Estimates of Maximum Past Overburden for the Pierre Shale, Hayes Area, South Dakota Science and Mathematics Faculty Publications (1987)
The Pierre Shale of the Northern Great Plains area of the United State is an Upper Cretaceous shale which was deposited in a marine environment. Geotechnically, the shale has been classified as an overconsolidated clay-shale. ...
Contributions to Books (2)
Journal Articles (2)
Piston Core Properties and Disturbance Effects Journal of Geotechnical Engineering (1986)
Laboratory geotechnical data on piston cores from 31 sites on the mid‐Atlantic Upper Continental Slope show the near‐surface sediments vary from normally consolidated to somewhat overconsolidated clayey silts and silty clays of low to high ...
Low Gradient Permeability Measurements in a Triaxial System Geotechnique (1985)
Permeability measurements were conducted with the flow-pump method on sand, sandy silt and silty clay specimens in a conventional triaxial system by introducing and withdrawing water at known constant flow rates into the base of ...
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Poster Presentations (1)
Progressive Assessment of Lake Depths in Cedar Lake The Research and Scholarship Symposium (2014)
Cedar Lake on the campus of Cedarville University (CU) has a history that probably does not match what the original developers had envisioned. At present, the lake is the visual focal point of the campus ...