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  • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Unconsolidated) When a layer of sediment is originally deposited, it contains an open framework of particles with the pore space being usually. — “Compaction (geology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Definition of unconsolidated in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of unconsolidated. Pronunciation of unconsolidated. Translations of unconsolidated. unconsolidated synonyms, unconsolidated antonyms. Information about unconsolidated in the free. — “unconsolidated - definition of unconsolidated by the Free”,
  • Unconsolidated Undrained Strength Test. Lecture Notes # 10. Definitions, To determine the shear strength of the soil by Unconsolidated Undrained test. — “Unconsolidated Undrained Strength Test”, geotech.uta.edu
  • Dry unconsolidated grains will form a pile with a slope angle determined by the angle of repose. A small disturbance sends the dry unconsolidated grains moving rapidly down slope. — “Mass-Wasting”, tulane.edu
  • unconsolidated adj. Not yet consolidated: unconsolidated subsidiaries. What is the volume of voids of open space in a rock or unconsolidated material?. — “unconsolidated: Definition from ”,
  • DOW Home > Ground Water / Wells > Ground Water Assessment Maps & Publications > Vermillion County > Aquifer Systems Maps 62-A and 62-B: Unconsolidated and Bedrock Aquifer Systems of Vermillion County, Indiana (2009) Aquifer Systems Maps 62-A. — “DNR: Aquifer Systems Maps 62-A and 62-B: Unconsolidated and”, state.in.us
  • Key results at the Company?s joint ventures include the following operating results (the Company?s share of which is reflected in income (loss) from unconsolidated affiliates in the Company?s statement of operations) from unconsolidated affiliates of $81 million versus income of $16. — “MGM MIRAGE Reports First Quarter Results”,
  • Definition of unconsolidated from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of unconsolidated. Pronunciation of unconsolidated. Definition of the word unconsolidated. Origin of the word unconsolidated. — “unconsolidated - Definition of unconsolidated at”,
  • ( Unconsolidated) & (Consolidated) 2nd Quarter Ended 30th September, 2008. ( Unconsolidated) & (Consolidated) 1st Quarter Ended 30th June, 2008. Unaudited Financial Results (Provisional) for the Year Ended 31st March, 2008 (Unconsolidated). — “Financial Information”,
  • India's Tata Power posted a 41% rise in fiscal third-quarter unconsolidated net profit, helped by lower costs, especially of fuel. — “Tata Power Net Profit Rises 41% - ”,
  • Find dictionary definitions, audio pronunciations, and spellings for unconsolidated in the free online American Heritage Dictionary on Yahoo! Education. — “unconsolidated - Dictionary definition and pronunciation”,
  • Unconsolidated slash consists of stumps, tree tops, limbs and branches, and unmerchantable trees of all sizes and species. Even in this case, there remain specific drying issues to consider with unconsolidated slash, primarily related to pile sizes, how long to let the piles dry, and the. — “Unconsolidated Materials — Forest Encyclopedia Network”,
  • Consolidated rock may be buried below many hundred feet of unconsolidated rock or may crop out at the land surface. Many basements that were built in a dry unconsolidated material and that had remained dry for decades have now become permanently wet. — “Ground Water and the Rural Homeowner”, pubs.usgs.gov
  • In the northeast and southeast, unconsolidated sediments are generally thin or absent. exception, as these river valleys do contain sufficiently thick sediment for useable unconsolidated aquifers. — “Ground water provinces: Minnesota DNR”, dnr.state.mn.us
  • We have audited the accompanying unconsolidated balance sheet of Veltex Corporation In our opinion, the unconsolidated financial statements referred to above present fairly, in. — “Microsoft Word - finstataudited1203”,
  • Connecticut's Aquifers Abstract: There are two basic aquifer types in Connecticut, those found in unconsolidated sediments and those in bedrock. — “DEP: Connecticut's Aquifers”, ct.gov
  • Unconsolidated and semiconsolidated sand and gravel aquifers Unconsolidated sand and gravel aquifers can be grouped into four categories: basin-fill aquifers, which also. — “Unconsolidated sand and gravel aquifers”, water.usgs.gov
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. loosely arranged ; especially : not stratified. — “Unconsolidated - Definition and More from the Free Merriam”, merriam-
  • On this site, the Acts are grouped into two main categories: consolidated Acts and unconsolidated Acts. On this site, the regulations are grouped into three categories: consolidated regulations, unconsolidated regulations and court rules. — “Manitoba Laws”, web2.gov.mb.ca
  • Geohydrology and water quality of the unconsolidated deposits in Erie County, Pennsylvania by Theodore F. Buckwalter (Paperback - Jan. 1, 1996) Laboratory studies of the gravitational drainage of oil from unconsolidated sands by R. V. Higgins (Paperback - Jan. 1, 1949). — “: unconsolidated”,

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  • Geoprobe direct-push sampling - Soiltest Italia The direct-push approach for characterization of the shallow unconsolidated sub-surface is a rapidly developing methodology that deploys hydrogeological, geotechnical, and geophysical tools in the sub-surface. Direct-push methods for deployment of various sampling instruments in the subsurface present a viable alternative to traditional drilling. Soiltest is specialized in geological surveys for enviromental purposes.
