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 Journal Publications  

(peer review journals)  

9. Journal publications

Photo by: Geir Ove Titlestad

Alvar Braathen monitoring injection tests from 2012


Roy, S, Noormets, R., Hovland, M. and Olaussen, S., 2015. Seepage in Isfjorden and its tributary fjords, West Spitsbergen. 
Marine Geology. 363, pp. 146-159.


Anell, I., Braathen, A. & Olaussen, S. 2014. Regional constraints of the Sørkapp Basin:  A Carboniferous relic or a Cretaceous 
depression?  Marine and Petroleum Geology.  Vol 52, pp. 123-138 

Bohloli, B., Skurtveit, El.,Titlestad, G.O.,Grande, L., Børresen, M. H., Johnsen, Ø., Hansen T. H. In press. Geomechanical assess-
ment of the Longyearbyen CO2 storage site based on laboratory experiments and injection tests. Norwegian Journal of 

Geology. Vol 94, pp. 171–187  - 2014

Anell, I., Midtkandal, I. & Braathen, A. (2014) Trajectory analysis and inferences on geometric relationships of an Early Trias-
sic prograding clinoform succession on the northern Barents Shelf. Marine and Petroleum Geology 54. 167-179

Anell, I., Braathen, A. & Olaussen, S. and Osmundsen, P.T. 2013. Evidence of faulting contradicts a quiescent northern Bar-
ents Shelf during the Triassic First break. vol. 31, pp. 67- 76. 

Kühn , D., Oye, V., Albaric, Harris, J. D., Hillers, G., Braathen, A. and Olaussen, S. 2014. Preparing for CO2 storage in the Arctic – 

Assessing background seismic activity and noise characteristics at the CO2 Lab site, Svalbard. Energy Proceedia. Elsevier 

Vol. 63, pp. 4313 – 4322 


Lundschien, B.A., Høy, T. & Mørk, A. 2014: Triassic hydrocarbon potential in the Northern Barents Sea; integrating Svalbard 
and stratigraphic core data. Norwegian Petroleum Directorate Bulletin, 11, 3–20.

Magnabosco, C., Braathen A. Ogata, Kei. 2014. Permeability model of tight reservoir 1 sandstones combining core-plug and 
Miniperm analysis of drill core; Longyearbyen CO2 lab, Svalbard. Norwegian Journal of Geology. Vol 94, pp. 189–200

Midttømme, K.,  Jochmann, M.M., Hennea, I., Often, M. Oye, V. Souche , A. and Thomas P. J.  In press. Is geothermal energy an 
alternative for Svalbard? Energy Procedia 00 (2014) 000–000 

Ogata, K., Senger, K., Braathen, A., & Tveranger, J. 2014. Fracture corridors as seal-bypass systems in siliciclastic reser-
voir-cap rock successions: field based insights from the Jurassic Entrada Formation (SE Utah, USA). Journal of Structural 
Geology. 66: p. 162 187 DOI: 10.1016/j.jsg.2014.05.005.

Ogata K, Senger K, Braathen A, Tveranger J, Olaussen, S. 2014:  Regional fracture patterns of relevance for fluid flow in the 
Longyearbyen CO2 Lab reservoir-cap rock succession, Svalbard. Norwegian Journal of Geology. Vol. 94, pp. 121–154. 

Roy, S., Senger, K., Noormets, R., Braathen, A., and Olaussen, S., 2014. Fluid migration pathways to sea floor fluid seepage in 
inner Isfjorden and Adventfjorden, Svalbard. Norwegian Journal of Geology, 2014. 94: p. 99‐119. 

Sand, G., Braathen, A. & Olaussen, S. 2014. Longyearbyen CO2 Lab – tales of research and education. Norwegian Journal of 

Geology, Vol 94, pp. 77–82

Senger, K. Tveranger, Braathen, A. Olaussen, S., Ogata, K. and Larsen, L. 2014. CO2 storage resource estimates in unconven-

tional reservoirs: insights from a pilot-sized storage site in Svalbard, Arctic Norway. Environmental Earth Sciences DOI 

Senger, K., Planke, S., Polteau, S., Ogata, K., Svensen, H.2014. Sill emplacement and contact metamorphism in a siliciclastic 
reservoir on Svalbard, Arctic Norway. Norwegian Journal of Geology, Vol. 94, pp. 155–169

Van Stappen, J., De Kock, T., Boone, M.A., Olaussen, S. & Cnudde, V. 2014. Pore-scale characterisation and modelling of CO2 
flow in tight sandstones using X-ray micro-CT; Knorringfjellet Formation of the Longyearbyen CO2 Lab, Svalbard. Norwe-

gian Journal of Geology. Vol 94, pp. 201–215


Corfu, F., Polteau, S., Planke, S., Faleide, J.I., Svensen, H., Zayoncheck, A. & Stolbov, N. 2013: U–Pb geochronology of Cre-
taceous magmatism on Svalbard and Franz Josef Land, Barents Sea Large Igneous Province. Geological Magazine 150,