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Main activities of engineering geologists in the field of radioactive waste disposal

Main activities of engineering geologists in the field of radioactive waste disposal

Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 34(1): 25-38

The paper describes the work of engineering geologists during the planning and construction of underground repositories for radioactive wastes. Various engineering geological methods for the description of rock structure, for the measurement of thermo-mechanical parameters and for the quantitative demonstration of structural stability are discussed in detail.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02590232

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