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stratigraphy of the London clay and associated deposits
Bibliography: p. 144-154.
|Statement||by Chris King.|
|Series||Tertiary research special paper ;, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||QE471.3 .K56 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||81198802|
The population of London is around 7 million. The infrastructure to support this makes London one of the most intensively investigated areas of upper crust. Stratigraphy of the London Clay Formation in London and the surrounding area. The C. KingThe stratigraphy of the London Clay and associated deposits. Tertiary Research Special Cited by: Palaeogene and Neogene rocks of the onshore areas of the Hampshire Basin, the London Basin and East Anglia, dated July , by Robert Knox and Chris King; advanced drand afts of parts of a Geological Society of London (GSL) Special Report on the stratigraphy of the BritishFile Size: KB.
King, C, The stratigraphy of the London Clay and Associated Deposits Tertiary Research Special Paper 6, p Meyer, C J A, Lower Tertiary Deposits. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, 27, Mitchell, J. The strata of Quainton and Brill in Buckinghamshire. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London. 2, (). The influence of vegetation on the swelling and shrinking of clay soils in Britain. (). The statistical analysis and summarisation of geotechnical databases. British Geological Survey, (). The stratigraphy of the London Clay and associated : L.D. Jones and R. Terrington.
The character of clay General Clay can have a number of meanings in engineering geology. The term can relate to mineralogy, implying an assemblage of clay minerals; to size, implying an assemblage of clay sized particles (in British engineering terminology clay size/mineral content to influence the. Eocene across the London and Hampshire Basins in southeast England. The stratigraphy of London Clay and associated deposits were first proposed by King () and the recent case study of the Jubilee line extension by Burland and Standing () has .
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at - ISBN - ISBN - Backhuys Publishers - - HardcoverFormat: Hardcover. Studies of the stratigraphy of London Clay, as an example, show some helpful consistency across the deposit when results are plotted relative to its base, but also show that it is not a single.
Expert on the deposits of the London Clay, who once stopped to retrieve a sample in Oxford Street traffic. Chris was born on the outskirts of Southampton, where he attended Barton Peveril Grammar School. He read Geology in Kingston College of Technology. In his early years Chris had two main interests, astronomy and fossils, the latter leading him to become a member of the Geologists.
The London Clay Formation is the youngest bedrock unit within the Andover district. The formation consists mainly of grey, pyritic, bioturbated, silty and fine-grained sandy clay with interbedded seams of calcareous cementstone and rounded flint pebble beds; a glauconitic sandy bed occurs at the base and channel sands, of variable thickness.
Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, Mémoire King, C. The stratigraphy of the London Clay and associated deposits. Tertiary Research Special Paper 6, 1– King, C. The stratigraphy of the London Clay Formation and Virginia Water Formation in the coastal sections of the Isle of Sheppey (Kent, England).
The London Clay is well developed in the London Basin, where it thins westwards from around metres ( feet) in Essex and north Kent to around metres (15 feet) in Wiltshire. though it is not frequently exposed as it is to a great extent covered by more recent Neogene sediments and Pleistocene gravel es: Harwich Formation.
Construction in the London Clay Formation, and its supporting research, has necessitated an accurate and speedy method for identifying, with a precision of centimetres, the stratigraphic layer from which geotechnical data have been by: Stratigraphy of the London Clay Formation (after King,Fig.
7, Fig. n.b. the terms for the strata above and below the LC have now changed: ‘Virginia Water Formation’ is now referred to as the Bagshot Formation and ‘Woolwich and Reading Beds’ as the Lambeth Group (LMBE).Author: J.R. Standing. The Stratigraphy of the London Clay and associated deposits.
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The Stratigraphy of the London Clay and Associated Deposits, (). Time in Stratigraphy. The chalk basin has been infilled with a sequence of clays and sands of the more recent Paleogene Period, then Neogene Period ( to million years old).
Most significant is the stiff, grey-blue London Clay, a marine deposit which is well known for the fossils it contains and can be over metres thick beneath the city. This supports most of the deep foundations and tunnels that exist. Various definitions of 'clay' are explored. Clay mineralogy is described, plus the geological formation of clay deposits and their fundamental materials properties.
World and British clay deposits are reviewed and explained. New compositional data are provided for clay formations throughout the stratigraphic 5/5(1). The stratigraphy of the London Clay and associated deposits.
Tertiary Research Special Paper. (Rotterdam: Dr W Backhuys.) ↑ HOOKER, J J. The sequence of mammals in the Thanetian and Ypresian of the London and Belgian basins.
Location of the Palaeocene-Eocene boundary. Newsletters in Stratigraphy, Vol. 25, 75– ↑ HOOKER, J J. King, C, The stratigraphy of the London Clay and associated deposits.
Tertiary Research Special Paper No (Backhuys: Rotterdam). Ellison, R A, Knox R W O'B, Jolley, D W and King, C, A revision of the lithostratigraphical classification of the early Palaeogene strata of the London .Guide to London’s Geological Sites 3 Cooper, J.
Report of a field meeting to Harefield, Middlesex, III Tertiary Research, 1, pp. 31– 4 King, C. The Stratigraphy of the London Clay and Associated ry Research.vol. 24() pp. 4figs Leiden,June Authigenic phosphorite concretions in the Tertiary of the southernNorth Sea Basin: An event stratigraphy by Peter+S.