Caves and Dam Safety Improving Design with Evidences from Paleoseismology and Paleohydrology
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Karts regions poses enormous difficulties in dam construction and operation. The preservation of dam safety should be firstly based in detailed and rigorous geological, hydrological and geophysical studies. The lack of long-term data on flood frequency and seismic events should be improved incorporating paleofloods and paleoseismological events recorded in the distribution, morphology, type of sediments and their degree of preservation. How paleo flood hydrology and paleo seismological records can help in this sense is are described in this contribution.
Caves Safety, Dam Safety, Improving Design, Evidence, Paleoseismology, Paleohydrology
Molerio-León, L. F., "Caves and Dam Safety Improving Design with Evidences from Paleoseismology and Paleohydrology" (2020). KIP Articles. 807.