Groundwater-related subsidence is the subsidence (or the sinking) of land
resulting from groundwater extraction, and a major problem in the developing
Land subsidence and relation to withdrawals of groundwater, from the USGS
Water Science School.
Sep 16, 2013 ... Land subsidence is a gradual settling or sudden sinking of the Earth's surface
owing to subsurface movement of earth materials. Subsidence is ...
Land subsidence in the San Joaquln Valley, California, ms of 1980. (Studies of ...
PLATE I. Profiles of land subsidence along the California Aqueduct in the Los ...
The Arizona Land Subsidence Group (ALSG) was originally created by interested
... Land subsidence and earth fissures have been part of the landscape of ...
Land subsidence is defined as the lowering of the land surface. Many different
factors can cause the land surface to subside. Subsidence can occur rapidly due
Mar 18, 2015 ... The Arizona Department of Water Resources has been collecting and processing
InSAR data since 2002 to monitor land subsidence ...
Abstract. Lowering of the land surface of large areas has been a major
unintended consequence of groundwater and petroleum withdrawal by humans.
Dec 27, 2015 ... Most land subsidence occurs the first time groundwater is drawn down to a new
level. Compaction occurs as water flows from clays in the ...
Jul 24, 2014 ... This report highlights the current and historical impacts of land subsidence in the
San Joaquin. Valley due to groundwater pumping and makes ...