MARSCHALKO, Marian, Işık YILMAZ, Martin BEDNÁRIK and Karel KUBEČKA. Variations in the building site categories in the underground mining region of Doubrava (Czech Republic) for land use planning. Engineering Geology, NETHERLANDS: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2011, vol. 122, 3-4, p. 169-178. ISSN 0013-7952. doi:10.1016/j.enggeo.2011.05.008.
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Original name Variations in the building site categories in the underground mining region of Doubrava (Czech Republic) for land use planning
Authors MARSCHALKO, Marian, Işık YILMAZ, Martin BEDNÁRIK and Karel KUBEČKA.
Edition Engineering Geology, NETHERLANDS, ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2011, 0013-7952.
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Original language English
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Field of Study 20101 Civil engineering
Country of publisher Czech Republic
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Organization unit Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enggeo.2011.05.008
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Keywords in English Land use planning Subsidence basin Underground mining Engineering geological conditions Risk Czech Republic
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In terms of demands and needs of ground investigation and foundation engineering, the engineering- geological conditions in the underground mining territories represent anthropogenically in fluenced areas in the most complicated manner, since they suffer the impacts from the underground mining of mineral resources. The subjects of observation are the so-called building site categories, which represent a certain risk factor that must be taken into consideration during foundation engineering and engineering-geological studies in the undermined territories. It is necessary to realise that underground mining is an anthropogenic geodynamic process which significantly varies over time due to mining change, and consequently with variations in the position, shape and size of subsidence in a subsidence basin. All the above mentioned variations should be mandatory knowledge for land use planners, engineering geologists, geotechnicians, foundation engineers and designers because of the evident logicality of these needs. This work presents a case study (Ostrava-Karvina Coal District in the north-east of the Czech Republic) of variations in the building site categories over time, and the results show that the chronology of the changes has a very significant in fluence in this area of interest. The results of the building site category evaluation imply that the majority of the interest area falls within relatively good conditions for founding all kinds of structures. However, it was then necessary to consider variations over time in the surface area of less suitable building site categories. A trend certainly confirmed the existence of the previously presumed mutual relationship between building site categories and subsidence size distribution. It is apparent from the analytic results of the relationship between building site categories and planned development that the negative impacts of mining have been only partly considered, or completely disregarded, in the development planning process. Consequently, future land use planners should carefully consider these particular building site categories as the most important and significant factors in the undermining ofa region. In this manner, development can be successfully planned for present and future safety.
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