Posiva publishes Working Reports and Posiva Reports. From the year 2006 nearly all the reports have been published on our webpage and they can be found in the databank. In the databank you can also find our Annual Reviews and some other publications as well. You can also find print-quality pictures and useful links in the databank.

Recent publications

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Workreport 2019-8

Follow-Up Study of the Humic Substances and Colloidal Material in Groundwater from ONKALO, Olkiluoto, 2017

Luste, S.

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Workreport 2018-8

Exposure Pathway Analysis for a Geological Disposal Facility for Radioactive Waste at the Olkiluoto Site

Hjerpe, T.

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Workreport 2018-32

Pumping Tests in Drillholes OL-KR49, -KR50, and -KR56 at Olkiluoto in 2012–2014

Pentti, E., Vaittinen, T., Pekkanen, J., Karvonen, T.

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Workreport 2019-10

Co-Seismic Secondary Fracture Displacements Under Different Stress Conditions

Fälth, B., Lönnqvist, M., Hökmark, H.

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Workreport 2018-18

ONKALO POSE Experiment - FRACOD2D Back-Analyses

Siren, T., Suikkanen, J.

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Workreport 2018-45

Results of Monitoring at Olkiluoto in 2017 - Environment

Sojakka, T., Weckman, K., Lipping, T., Haavisto, F., Rinne, A.

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Workreport 2017-46

Results of Monitoring at Olkiluoto in 2016, Foreign Materials

Ylöstalo, R.

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Workreport 2018-44

Monitoring at Olkiluoto in 2017, Hydrogeochemistry

Vuorio, M., Lamminmäki, T., Pitkänen, P., Penttinen, T., Tiensuu, K., Komulainen, J., Wendling, L., Yli-Rantala, E., Partamies, S., Ahokas, T.

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Workreport 2019-43

Results of Monitoring at Olkiluoto in 2018 - Hydrology and Hydrogeology

Vaittinen, T., Hurmerinta, E., Nummela, J., Pentti, E., Tammisto, E., Turku, J., Karvonen, T.

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Workreport 2018-31

3D and 1D Dual-Porosity Reactive Transport Simulations - Model Improvements, Sensitivity Analyses, and Results from the Integrated Sulfide Project Inter-Model Comparison Exercise

Pękala, M., Alt-Epping, P., Wersin, P.

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