  • What is Blown-In Insulation? CELLULOSE: Cellulose loose fill insulation is made from recycled newsprint and chemicals. It is a good for re-insulating attics and walls and has the same general characteristics as fiberglass loose fill insulation. In a blown cellulose installation, the material is simply blown into place in a loose, unconsolidated state. This is commonly done in attics. Because blown cellulose causes settles over time, extra material is added in the initial application. Blown-in cellulose insulation can also be applied in other areas such as wall cavities of older homes. When installed in walls, the material is densely packed in order to provide an effective air barrier system. 4 Seasons Insulation, Inc. Richmond, MI (Macomb County) www.4
  • Subsurface 3d model Halle (Saale); Germany www.3d- 3D-Animation gives an overview of the geological 3d Model of Halle (Saale) City. The model comprises 26 individual geological layers of consolidated and unconsolidated rocks of different ages. The horizontal resolution of the geological model processed with GSI3D is 40 x 40 meters; the model area covers 135 square kilometres.
  • Piling me shed Driving piles into swampy substrate - unconsolidated marine sediments with the consistency of pumpkin pie....mmmmm pumpkin pie.....
  • Debris Flow A very brief introduction to debri flows. A debris flow is unconsolidated, saturated debris that looks like flowing concrete.
  • Sonic Drilling - SDC 550 drill rig - open face bit drilling www.vrtaci-technika.cz; Open face bit (125 mm dia.) sonic drilling in the limestone quarry - changing formations (consolidated limestone and unconsolidated clays). Sonické vrtání otevřenou korunkou (průměr 125 mm) ve vápencovém lomu - střídání zpevněných vápencových a nezpevněných poloh.
  • Japan Earth Moving - Liquefaction In geology, liquefaction refers to the process by which saturated, unconsolidated sediments are transformed into a substance that acts like a liquid. Earthquakes can cause soil liquefaction where loosely packed, water-logged sediments come loose from the intense shaking of the earthquake.
  • The Dowagiac Diamond Mystery A region of the United States that has produced some notable diamonds is the Great Lakes area. One of the most famous was found very close to us here in Elkhart and was called the Dowagiac Diamond, a 10.87 carat rounded, hexoctahedral crystal that was found in 1895 near Dowagiac, Michigan. Its present whereabouts are unknown and perhaps one of the greatest treasures of the area waiting to be rediscovered. According to a reliable internet source, this stone, among others was recovered from Lake Michigan moraine, which is a glacially formed accumulation of unconsolidated glacial debris (soil and rock) that can occur in formerly glaciated regions, such as the Great Lakes. Has the Dowagiac Diamond rough been cut and sold? Is it in your attic? The world may never know...
  • Post holing in the Pentlands, 31st December 2009 Slogging up deep soft snow to Caerketton Crags in the Pentland Hills. There are a couple of short gullies that in the right conditions might provide some limited albeit short winter climbing (?). However in keeping with conditions further north, the snow remains soft and unconsolidated, but the short gullies provide some snowy fun.
