volume 7, issue 2, P173-187 1970
DOI: 10.1139/t70-022
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Abstract: Over 100 ft (30.4 m) of relatively homogeneous and compressible lacustrine clay and clay till deposits cover a large portion of the St. Clair basin in Southwestern Ontario. The deposit is commonly considered to be normally consolidated at depth with an overconsolidated crust caused by desiccation and weathering.Based on data from recent laboratory one-dimensional consolidation tests and evidence of a lowered groundwater level in the past, it can be shown that the St. Clair clay till deposits are, in general, …

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