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Biotic and abiotic components in underground space: genesis and effect on condition and properties of sandy soils

Authors:
R. E. Dashko1
A. V. Shidlovskaya2
  • 1 — National Mineral Resources University (University of Mines)
  • 2 — National Mineral Resources University (University of Mines)
Date submitted:
2016-11-17
Date published:
2012-03-01

Abstract

The study presents influence biotic and abiotic components in underground space on formation and changes of sandy soils conditions and properties under peat, contamination of leaking sewages and some industrial enterprises. The regularities of decreasing of density, water permeability and shear strength of sand due to good disintegrated peat by experimental are analyzed. The organic component of biotic genesis leading to extremely negative effect on permeability and mechanical properties of water saturated sands till to quicksands is shown. The local constructional norms for Saint-Petersburg on the base of getting results should be modernized.

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