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A landslide in clayey soils: An example from the Kizildag region of the Sivas-Erzincan highway (Sivas-Turkey)
(American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2002)
The Sivas-Erzincan highway, a major thoroughfare in Turkey, has been adversely impacted for years by landslides in the Kizildag region, resulting in high maintenance costs with time. This article illustrates slope stability ...
Geotechnical evaluation of Miocene gypsum from Sivas (Turkey)
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 2000)
Gypsum is widely distributed in Sivas (Turkey), occurring chiefly in the formations of Miocene age. The gypsum is generally of the alabastrine type with a little of the porphiroblast type and contains traces of clay minerals, ...
Geotechnical characteristics and mineralogy of compacted clays used as an impervious core for the camligoze dam, turkey
Soil materials used to construct the impervious core of the Camligöze dam consist of clay minerals, quartz, feldspar, and calcite. Smectite and chlorite + kaolinite appear to be the dominant clay minerals. Illite-smectite ...