Posiva reports

A Posiva report represents Posiva's view of the results and conclusions presented in the report. The reports are part of the backbone of Posiva's research work. A few dozen Posiva reports are published each year, mostly in English. In addition to an internal identification number, each Posiva report is given an ISBN number to make it easier to find the publication and process it in information systems. At the end of each Posiva report, there is a list of previously published Posiva reports.

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POSIVA Report 2019-4

Modelling Changes in Climate over the Next 1 Million Years

Lord, N.S., Lunt, D., Thorne, M.

POSIVA Report 2019-3

HYDCO Summary Report

Öhman, J., Hansson, K., Andersson, P., Joutsen, A., Poteri, A., Ahokas, H., Heikkinen, E.

POSIVA Report 2019-1

Postglacial Faults in Finland -a Review of PGSdyn Project Results

Ojala, A. E.K., Mattila, J., Ruskeeniemi, T., Markovaara-Koivisto, M., Palmu, J-P., Nordbäck, N,. Lindberg, A,. Sutinen, R., Aaltonen, I., Savunen, J.

POSIVA Report 2017-1

Parametrisation of Fractures - Final Report

Siren, T., Hakala, M., Valli, J., Christiansson, R., Mas Ivars, D., Lam, T., Mattila, J., Suikkanen, J.

POSIVA Report 2016-21

Status and Outline Planning Report for Discrete Fracture Network Concepts, Data, Methods and Models for the Olkiluoto Site 2015

Hartley, L., Baxter, S., Fox, A., Poteri, A., Aaltonen, I., Koskinen, L., Suikkanen, J.

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