  • Pequeno Alpamayo.wmv Charlie climbed the Southeast face route of Pequeno Alpamayo in unconsolidated snow, with a variation before the summit to avoid poor conditions
  • CompactRotoSonic sonic drilling in moraine geology This video shows you how a CompactRotoSonic is drilling in moraine geology in South Europe, Austria with 5" pipe destructive drilling for shallow heat loops till a depth of 46 meters in Moraine geology, which can be descriped as one of the most difficult type of soils to drill in seeing that it contains boulders (up to sizes as a F250 pick up) pebbles and gravels. This all mixed in overconsilidated sediments. Drilling till the depth of 46 meters, installation and retrieval took 1 hour and 45 minutes. A lost rock bit and water flush is applied. See description Wikipedia below: A moraine is any glacially formed accumulation of unconsolidated glacial debris (soil and rock) which can occur in currently glaciated and formerly glaciated regions, such as those areas acted upon by a past ice age. This debris may have been plucked off the valley floor as a glacier advanced or it may have fallen off the valley walls as a result of frost wedging. Moraines may be composed of silt like glacial flour to large boulders. The debris is typically sub-angular to rounded in shape. Moraines may be on the glaciers surface or deposited as piles or sheets of debris where the glacier has melted. Moraines may also occur when glacier or iceberg transported rocks fall into the sea as the ice melts. For more info visit or
  • Sonic Drilling, Coring Demo. New 'SDC450' Full Capacity Sonic This video shows the brand new SDC450-15 full capacity Sonic track drill built in BC, Canada by Sonic Drill Corporation. Coring DRY in unconsolidated material without the need for water or drilling mud. Using a 4.25" ID single wall core barrel x 5 FT long and 4.25" core bit. Core samples range from 3" to 10" diameter. Using high frequency vibrations to produce accurate and almost totally undisturbed core samples from both solid and unconsolidated materials. 3 continuous samples taken from surface to 15 FT. Recovery rate in excess of 95%. Cores are held in the core barrel by friction and/ or by the use of core catchers as required. Core samples are gently extruded by vibration into plastic sleeves typically. Compressed air available to assist core extraction if necessary. The SDC450 is the most powerful and compact track mounted Sonic drill on the market. For more info and pricing, contact: www.sonic- or 604-854-1383. Longer mast options available for 20' rods.
  • Sonic Drill SDC200 Probe This video shows the brand new SDC200 Sonic Probe drill built in BC, Canada by Sonic Drill Corporation. Coring DRY in unconsolidated material without the need for water or drilling mud. Using a 50mm single wall core barrel, plastic liner and sampling shoe. Core samples range from 50mm to 100mm diameter. Using high frequency vibrations to produce accurate and almost totally undisturbed core samples. The SDC200 is the most compact track mounted Sonic drill on the market. For more info and pricing, contact: www.sonic- or 604-854-1383. Water swivel option is also available for sampling with circulation fluid.
  • Foremost Dual Rotary Method Foremost Dual Rotary drills feature two rotary drives, including a unique lower rotary drive that is used to advance steel casing through unconsolidated overburden such as sand, gravel, glacial till and boulders. Visit www.foremost.ca for more information on Foremost Dual Rotary Drills.
  • Video Updates From Japan - Liquefaction and Earthquake Damage - April 19, 2011 "Liquefaction - Liquefaction is a processes that occurs in water-saturated unconsolidated sediment due to shaking. In areas underlain by such material, the ground shaking causes the grains to loose grain to grain contact, and thus the material tends to flow. You can demonstrate this process to yourself next time your go the beach. Stand on the sand just after an incoming wave has passed. The sand will easily support your weight and you will not sink very deeply into the sand if you stand still. But, if you start to shake your body while standing on this wet sand, you will notice that the sand begins to flow as a result of liquefaction, and your feet will sink deeper into the sand." www.tulane.edu
  • 03_09_2011 "HOT" Lanes Sediment in Tributary I-495 HOT lanes construction sediment from pumping operations flows across unconsolidated soil and into tributary. Audrey Moore Rec Center. 9 Mar 2011. Sediment buildup is harmful to aquatic life. More information at
  • Ski Descent Mt Emerson North Couloir A classic eastern sierra steep couloir. At 13000ft the 54 degree entrance with unconsolidated facets makes it interesting. Spencer Ray, Mitch Underhill, and others , sean jake, devin
  • Shelf ice Febuary 9, 2009. The unconsolidated ice on Lake Michigan is drifting north on a south wind.
  • Yosemite Nature Notes - Episode 9 - Frazil Ice Summertime visitors to Yosemite National Park miss many of the unique events of winter and early spring. Frazil ice flows are dramatic natural events that occur in the waterfalls of Yosemite Valley during March and April.
  • Travels with Creatards 7 More fun with the loquacious NephilimFree. In this video I respond to Nephy's contention that, despite massive published evidence to the contrary, rocks under high confining pressure cannot bend. Nephy proposes that the world's mountain chains were all formed as masses of unconsolidated mud, shoved up into mountains by the violence of events during the Noahakian Deluge, then dried out by GRAVITY!...yeah, I know, even my cats are laughing!
