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The Resource Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons : Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, from 22-26 October 2003, edited by Vladimir M. Kolodkin, Wolfgang Ruck, (electronic resource)

Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons : Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, from 22-26 October 2003, edited by Vladimir M. Kolodkin, Wolfgang Ruck, (electronic resource)

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Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons : Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, from 22-26 October 2003
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Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons
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Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, from 22-26 October 2003
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edited by Vladimir M. Kolodkin, Wolfgang Ruck
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1 2 Prof. Dr. Vladimir Mikhailovitsh Kolodkin , Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Ruck 1 Institute of Natural and Technogenic Disasters, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk (Russia), 2 Institute of Ecology and Environmental Chemistry, University Lüneburg (Germany) During the Cold War a whole arsenal of deadly chemical weapons was allowed to build up on both sides of the ideological divide. Happily, today the problems are reversed. Expertise is now required in the field of safe and environment-friendly disposal of chemical weapons and cleaning up of contaminated sites all around the world, but not least in the ex-Soviet-led countries. The participants and speakers to the NATO-Russia advanced research workshop on the “Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of nd th Chemical Weapons”, hosted by the University of Lüneburg on 22 - 26 October, 2003, therefore, came from many different parts of the world. Of the eight countries represented at the workshop, two were ex-Eastern- Block, and six were Western countries. Yet the West was by no means overrepresented. On the contrary, the Russian expert-speaker contingent, with 33 participants, did justice to the size of their country – and to their chemical-weapons problem – and provided the majority of active participants. In all, there were 57 participants, of which 11 dispatched from the TACIS project “The development of the chemical weapons” facility at the detached plant No 4 of OAO Khimprom, Novocheboksarsk
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English
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QH540-549.5
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2003
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NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons
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  • NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons
  • NATO Programme for Security through Science
  • Kolodkin, Vladimir M.
  • Ruck, Wolfgang.
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Nato Security through Science Series C:, Environmental Security,
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  • Ecology
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental toxicology
  • System safety
  • Waste disposal
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Science and Engineering
  • Chemistry/Food Science, general
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk
  • Waste Management/Waste Technology
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Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons : Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, from 22-26 October 2003, edited by Vladimir M. Kolodkin, Wolfgang Ruck, (electronic resource)
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  • "This publication is supported by the NATO Programme for Security Through Science"--Cover
  • "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, 22-26 October 2003"--T.p. verso
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Includes bibliographical references
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Chemical Weapons Convention after the First Review Conference -- Implementation of Russia’s Obligation to Destroy chemical Weapons in the Udmurt Republic -- The CWC after the Review Conference -- Session I: Prediction -- Evaluation of State of Environment and Monitoring of Hazardous Facilities -- Prediction of Quantitative Assessments of Effects on Nature from Potential Accidents at Chemical Warfare Agent Facilities -- Ecological Risks of Toxic Substances Combustion -- Risk Assessment of Chemical Weapons Influence on Ecosystems as the Whole -- Health and Environmental Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons -- Ecological Risks Analysis for the Chemical Weapons Destruction Facility -- An Approach to Assessment of Chemical Risk on the Basis of Generation of Time Series -- The Complex Approach in Appraisal of the Conditions of Natural Ecosystems in the «Valley» Zone Used for the Storage of Chemical Weapons (Pochep, Bryansk Region) -- Analysis of Ecological Risks within an Environmental Monitoring System -- Dechlorination of Recalcitrant Polychlorinated Contaminants Using Ball Milling -- Ecological Risk Assessment for Ascontaining Chemical Warfare Agents — Status and Perspectives -- Session II: Monitoring -- Personal Monitoring of Old Chemical Weapons’ Dismantling Operations at Poelkapelle (Belgium) -- Radio-Ecological Monitoring of the Environment -- Ion Mobility Spectrometry for Monitoring the Destruction of Chemical Warfare Agents -- Identification of Chemical Neutralization of Products of Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents -- Environmental and Health Monitoring in Relation to the Demolition of the Former CWPF at JSC Khimprom, Novocheboksarsk, Russia -- Vapor Validation of Monitoring Systems for Detection of Trace Levels of Chemical Warfare Agents in Air -- Tacis Project “The Development of an Environmental and Health Monitoring System Related to the Demilitarization of the Chemical Weapons Facility at the Detached Plant Nr. 4 of OAO Khimprom, Novocheboksarsk” and Possible Implications for Future Russian Demilitarization Activities at CWPFS -- Toxicological and Public Health Aspects of Two-Stage Technology of Chemical Warfare Agents Destruction in Russia -- Chemical and Biological-Ecological Aspects of Risk Assessment for Lewisite Destruction -- Risk Mapping and Risk Assessment for Suspected Chemical Weapons Burial Sites on the Former Military Training Area Döberitzer Heide (Germany) -- About Evaluation Practice of Emergency Environmental Risks of Chemically Dangerous Facilities -- Risk Assessment and Safety Management at Chemical Facilities with the Use of New Information Technologies -- On the Analysis of Environmental Risks Associated with the Possible Leakage of Chemical Warfare Agents During Transportation and Disposal of Munitions -- Ecological Risks and Ecological Insurance in Russia (in Connection with the Problem of Chemical Weapons Destruction) -- Insurance of Risk of Environmental Contamination During Destruction of Chemical Weapons -- Session III: Prevention -- About Some Risk Assessment Problems Associated with Hazardous Facilities Exploitation -- Revised Airborne Exposure Limits for Chemical Warfare Agents -- Analysis of Technologies for Lewisite Destruction -- New Understanding on Pathogenesis of Delayed Effects of Rvx Low-Dose Chronic Exposure -- Health State and Hormone Status Among Residents of Kizner Respectively Working and Not-working at Arsenal of Chemical Weapons -- Evaluation of Embryotoxic and Teratogenic Effects of Final Products of Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) Destruction -- Health and Environmental Monitoring at the Area of Protective Measures in the Vicinity of Locating Chemical Weapons Storage and Destruction Facilities -- The Use of Pupillometry for Evaluating the Functional State of Persons Who Worked with Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents -- Session IV Public Outreach -- Participation of the Public in Licensing Procedures for and During Operation of Hazardous Facilities
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1st ed. 2006.
