Subsidence damage assessment of a Gothic church using differential interferometry and field data

@article{Toms2012SubsidenceDA,
  title={Subsidence damage assessment of a Gothic church using differential interferometry and field data},
  author={Roberto Tom{\'a}s and Javier Garcia-Barba and Miguel Cano and Margarita Sanabria and Salvador Ivorra and Javier Duro and Gerardo Herrera},
  journal={Structural Health Monitoring},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={751 - 762}
}
The Santas Justa and Rufina Gothic church (fourteenth century) has suffered several physical, mechanical, chemical, and biochemical types of pathologies along its history: rock alveolization, efflorescence, biological activity, and capillary ascent of groundwater. However, during the last two decades, a new phenomenon has seriously affected the church: ground subsidence caused by aquifer overexploitation. Subsidence is a process that affects the whole Vega Baja of the Segura River basin and… Expand

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