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Cohesive soil The term 'Cohesive soil' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' Predominantly clay and silt soil, fine-grained particles, that sticks together whether wet or dry. A soil that, when unconfined, has considerable strength when air-dried, and that has significant cohesion when submerged'.
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