Veenhof D W, McBride RA (1996) Overconsolidation
in agricultural soils: I.
For instance, many authors have noted that a depends on the overconsolidation
ratio (OCR) (McCelland 1974; Semple, Rigden 1984).
The lowered cortisol levels can be significant in triggering the trajectory of PTSD, starting with reduced catecholamines, which would prompt an overconsolidation
of pairing of memories and distress.
was considered to be the result of repeated drying and wetting cycles.
The overconsolidation ratio, OCR, is used to gauge the amount of overconsolidation.
Accordingly, the lack of overburden during formation suggests that ablation tills should exhibit normal consolidation, or at most, only a slight amount of overconsolidation.
As a result of overconsolidation
, the insurance company SPP has decided to give its corporate customers a refund.
It consists of a layer of lightly overconsolidated clay, which has an overconsolidation
ratio ranging from 1 to 2, and the overlying soft silt clay.