadium have been discussed. The major types of metasomatites connected with uranium rare-earth and rare-metal mineralization in the Precambrian of Ukrainian shield are compared. Separation of transcontinental British-Levantine structure concentrating gold-silver-complex mineralization of various age and formational origin is justified.

Several articles are focused on environmental problems. Deep geological disposal of the spent nuclear fuel is suggested as an option for solving the problem of waste accumulation during operation of the power generating units. The role of geological environment in minimization of technogenic contamination by garbage grounds is demonstrated.

The collection may be useful for wide circle of specialists in the field of ore formation, metallogeny and geochemistry.