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Types of Borehole Data
A borehole can contain either stratigraphy data or sample data or both.
Stratigraphy data are used to represent soil layers that are encountered in a soil boring. The soil layers are represented using contacts and segments as shown below. A segment represents a soil layer and a contact is the interface between two segments.
Sample data represent data obtained by continuous sampling along the length of the hole. Cone penetrometer data and down-hole geophysical data are examples of sample data. The figure below shows an example of sample data being displayed. Sample data are stored in datasets which can be manipulated in a similar fashion as other datasets in GMS.
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