1 edition of glacial terrain map of Britain for engineering purposes found in the catalog.
glacial terrain map of Britain for engineering purposes
Written in English
Offprint from: Bulletin of the International Association of Engineering Geology, no.24 (1981), p.173-184.
|Statement||N. Eyles, W.R. Dearman.|
|Contributions||Dearman, W. R.|
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Engineering geological map of the world Engineering geological map of the USA Content of general engineering geological maps General engineering geological map of the soils and rocks of the UK Glacial terrain map of Britain 9 Terrain Evaluation: Cost-Effective Mapping Introduction PUCE system for terrain analysisBook Edition: 1.
This new Working Party would be tasked with producing a book in the form of this Engineering Geology Special Publication (EGSP) on the Engineering Geology and Geomorphology of Glaciated and Periglaciated Terrains. It is intended that this book will provide essential guidance for engineering geomorphologists, engineering geologists and.
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General or synoptic engineering geological maps; Introduction; Engineering geological map of the world; Engineering geological map of the USA; Content of general engineering geological maps; General engineering geological map of the soils and rocks of the UK; Glacial terrain map of Britain; Chapter 9.
The book will be based on world-wide experience in periglacial and glacial terrain and will draw upon the experience of its members and publications on periglacial and glacial conditions. Rotterdam: Balkema, pp.
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