||Study of land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal using SAR interferometry in Spain: past and present experiences.
Roberto Tomás (Univ. Alicante, Spain) and Gerardo Herrera (IGME, Spain).
||Land subsidence induced by groundwater extraction in China.
Shujun Ye (School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Nanjing University, China)
Land subsidence induced by groundwater
extraction and associated ground fracturing
in central Mexico.
Dora Carreón Freyre, Mariano Cerca
(Centro de Geociencias, UNAM, Mexico)
and Raúl Gutierrez Calderón (Centro
de Evaluación de Riesgo Geológico,
||Anthropogenic land subsidence in Italy: from a few well-known case studies in the past to several almost unknown occurrences at present.
Pietro Teatini (Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering University of Padova, Italy) and Luigi Tosi (National Research Council, Venice, Italy).
||Current Research Activities of the U.S. Geological Survey in Land Subsidence Accompanying Fluid Extraction in the United States.
Devin L. Galloway (U.S. Geological Survey, USA)
||Interpretation of Subsidence Measurements in South Flevoland, The Netherlands.
Peter A. Fokker (TNO, The Netherlands)
||Subsidence and Groundwater extraction. The situation in the Netherlands
John Lambert (Deltares, The Netherlands)
Quantitative assessment of natural and
anthropogenic land subsidence in oil and gas
productive areas: issues and prospects in
Valerio Comerci (ISPRA, Italy)
||Land subsidence induced by groundwater extraction in the Alto Guadalentín aquifer, SE Spain.
Pablo Ezquerro and
Marta Béjar (IGME, Spain)
||3D displacement field determination in the Lorca subsidence area (Murcia, Spain): Results and implications.
José Fernández (CSIC, Spain)
||German Ground Motion Service based on Sentinel 1.
Michaela Frei, Thomas Lege and Andre Kalia (BGR, Germany)
We have stopped the Land Subsidence in the
Nobi Plain, Japan.
Kenji Daito (Daido University, Japan)