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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A consistent phenomenological model for natural organic matter linked migration of Tc(IV), Cm(III), Np(IV), Pu(III/IV) and Pa(V) in the Boom Clay Maes, N.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1590-1599
10 p.
artikel
2 A model for the viscosity of dilute smectite gels Liu, Longcheng
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1792-1798
7 p.
artikel
3 Analysis of colloids erosion from the bentonite barrier of a high level radioactive waste repository and implications in safety assessment Missana, Tiziana
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1607-1615
9 p.
artikel
4 A profile of helium-4 concentration in pore-water for assessing the transport phenomena through an argillaceous formation (Tournemire, France) Bensenouci, F.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1521-1530
10 p.
artikel
5 Atmospherically-induced water oscillations detected in the port of Quequén, Buenos Aires, Argentina Dragani, Walter C.
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 998-1008
11 p.
artikel
6 Author Index 2011
89-90 17-18 p. I-II
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7 Author Index, Volume 30 2005
89-90 17-18 p. XI-XII
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8 Ca/Na selectivity coefficients from the Poisson–Boltzmann theory Hedström, Magnus
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1559-1563
5 p.
artikel
9 Characterisation of the hydraulic properties within the EDZ around drifts at level −490m of the Meuse/Haute-Marne URL: A methodology for consistent interpretation of hydraulic tests Baechler, S.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1922-1931
10 p.
artikel
10 Characterization of geological formations by physical parameters obtained through full waveform acoustic logging Mari, J.L.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1438-1449
12 p.
artikel
11 Characterization of groundwater flow in the environment of the Boom Clay formation Gedeon, Matej
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1486-1495
10 p.
artikel
12 Clays in natural and engineered barriers for radioactive waste confinement Landais, Patrick
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1437-
1 p.
artikel
13 Colloid diffusion coefficients in compacted and consolidated clay barriers: Compaction density and colloid size effects Alonso, Ursula
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1700-1707
8 p.
artikel
14 Comparing flows to a tunnel for single porosity, double porosity and discrete fracture representations of the EDZ Hawkins, I.R.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1990-2002
13 p.
artikel
15 Conceptual and numerical models of solute diffusion around a HLW repository in clay Samper, Javier
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1714-1720
7 p.
artikel
16 Contents of Volume 30 2005
89-90 17-18 p. II-X
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17 Destructive meteotsunamis along the eastern Adriatic coast: Overview Vilibić, Ivica
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 904-917
14 p.
artikel
18 Detecting and following atmospheric disturbances with a potential to generate meteotsunamis in the Adriatic Belušić, Danijel
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 918-927
10 p.
artikel
19 Determination of the permeability of the Callovo-Oxfordian clay at the metre to decametre scale Enssle, Carl Philipp
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1669-1678
10 p.
artikel
20 Diffusion of strongly sorbing cations (60Co and 152Eu) in compacted FEBEX bentonite García-Gutiérrez, M.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1708-1713
6 p.
artikel
21 Dissolved helium distribution in the Oxfordian and Dogger deep aquifers of the Meuse/Haute-Marne area Fourré, E.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1511-1520
10 p.
artikel
22 Effects of the injection grout Silica sol on bentonite Holmboe, Michael
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1580-1589
10 p.
artikel
23 Element and isotope mobility during water–rock interaction processes Corteel, Cedric
2005
89-90 17-18 p. 993-996
4 p.
artikel
24 Enhancing flood forecasting with the help of processed based calibration Cullmann, Johannes
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1111-1116
6 p.
artikel
25 Erosion of sodium bentonite by flow and colloid diffusion Moreno, Luis
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1600-1606
7 p.
artikel
26 Experimental and numerical study of sub-critical crack growth in Meuse/Haute-Marne argillite Magnenet, V.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1867-1871
5 p.
artikel
27 Experimental evidence for self-sealing of fractures in claystone Zhang, Chun-Liang
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1972-1980
9 p.
artikel
28 External forcing of meteorological tsunamis at the coast of the Balearic Islands Marcos, Marta
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 938-947
10 p.
artikel
29 Fluid source and pressure–temperature conditions of high-salinity fluids in syn-tectonic veins from the Northeastern Apuan Alps (Northern Apennines, Italy) Montomoli, Chiara
2005
89-90 17-18 p. 1005-1019
15 p.
artikel
30 Fracture transmissivity as a function of normal and shear stress: First results in Opalinus Clay Cuss, Robert J.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1960-1971
12 p.
artikel
31 Full scale 3D-modelling of the coupled gas migration and heat dissipation in a planned repository for radioactive waste in the Callovo-Oxfordian clay Enssle, Carl Philipp
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1754-1769
16 p.
artikel
32 Homogenization of engineered barriers, simulations verified against Canister Retrieval Test data Kristensson, Ola
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1848-1856
9 p.
