Preface. Opening address; M. Barskov. Overview and Status of Issues Related to Nuclear Vessel Decommissioning and Utilization. Utilization of Russian Nuclear Submarines: Contents of the Problem, Review of the Actual Status, Analysis of the Related Risks and International Cooperation; A.A. Sariskov. Overview of the Status and Issues Related to the Decommissioning of Nuclear Vessels in Russia; V. Akhunov. Overview of the Status and Issues Related to the Decommissioning of Nuclear Vessels in France; A. Tournyol du Clos. Inactivation and Recycling of Nuclear Vessels in the USA: Overview and Status; M. MacKinnon III. Prospective on Risks Associated with Nuclear Vessels; P.L. Oelgaard. On Risks in Decommissioning of Nuclear Submarines (NS); O. Kovalevich, et al. Decommissioning and Dismantling of French Nuclear Submarines: Industrial Issues; B. Robin, A. de Buzonniere. International Cooperation in Nuclear Vessel Decommissioning and Utilization. Bilateral Cooperation Related to the Decommissioning of Nuclear Vessels between the USA and the Russian Federation Status and Issues; M.A. Baker. Military Environmental Cooperation on Radioactive and Non-Radioactive Waste in Russia's Northwest and Far East; D. Rudolph, et al. Non-Proliferation and Other Security-Related Issues Associated with the Dismantling of Nuclear Vessels in North-West Russia; O. Reistad, A. Soerlie. Experience of International Cooperation and Unresolved Issues of Utilizing Nuclear Submarines and Nuclear Maintenance Support Vessels in the Far East Region of Russia; Y. Shulgan. International Cooperation for Nuclear Submarine Disposal: Current Results and Future Prospects; N. Kalistratov. Radioecology, Radiation, and Safety Issues. System Analysis of Environmental Risks: Basic Problems and Methods of Solution; L. Bolshov, R. Aroutiounian. Analysis of the Radiation Potential of the Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines and Reactor Units; V. Barinov, et al. Improving Nuclear and Radiation Safety during the Process of Russian Nuclear Submarine Utilization; A. Kiriushin, et al. Analysis of the Radiation Risks for the Population at Different Stages of Nuclear Submarine Utilization; A. Blekher. Radiation Burden in Regions Resulting from Nuclear Submarine Handling after Decommissioning and the Existing Uncertainties in their Estimation; B. Pologikh. Automated Radiological Monitoring at a Russian Ministry of Defence Site; P.D. Moscowitz, et al. Analysis of the Radioecological Situation within Bays of Nuclear Submarine and Floating Reactor Compartment Storage; V. Danilyan, V. Vysotsky. The Forecast of Possible Radioecological Consequences and Risk of Damage to the Health of Critical Groups of the Population from Sunken Nuclear Submarines and other Radiation-Dangerous Objects on the Bottom of the Ocean; I. Lisovsky. Radiation Impact on the Environment when Handling Fuel of Dispositioned Nuclear Submarines at GMP Zvezdochka; Y. Siminovskiy, et al. Methodolgical Aspects of Assessing the Radioecological Situation at Contaminated Territories of Russian Naval Bases to Perform their Subsequent Rehabilitation; V. Zhernovoy, et al. Radioecological Monitoring of Defueling of Damaged Spent Fuel from Storage Facilities of Floating Shops; V. Vysotsky, et al. Issues of Novaya Zemlia Bay Rehabilitation Due to the Dumping of Radiation Dangerous Facilities; Y. Sivintsev. Ensuring Safety of Nuclear Submarines Stored Afloat after Decommissioning; S. Petrov. Possibilities of Using a Multifunctional System of Sanogenetic Monitoring to Perform a Physiological and Hygienic Survey of Different Work-Status Personnel at Nuclear Shipbuilding Enterprises; V. Dovgusha, et al. Spent Nuclear Fuel Issues. Actual Status and Problems of Spent Nuclear Fuel Management at Coastal Facilities of the Northwest Region and the Far East Region of Russia; A. Pimenov, et al. Transport and Technological Flowsheets for Management of Spent Nuclear Fuel from Nuclear Submarines under Utilization in the Northwest Region and the Far East Region of Russia: Problems and Solutions; V. Shishkin, et al. Storing and Shipping of Spent Nuclear Fuel from Ships: New Engineering Solutions and Probable Radiation Effects of an Accident; M. Rylov, et al. Options for the Handling and Storage of Nuclear Vessel Spent Fuel; O. Keener Earle. Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel and Radioactive Waste in the Decommissioning of French Nuclear Submarines; J. Chenais. Assessment of the Probability of Initiating a Spontaneous Chain Reaction within Metallic-Concrete Transportation Casks: Case of Temporary Storage of Vessel Spent Nuclear Fuel of the Russian Navy; R. Bakin, et al. Radioactive Waste Management. Radiation-Equivalent Approach to Radioactive Waste Management; E. Adamov, et al. Nuclear Vessel Utilization: Basic Pathways for Realizing Engineering Solutions of the Conceptual LRW and SRW Management Flowsheet in the Northwest Region of Russia; V. Safutin, et al. Ways of Minimizing Amounts of Radioactive Wastes Created during Nuclear Submarine Utilization; Y.J. Mescheriakov, et al. Submarines with Liquid Metal Coolant. Problems of Long-Term Safe Storage of Unloaded and Non-Unloaded Spent Nuclear Fuel for Nuclear Submarine with Liquid Metal Coolant; D. Pankratov, et al. Current Problems of Utilization of Nuclear Submarines with Liquid Metal Coolant; V. Sazonov, et al. Step-by-Step Solution to the Project on Long-Term Storage of Spent Fuel From Nuclear Submarines with Heavy Liquid Metal Cooled Reactors; M. Bugreev, et al. Special Topics in Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning and Utilization. Substantiation of the Necessity to Construct centers for Long-Term Reactor Compartment Storage and Principle Technical Solutions on Environmental Safe Storage of Reactor Units of Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines; V. Mazokin, M. Netecha. Specific Features of the NS 'Kursk' Utilization; V. Nikitin. Development of Computer Models and Informational Support Systems for Utilization of Decommissioned Nuclear Submarines; S. Bogatov, et al. Toward a System Dynamical Model of Russian Nuclear Submarine Dismantlement Barriers; C.D. Ferguson. Creating Adequate Public Opinion in Russian Regions as a Top-Priority Task of Nuclear Submarine Utilization and Radioactive Waste Management; R. Kalinin.