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Open-File Report 2018-1010

Laboratory Observations of Artificial Sand and Oil Agglomerates

By Robert L. Jenkins III, P. Soupy Dalyander, Allison Penko, and Joseph W. Long

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Instrumented oscillatory flow tunnel outfitted with rough-surfaced false floor.
Photograph of an instrumented oscillatory flow tunnel outfitted with rough-surfaced false floor. [Click figure to enlarge]

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Jenkins, R.L., Dalyander, P.S., Penko, Allison, and Long, J.W., 2018, Laboratory observations of artificial sand and oil agglomerates: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2018–1010,

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