Paper on the on-line gas monitoring of the Full-scale Emplacement experiment

Our manuscript on the gas dynamics in a trial run for a spent-fuel emplacement drift in the Underground Rock Laboratory at Mont Terri (Switzerland) has been accepted and is already available on the web. Here the details:

Tomonaga, Y., Giroud, N., Brennwald, M. S., Horstmann, E., Diomidis, N., Kipfer, R., & Wersin, P. (2018). On-line monitoring of the gas composition in the Full-scale Emplacement experiment at Mont Terri (Switzerland). Appl. Geochem., doi:10.1016/j.apgeochem.2018.11.015.

Article on the oxygen dynamics in the FE experiment

Our first article on the evolution of the gas composition in the Full-scale Emplacement (FE) experiment has been published as:

Giroud, N., Tomonaga, Y., Wersin, P., Briggs, S., King, F., Vogt, T., & Diomidis, N. (2018). On the fate of oxygen in a spent fuel emplacement drift in Opalinus Clay. Appl. Geochem., 97, 270-278, doi:10.1016/j.apgeochem.2018.08.011.

Here you can download the manuscript for FREE (until Oct. 25th 2018).

Paper on the origin of methane-rich gases at West Pacific convergent plate boundary

Here we go with a new article on the origin of methane-rich gases:

Sano, Y., Kinoshita, N., Kagoshima, T., Takahata, N., Sakata, S., Toki, T., Kawagucci, S., Waseda, A., Lan, T., Wen, H., Chen, A., Lee, H., Yang, T. F., Zheng, G., Tomonaga, Y., Roulleau, E., & Pinti, D. L. (2017). Origin of methane-rich natural gas at the West Pacific convergent plate boundary. Sci. Rep., 7, 15646, doi:10.1038/s41598-017-15959-5.

Thanks to Prof. Sano and all the co-authors!