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Abstract: Introducing Persian Gulf's Sea Attractions as Reinforcement Factors for the Qeshm Geopark

Mohammad Sharif Ranjbar, Eghbal Zobeiri, Seyed Mohammad Hashem Dakhteh

Atlantic Geology

...Abstract: Introducing Persian Gulf's Sea Attractions as Reinforcement Factors for the Qeshm Geopark Mohammad Sharif Ranjbar, Eghbal Zobeiri, Seyed...

2014

Abstract: Foundation Settlement Determination: A Simplified Approach; #90255 (2017)

O. O. Adewoyin, M. Omeje, E. S. Joel, O. T. Kayode

Search and Discovery.com

... and the kind of reinforcement that will be necessary in constructions. This paper presents a simplified and a faster approach to determining foundation...

2017

Abstract: Problems of Road Construction on Soft Coastal Alluvium

Neoh Cheng Aik

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... embankment, stone columns, prefabricated vertical band drain with surcharge, woven geotextile reinforcement and piled embankment are also briefly...

2002

Abstract: Reinforcement Mechanisms of Rock Bolt „ A Laboratory Investigation

Mohd For Mohd Amin, Khoo Kai Siang, Chai Hui Chon

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

...Abstract: Reinforcement Mechanisms of Rock Bolt „ A Laboratory Investigation Mohd For Mohd Amin, Khoo Kai Siang, Chai Hui Chon 125 Reinforcement...

2003

Formation of Ripple Bands in a Wave-Convergence Zone

K. P. Black , T. R. Healy

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... bathymetry concentrates surface-gravity-wave energy along a distended zone across the delta, and this distinctive band of wave-height reinforcement...

1988

Geologic Hazards in the Long Beach Area

Donald D. Clarke

Pacific Section of AAPG

... the grading operations. Some trenches exceeded 50 feet in depth and 400 feet in length. Fill presented the most difficult problem to overcome...

1987

Birth and Death of an Offshore Bar

Sankey L. Blanton, Jr.

GCAGS Transactions

... barrier islands, are elongated islands, formed chiefly of sand sized particles transported to the area primarily by marine processes. These islands...

1963

Engineering Geology and Earthwork Problem Associated with Highway Construction in Soft Soil at Sg. Rasau, Dengkil, Selangor

Rohayu Che Omar, Rashid Jaafar, Hamdan Hassan

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... there is evidence of crustal features on desiccated surfaces at depth due to marine transgression and regression cycles, as recorded in other areas of the west...

1999

Abstract: Repair of Road Embarkment Failure Using Reinforced Soil Wall

Jason Khor Lee Chong

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... and anchor blocks as reinforcement. The mode of stress transfer from the backfill to the reinforcement is by passive resistance in addition to friction...

2004

Bergaueria perata Prantl, 1945 from the Silurian of Cape George, Nova Scotia

R. K. Pickerill

Atlantic Geology

.... perata, thus representing the first recording of the ichnospecies in Silurian strata. The excellent preservation of several specimens, combined...

1989

Reinforcement Mechanisms of Rock Bolt „ A Laboratory Investigation

Mohd For Mohd Amin, Khoo Kai Siang, Chai Hui Chon

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

...Reinforcement Mechanisms of Rock Bolt „ A Laboratory Investigation Mohd For Mohd Amin, Khoo Kai Siang, Chai Hui Chon Geological Society of Malaysia...

2003

A Brief Overview of the Diversity and Patterns in Bioturbation Preserved in the CambrianOrdovician Carbonate and Siliciclastic Deposits of Laurentia

Stephen T. Hasiotis

AAPG Special Volumes

... Petrology, v. 56, p. 558559.Droser, M. L., and D. J. Bottjer, 1988, Trends in depth and extent of bioturbation in Cambrian carbonate marine environments...

