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Wide-Area InSAR Survey of Surface Deformation in Urban Areas and Geothermal Fields in the Eastern Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, Mexico

Francesca Cigna, Deodato Tapete, Víctor Hugo Garduño-Monroy, Jesús Arturo Muñiz-Jauregui, Oscar Humberto García-Hernández, Adrián Jiménez-Haro
2019 Remote Sensing  
and public), the valley of Tecamachalco (−22 mm/year, agricultural), Tulancingo (−55 mm/year, public, industrial and agricultural), and in the eastern Mexico City metropolitan area (−44 mm/year, agricultural  ...  Land subsidence hotspots due to aquifer drawdown are found within the city of Puebla (up to −53 mm/year vertical rates, groundwater pumping for industrial use), Tlaxcala and Apizaco (−17 mm/year, industrial  ...  The funders of the GEMex project had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11202341 fatcat:b6he4v35brfsxlul5kzzqps734

State of the Art and Recent Advancements in the Modelling of Land Subsidence Induced by Groundwater Withdrawal

Artur Guzy, Agnieszka A. Malinowska
2020 Water  
Recently, satellite radar interferometry (InSAR) has contributed to significant progress in monitoring and determining the spatio-temporal land subsidence distributions worldwide.  ...  Land subsidence is probably one of the most evident environmental effects of groundwater pumping. Globally, freshwater demand is the leading cause of this phenomenon.  ...  Acknowledgments: This work is a contribution to the UNESCO Land Subsidence International Initiative (LaSII; www.landsubsidence-unesco.org).  ... 
doi:10.3390/w12072051 fatcat:hijxcxaoqnahph56scksvbgz2q

Detection of Land Subsidence due to Excessive Groundwater Use Varying with Different Land Cover Types in Quetta valley, Pakistan Using ESA-Sentinel Satellite Data

Waqas Ahmad, Minha Choi, Soohyun Kim, Dongkyun Kim
2017 NHESSD  
In this study, we show that land subsidence in Quetta valley, Pakistan is caused by exploitation of groundwater based on the analysis of European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel satellite data.  ...  Then, the land subsidence was compared with the land cover of the study area that was derived from Sentienl-2 multispectral images.  ...  Land 17 subsidence in major cities of Central Mexico: Interpreting InSAR-derived land subsidence mapping with hydrogeological 18 data.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-2017-234 fatcat:hxvkuth2cjao7ch5fk4n7v7674

Subsidence Evolution of the Leizhou Peninsula, China, Based on InSAR Observation from 1992 to 2010

Yanan Du, Guangcai Feng, Xing Peng, Zhiwei Li
2017 Applied Sciences  
The map shows that the land subsidence mainly occurs along the coastline with a maximum velocity of 32 mm/year and in a wide range of inland arable lands with a velocity between 10 and 19 mm/year.  ...  This study aims to provide the evolution of land deformation (subsidence and uplift) in the whole peninsula from 1992 to 2010.  ...  This work was supported by the National Natural Science Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app7050466 fatcat:qw67gwdhanhdjj2uavzrsf5xta

Mapping ground deformation over Houston–Galveston, Texas using multi-temporal InSAR

Feifei Qu, Zhong Lu, Qin Zhang, Gerald W. Bawden, Jin-Woo Kim, Chaoying Zhao, Wei Qu
2015 Remote Sensing of Environment  
InSAR measurements obtained from Envisat and ALOS data reveal subsidence rate of up to 30 mm/yr over the northwestern HG between 2004 and 2011.  ...  MTI-derived land surface deformation measurements are then compared to GPS and extensometer observations, geologic and hydrologic data, and information about hydrocarbon extraction to address the causes  ...  All Ground water data used in the study are archived in the USGS National Water Information System (NWIS), which are freely downloaded from http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/gw.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2015.08.027 fatcat:mmcmvf7tnbbqrp3zinoiogndoy

Assessing Groundwater Depletion and Dynamics Using GRACE and InSAR: Potential and Limitations

Pascal Castellazzi, Richard Martel, Devin L. Galloway, Laurent Longuevergne, Alfonso Rivera
2016 Ground Water  
Furthermore, the inversion of InSAR-derived displacement maps into volume of depleted groundwater storage (both reversible and largely irreversible) is confounded by vertical and horizontal variability  ...  Mass changes are measured by GRACE (Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment) satellites, whereas ground deformation is measured by processing synthetic aperture radar satellites data using the InSAR (Interferometry  ...  1 in France.  ... 
doi:10.1111/gwat.12453 pmid:27576068 fatcat:hfeqfpmnd5crrh53bebtyndcie

Detection of Land Subsidence Associated with Land Creation and Rapid Urbanization in the Chinese Loess Plateau Using Time Series InSAR: A Case Study of Lanzhou New District

Guan Chen, Yi Zhang, Runqiang Zeng, Zhongkang Yang, Xi Chen, Fumeng Zhao, Xingmin Meng
2018 Remote Sensing  
The spatial pattern of land subsidence has evidently extended from the major urban zone to the land creation region.  ...  In addition, the higher collapsibility and compressibility of the loess deposits in the land creation region may be the underlying mechanism of macro-subsidence in Lanzhou New District.  ...  Yi Zhang contributed to the InSAR processing and revised the manuscript. Runqiang Zeng was mainly involved in the geotechnical test and contributed to the revising of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10020270 fatcat:ckrb6svunfbfxmdjpbmtuw6zfi

