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UTILIZATION OF GEOPHYSICAL METHOD OF MULTIELECTRODE RESISTIVITY MEASUREMENTS ON A SLOPE DEFORMATION IN THE MINING DISTRICT

AUTHOR/S: M. MARSCHALKO, L. HOFRICHTEROVA, H. LAHUTA
Sunday 1 August 2010 by Libadmin2008

8th International Scientific Conference - SGEM2008, www.sgem.org, SGEM2008 Conference Proceedings/ ISBN: 954-918181-2, June 16-20, 2008, Vol. 1, 315-324 pp

ABSTRACT

The paper deals with the description of natural conditions and implemented geophysical
survey of a scientifically interesting slope deformation Doubrava Ujala, located in the
municipality of Doubrava near the city of Karvina in the north-east of the Czech
Republic in the reach of the effects of undermining caused by underground black coal
mining. It is the case of the most extensive underground mineral mining in the Czech
Republic, while the changes in the geological conditions are assumed to affect the slope
deformation state of balance. Therefore, a set of six slope movements are gradually
studied, while the locality in question is only of them. The initial stage includes a study
and evaluation of archive materials, areal photos, engineering-geological survey and
resistive tomography measurements (geophysical method of multielectrode resistivity
measurement).

Keywords: engineering geology, slope deformations, mining, undermine