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Further tests on the fissuring of clay fill at thorngumbald food embankment

Marnette, E. and Schuren, C. and van de Brink, K. and Glew, N.D. and Dyer, M. (2006) Further tests on the fissuring of clay fill at thorngumbald food embankment. In: Advanced Experimental Unsaturated Soil Mechanics: Experus 2005. Taylor and Francis Group, London, United Kingdom, pp. 501-504. ISBN 9780415383370

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Abstract

Paper reporting on laboratory and field tests that have been carried out at the Thorngumbald flood defense embankment along the Humber Estuary in the UK.