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Zainorabidin, A. (author), Wijeyesekera, D.C. (author)
Peat soil is encountered in many areas and generally originates from plant/animal remains and is considered partly as decomposed biomass. Due to this composition, the structure of this soil is very different when compared with inorganic soils like clay, sand and gravel. Peat has a high compressibility, low shear strength, high moisture content...
report 2008
Zainorabidin, A. (author), Wijeyesekera, D.C. (author), Masirin, M.I. (author)
Peat soils occur in many countries and are described differently at times from both a qualitative and quantitative perspective. Peats are formed naturally through the decomposition of plant and animal matter under anaerobic conditions that take place over long periods of time. While the estimated and reported extent of Malaysian peat was...
report 2007