Consolidation properties and hydraulic conductivities of sediments from ODP Leg 207 sites, supplement to: O'Regan, Matthew; Moran, Kate (2007): Compressibility, permeability, and stress history of sediments from Demerara Rise. In: Mosher, DC; Erbacher, J; Malone, MJ (eds.) Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 207, 1-35

Matthew O'Regan & Kate Moran
The stress history, permeability, and compressibility of sediments from Demerara Rise recovered during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 207 were determined using one-dimensional incremental load consolidation and low-gradient flow pump permeability tests. Relationships among void ratio, effective stress, and hydraulic conductivity are presented for sampled lithologic units and used to reconstruct effective stress, permeability, and in situ void ratio profiles for a transect of three sites across Demerara Rise. Results confirm that a significant erosional event...
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