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Bosman, Zoé (author)
Over the years, InSAR has become an indispensable tool in the study of ground deformation, including volcanic deformation, and this continues to be the case in times of improved technology. Since the volcanoes on the Caribbean islands of Saba and St. Eustatius are active, the implementation of an InSAR-based monitoring system is crucial to...
master thesis 2023
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Nouguès, Laura (author)
For hundreds of years, ditch water levels in Dutch agricultural peatlands have been lowered to increase the loading capacity of farming parcels. This lowering results in groundwater levels in the middle of the parcels that fall a few decimeters under the ditch levels. When the groundwater level in a peat soil is lowered, newly uncovered peat is...
master thesis 2021
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Felius, Max (author)
Undiscovered underground cavities might exist in the subsurface. A catastrophic ground failure event follows when such a cavity starts to migrate upwards and finally intersects with the surface, resulting in a sinkhole. Catastrophic collapse events are usually preceded by precursory subsidence. An upward migrating cavity causes the development...
master thesis 2021
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Tollenaar, Veronica (author)
Measurements of a tachymetric network in the geothermal area of Bjarnarflag in North-East Iceland are performed during four consecutive years (2015-2018). For the yearly adjustment of the measurements an alternative iteration scheme to Baarda’s ’B-method of testing’ is proposed, because the level of significance of the F-test performed in the...
student report 2019
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