Developing International Protocols for Offshore Sediments and their Role in Geohazards (NEES-2008-0635)

By Jason DeJong

University of California, Davis

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Title: Developing International Protocols for Offshore Sediments and their Role in Geohazards: Characterization, Assessment, and Mitigation (NEES-2008-0635)

Year Of Curation: 2012

Description: The PIRE project utilized NEES ES shared use resources to investigate the following two topics: (Experiment 1) development of a variable penetration rate cone system for improved insitu characterization of soils and (Experiment 2) investigation of submarine slope stability of sensitive clays. The projects were performed in parallel, but were logistically unrelated. 

Award: http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=0530151

PIs & CoPIs: Jason DeJong

Dates: September 29, 2008 - December 01, 2011

Organizations: University of California, Davis, CA, United States

Facilities: University of California, Los Angeles, CA, United States,    University of California, Davis, CA, United States

Sponsor: NSF - 0530151 

Keywords: Variable Rate Cone Penetration Test,Intermediate Soil,Sediment,Synthetic Soil

Publications: "Centrifuge Tests for Cemented Sensitive Clay Slopes"

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  • Jason DeJong (2017), "Developing International Protocols for Offshore Sediments and their Role in Geohazards (NEES-2008-0635)," https://datacenterhub.org/resources/14618.

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