  • Great Sandy Biosphere The Great Sandy Biosphere has outstanding biodiversity values. The region is one of the most diverse in Australia, spanning a sub-tropical to temperate 'transition' zone, and contains representative species from both climates, including some that are unique to the region. It has 40% of world's perched lakes, the majority of the world's complex rainforests growing on sand, the largest unconsolidated coastal sand mass in the world, and unique sub-tropical patterned fens (swamps), the only ones in the world containing vertebrate lifeforms. It is part of a biogeographic overlap known as McPherson-McLeay Overlap, has a concentration of rare, threatened, endangered and vulnerable species, including significant populations of species which have declined elsewhere in Australia; exhibits adaptation of fish, frogs and invertebrates to acidic conditions; is a major transitory point for humpback whales; is recognised as a major feeding and roosting location for migratory birds; supports highly significant dugong populations and seagrass beds; and is a major breeding sites for oceanic turtles in the Pacific Ocean.
  • Imaging Near Earth Asteroids - September 2010 Radar is the most powerful astronomical technique for characterizing near-Earth objects and refining their orbits. Whereas near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) look like unresolved points through ground-based optical telescopes, the Arecibo and Goldstone radars can image NEAs with resolutions as fine as several meters. These images reveal the object's size, shape, spin state, topography, and multiplicity, ie, whether or not it is a binary or triple system. Radar can determine the masses of binary NEAs and in some cases solitary NEAs, and is sensitive to surface roughness, porosity, and metal abundance. Radar has produced the best physical characterization yet of a binary small body. Radar echoes from NEAs have revealed both stony and metallic objects, featureless spheroids and shapes that are elongated and irregular, objects that must be monolithic pieces of rock and objects that must be unconsolidated rubble piles, small-scale morphology ranging from smoother than the lunar surface to rougher than the rockiest terrain on Earth, objects with craters and linear structures, rotation periods ranging from a few minutes to several weeks, objects whose rotation periods are accelerating, non-principal axis spin states, contact binaries, and binary and triple systems. Radar is invaluable for refining orbits of potentially hazardous NEAs and is responsible for our most accurate orbits for potentially hazards asteroids. Range-Doppler measurements provide line-of-sight positional astrometry ...
  • A "Rocky" First Day Out Here's a short edit of my first day out for the 2009-10 ski season. It has been exactly 7 months and 5 days since I was last on snow, and man it was sure nice. The day was great with beautiful bluebird skies and a foot of 5% Utah blower powder on a minimal snowpack of unconsolidated snow. I had a couple of good face shots and Christian had some sweet powder bursts. The snow, was great. All the hidden shark tooths, ie rocks, weren't. I seemed to hit a rock on every turn and that sucked.
  • Sonic drilling - SDC 550 drill rig - open face bit drilling (2) www.vrtaci-technika.cz Open face bit (125 mm dia.) sonic drilling in the limestone quarry - changing formations (consolidated limestone and unconsolidated clays). Sonické vrtání otevřenou korunkou (průměr 125 mm) ve
  • Seaweeds of the NW Gulf of Mexico oceanexplorer.noaa.gov Film footage taken with a SONSUB ROV on board the R/V Ron Brown during the 2003 NOAA Ocean Exploration expedition to the northwestern Gulf of Mexico was kindly provided by Emma Hickerson, PI (Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary). Edited film segments highlight the topography of unconsolidated rubble and rhodoliths (round carbonate nodules surrounded by crust-forming red algae) that support a lush and diversity-rich marine macroalgal flora at 45-90 m depth. Collected seaweed specimens are deposited in the seaweed laboratory of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. morayeel.louisiana.edu
  • 12-09part2.mov Headcam by Johnny Lyons, end of December 2009, some good snow up high, bluebird day with no wind, but the base is still unconsolidated so make sure your tips are above the snow. We are waiting for some bigger time snow in the county, going to wash the car.
  • Origins - Hypercanes Following the Genesis Flood with Dr. Larry Vardiman If the geologic processes of the Genesis Flood were as catastrophic as biblical and scientific evidence suggests, the oceans would have been strongly heated by the release of magma from the mantle and the conversion of geologic work to heat. During and following the Flood, tremendous quantities of heat and water vapor would have been released into the atmosphere from the oceans. Local weather and global climate would have been dramatically altered for many years. Kerry Emanuel of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology suggests that hurricanes would intensify beyond normally observed intensities today if they existed over unusually warm water for extended periods of time. He calls these hurricanes, which could have horizontal winds exceeding 300 mph, hypercanes. They can be simulated in numerical mesoscale meteorology models when the sea-surface temperature is increased to temperatures warmer than about 30 °C. This paper will explore the rate of development and intensity to which such hurricanes can reach when sea-surface temperatures are warmer than typically observed today. The amplification of Florence, a weak hurricane which formed in the Gulf of Mexico and moved northward toward New Orleans in 1988, is simulated by artificially setting the sea-surface temperature over a large area of the Gulf to 45°C, about 15°C warmer than the warmest waters in the tropics. The simulated hypercane immediately formed deep convection, dramatically increased its rate of rotation ...
