The laboratory was founded on July 2016. The lab team carries out studies on assessment and modeling of the content, translocation of technogenic pollutants (radionuclides, heavy metals etc.) in the environment; development of software and technical facilities for analyzing anthropogenic loads and environmental safety; development and improvement of methodological approaches on assessment of ecologycal and radiation risks.
Laboratory staff works on:
– methods for determining and reducing migration of pollutants in order to minimize consequences of anthropogenic impact on the environment,
– development of multifunctional decision support systems based on GIS technologies for pollutants transfer prediction on contaminated territories of the Republic of Belarus.
Lab manager, Ph.D. Dvornik Alexander
Senior researcher, Ph.D. Chekhovskiy Artur
Senior researcher, Shamal Natalia
Researcher, Korol Raisa
Researcher, Klementeva Katerina
Researcher, Gaponenko Sergey
Young researcher, Bardyukova Alesya
Young researcher, Seglin Veronica
Dvornik, A.A. Potential threat to human health during forest fires in the Belarusian exclusion zone / A.A. Dvornik, A.M. Dvornik, R.A. Korol, N.V. Shamal, S.O. Gaponenko, A.V. Bardyukova // Aerosol Science and Technology. – 2018. – Vol. 52(8). – p. 923-932.
Ramzaev, V. A backpack γ-spectrometer for measurements of ambient dose equivalent rate, H˙∗(10), from 137Cs and from naturally occurring radiation: The importance of operator related attenuation / V. Ramzaev, C. Bernhardsson, A. Barkovsky, I. Romanovich, J. Jarneborn, S. Mattsson, A. Dvornik, S. Gaponenko // Radiation Measurements. – 2017. – Vol. 107. – p. 14–22.
Dvornik, A.A. Assessment of 137Cs contamination of combustion products and air pollution during the forest ﬁres in zones of radioactive contamination / A.A. Dvornik, E.A. Klementeva, A.M. Dvornik // Radioprotection. – 2017. – 52(1). – p. 29-36.
Gaponenko, V.I. A comparative study of 40K versus 137Cs uptake as chemical analogs by vegetable plants at different concentrations of these nuclides in soil near the 30-km Chernobyl zone / V.I. Gaponenko, N.V. Shamal, A.N. Nikitin // Radioprotection. – 2016. – 51(1). – p. 25-30.