Investigation of Testing Methods to Determine Long-Term Durability of Wisconsin Aggregate Resources Including Natural Materials, Industrial By-Products, and Recycled/Reclaimed Materials
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Soil structure and soil organic matter: I. Distribution of aggregate size classes and aggregate associated carbon Six, J.; Paustian, K.; Elliott, E.T.; Combrink, C. (Soil Science Society of America, 2000)This study compares aggregate size and carbon in three different soils, each with three tillage treatments (native vegetation (NV), no-tillage (NT), and conventional tillage (CT)).
Sun, Wenjuan (Virginia Tech, 2015-01-21)Properties of aggregates are affected by their morphological characteristics, including shape factors, angularity and texture. These morphological characteristics influence the aggregate's mutual interactions and strengths ...
Fields, Barbara A. (Virginia Tech, 1977-05-05)
Financial innovation in the U.S. economy has proceeded at a dynamic rate throughout this century. The number and variety of financial institutions which have evolved and thrived testif y to our inventiveness. Whether ...