Contribution of desiccation to the preconsolidation of Ankara Clay.

Kocabayoğlu, Erdal


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In total 562 daily PM10 and PM2.5 samples were collected from April 2001 to April 2002 at a rural site (Erdemli) located on the coast of the Eastern Mediterranean. The annual mean PM10 and PM2.5 levels were 36.4 +/- 27.8 and 9.7 +/- 5.9 mu g m(-3), respectively. PM10 and PW2.5 concentrations indicated orders of magnitude change from day to day (PM10 = 2-326 mu g m(-3); PM2.5 = 0.5-28 mu g m(-3)). The highest levels of PM10 were observed during the transition period (March, April and May) due to mineral dust...
Citation Formats
E. Kocabayoğlu, “Contribution of desiccation to the preconsolidation of Ankara Clay.,” Middle East Technical University, 1971.