Development of the Paleoproterozoic Svecofennian orogeny: new constraints from the southeastern boundary of the Central Finland Granitoid Complex.
Mikkola, Perttu; Hölttä, Pentti; Käpyaho, Asko (eds) 2018. Geological Survey of Finland, Bulletin – Bulletin de la Commission Géologique de Finlande, vol. 407
Quantitative assessment of undiscovered resources in lithium–caesium–tantalum pegmatite-hosted deposits in Finland
Rasilainen, Kalevi; Eilu, Pasi; Ahtola, Timo; Halkoaho, Tapio; Kärkkäinen, Niilo; Kuusela, Janne; Lintinen, Panu; Törmänen, Tuomo 2018. Geological Survey of Finland, Bulletin – Bulletin de la Commission Géologique de Finlande, vol. 406
Sm–Nd and U–Pb isotope geochemistry of the Palaeoproterozoic mafic magmatism in eastern and northern Finland
Huhma, Hannu; Hanski, Eero; Kontinen, Asko; Vuollo, Jouni; Mänttäri, Irmeli; Lahaye, Yann 2018. Geological Survey of Finland, Bulletin – Bulletin de la Commission Géologique de Finlande, vol. 405
4th National Colloquium of Geosciences, Turku, 14–15 March 2018: Abstract Book
Skyttä, Pietari; Eklund, Olav (eds) 2018. Erikoisjulkaisut – Special Publications, vol.101
Water quality prediction of mining waste facilities based on predictive models
Muniruzzaman, Muhammad; Kauppila, Päivi M.; Karlsson, Teemu 2018. GTK:n arkistoraportit.
Saku Vuori appointed Director of Science and Innovations at GTK
Saku Vuori, PhD, has been appointed as the Director of Science and Innovations at the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK). He will start in his new position on 1 January 2019.
The Director of Science and Innovations is responsible for leading the scientific and innovative activities at GTK. He will promote GTK´s high-quality research and scientific competence and enhance collaboration with domestic and international universities, research institutes and businesses. A crucial part of the work is fosteringan inspiring environment for research and innovation activities. The Director of Science and Innovations reports to the Director General and is part of the Director General’s management team. The current Director of Science and Innovations, Pekka Nurmi, will retire in June 2019.
Vuori has been working at GTK since 2003. He has a strong background in Finland’s and the EU’s mineral policies and mineral exploration. Other areas of expertise are mineral industry associated sustainability assessments in addition to bedrock mapping and geochemistry. Vuori has a degree in geology and a PhD in geology.