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Examines the current technology used by scientists, geologists, engineers, and others to measure and evaluate the durability and performance of rock used for riprap, gabions, canal and channel linings, and other erosion control applications. State-of-the-art procedures used by construction and quarry personnel for specification conformance and compliance testing are also discussed. 13 peer-reviewed.
The Influence of Fabric and Composition on the Durability of Appalachian Shales
Lovell C., Robinson M., Vallejo L., Welsh R.
Verification of Rock Durability Evaluation Procedures Using Petroglyphs and Indian Rock Art
Abt S., Fliegel M., Johnson T.
Fractals, Pore Potential, and Sphinx Limestone Durability
Gauri K., Tambe S., Yerrapragada S.
Environmental Testing of Rock Used as Erosion Protection in Arid Environments
Duffy D., Hatzell H.
Petrographic Examination of Large Stone for Durability
Lutton R., Wong G.
Production of Erosion Control Stone
Arrand C., Major J., Schauberger H.