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A study of reactive silica dissolution for determining potential alkali silica reactivity in concrete
Alkali silica reaction (ASR) has been recently identified as an issue relating to problematic performance characteristics of aggregates sourced in western Washington State. An abundance of literature on ASR attributes minerals and rocks containing amorphous silica as initiating the chemical and physical mechanisms that damages ...
Assessment, Restoration, and Management of the North Puyallup Trail, Mount Rainier National Park
The N Puyallup Trail, on Klapatche Ridge in Mount Rainier National Park, was originally the end of the Westside Road. The N Puyallup Trail has developed issues of surface erosion and landsliding since the area east of Klapatche Point was converted to wilderness area in 1988 (Owens, 2006). The wilderness designation limits the ...
Observations of Joints Present in the Lawton Clay Member of the Vashon Stade, Exposed at a Coastal Bluff in Discovery Park, Seattle, Washington
The southwest-facing coastal bluff present at Discovery Park, Seattle, Washington, displays distinctive joints throughout the exposed Lawton Clay Member. Exhibiting a characteristic local stratigraphy of permeable advance outwash over the impermeable proglacial lacustrine clay, this bluff is located in an area of Seattle ...