WINNERS AND PRIZE-WINNERS OF THE COMPETITION OF 2017
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WINNERS AND PRIZE-WINNERS OF THE COMPETITION OF 2017
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1st degree diploma of the competition named after L.A. Knyazkov and the monetary prize were awarded to Ekaterina Migurskaya,  the graduate student of the Department of Hydrotechnical and Road Construction of the Architectural and Construction Faculty of the Yaroslavl State Technical University for the work "The economic value of natural capital and strategic environmental assessment".

The work deals with the substantive and procedural interconnections between the economic value of natural capital and the strategic environmental assessment of territorial development programs, as well as practical experience and the effectiveness of their joint application. The results obtained are useful for strategic planning, assessing the effectiveness of economic mechanisms for environmental management, assessment of the effectiveness of investment projects, especially external ones,  for the region and the district, calculation of compensations for damage, justification of the effectiveness of environmental plans and investment programs related to the use of natural resources, resolution of conflicts in the field of environmental management and protection.

Scientific Supervisor is Georgy Fomenko, Doctor of Geographical Sciences, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.

1st degree diploma of the competition named after L.A. Knyazkov and the monetary prize were awarded to Alena Andrianova,  the graduate student of the Department of Occupational Safety and Environmental Protection of the Chemical Technology Faculty of the Yaroslavl State Technical University for the work "Obtaining stable magnetic fluids from industrial wastes".

One of the possible ways to solve the problem of recycling industrial waste is to use them as raw materials in the production of magnetic fluids. High stability of magnetic fluids is achieved by adding a certain amount of stabilizer. The paper presents the results of a study on the selection of stabilizers that enhance the stability of magnetic fluids obtained using industrial waste.

Scientific Supervisors are Sahiba Kalayeva, Candidate of Technical Sciences; Vladimir Makarov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor