2 edition of Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal found in the catalog.
Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal
|Statement||prepared for the International Hydrological Programme, Working Group 8.4, Joseph F. Poland, chairman and editor.|
|Series||Studies and reports in hydrology ;, 40|
|Contributions||Poland, J. F. 1908-, International Hydrological Programme. Working Group 8.4.|
|LC Classifications||QE600.2 .G85 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 305,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||86101555|
Analysis of relative land surface change shows the occurrence of land subsidence at ± mm yr-1 in the Beijing Environ of NCP. About % (± mm yr-1 or ± km 3 yr-1) of the depletion in TWS and % (± mm yr-1 or ± km 3 yr-1) of that in GWS are attributed to storage reductions due to the land Author: Juana P. Moiwo, Yahaya K. Kawa, John P. Kaisam, Umu Lamboi. Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal, no. 40 of UNESCO Studies and Repts. In Hyd. Paris France, United Nations Ed. Sci. and Cult. Org., Author: T.J. Burbey.
Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal. The depth to which the pipe extensometer equipment is operative to 1, m--is. adequate for studies of subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal in most of the world. Much. ground water is pumped from aquifers less than m deep and most from aquifers less than subsidence due to ground-water decline in the United States in International Land Subsidence Symposium, 2nd, Anaheim, , Proceedings: International Association of Scientific Hydrology, Publication No. , pp. kThis article summarizes and describes the occurrence of ground failure associated with land subsidence in the United States. : Thomas L. Holzer.
Land subsidence due to withdrawal of fluids. Pp. in Reviews in Engineering Geology II, D. J. Varnes and G. A. Kiersch, eds. Geological Society of America. Prokopovich, N. P. Subsidence of Peat in Califomia and Flonda. Excessive Groundwater withdrawal, mining activity, and the weight of urban development. major city in US that has been subsidence due to over withdrawal of groundwater. Hong Kong, Osaka, and Tokyo Ground-Water Resources & Ground-Water Problems. terms. AA7. 47 .
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Get this from a library. Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal. [J F Poland; International Hydrological Programme. Working Group ;]. The Guidebook was intended as one of the tools to help provide for a multidisciplinary approach to the assessment, planning, and rational management of water resources.
Written inthe Guidebook provides an overview of case studies illustrating the major occurrences of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal throughout the world at. Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal Prepared for the International Hydrological Programme, Working Group Joseph F.
Poland, Chairman and Editor. Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal (Studies and reports in hydrology) Paperback – January 1, See all formats and Format: Paperback.
STUDIES OF LAND SUBSIDENCE LAND SUBSIDENCE DUE TO GROUND-WATER WITHDRAWAL, ARVIN-MARICOPA AREA, CALIFORNIA By BEN E.
LOFGREN ABSTRACT The Arvin-Maricopa area is the southernmost of three principal areas of widespread subsidence in the San Joaquin Valley. As ofsquare miles of irrigable land, roughly 60 percent of the area, hasCited by: 4.
Guidebook to Studies of Land Subsidence Due to Ground-Water Withdrawal: Studies and Reports in Hydrology by Joseph Fairfield Poland Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / ISHI, M., KURAMOCHI, F.
Pages: Land-surface subsidence due to the withdrawal of fluids by man has become relatively common in the United States since and has been described at several other places throughout the world.
This paper reviews the known examples of appreciable land subsidence caused by fluid withdrawal. Most of the open pits are, at most, – meters deep.
Nevertheless, a large area is affected by ground water withdrawal. There is a concern that differential subsidence due to mine dewatering might cause vertical stress and building damage. The area of investigation is a 2km 2 large building complex built in the early ’s.
It will be Cited by: land subsidence due to withdrawal of dee p-groundwater Shen S. - L. 1, Tohno I. 2, Nishgaki M. 3 and Miura N. 4 ABSTRACT: This paper presents a case history of land subsidence due to withdrawal Author: Shui-Long Shen. UNESCO () Guidebook to Studies of Land Subsidence due to Ground-Water Withdrawal.
Michigan, USA: Book Crafters. USEPA () Ionizing Radiation Fact by: The coupled and uncoupled approaches are compared and shown to yield similar head drawdown and land settlement in realistic geological settings.
Allen, S. A., Types of land subsidence, In: Poland, J. (ed.) Guidebook to Studies of Land Subsidence Due to Ground-Water Withdrawal.
California, U.S.A., In: Poland, J. (ed.) Guidebook to. Ground water withdrawal and land subsidence in northeastern Saxony (Germany) Guidebook to Studies of Land Subsidence Due to Ground-Water Withdrawal.
Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City area, California; Part 1, Changes in the hydrologic environment conducive to subsidence: Series title: Professional Paper: Series number: Chapter: E: DOI: /ppE: Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: 70 p.
Google Analytic Metrics. Land Subsidence due to Ground-Water Withdrawal Tulare-Wasco Area California By B. LOFGREN and R. KLAUSING STUDIES OF LAND SUBSIDENCE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER B Prepared in cooperation with the California Department of Water Resources A study of land subsidence caused by water-levelCited by: Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City area, California; Part 2, subsidence and compaction of deposits () Paper version: In.
Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal, v. 40 of UNESCO Studies and Reports in Hydrology: Paris, Frane, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, p. Composition of the UNESCO Working Group on Land Subsidence.
The Intergovernmental Council for the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) created a Working Group on Land Subsidence for liaison of IHP subproject"Investigation on land subsidence due to ground-water exploitation.".
Land in the Las Vegas Valley has been subsiding due to ground- water withdrawal (Figs. 1 and 2) since about This subsidence and its relations to specific wells and faults have been very well documented by leveling studies conducted along survey lines, some of which were initially established in during studies related to the.
Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal. Sustainability Indicator: Land Subsidence Topic: Monitoring Protocols Type: USGS Report Agency: U.S. Geological Survey Description: Although more than 30 years old, many portions of this UNESCO publication, edited by Joseph Poland, continue to be relevant.
The lowering of land surface elevation from this process is permanent. For example, if lowered ground-water levels caused land subsidence, recharging the aquifer until ground water returned to the original levels would not result in an appreciable recovery of the land-surface elevation.
DAMAGE CAUSED BY LAND SUBSIDENCE. Land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal in southwestern Flanders 49 Fig. 2 Hydraulic head contour lines of the lower (a) and the upper (b) semi-confined aquifers in the southwestern part of Flanders (Lebbe et al., ).
numbered from bottom to top. .Land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal: potential damage of subsidence and sea level rise in southern New Jersey, USA H. Sun 7 D. Grandstaff 7 R. Shagam AbstractLand subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal combined with a global sea level rise creates a serious environmental problem in the coastal region.
Groundwater withdrawal results in.Lowering of the land surface of large areas has been a major unintended consequence of groundwater and petroleum withdrawal by humans. Approximat km 2 of land in the United States has been permanently lowered. The decrease of land-surface elevation, known as land subsidence, typically occurs at rates measured in centimeters per year.