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[en] Radiation mapping, as an area engaged in the collection, analysis and cartographic presentation of information on the state of the radiation situation, is currently the key to solving a number of complex ecological problems in the context of the widespread dissemination of cost-effective nuclear energy. Radiation-chemical mapping is divided into several interconnected components, and its basis is the collection of data obtained by remote sensing in the process of continuously produced, statistical field and laboratory studies.
[en] The issue of assessing the radiation-chemical pollution of oil fields of the Absheron Peninsula is considered on the example of the ''Bibiheybet'' Oil and Gas Production Department (OGPD) territory polluted during oil production. For this purpose, radiation mapping of this territory was carried out, for which factual data obtained by remote sensing and field instrumental studies of the content of individual radionuclides in soils were collected. In radiation mapping the radiation situation is characterized by the compilation of the corresponding contours. The most widely used maps of radiation pollution are created by using modern software that contains the total quantity of radionuclides. High values of isolines characterize the severity of the ecological situation. Modern geo information support is required to solve ecological problems, which allows for responding quickly to any changes in the environment. For the data array throughout Absheron, the background radiation data were taken into account in the fields, in the contaminated areas, and also in areas where the increased background radiation is due to natural factors (quarries, mud volcanoes).