2012

Abstract: Physico-Chemical Behavior of Carbonaceous Shale at Batu Gajah, Perak: Their Problems and Mitigation (Paper A15)

Askury Abd Kadir, Angga Pratama Herman, Aminur Rashid Mohd Shariai, Aaron Subash George

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... Limestone over a total thickness estimated to be about 3,000 m. It deposited within deep marine environment indicated by the dissemination of reduction...

2010

Foundation Settlement Determination: A Simplified Approach; #70256 (2017)

O. O. Adewoyin, M. Omeje, E. S. Joel, O. T. Kayode

Search and Discovery.com

... on it. This information will help determining the type of foundation design and the kind of reinforcement that will be necessary in constructions. This paper presents...

2017

Limitations on Resolution of Seismic Reflections and Geologic Detail Derivable from Them: Section 1. Fundamentals of Stratigraphic Interpretation of Seismic Data

Robert E. Sheriff

AAPG Special Volumes

... data depend on the data being sufficiently free of noise so that the seismic response is predominantly that of the sediments. Thus good recording...

1977

Pleistocene Deep-Sea Sediment Stratigraphy and Its Extension

N. J. Shackleton

AAPG Special Volumes

... epimerization for dating marine sediments: importance of analyzing monospecific foraminiferal samples: Science, v. 195, p. 1333-1335. Kominz, M.A. et...

1984

Abstract: Groundwater Flow Systems Theory: an Unexpected Outcome of Early Cable Tool Drilling in the Turner Valley Oil Field; #90224 (2015)

K. Udo Weyer

Search and Discovery.com

... observation of the behaviour of the water level in the borehole with increasing drilling depth. Drilling on hills encountered water levels that decreased...

2015

SUBARCTIC RHODOLITH BEDS PROMOTE LONGEVITY OF CRUSTOSE CORALLINE ALGAL BUILDUPS AND THEIR CLIMATE ARCHIVING POTENTIAL

WALTER ADEY, JOCHEN HALFAR, ALEXANDER HUMPHREYS, THEW SUSKIEWICZ, DAVID BELANGER, PATRICK GAGNON, MICHAEL FOX

PALAIOS

... ring and pollen data in the terrestrial environment and coral and bivalve data can provide that understanding in marine environments. However, given...

2015

Supercritical Flow in Density Currents

Bryce M. Hand

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., Interfacial mixing in stratified flow: Am. Soc. Civil Engineers Trans., v. 127, p. 102-117. MENARD, H. W., 1964, Marine geology_ of the Pacific...

1974

A Technique for Preserving Structures in Unconsolidated Gravels in Relief Peels: RESEARCH METHOD PAPER

Johan Hattingh, Izak C. Rust, Jacobus S. V. Reddering

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... a strong and stable vertical face. Wire mesh reinforcement (common chicken wire works well) is placed against the face and the surface plastered...

1990

Concepts in the Study of Biogenic Sedimentary Structures

Robert W. Frey

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... writing: Common problems and principles: The Compass, v. 44, p. 201-210. FREY, R. W., 1970a, Environmental significance of Recent marine lebensspuren near...

1973

Late Cretaceous Volcanism in South and Central Texas--Stratigraphic, Structural, and Seismic Models

Thomas E. Ewing , S. Christopher Caran

GCAGS Transactions

... carbonates with good porosity and permeability. Low-permeability, organic-rich marine shale and marl of the Taylor Group capped the carbonates...

1982

Glauconite Sandstone Exploration: A Case Study from the Lake Newell Project, Southern Alberta

E. J. Kevin Broger, Garth E. Syhlonyk, Brian A. Zaitlin

CSPG Special Publications

... by transgressive marine sands and/or shelf muds (SEGMENT 1). The middle reach of the incised-valley (SEGMENT 2) consists of the drowned-valley estuarine...

1997

Formation of Ripple Bands in a Wave-Convergence Zone: DISCUSSION

T. G. Carter

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... and that the bands form essentially because of a zone of height reinforcement due to refraction of such waves does not seem to account entirely for the fact...

1989

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