Large Scale Monitoring (LASMO) References

Kinali, M., Pytharouli, S., Lunn, R., Shipton, Z. K., Stillings, M., Lord R. & Thompson, S. (2018): Detection of weak seismic signals in noisy environments from unfiltered, continuous passive seismic recordings, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am.
 
Schneeberger, R., Berger, A., Herwegh, M., Eugster, A., Kober, F., Spillmann, T. & Blechschmidt, I. (2016): GTS-Phase VI – LASMO: Geology and structures of the GTS and Grimsel region. Nagra Arbeitsbericht NAB 16-27.
 
Schneeberger, R., de La Varga, M., Egli, D., Berger, A., Kober, F., Wellmann, F. & Herwegh, M. (2017): Methods and uncertainty-estimations of 3D structural modelling in crystalline rocks: A case study. Solid Earth, 8(5), 987-1002.
 
Schneeberger, R., Egli, D., Lanyon, G.W., Mäder, U.K., Berger, A., Kober, F. & Herwegh, M. (accepted): Structural permeability favorability in crystalline rocks: Implications for groundwater flow paths, a case study (Aar massif, Central Switzerland), Hydrogeological
Journal.
 
Schneeberger, R., Kober, F., Lanyon, G.W., Mäder, U.K., Spillmann, T., & Blechschmidt, I. (in prep.). Grimsel Test Site: Revisiting site-specific geoscientific data. Nagra Technical Report NTB 19-01, Wettingen, Switzerland.
 
Staš, L., Knejzlík, J., Palla, L., Souček, K. & Waclawik, P. (2011): Measurement of stress changes using compact conical - ended borehole monitoring. Geotechnical Testing Journal, 34(6), 685-693. ISSN 0149-6115
The GTS underground facilities are also available to interested 3rd parties for underground testing and research. The GTS offers cost-effective access to a fully developed, well characterised underground research facility with round the year logistical support - please contact Dr. Ingo Blechschmidt, Head of the Grimsel Test Site, for further details.