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Hydrology, Geology, and Soil Science - Continued
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DOE-STD-1157-2002
Folds
Faults
Structural Discontinuities
Residual Stress
Sheet Joints
Structural discontinuities
Shear strength of discontinuities
Residual stress
Sheet joints
o. Discuss the use of geological and geotechnical maps.
p. Describe the geologic considerations, criteria and procedures used to assess natural hazards and
potential environmental problems related to the following topographic features and conditions:
Areas of high or low relief
Potentially unstable slopes
Flood plain
Karst terrain
Proximity to fault zones
Volcanic terrain
Glaciated terrain
q. Discuss weathering and its significance in geotechnical engineering.
r.
Describe and discuss tests that assess weatherability.
s.
Describe and discuss the process for logging rock cores.
t.
Discuss how contaminant movement relates to soil density.
Graphical Data and Measurements
5. Environmental restoration personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level knowledge of reading
and plotting graphs and interpreting graphical data.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a. Solve for the unknown given a linear equation with multiple units, such as Environmental
Protection Agency risk equations.
b. Given a graph, interpret meaning of slope and intercept, such as slope factor for a carcinogenic
chemical.
c. Interpret data on a simple graph, such as time/concentration.
d. Given a table of data, plot the data points on a Cartesian coordinate graph.
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