artikel
33 Hydrogen solubility in pore water of partially saturated argillites: Application to Callovo-Oxfordian clayrock in the context of a nuclear waste geological disposal Lassin, A.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1721-1728
8 p.
artikel
34 Hydro-mechanical constitutive model for unsaturated compacted bentonite–sand mixture (BSM): Laboratory tests, parameter calibrations, modifications, and applications Priyanto, D.G.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1770-1782
13 p.
artikel
35 In situ determination of anisotropic permeability of clay Shao, H.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1688-1692
5 p.
artikel
36 Interaction between clay-based sealing components and crystalline host rock Priyanto, D.G.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1838-1847
10 p.
artikel
37 Interactions of corrosion products and bentonite: An extended multicomponent reactive transport model Lu, Chuanhe
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1661-1668
8 p.
artikel
38 Investigating the pore-water chemistry effects on the volume change behaviour of Boom clay Deng, Y.F.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1905-1912
8 p.
artikel
39 Investigating the swelling pressure of compacted crushed-Callovo-Oxfordian claystone Tang, C.S.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1857-1866
10 p.
artikel
40 Isocon analysis: A brief review of the method and applications Grant, James A.
2005
89-90 17-18 p. 997-1004
8 p.
artikel
41 Laboratory hydro-mechanical characterisation of Boom Clay at Essen and Mol Deng, Y.F.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1878-1890
13 p.
artikel
42 Large scale gas injection test (Lasgit): Results from two gas injection tests Cuss, Robert J.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1729-1742
14 p.
artikel
43 Limits to the use of highly compacted bentonite as a deterrent for microbiologically influenced corrosion in a nuclear fuel waste repository Stroes-Gascoyne, Simcha
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1630-1638
9 p.
artikel
44 Lot A2 test, THC modelling of the bentonite buffer Itälä, Aku
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1830-1837
8 p.
artikel
45 Macro-permeability distribution and anisotropy in a 3D fissured and fractured clay rock: ‘Excavation Damaged Zone’ around a cylindrical drift in Callovo-Oxfordian Argilite (Bure) Ababou, Rachid
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1932-1948
17 p.
artikel
46 Metallic corrosion processes reactivation sustained by iron-reducing bacteria: Implication on long-term stability of protective layers Esnault, L.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1624-1629
6 p.
artikel
47 Meteorologically induced strong seiches observed at Arraial do Cabo, RJ, Brazil Candella, Rogério Neder
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 989-997
9 p.
artikel
48 Meteorological tsunamis: Atmospherically induced destructive ocean waves in the tsunami frequency band Rabinovich, Alexander B.
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 891-893
3 p.
artikel
49 Meteorological tsunamis on the coasts of British Columbia and Washington Thomson, R.E.
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 971-988
18 p.
artikel
50 Meteo-tsunami hazard associated with summer thunderstorms in the United Kingdom Haslett, Simon K.
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 1016-1022
7 p.
artikel
51 Meteotsunami resulting from the propagation of synoptic-scale weather systems Goring, Derek G.
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 1009-1015
7 p.
artikel
52 Migration of gases around a cell containing high-activity vitrified wastes during the operational phase Hoch, A.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1743-1753
11 p.
artikel
53 Mineralogical and chemical characteristics of the bentonite in the A2 test parcel of the LOT field experiments at Äspö HRL, Sweden Olsson, Siv
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1545-1553
9 p.
artikel
54 Mobility of high field strength elements (HFSE) in magmatic-, metamorphic-, and submarine-hydrothermal systems Jiang, Shao-Yong
2005
89-90 17-18 p. 1020-1029
10 p.
artikel
55 Mobility of U–Th radionuclides connected with fault porosity: A case study of the Schauenburg Fault, Rhine Graben Shoulder, Germany Marbach, Thierry
2005
89-90 17-18 p. 1030-1037
8 p.
artikel
56 Modeling the viscoplastic and damage behavior in deep argillaceous rocks Souley, Mountaka
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1949-1959
11 p.
artikel
57 Modelling of cation concentrations in the outflow of NaNO3 percolation experiments through Boom Clay cores Martens, E.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1693-1699
7 p.
artikel
58 Modelling of permafrost freezing and melting and the impact of a climatic cycle on groundwater flow at the Meuse/Haute-Marne site Holmén, J.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1531-1538
8 p.
artikel
59 Molecular hydrogen: An abundant energy source for bacterial activity in nuclear waste repositories Libert, M.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1616-1623
8 p.
artikel
60 Moving from model calibration towards process understanding Fenicia, F.
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1057-1060
4 p.
artikel
61 Multistep triaxial strength tests: Investigating strength parameters and pore pressure effects on Opalinus Clay Gräsle, W.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1898-1904
7 p.
