OR/19/049 Engineering geology log
|Kearsey, T, Gillespie, M, Entwisle, D, Damaschke, M, Wylde, S, Fellgett, M, Kingdon, A, Burkin, J, Starcher, V, Shorter, K, Barron, H, Elsome, J, Barnett, M, and Monaghan, A. 2019. UK Geoenergy Observatories Glasgow: GGC01 cored, seismic monitoring borehole — intermediate data release. British Geological Survey Internal Report, OR/19/049.|
Authors: David Entwisle, Suzanne Self
File names: EngineeringLog_GGC01_1_25scale_v03.pdf – drawn up log
Engineering_core_description_GGC01_V03.xlsx – spreadsheet log
The engineering geology logging took place at the same time as the discontinuity logging at the NGR, Keyworth (section 4 below). Limitations on the handling of, and damage to, core material were in place with the standard field engineering description of BSI (2018a, b) followed as much as was possible.
Summary of data release
The data is released both in a spreadsheet and as a log. Note that due to the differing style of logging of boundaries and rock type classification, the sedimentological and engineering log bed boundary depths do not always match exactly.
- BSI. 2018a. BS EN ISO 14688–1:2018: Geotechnical investigation and testing. Identification and classification of soil. Identification and description. BSI, London, UK.
- BSI. 2018b. BS EN ISO 14689–1:2018: Geotechnical investigation and testing. Identification and classification of rock. Identification and description. BSI, London, UK.