  • Earthquake Food Demonstration This video shows the difference between bedrock/ consolidated sediment (the rice crispy treat) and unconsolidated sediment (the jello) during an earthquake.
  • Community Choice Credit Union COPS Spoof Bills commercial involving two loan officers out on the beat patrolling for unconsolidated Bills.
  • Shelf ice, POV Winds from the south pushed the unconsolidated ice north on Lake Michigan
  • 6 June 2011 Prologis rings the NYSE Opening Bell Prologis, Inc. (NYSE-Listed PLD) visits the NYSE to celebrate the formation of the company as a result of the merger of equals between AMB Property Corporation (NYSE-Listed AMB) and Prologis. In honor of the occasion, Chairman & CEO Hamid R. Moghadam rings The Opening BellSM. About Prologis, Inc. Prologis, Inc., is a leading owner, operator and developer of industrial real estate, focused on global and regional markets across the Americas, Europe and Asia. As of March 31, 2011, on a pro forma basis giving effect to the merger, Prologis owned or had investments in, on a consolidated basis or through unconsolidated joint ventures, properties and development projects expected to total more than 600 million square feet (55.7 million square meters) in 22 countries. The company leases modern distribution facilities to more than 4500 customers, including manufacturers, retailers, transportation companies, third-party logistics providers and other enterprises.
  • Earthquake Fault, Mammoth Mountain, California The Earthquake Fault is a popular stop for many skiers on the way to Mammoth Mountain. Although much has been written about this "fault" its origin remains the subject of much debate. The fissure trends north-south like many of the known faults in the Mammoth area. Some geologists have suggested that it represents the southern extension of the Hartley Springs fault. In fact, as early as 1936 it was proposed that the west side of the fault had dropped as much as three feet. Nonetheless, no slickensides are apparent on outcrop and the postulated offset is problematic at best. Even the suggestion of west-side down motion is inconsistent with the typical east-side down pattern of range front faulting. This has led to a suggestion that the fault is merely a fissure formed during cooling of the black, glassy, rhyolitic lava flows. This, however, is difficult to rationalize as the Rhyodacites of Mammoth Mountain are thought to be at least 50000 years old and a crack of this nature is almost certainly Holocene in age. A more intriguing explanation is that the crack represents the head scarp of a large landslide block or that it is a tension crack formed during warping, similar to those those at the Big Pumice Cut. Reportedly the "fault" was reactivated during the 1980 Mammoth earthquake and the trail down into the fissure was closed. It is now thought the apparent motion at the bottom of the fissure resulted from settling of unconsolidated material. Some researchers have also ...
  • Old, Flat, and Unconsolidated A visualization of the formation of kame terraces and deltas during retreat of the Laurentide glacier from part of central Vermont.
  • Excavating Tunnels under the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids The tunnels are dug into a post glacial deposit. At some point in the past, these tunnels were blocked up with an unconsolidated mix of sand, cobbles, pebbles and clays. The tunnels were not filled up with natural deposits. Here in the clip you can see workers slowly removing the material from the tunnels, moving deeper into the tunnel network and closer to the Pyramids.
  • iSN_FDS: iSN_FDS: LSE - Polski Koncern Naftowy ORLEN SA - announced its consolidated and unconsolidated results for the third... http://t.co/nIa2NhyK
  • DrewRit21: DrewRit21: RT @SenatorPileggi: Pennsylvania's unconsolidated statutes are now available online: http://t.co/7q8fD12d #ItsAboutTime
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  • GeographyMag: GeographyMag: Gas invasion into water-saturated, unconsolidated porous media: Implications for gas hydrate reservoirs http://t.co/jsCtP5ka
  • RMNPOfficial: RMNPOfficial: Hidden Valley sledding conditions fair-good. About 10" new snow. But snow is unconsolidated now-could blow away or get hard. Road icy. ks
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  • Geraldtrz: Geraldtrz: Regolith, Soils and Landforms: Regolith is the layer of broken and unconsolidated rock and soil material that fo... http://t.co/AJ4IIfSB
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