artikel
62 Multivariate and spatial statistical analysis of Callovo-Oxfordian physical properties from lab and borehole logs data: Towards a characterization of lateral and vertical spatial trends in the Meuse/Haute-Marne Transposition Zone Garcia, Michel H.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1469-1485
17 p.
artikel
63 New numerical modelling of the mechanical long-term behaviour of the GMR gallery in ANDRA’s Underground Research Laboratory Blanco Martín, Laura
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1872-1877
6 p.
artikel
64 Numerical simulation of the time-dependent deformation behaviour of claystone rock mass at the Tournemire site with 2D and 3D models Rutenberg, Michael
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1913-1921
9 p.
artikel
65 Numerical study of damage in unsaturated Geological and Engineered barriers Arson, C.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1981-1989
9 p.
artikel
66 On the application of focused ion beam nanotomography in characterizing the 3D pore space geometry of Opalinus clay Keller, Lukas M.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1539-1544
6 p.
artikel
67 On the behaviour of compacted bentonite under thermal gradients Pintado, Xavier
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1799-1805
7 p.
artikel
68 Permeability and expansibility of natural bentonite MX-80 in distilled water Liu, Longcheng
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1783-1791
9 p.
artikel
69 Pumping tests in a low permeability rock: Results and interpretation of a four-year long monitoring of water production flow rates in the Callovo-Oxfordian argillaceous rock Vinsot, A.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1679-1687
9 p.
artikel
70 Real-time procedure for detection of a meteotsunami within an early tsunami warning system Šepić, Jadranka
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 1023-1031
9 p.
artikel
71 Regionalisation of land surface hydrological model parameters in subarctic and arctic environments Dornes, Pablo F.
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1081-1089
9 p.
artikel
72 Regional parameter allocation and predictive uncertainty estimation of a rainfall-runoff model in the poorly gauged Three Gorges Area (PR China) Bosshard, Thomas
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1095-1104
10 p.
artikel
73 Role of cation mixing in the sol formation of Ca/Na-montmorillonite Hedström, Magnus
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1564-1571
8 p.
artikel
74 Sea level variability and the ‘Milghuba’ seiche oscillations in the northern coast of Malta, Central Mediterranean Drago, Aldo
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 948-970
23 p.
artikel
75 Selectivity coefficient for Ca/Na ion exchange in highly compacted bentonite Karnland, Ola
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1554-1558
5 p.
artikel
76 Sol formation ability of Ca/Na-montmorillonite at low ionic strength Birgersson, Martin
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1572-1579
8 p.
artikel
77 Solution controls for dissolved silica at 25, 50 and 90°C for quartz, Callovo-Oxfordian claystone, illite and MX80 bentonite Suzuki-Muresan, Tomo
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1648-1660
13 p.
artikel
78 Strengthening and stress relaxation of Opalinus Clay Schulze, Otto
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1891-1897
7 p.
artikel
79 Teleconnections between the Adriatic and the Balearic meteotsunamis Šepić, Jadranka
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 928-937
10 p.
artikel
80 Testing geochemical models of bentonite pore water evolution against laboratory experimental data Savage, David
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1817-1829
13 p.
artikel
81 The Great Adriatic flood of 21 June 1978 revisited: An overview of the reports Vučetić, Tamara
2009
89-90 17-18 p. 894-903
10 p.
artikel
82 The importance of observations on fluxes to constrain ground water model calibration Vassena, Chiara
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1105-1110
6 p.
artikel
83 Thermo-hydro-mechanical model of the Canister Retrieval Test Zandarin, M.T.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1806-1816
11 p.
artikel
84 The study of abiotic reduction of nitrate and nitrite in Boom Clay Mariën, A.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1639-1647
9 p.
artikel
85 The use and usefulness of boron isotopes in natural silicate–water systems Deyhle, Annette
2005
89-90 17-18 p. 1038-1046
9 p.
artikel
86 Tracing the origin of water and solute transfers in deep groundwater from Oxfordian, Dogger and Trias formations in the east of the Paris Basin – France Rebeix, Romain
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1496-1510
15 p.
artikel
87 Upscaling discrete internal observations for obtaining catchment-averaged TOPMODEL parameters in a small Mediterranean mountain basin Gallart, Francesc
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1090-1094
5 p.
artikel
88 Use of soil moisture observations to improve parameter consistency in watershed calibration Koren, Victor
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1068-1080
13 p.
artikel
89 Validation of a large scale hydrological model with data fields retrieved from reflective and thermal optical remote sensing data – A case study for the Upper Rhine Valley Casper, Markus C.
2008
89-90 17-18 p. 1061-1067
7 p.
artikel
90 Water flow in the Oxfordian and Dogger limestone around the Meuse/Haute-Marne Underground Research Laboratory Linard, Y.
2011
89-90 17-18 p. 1450-1468
19 p.
artikel
                             90 gevonden resultaten
 
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