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Diagenetic alteration and micro-structural characteristics of sands: neglected factors in the interpretation of penetration tests

Diagenetic alteration and micro-structural characteristics of sands: neglected factors in the interpretation of penetration tests
Diagenetic alteration and micro-structural characteristics of sands: neglected factors in the interpretation of penetration tests
57-60
Thomas Telford
Barton, M.E.
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Cooper, M.R.
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Palmer, S.N.
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Barton, M.E.
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Cooper, M.R.
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Palmer, S.N.
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Barton, M.E., Cooper, M.R. and Palmer, S.N. (1989) Diagenetic alteration and micro-structural characteristics of sands: neglected factors in the interpretation of penetration tests. In Penetration Testing in the UK; Proceedings. Thomas Telford. pp. 57-60 .

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Published date: 1989
Venue - Dates: I.C.E. Conference, United Kingdom, 1988-04-04 - 1988-04-06

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Local EPrints ID: 435133
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/435133
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Author: M.E. Barton
Author: M.R. Cooper
Author: S.N. Palmer

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