volume 12, issue 1, P84-97 1975
DOI: 10.1139/t75-007
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Abstract: The recent urban and rural developments in west central Scotland have involved the execution of much more widespread, and often deeper, excavations than previously undertaken in the boulder clays of the area. A number of failures in deep trenches and slope excavations have occurred, whose character appeared to be influenced by the presence of macrofabric features. A detailed field study has confirmed the presence of fissures and showed that they exhibit definite preferred orientation patterns. The influence o…

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