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Falling-drop technique for silt-clay sediment analysis
John M. Pezzetta
|Statement||John M. Pezzatta.|
|Series||WIS-SG -- 72-215., Technical report -- no. 15., Technical report (University of Wisconsin--Madison. Sea Grant Program) -- no. 15.|
|Contributions||University of Wisconsin--Madison. Sea Grant Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
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Pezzetta, J. M., Falling-drop technique for silt-clay sediment analysis, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Program Tech. Rept. 15, WIS-SG, Google Scholar Preiss, K., Non-destructive laboratory measurement of marine sediment density in a core barrel using gamma radiation, Deep-Sea Res., 15, –, by: 4.
Particle-size distribution (gradation) is a descriptive term referring to the proportions by dry mass of a soil distributed over specified particle-size ranges. The gradation curve generated using this method yields the amount of silt and clay size fractions present in the soil based on size definitions, not mineralogy or Atterberg limit data.
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