The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 18 > Guidance Notes. Cracks in Buildings (Monitoring to Diagnose the Cause)
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Guidance Notes. Cracks in Buildings (Monitoring to Diagnose the Cause)

What have 1976,1984,1990 and 1995 in common? - long dry summers - followed by record insurance claims for subsidence; in fact, this summer is the driest for 250 years. Fig l shows the peaks in insurance claims for these exceptionally dry summers. G.D. Johnson