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The active development of the northern latitudes leads to the fact that a significant number of sources of technogenic heating arise in the permafrost regions. This shifts the existing thermal equilibrium and leads to gradual thawing of the frozen phase in the medium. This process can significantly reduce the strength of the geological massif and lead to subsidence of the soil surface, depletion of the bearing capacity of the soil, and eventually to the occurrence of landslides and sinkholes.doi:10.17762/turcomat.v12i3.2185 fatcat:gimcqivyivffvlcs7t34eqwbpm