Author ORCID Identifier
Bartosz Apanowicz 0000-0002-7268-8786
Linear Discontinuous Ground Deformations are defined as fissures and steps, as well as structural forms composed of them. They occur on the surface as a result of underground mining. Knowledge of LDGDs has been acquired through field observations which are subsequently described in the scientific publication. Records of LDGDs are made by using the classic surveying method. The paper reviews the created LDGDs in the years 2015–2019 in one of the mines of the USCB. The analysis covers the velocity of subsidence as a result of underground mining and the values of horizontal strains determined according to the Knothe-Budryk theory. The InSAR satellite technique was used to measure the subsidence. The subsidence was determined using the small baseline method – SBAS. The combination of the theoretical Knothe-Budryk model with the large-scale capabilities of InSAR may provide valuable material for a better understanding of the genesis of LDGD creation and their prediction.
"Use of InSAR in Linear Discontinuous Ground Deformation Generation Analysis: Case Study of a Mine in Poland,"
Journal of Sustainable Mining: Vol. 21
, Article 4.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.46873/2300-3960.1346
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