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https://doi.org/10.5194/sand-2-135-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/sand-2-135-2023
Conference Abstract
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06 Sep 2023
Conference Abstract |  | 06 Sep 2023

GeoLaB – Geothermal Laboratory in the crystalline Basement: synergies with research for a nuclear waste repository

Thomas Kohl, Ingo Sass, Olaf Kolditz, Christoph Schüth, Wolfram Rühaak, Jürgen Schamp, Judith Bremer, Bastian Rudolph, Katharina Schätzler, and Eva Schill

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Crystalline rocks are being considered as potential host rocks in the ongoing search for a suitable site for a nuclear waste repository in Germany, where there is no existing experience in terms of excavating a repository in crystalline rocks. The planned underground laboratory GeoLaB addressing crystalline geothermal reservoirs offers unique opportunities for synergies with nuclear waste disposal research and development, especially in the exploration and building phases.