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 2018-30

Microbial Release of Iron from Olkiluoto Rock Minerals

Johansson, L., Stahlén, J., Taborowski, T., Pedersen, K., Lukkari, S., Marmo, J.

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POSIVA Report 2018-2

Plan for Uncertainty Assessment in the Safety Case for the Operating Licence Application

Nummi, O.

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POSIVA Report 2017-4

Quality Assessment of PFL Transmissivity Data Identified in Subsurface Drillholes of ONKALO

Tammisto, E., Ahokas, H., Komulainen, J., Pekkanen, J.

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Workreport 2018-27

Compilation and Analysis of Hydrogeological Responses to Field Activities in Olkiluoto During 2015-2016

Pentti, E., Vaittinen, T.

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Workreport 2017-39

Investigation of Rock Matrix Retention Properties – Supporting Laboratory Studies II: Diffusion Coefficient and Permeability

Voutilainen, M., Ikonen, J., Sammaljärvi, J., Siitari-Kauppi, M., Lindberg, A., Kuva, J., Timonen, J., Löfgren, M.

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Workreport 2018-3

Development of Shaft Grouting Methods During the Construction of ONKALO Research Facility at Olkiluoto

Hatakka, L., Salminen, N., Tirinen, J.

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Workreport 2018-14

ONKALO POSE Experiment - Integrated Analyses of True-triaxial Tests

Behrestaghi, M., Sehizadeh, M., Young, R.

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POSIVA Report 2018-3

Hydrothermal Alteration of Bedrock at Olkiluoto

Aaltonen, I., Front, K., Gehör, S., Sahlstedt, E.

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Workreport 2018-22

Electromagnetic Sampo Monitoring Soundings at Olkiluoto in 2017

Korhonen, K.

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Workreport 2017-32

Discrete Fracture Network Modelling (Version 3) in Support of Olkiluoto Site Description 2018

Hartley, L., Appleyard, P., Baxter, S., Hoek, J., Joyce, S., Mosley, K., Williams, T., Fox, A., Cottrell, M., La Pointe, P., Gehör, S., Darcel, C., Le Goc, R., Aaltonen, I., Vanhanarkaus, O., Löfman, J., Poteri, A.

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