Foreword. Acknowledgements. Environmental Issues Associated with Nuclear Disarmament. 1. Post-Arms Race Clean-Up Effort in the United States of America; T.E. Baca, et al. 2. Some Comparisons of Plutonium-Bearing Radwaste Management in the USA and Russia; V.F. Peretroukhine, C.H. Delegard. 3. International Training Centre for Analysing Nuclear and Radiation Safety; Y. Cherepnin, Y. Istomin. 4. Radioactive Contamination and Waste Management in the Former Soviet Union. Opportunities for Studying Anthropogenic Analogues of Radioactive-Waste Repositories; S.M. Wickham, J.L. Knight. 5. Legacy of Actinides in the Weapons Complex; G.R. Choppin. Preventing Proliferation of Nuclear Materials. 6. Fuel Cycle of Large-Scale Nuclear Energy (BREST-1200) with Non-Proliferation of Plutonium and Equivalent of Radioactive Waste; A.V. Lopatkin, V.V. Orlov. 7. Ceramic Waste Forms for Excess Weapons Plutonium; W. Lutze, et al. 8. Long-Term Solutions to Managing Nuclear Waste in the Russian Federation; N.P. Laverov, et al. 9. Thorium Phosphates as Matrices for Radionuclide Immobilisation; V. Brandel, et al. 10. Modeling Spent Nuclear UO2-Fuel Dissolution Under Repository Conditions; J. De Pablo, et al. Nuclear Facility Decontamination and Decommissioning. 11. IAEA Programme on the Identification and Remediation of Contaminated Nuclear Sites; V.S. Tsyplenkov, et al. 12. Electro-Physical Methods of Decontamination of Radioactive Equipment Surfaces; M. Krymsky, et al. 13. Electro-Chemical Methods for Decontaminating and Treating Radioactive Waste Resulting From Weapons-Facilities Clean-Up; S. Marczak, et al. 14. Decommissioning of Nuclear Installations and Dismantling Techniques; J.L. Diaz-Diaz. 15. Packaging of Plutonium Metal and Oxide in the ARIES Project; C.K. Rofer, et al. Applying Nuclear Weapons Expertise to Civilian Use. 16. Removal and Use of the Large-Scale Radioactive Equipment of Nuclear Submarines; M.E. Netecha, V.A. Mazokin. 17. Nuclear Technology for Cleaning Coal Emissions. Example of International Cooperation leading to the Application of a Nuclear Technology to the Civilian sector; A.G. Chmielewski, Z. Zimek. 18. Environmental Aspects of the Loss of Nuclear-Powered Ships; A.V. Nikitin, V.K. Ulasevich. 19. U.S.-Russian Weapons Sites Collaborations on Environmental Problems; C.F.V. Mason. 20. Adsorbents for Stabilising Radionuclides from Solution; V.I. Plotnikov, et al. Treatment of Nuclear Waste and Remediation of Contaminated Sites. 21. Advanced Thermo-Chemical Technologies for the Treatment of Radioactive and Biological Waste; M.I. Ojovan, et al. 22. Clean-Up of Nuclear Weapons Facilities; C.F.V. Mason. 23. Risk-Assessment Model for Evaluating Environmental Remediation Options at the Straz Underground Uranium Leaching Site; P. Lietava. 24. Soil-to-Plant Transfer of Radionuclides; K. Bujtas, P. Szerbin. 25. Radiological Characterisation of Low- and Medium-Level Nuclear Wastes; J.A. Suarez, et al. 26. PIMS: A Simple Technology for Clean-Up of Heavy Metals and Radionuclides Throughout the World; J. Conca, et al. 27. Inorganic Ion Exchangers as Selective Adsorbents and Potential Primary Barriers for Radionuclides; J. Narbutt. Nuclear Waste Management and Disposal. 28. Use of Conservant 'F' for Radioactive and Chemical Solid Waste Disposal; V. Alexandrov, et al. 29. Managing Institutional LILW in Central Russia: Operational Experience; I.A. Sobolev, et al. 30. Aspects of the Migration of Long-Lived Radionuclides from Underground Waste Repositories; T. Florkowski. 31. Systems Approach to the Safety Evaluation of Radioactive Waste Management Options; S. Konopaaskova. 32. Expertise in Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management in Belarus; A.A. Mikhalevich. 33. Radionuclide Co-Precipitation Studies Under Repository Conditions; J. Quinones, et al. Long-Term Surveillance of Monitoring of Nuclear Materials. 34. Measurements and Modelling of Radionuclide Migration into Various Types of Soil; L. Koblinger, et al. 35. Sand Reactor; Y.S. Cherepnin, A.P. Vasiliyev. 36. Advanced Portable Thermoluminescent Dosimeter System for Monitoring Environmental Radiation; S. Deme, I. Apathy. 37. Speciation in Water Released From Mining and Milling Facilities; G. Geipel, et al. Attachment a Technologies and Needs for Potential Long-Term Collaborations. Attachment B Nato Advanced Research Workshop Participant List. Author and Subject Index.