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 2010-71

Long-Term Alteration of Bentonite in the Presence of Metallic Iron

Kumpulainen, S., Carlsson, T., Muurinen, A., Kiviranta, L., Svensson, D., Sasamoto, H., Yui, M., Wersin, P. & Rosch, D.

Workreport 2010-70

Geological Model of the Olkiluoto Site - Version 2

Aaltonen, I. (ed.), Lahti, M., Engström, J., Mattila, J., Paananen, M., Paulamäki, S., Gehör, S., Kärki, A., Ahokas, T., Torvela, T. & Front, K.

Workreport 2010-69

Non-human Biota Dose Assessment: Sensitivity Analysis and Knowledge Quality Assessment

Smith, K., Robinson, C., Jackson, D., De La Cruz, I., Zinger, I. & Avila, R.

Workreport 2010-67

Potential Reference Mires and Lakes for Biosphere Assessment of Olkiluoto Site

Haapanen, R., Aro, L., Kirkkala, T., Koivunen, S., Lahdenperä, A-M & Paloheimo, A.

Workreport 2010-65

Results of Forest Monitoring on Olkiluoto Island in 2009

Aro, L., Derome, J., Helmisaari, H-S., Hökkä, H. Lindroos, A-J. & Rautio, P.

Workreport 2010-62

The Greenland Analogue Project, Sub-Project C, 2008 Field and Data Report

Aaltonen, I., Douglas B., Claesson Liljedahl L., Frape S., Henkemans E., Hobbs M., Klint K. E., Lehtinen A., Lintinen P. & Ruskeeniemi T.

Workreport 2010-61

GPS Measurements in Satakunta Area

Poutanen, M., Nyberg, S. & Ahola, J.

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