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geotechnical and geochemical characterisation of the brickearth of southern England

David A. Fall

geotechnical and geochemical characterisation of the brickearth of southern England

by David A. Fall

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Published by University of Portsmouth, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences in Portsmouth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Portsmouth, 2003.

Statementby David A. Fall.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15980416M

Geochemical Soil Survey for Au Exploration in the Kenieba District in Mali, Africa Chon, H. T. [1], Hwang, I. H. [2] _____ 1. Department of Energy Systems Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul , Korea 2. Soam Consultant, KIGAM, Daejeon , Korea ABSTRACT A Geochemical soil survey was carried out over an area of 50 km2 in. Geological and Geotechnical Hazards in South East England – Part 1 Introduction. Roger Smith, a recently retired director of Southern Testing, presented a talk on Geological and Geotechnical Hazards in South East of England to the South East Regional Group of the Geological Society on Tuesday 12 th January at the Bell Inn, Godstone, Surrey.. With over 40 years experience in the Ground.

INTRODUCTION The brickearth deposits of south-east England rep- resent the northwestern limit of the sequence of European loesses. Unlike the loess deposits of central and western Europe, the brickearth deposits of south- ern England are both thin and spatially by: 8.   Compared with other coal combustion by-products, the geotechnical and leaching properties of boiler slag are less known. This paper presents the results of laboratory and field investigation of boiler slag, produced in boilers where brown coal is used as fuel.

Thirty-five polished stone axes and shaft-hole implements which had been previously assigned by petrographic (partially destructive) study to Group XVIII (assumed to be from the Whin Sill dolerite source in northern England), were characterised non-destructively using a combination of portable X-ray fluorescence analysis (PXRF) and magnetic susceptibility measurements. Particularities of geotechnical investigation on loessial soils A Marcu & R. Stoica Sampling disturbances of soft sensitive clays T. S. Nagaraj, N. Miura & A Yamadera Estimation of soil resistance using rotary percussion drill , & Development of a high-quality undisturbed sand and gravel sampling method J.


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