Working reports

Posiva's working reports are used to publish research results related to the practical aspects of the final disposal of spent nuclear fuel. Approximately one hundred working reports are published every year, usually in Finnish or English. The reports are written by Posiva employees or specialists from third party organisations. The working reports are an important tool for distributing the results of research work. All working reports are published on the Posiva website.

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Workreport 2018-1

Mineral Potential of the Critical Raw Materials in the Bedrock of Olkiluoto and its Surroundings

Rasilainen, K., Pokki, J., Lindberg, A., Ruskeeniemi, T.

Workreport 2017-49

Distribution of Planktonic and Attached Microbial Populations in Groundwater of Olkiluoto and ONKALO

Pedersen, K., Bengtsson, A., Edlund, J., Eriksson, L., Johansson, L.

Workreport 2017-48

Pumping Test in Drillhole OL-KR29 in Summer 2016

Pentti, E., Pulkkinen, P., Ripatti, K.

Workreport 2017-47

Results of Monitoring at Olkiluoto in 2016, Rock Mechanics

Haapalehto, S., Malm, M, Saari, J., Lahtinen, S., Saaranen, V.

Workreport 2017-44

Results of Monitoring at Olkiluoto in 2016 Hydrogeochemistry

Vuorio, M., Lamminmäki, T., Pitkänen, P., Penttinen, T., Komulainen, J., Loimula, K., Wendling, L., Partamies, S., Ahokas, T.

Workreport 2017-43

Results of Monitoring at Olkiluoto in 2016 – Hydrology and Hydrogeology

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

Workreport 2017-41

Sorption of Alkaline Earth Metals on Biotite of Olkiluoto Bedrock

Söderlund, M., Ervanne, H., Muuri, E., Lehto, J.

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