Abstract

Marine sediments of several types were re-established in the laboratory and maintained in a continuous unfiltered salt-water flow for one observational year. The benthic biological, chemical, and biochemical activities of the sediment functioned in water temperature that ranged from 18°C to 5°C. Under these conditions sands demonstrate a significantly greater dilatancy in summer than in winter.

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