Record details

    Impacts of brown coal mining on the water-bearing system of the Sokolov coal basin with aspects of Karlovy Vary thermal springs protection
Statement of responsibility
    Jiřina Trčková, Tomáš Vylita, Jan Pěček, Josef Hanzlík
    Hanzlík, Josef
    Pěček, Jan
    Trčková, Jiřina
    Vylita, Tomáš
Source title - serial
    Acta montana. Series AB, Geodynamics and Fuel, Carbon and Mineral Processing
    No. 8(115)
    p. 77-97
    17 obr., 3 tab., 4 s.bibl.
    Zkr. název ser.: Acta montana
Subject group
    geneze podzemních vod
    ochranné pásmo
    průzkum hydrogeologický
    sokolovská pánev
    studie environmentálních vlivů
    tektonika zlomová
    těžba povrchová
    tlak hydraulický
    uhelná sloj
    voda termální
    zvodnělý kolektor s hladinou napjatou
Geographical name
    Jehličná (Sokolov)
    Karlovy Vary
Abstract (in english)
   The key object of the project was to assess possible impact of the brown coal extraction in the central part of the Sokolov basin on Karlovy Vary thermal springs. Hydrogeological, hydrological, hydro-chemical and geotechnical data, records regarding mining progress and implmentation of protective measures in open-pit mines and also other available data from the point of view of changes of thermal water regime in the basin bedrock and its surroundings, initiated by mining activity were evaluated. Scientific expertise was used to explain processes taking place in the mining zone and its wider surrounding (spreading of depression spaces as a consequence of discharge of thermal water in open-pit mines, change of chemical composition an gas volume in thermal water, deformation process in the mining area).
   A system of measures for more effective monitoring of changes intiated by surface mining was designed to secure resonable protection of natural medicinal sources and to prevent irreversible changes in the geohydrodynamic system
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (UNM)
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Entered date
    25. 3. 2008
Import date
    8. 8. 2012