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Abstract

Detailed subsurface investigations were conducted at three distinct sites, extending to depths exceeding 100 m and involved large number of boreholes coupled with a suite of surface and subsurface geophysical measurements and laboratory testing to properly characterize the subsurface conditions. The paper presents the typical subsurface conditions at each site along with geotechnical and geophysical properties of subsurface materials encountered. Further, an approximate geological and geophysical cross section is postulated based on the subsurface conditions encountered at these distantly located sites. Comparison of typical geotechnical and geophysical properties of subsurface material is also attempted.

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2013-11-24
2024-06-14
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