EG-14 Collapsible Soils in Colorado

Collapsible Soils in Colorado describes the geologic setting, the geomorphic and soil conditions, locations of potential susceptibility, and engineering properties of collapsible soils in Colorado. This bulletin is the result of a comprehensive and multi-year effort to understand collapsing soil behavior and the geologic and geomorphic conditions where they can form. In addition, this report contains a 1:1,000,000-scale map of Colorado that shows locations of soil collapse compiled from soil test data and damage incidents, climatic exclusions zones, and areas of the state where collapse-prone soil may exist. 108 pages, spiral-bound, 1 plate. EG-14

Author: White, Jonathan L., and Celia Greenman. “EG-14 Collapsible Soils in Colorado.” Soil. Engineering Geology. Denver, CO: Colorado Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources, 2008.
Status: In Print
Year: 2008


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