Boundary demarcation of the damaged cultivated land caused by coal mining subsidence

@article{Xu2014BoundaryDO,
  title={Boundary demarcation of the damaged cultivated land caused by coal mining subsidence},
  author={Xianlei Xu and Yanling Zhao and Zhenqi Hu and Yang Yu and F. M. Shao},
  journal={Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={73},
  pages={621-633}
}
Due to the subsidence caused by coal mining activities, the cultivated land in the eastern plain of China has suffered serious damage. Currently, there is no criterion for demarcating damaged cultivated land for crop compensation, land requisition, and/or land reclamation. This paper describes the development of a new method and assessment criterion for determining the boundaries of damaged cultivated land caused by coal mining subsidence. A damage evaluation indicator system is proposed, based… CONTINUE READING

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