maximum subsidence

maximum subsidence

[′mak·sə·məm səb′sīd·əns]
(geology)
The maximum amount of subsidence in a basin.
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As it can be seen from the map, maximum extracted thickness reaches the value of approximately 10 m, while maximum subsidence amounts to 6.
Where these subsidences result over low extraction mines, the subsidence tends to be more sag-like, typically ranging in width from 500 to 1,000 feet and a maximum subsidence of one to four feet.
Because the ground moves inward toward the maximum subsidence area, interior ground compression strains and exterior crack-forming tensile strains develop.
Several mining panels were also exploited there in late nineties but the surface in 2006 was almost stabilized, with the maximum subsidence of c.
The maximum subsidence, since the beginning of surveying, reaches almost 70 cm, i.
The maximum subsidence occurred above the openings with the maximum total height.
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