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1 online resource (357 p.)
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9781402031373
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10.1007/1-4020-3137-8
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Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons : Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, from 22-26 October 2003, edited by Vladimir M. Kolodkin, Wolfgang Ruck, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • "This publication is supported by the NATO Programme for Security Through Science"--Cover
  • "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons, Lüneburg, Germany, 22-26 October 2003"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
Chemical Weapons Convention after the First Review Conference -- Implementation of Russia’s Obligation to Destroy chemical Weapons in the Udmurt Republic -- The CWC after the Review Conference -- Session I: Prediction -- Evaluation of State of Environment and Monitoring of Hazardous Facilities -- Prediction of Quantitative Assessments of Effects on Nature from Potential Accidents at Chemical Warfare Agent Facilities -- Ecological Risks of Toxic Substances Combustion -- Risk Assessment of Chemical Weapons Influence on Ecosystems as the Whole -- Health and Environmental Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons -- Ecological Risks Analysis for the Chemical Weapons Destruction Facility -- An Approach to Assessment of Chemical Risk on the Basis of Generation of Time Series -- The Complex Approach in Appraisal of the Conditions of Natural Ecosystems in the «Valley» Zone Used for the Storage of Chemical Weapons (Pochep, Bryansk Region) -- Analysis of Ecological Risks within an Environmental Monitoring System -- Dechlorination of Recalcitrant Polychlorinated Contaminants Using Ball Milling -- Ecological Risk Assessment for Ascontaining Chemical Warfare Agents — Status and Perspectives -- Session II: Monitoring -- Personal Monitoring of Old Chemical Weapons’ Dismantling Operations at Poelkapelle (Belgium) -- Radio-Ecological Monitoring of the Environment -- Ion Mobility Spectrometry for Monitoring the Destruction of Chemical Warfare Agents -- Identification of Chemical Neutralization of Products of Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents -- Environmental and Health Monitoring in Relation to the Demolition of the Former CWPF at JSC Khimprom, Novocheboksarsk, Russia -- Vapor Validation of Monitoring Systems for Detection of Trace Levels of Chemical Warfare Agents in Air -- Tacis Project “The Development of an Environmental and Health Monitoring System Related to the Demilitarization of the Chemical Weapons Facility at the Detached Plant Nr. 4 of OAO Khimprom, Novocheboksarsk” and Possible Implications for Future Russian Demilitarization Activities at CWPFS -- Toxicological and Public Health Aspects of Two-Stage Technology of Chemical Warfare Agents Destruction in Russia -- Chemical and Biological-Ecological Aspects of Risk Assessment for Lewisite Destruction -- Risk Mapping and Risk Assessment for Suspected Chemical Weapons Burial Sites on the Former Military Training Area Döberitzer Heide (Germany) -- About Evaluation Practice of Emergency Environmental Risks of Chemically Dangerous Facilities -- Risk Assessment and Safety Management at Chemical Facilities with the Use of New Information Technologies -- On the Analysis of Environmental Risks Associated with the Possible Leakage of Chemical Warfare Agents During Transportation and Disposal of Munitions -- Ecological Risks and Ecological Insurance in Russia (in Connection with the Problem of Chemical Weapons Destruction) -- Insurance of Risk of Environmental Contamination During Destruction of Chemical Weapons -- Session III: Prevention -- About Some Risk Assessment Problems Associated with Hazardous Facilities Exploitation -- Revised Airborne Exposure Limits for Chemical Warfare Agents -- Analysis of Technologies for Lewisite Destruction -- New Understanding on Pathogenesis of Delayed Effects of Rvx Low-Dose Chronic Exposure -- Health State and Hormone Status Among Residents of Kizner Respectively Working and Not-working at Arsenal of Chemical Weapons -- Evaluation of Embryotoxic and Teratogenic Effects of Final Products of Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) Destruction -- Health and Environmental Monitoring at the Area of Protective Measures in the Vicinity of Locating Chemical Weapons Storage and Destruction Facilities -- The Use of Pupillometry for Evaluating the Functional State of Persons Who Worked with Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents -- Session IV Public Outreach -- Participation of the Public in Licensing Procedures for and During Operation of Hazardous Facilities
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2006.
Extent
1 online resource (357 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781402031373
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Other control number
10.1007/1-4020-3137-8
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)1000000000284199
  • (EBL)303189
  • (OCoLC)209927614
  • (SSID)ssj0000142959
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11152979
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000142959
  • (PQKBWorkID)10111916
  • (PQKB)11224217
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