Enhancing Mine Subsidence Prediction and Control Methodologies for Long-Term Landscape Stability
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Jeng, D. Isaac (Virginia Tech, 2005-11-18)
A mathematical model is developed for quantification of aquifer deformation due to ground-water withdrawal and, with some modifications, is potentially applicable to petroleum reservoirs. A porous medium saturated ...
Groundwater Pumping Decisions and Land Subsidence in the Southern Chesapeake Bay Region of Virginia Wade, Christopher Michael (Virginia Tech, 2016-07-21)Land subsidence is the gradual settling or sudden sinking of the earth's surface. According to the United States Geological Survey more than 80% of identified subsidence in the United States is a result of groundwater ...
Quantifying high-resolution hydrologic parameters at the basin scale using InSAR and inverse modeling, Las Vegas Valley, NV Zhang, Meijing (Virginia Tech, 2014-11-10)The overall goal of this dissertation is to determine and develop optimal strategies for inversely calibrating transmissivities (T), elastic and inelastic skeletal storage coefficients (Ske and Skv) of the developed-zone ...