DETERMINING TRAKING STATIONS FOR THE DRY SALT EXPLOITATION METHOD TIME BEHAVIOUR

C. Arsene, M. V. Ortelecan, T. Oneț

Abstract


After the exploitation of useful minerals, the rocks around the remaining spaces tend to occupy them, due to the pressures that arise. Existing displacements may extend, affecting the terrestrial surface and edifices existing in the recess area. In order to determine the magnitude of these manifestations and evaluate their evolution, it is necessary to establish a network of points (the tracking station) for observations to be made through topographic methods for the determination of the movement elements before the extraction of the useful mineral substance.

Keywords


tracking, topographic methods, tracking stations, subsidence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v1i101.12722