Military foot traffic impact on soil compaction properties at the United States Military Academy: a multiscale analysis
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"The significance of soil erosion as a critical factor in maintaining military training lands is well documented whereas soil compaction as an indicator of soil condition is less studied. The purpose of this research is to study soil compaction as an indicator of soil condition and to provide validating supporting data from field and laboratory research for computer models to replicate, for predictive purposes, military fool traffic on soil compaction."--Introduction, page 3.
Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering
Ph. D. in Geological Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xvi, 271 leaves
© 2003 Kenneth William McDonald, All rights reserved.
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Military training camps -- United States
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McDonald, Kenneth William, "Military foot traffic impact on soil compaction properties at the United States Military Academy: a multiscale analysis" (2003). Doctoral Dissertations. 1502.
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