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sub·si·dence

(sŭb-sī'dĕns),
Sinking or settling in bone, as of a prosthetic component of a total joint implant.
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sub·si·dence

(sŭb'si-dĕns)
Sinking or settling in bone, as of a prosthetic component of a total joint implant.
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subsidence

(sŭb-sīd′ĕns) [L. subsidere, to sink down]
The gradual disappearance of symptoms or manifestations of a disease.
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Geological Survey) (2000) Land subsidence in the United States (FS-165--00).
and Zhang, J.: 2014, Land subsidence and ground fissures in Xi'an, China 2005-2012 revealed by multi-band InSAR time-series analysis.
The objectives of the study includes to investigate sweater intrusion along coastal zones of Pakistan through scientific observations to assess rate of sea level rise and land subsidence, to find out causes of erosion through scientific observation and relevant data for assessing its impacts on coastal areas.
An alarming map of the land subsidence was prepared by researchers in Korea.
The hydraulic head variation in the pumped layer has a significant effect on the process of land subsidence. Therefore, it is necessary to simulate the deformation process of each aquifer in a multilayer aquifer system due to the hydraulic head variation in the pumped layer by applying a numerical model.
Zhang, "Land subsidence and ground fissures in Xi'an, China 2005-2012 revealed by multi-band InSAR time-series analysis," Remote Sensing of Environment, vol.
The objective of this study was to measure the land subsidence in Quetta valley and identify the effects of groundwater withdrawals on land subsidence.
In a seminar held recently in Karachi under arrangements of National Institute of Oceanography, experts warned that sea intrusion along with sinking of Indus delta due to land subsidence presents a serious threat to Pakistan's coastline.
Rizos (2008), "Land Subsidence Monitoring in Australia and China Using Satellite Interferometry," Observing our Changing Earth, 743-750.
(2) Induced mainly by human activities on a local rather than global scale, this phenomenon, known as land subsidence, can outpace sea-level rise substantially.
LAND subsidence in the Limnes area of Pissouri is being investigated, the interior ministry said on Friday, and measures will be put in place.
Because of the rush to build HEPs, houses are developing cracks, the Ganga is drying up and the cases of landslide and land subsidence are going up." The MoEF denies it has any bias.