Climate change and landscape development in post-closure safety assessment of solid radioactive waste disposal: Results of an initiative of the IAEA

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Climate change and landscape development in post-closure safety assessment of solid radioactive waste disposal: Results of an initiative of the IAEA. / Lindborg, Tobias; Thorne, Mike; Andersson, E.; Becker, Jens Karl; Brandefelt, Jenny; Cabianca, Tiberio; Gunia, Martin; Ikonen, Ari T.K.; Johansson, Emma; Kangasniemi, Ville; Kautsky, Ulrik; Kirchner, Gerald; Klos, Richard; Kowe, Ray; Kontula, Anne; Kupiainen, Petri; Lahdenperä, Anne-Maj; Lord, Natalie S.; Lunt, Dan J.; Näslund, J.-O.; Nordén, M.; Norris, S.; Pérez-Sánchez, D.; Proverbio, A.; Riekki, K.; Rübel, A.; Sweeck, Lieve; Walke, R.; Xu, S.; Smith, G.; Pröhl, G.

In: Journal of environmental radioactivity, Vol. 183, 01.03.2018, p. 41-53.

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Lindborg, T, Thorne, M, Andersson, E, Becker, JK, Brandefelt, J, Cabianca, T, Gunia, M, Ikonen, ATK, Johansson, E, Kangasniemi, V, Kautsky, U, Kirchner, G, Klos, R, Kowe, R, Kontula, A, Kupiainen, P, Lahdenperä, A-M, Lord, NS, Lunt, DJ, Näslund, J-O, Nordén, M, Norris, S, Pérez-Sánchez, D, Proverbio, A, Riekki, K, Rübel, A, Sweeck, L, Walke, R, Xu, S, Smith, G & Pröhl, G 2018, 'Climate change and landscape development in post-closure safety assessment of solid radioactive waste disposal: Results of an initiative of the IAEA', Journal of environmental radioactivity, vol. 183, pp. 41-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvrad.2017.12.006

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Lindborg, T., Thorne, M., Andersson, E., Becker, J. K., Brandefelt, J., Cabianca, T., ... Pröhl, G. (2018). Climate change and landscape development in post-closure safety assessment of solid radioactive waste disposal: Results of an initiative of the IAEA. Journal of environmental radioactivity, 183, 41-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvrad.2017.12.006

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Lindborg T, Thorne M, Andersson E, Becker JK, Brandefelt J, Cabianca T et al. Climate change and landscape development in post-closure safety assessment of solid radioactive waste disposal: Results of an initiative of the IAEA. Journal of environmental radioactivity. 2018 Mar 1;183:41-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvrad.2017.12.006

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Lindborg, Tobias ; Thorne, Mike ; Andersson, E. ; Becker, Jens Karl ; Brandefelt, Jenny ; Cabianca, Tiberio ; Gunia, Martin ; Ikonen, Ari T.K. ; Johansson, Emma ; Kangasniemi, Ville ; Kautsky, Ulrik ; Kirchner, Gerald ; Klos, Richard ; Kowe, Ray ; Kontula, Anne ; Kupiainen, Petri ; Lahdenperä, Anne-Maj ; Lord, Natalie S. ; Lunt, Dan J. ; Näslund, J.-O. ; Nordén, M. ; Norris, S. ; Pérez-Sánchez, D. ; Proverbio, A. ; Riekki, K. ; Rübel, A. ; Sweeck, Lieve ; Walke, R. ; Xu, S. ; Smith, G. ; Pröhl, G. / Climate change and landscape development in post-closure safety assessment of solid radioactive waste disposal: Results of an initiative of the IAEA. In: Journal of environmental radioactivity. 2018 ; Vol. 183. pp. 41-53.

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AU - Lunt, Dan J.

AU - Näslund, J.-O.

AU - Nordén, M.

AU - Norris, S.

AU - Pérez-Sánchez, D.

AU - Proverbio, A.

AU - Riekki, K.

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