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December 13, 2007

Delaware

Filed under: Delaware — Tags: , , — John Banta @ 2:29 pm

A few areas with a slight to moderate swelling potential are found in Delaware. Regions containing expansive clay soil may vary. If you have concerns consult an experienced geologist.

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Adapted from the “Swelling Clays Map Of The Conterminous United States” by W.W. Olive, A.F. Chleborad, C.W. Frahme, Julius Schlocker, R.R. Schneider, and R.L Shuster; 1989

MAP LEGEND
Red Unit contains abundant clay having high swelling potential
Blue Part of unit (generally less than 50%) consists of clay having high swelling potential
Orange    Unit contains abundant clay having slight to moderate swelling potential
Green Part of unit (generally less than 50%) consists of clay having slight to moderate swelling potential
Brown Unit contains little or no swelling clay
Yellow Data insufficient to indicate clay content of unit and/or swelling potential of clay (Shown in westernmost states only)

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