bedrock below

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  • If the ice melted, the interior bedrock below sea level would be covered by water.
  • The bridge's foundations are bedrock below the seabed under each tower.
  • He had found it, he explained, on the bedrock below Bear Paw Lake. Cited from Where the Sun Swings North, by Barrett Willoughby
  • The bedrock below this type of soil is red shale.
  • The limiting factor for plant growth in this series is the rocky surface and the depth of the bedrock below.
  • The water no longer gushes forth from the cave, but only seeps from the bedrock below it.
  • The significant step that Drake took was to drive a 32-foot iron pipe through the ground into the bedrock below.
  • The water no longer gushes from the cave, but only seeps from the bedrock below it.
  • This work involved removing the top of the existing dam wall and drilling/blasting through the dam wall plus up to a further into the bedrock below.
  • BMR overcame the problem by engineering a design which incorporated driving caissons through the fill material and into the bedrock below.
  • As buildings became taller and heavier, the overburden could not support their weight and foundations increasingly needed to rest directly on the bedrock below.
  • The studies concluded that an ancient meteorite impact crater is present in the Precambrian bedrock below the surface.
  • The second stage of the roof was closed in November 2004, after a tourist got too close to the edge and fell to her death on the bedrock below.
  • Each leaf was to be supported by four 12-foot-square concrete footings, sunk to the bedrock below the water line.
  • Due to the slope of the surrounding area, he was able to see some bedrock below the rim of the Rille that appeared to be above them further along.
  • Ice lens growth within the bedrock below the glacier is projected during the summer months when there is ample water at the base of the glacier.
  • To improve the stability of the structure, 280 piles were driven into the bedrock below.
  • The heaviest meteorite that has ever been moved by humans, it is so heavy that it was necessary to build its display stand so that its supports reached through directly to the bedrock below the museum.
  • Each deposit consisted of thousands of fragments that had been placed in hollows carved in the limestone bedrock below the plaza.
  • The Cottonwood's downcutting has carved all the way through the thick glacial till and a few feet into the Cretaceous bedrock below.
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