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[en] This paper describes the system governing liability for nuclear incidents in Poland. The Atomic Energy Act of 10 April 1986, which entered into force on 1 July 1986, covers all aspects of nuclear activities, including third party liability. Such liability is channelled onto the nuclear operator who must take out insurance to cover his liability up to an amount fixed in the contract. The Act provides that questions not settled by its provisions are governed by the Civil Code; therefore, if personal injuries exceed that amount victims may claim the difference from the State under that Code (NEA)
[fr]Cette communication decrit le regime applicable a la responsabilite civile pour les accidents nucleaires en Pologne. La loi sur l'energie atomique du 10 avril 1966, qui est entree en vigueur le 1er juillet 1986 regit tous les aspects des activites nucleaires, y compris la responsabilite civile. Cette responsabilite est canalisee sur l'exploitant, qui doit la couvrir par une assurance; son montant est fixe dans le contrat. D'autre part la loi prevoit que les questions qui ne sont pas reglees par ses dispositions relevent du Code Civil. Par consequent, en cas de dommage physique qui depasse ce montant, la victime peut demander a l'Etat de combler la difference en vertu du Code
[en] The condition of 3206 roentgen apparatus was analyzed on the basis of data collected in the first half of 1989. It appears that a large part of machines was rather not modern and used. The conversion of apparatus for new generation is rather too slow for the needs. (author)
[en] The Director General has received a Note Verbale dated 16 May 2002 from the Permanent Mission of Poland to the Agency and, as requested therein, the Note Verbale is attached hereto for the information of Member States
[en] The Zakopane Conference on Nuclear Physics, for historical reasons called School, has been organized since 1963 by the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN and the Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics UJ. Present conference is co-organized by the Committee of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The aim of the conference is to increase the mutual communication of experienced and young scientists representing various areas of theoretical and experimental nuclear physics. The present conference is entitled '' Extremes of the Nuclear Landscape ''. Invited lectures, selected seminar contributions and posters will cover new developments in the study of nuclear phenomena: from low lying shell model states to collective excitations at extreme spins and temperatures, from light to superheavy nuclei, from exotic proton drip-line nuclei to very neutron rich nuclear systems. New opportunities and challenges arising at the radioactive ion beam facilities and the latest experimental methods and apparatus will be presented. We will discuss the role of today's nuclear structure research in the understanding of the astrophysical processes and the influence on other disciplines.
[en] Small perch-like fishes from the Oligocene of the Paratethys have been traditionally assigned to Serranus budensis (Heckel, 1856). A morphological revision of the holotype and specimens previously assigned to S. budensis from the Outer Carpathians, Poland, is provided herein. They are re-assigned to the species Oligoserranoides budensis (Heckel, 1856) — Percoidei incertae sedis. New specimens assigned to Ol. budensis from the Outer Carpathians, Poland, are introduced. Our results reveal that Ol. budensis is very similar to the species Caucasoserranoides morozkiensis, Carpathoserranoides brnoensis, Carpathoserranoides polonicus and Oligoserranoides comparabilis, and further studies are necessary to revise the validity of those species. Ol. budensis shares many characters with genera Lutjanus and Ocyurus of the superfamily Lutjanoidea. Ol. budensis differs from Lutjanoidea in having a toothless palatine. The palaeobiogeography of Oligocene small perch-like fishes in the Paratethys is presented and discussed.