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Évaluation de l’aléa mouvement de terrain lié aux processus naturels de dissolution des roches

Abstract : The Tussion Wood, close to Paris is affected by regular sinkholes development due to gypsum dissolution. The insufficient knowledge concerning formation and evolution of these natural origin sinkholes makes it difficult to apply suitable protective solutions for inhabitants safety. In order to develop this knowledge, INERIS has performed a hydrogeological and geotechnical studies of this area. They aim to evaluate the “ground movement” risk. As these are evolutive phenomena, it is necessary to have extensive knowledge on the hydrogeological functioning of the site, the underground water flows being at the origin of the dissolution.
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Arnaud Charmoille, Amélie Lecomte. Évaluation de l’aléa mouvement de terrain lié aux processus naturels de dissolution des roches. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2012, 2011-2012, pp.60-62. ⟨ineris-01869426⟩

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