Outline of soil liquefaction due to unstable layer after an earthquake.

Guide To Soil Liquefaction

Soil liquefaction is a geological phenomenon that changes the structure of the Earth’s soil. External stressors loosen the soil particles, changing the ground into a less stable base for buildings and other structures. Soil liquefaction presents risks to construction companies building in high-soil liquefaction areas, such as California. If builders construct on top of loose…