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DEEP UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR WASTE REPOSITORIES

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Radial Flow Permeability Testing of Indiana Limestone

P. Mattar & A.P.S. Selvadurai McGill University, Montreal, Canada

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THM Processes In A Fluid-Saturated Poroelastic Geomaterial: Comparison Of Analytical Results And Computational Estimates

A. P. Suvorov & A.P.S. Selvadurai McGill University, Montreal, Canada

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Bonded-particle simulation of Tunnel Sealing Experiment

T.S. Wanne Lassonde Institute, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nuclear Waste Management Organization, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Reasoned Argument Why Large-Scale Fracturing Will Not Be Induced by a Deep Geological Repository

Rodney S. Read RSRead Consulting Inc., Okotoks, Alberta, Canada
Kenneth Birch Nuclear Waste Management Organization, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Overview of Ontario Power Generation’s Proposed L&ILW Deep Geologic Repository Bruce Site, Tiverton, Ontario

Mark Jensen, Tom Lam, Dylan Luhowy, Jim McLay, Branko Semec,Robin Frizzell Nuclear Waste Management Organization, Toronto, Ontario

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The Role of Rock Engineering in Developing a Deep Geological Repository in Sedimentary Rocks

Rodney S. Read RSRead Consulting Inc., Okotoks, Alberta, Canada
Kenneth Birch Nuclear Waste Management Organization, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Geotechnical Characterization of a Sedimentary Sequence for a Geological Repository

Tom Lam NWMO, Toronto, ON, Canada
Derek Martin Dept. Civil & Environmental Engineering – University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Dougal McCreath School of Engineering – Laurentian University, Sudbury, ON, Canada

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Regional-Scale Paleoclimate Influences On A Proposed Deep Geologic Repository In Canada For Low And Intermediate Level Waste

S.D. Normani, J.F. Sykes & Y.Yin University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada