Databank

Databank

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 2017-28

Results of Forest Monitoring on Olkiluoto Island in 2016

Aro, L., Lindroos, A-J., Rautio, P., Ryynänen, A., Korpela, L., Viherä-Aarnio, A., Salemaa M.
21.05.2018

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Workreport 2016-55

Results of Forest Monitoring on Olkiluoto Island in 2015

Aro, L., Lindroos, A-J., Rautio, P., Ryynänen, A., Korpela, L., Mäkinen, V., Viherä-Aarnio, A., Salemaa, M.
21.05.2018

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Workreport 2017-17

Flow and Electrical Conductivity Measurements During Long-Term Pumping of Drillhole OL-KR6 at Olkiluoto, Results from November 2015 and September 2016 Measurements

Pekkanen, J.
18.05.2018

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Workreport 2017-3

Modelling of Chemical Influences from Posiva’s Low and Intermediate Level Waste Repository on the Spent Nuclear Fuel Repository

Höglund, L., Sidborn, M., Crawford, J., Keith-Roach, M., Hoek, J., Grundfelt, B.
08.05.2018

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Workreport 2017-21

Slug tests in PP-, PVP-, and HP-holes at Olkiluoto in 2016

Pentti, E.
04.05.2018

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Workreport 2016-53

Initial Buffer and Backfill Wetting: Pellet-Filling Component

Martikainen, J., Schatz, T.
26.04.2018

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Workreport 2016-59

Fracture Mineral Investigations in 2014-Characteristics of Fillings Associated with Black Pigment and Geochemical and Isotopic Modelling of Littorina Infiltration

Sahlstedt, E., Karhu, J.
26.04.2018

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Workreport 2017-29

Electromagnetic Sampo Monitoring Soundings at Olkiluoto in 2016

Korhonen, K.
26.04.2018

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Workreport 2016-54

Game Statistics for the Island of Olkiluoto in 2015-2016

Niemi, M., Nieminen, M.
25.04.2018

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Workreport 2013-40

Onkalo Pose Experiment – Phase 3, Mise-a-la-Masse and Electrical Tomography Measurements

Heikkinen, E., Kiuru, R., Tiensuu, K., Hurmerinta, E., Heikkinen P., Pekkanen, J.
25.04.2018


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