Groundwater and Urban Planning Perspective

Alina Radutu, Oana Luca, Constantin Radu Gogu
2022 Water  
The methodology combines subsidence occurrence, land-cover changes, hydrogeological, geological, and hydrological characteristics; climatic aspects; the location; the extension of old quarries; and the  ...  In addition, the presence of urban anthropogenic strata associated with the groundwater level fluctuations showed amplified vertical displacements of the ground when compared to the areas where there are  ...  Data Availability Statement: Not applicable. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w14101627 fatcat:r4njsstqindqlm5fciexh2e44u

Surface deformation observed by InSAR shows connections with water storage change in Southern Ontario

Junhua Li, Shusen Wang, Cassandra Michel, Hazen A.J. Russell
2020 Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies  
The surface deformations were compared to the water storage data derived from GRACE satellites, in-situ water levels of the Great Lakes, and precipitation data in the study area.  ...  Study focus: Examing land surface deformation in southern Ontario and its connection with water storage change.  ...  Francis Canisius of Canada Center for Mapping and Earth Observation for internally reviewing the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejrh.2019.100661 fatcat:ldn5uzv4fvhq5kz3o24ntkic4q

Use of Geophysical and Remote Sensing Data for Assessment of Aquifer Depletion and Related Land Deformation

Abdullah Othman, Mohamed Sultan, Richard Becker, Saleh Alsefry, Talal Alharbi, Esayas Gebremichael, Hassan Alharbi, Karem Abdelmohsen
2018 Surveys in geophysics  
An integrated approach [field, Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR), hydrogeology, geodesy, and spatial analysis] was adopted to identify the nature, intensity, and spatial distribution of  ...  Results indicate that faults played a role in localizing deformation given that deformational sites and InSAR-based high subsidence rates (- 4 to - 15 mm/year) were largely found within, but not outside  ...  Logistical and field support and subsurface data were provided by the Saudi Geological Survey, the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, and the Ministry of Water and Electricity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10712-017-9458-7 pmid:31258224 pmcid:PMC6560937 fatcat:dvvhad67dvfjbd3eek4hovhosi

Preliminary results of land subsidence monitoring project in Konya Closed Basin between 2006–2009 by means of GNSS observations

A. Ustun, E. Tusat, S. Yalvac
2010 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
The results support the findings derived from the historical leveling records and point out the need of an extended study based on both GNSS and InSAR techniques for spatial and temporal mapping of land  ...  Agricultural lands, in which excessive irrigation is performed, and densely populated cities are more likely to suffer from land subsidence.  ...  The groundwater use and water level analysis were done using the data supplied from 4th Regional Directorate of State Hydraulic Works. C. Can afforded the opportunity to reach the leveling records.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-10-1151-2010 fatcat:dadygdwnhzcibf73rnutu65vs4

Threat of land subsidence in and around Kolkata City and East Kolkata Wetlands, West Bengal, India

P SAHU, P K SIKDAR
2011 Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Earth and Planetary Sciences  
This paper attempts to estimate the possible rate of land subsidence of Kolkata City including Salt Lake City and the adjoining East Kolkata Wetlands located at the lower part of the deltaic alluvial plain  ...  The estimated mean land subsidence rate is 13.53 mm/year and for 1 m drop in the piezometric head, the mean subsidence is 3.28 cm.  ...  PS is thankful to Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India for the financial assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12040-011-0077-2 fatcat:prhr46iskrcfdovsq4ijw67jr4

Integration of InSAR Time-Series Data and GIS to Assess Land Subsidence along Subway Lines in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, South Korea

Muhammad Fulki Fadhillah, Arief Rizqiyanto Achmad, Chang-Wook Lee
2020 Remote Sensing  
The aims of this research were to map and analyze the risk of land subsidence in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, South Korea using satellite interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) time-series data  ...  Of the types of infrastructure present in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, subway lines may be vulnerable to land subsidence.  ...  Subsidence has been observed in several metropolitan cities, including Mexico City [11] , Shanghai [12] , and Jakarta [13] [14] [15] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12213505 fatcat:amaubufetza4jlg4l3fk2iqsdm

Land Subsidence Prediction Induced by Multiple Factors Using Machine Learning Method

Liyuan Shi, Huili Gong, Beibei Chen, Chaofan Zhou
2020 Remote Sensing  
Groundwater level change and thickness of the Quaternary deposit were obtained from hydrogeological data.  ...  In the Beijing Plain, land subsidence is one of the most prominent geological problems, which is affected by multiple factors.  ...  Acknowledgments: We are grateful for the ground subsidence level measurement data provided by the Beijing Institute of Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12244044 fatcat:4hcr7q3ugbdvfav726is3jycly

Quantifying Ground Subsidence Associated with Aquifer Overexploitation Using Space-Borne Radar Interferometry in Kabul, Afghanistan

Gauhar Meldebekova, Chen Yu, Zhenhong Li, Chuang Song
2020 Remote Sensing  
Investigation of hydrogeological data further reveals that the observed subsidence could be attributed to the presence of highly compressible clayey soils.  ...  This detailed space-borne regional survey provides new insights into the main governing mechanism of land subsidence in Kabul and may direct better mitigation plans of potential hazards.  ...  Groundwater Static Water Level data was provided by the National Water Affairs Regulation Authority (NWARA) of Afghanistan. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12152461 fatcat:bkn5igyc4rdm3ikyuoy3eqggv4
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