Talk:Illite

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Hi my Name is Mike Acher I have a speshalist intrest in Earth construction, which grew out of my Degree in Architectural technology and design. If my spelling or grammer is a little wanky please bear with me as I am Dyslexic and the writen word chalenges me rarther.

I am serching high and low for 2 maps:

  • one on clay types Montmorillonite, Kaolinite and Illite for the UK in particulare Cumbria.
  • the second map I am looking for is on types of clay Pozolanic etc.

I suspect that the 2 types are either the same or cross frefence the information in an implyed manner.

please call on 08703215391 or e-mail on eden.architecture (ad) yahoo.co.uk

I am giving a talk at carlisile on the 4th of september 2007 at Tullli House and it would be help full if I could talk in moor detail about the materials and their loacations, related to earth builds in the area.

I have a couple of papers you might be interested in on earth construction how does it work for submision.