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Two decades of GPS/GNSS and DInSAR monitoring of Cardona salt mines (NE of Spain) – natural and mining-induced mechanisms and processes

Author
Rodriguez-Llovera, X.; Puig-Polo, C.; Lantada, N.; Gili, J.; Marturiá, J.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences
Date of publication
2020-04
Volume
382
First page
167
Last page
172
DOI
10.5194/piahs-382-167-2020
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/191211 Open in new window
URL
https://piahs.copernicus.org/articles/382/167/2020/ Open in new window
Abstract
Cardona area presents surface rising and subsidence active movements. In 1999 a series of sinkholes appeared due to the infiltration of Cardener River water into the mine tunnels, damaging surface infrastructures. Since then, high precision GNSS/GPS was used annually to position a network of 40 points spread over the area. GNSS/GPS work is carried out with the Fast-Static (FS) method. Additionally the surface movements have been monitored with satellite Differential Interferometry Synthetic Aper...
Citation
Rodriguez-Llovera, X. [et al.]. Two decades of GPS/GNSS and DInSAR monitoring of Cardona salt mines (NE of Spain) – natural and mining-induced mechanisms and processes. "Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences", Abril 2020, vol. 382, p. 167-172.
Group of research
EGEO - Geomatics Engineering

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