subsidence


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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.

sub·si·dence

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

subsidence

(sŭb-sīd′ĕns) [L. subsidere, to sink down]
The gradual disappearance of symptoms or manifestations of a disease.

Patient discussion about subsidence

Q. when dirarear subsides what can i eat,its been 14 hrs since last visit to toilet

A. try dry toast.

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The Coal Authority is prioritising investment in the 82 subsidence pumping stations for which it is liable.
The objectives of this study were to: (1) investigate the SOC, total N and total P stocks, and soil erosion in cropland of the Jiaozuo coal mine district in China, 15-18 years after subsidence; (2) examine relationships between the distribution of these soil properties and soil erosion along the slope under irrigation and tillage; and (3) explore the effects of irrigation and tillage on the dynamics of SOC, total N and total P in subsided cropland.
The measure of subsidence, the measure of compaction, and occasionally tidal physique close to the ocean coast, are accessible to plot against time.
Subsidence, caused by growing populations and increased extraction of underground water, oil and gas, is a problem in cities globally.
A planning application submitted by the council said the ground at the condemned block had been suffering historic subsidence since the early 1970s, just after construction, resulting in structural defects and deformation to the load-bearing walls.
Based on the company's weekly update on subsidence volumes, "there has been a rise of more than 350 percent over the past six weeks, and it is likely to rise further as the heat and abnormally dry weather continue to affect already dangerously dry soil conditions," the company said in a statement.
"The big cause of worsening flooding is land subsidence because people are withdrawing too much water from wells.
homes either passage have effects of Michael Owens, project manager of the CA's public safety and subsidence team, added: "This mine shaft was filled in during the 1920s and we believe that the terrace houses were designed and constructed in a way to ensure that the filled shaft was not directly built on.
How much uncertainty there is in subsidence prediction based on Knothe's model parameters from regional observations from USCB in general or from region of given mining plant?
The Coal Authority carried out investigations and found the subsidence was due to old mine workings in the area.
NEW houses are to be built on a Tyneside estate to replace properties that were demolished due to subsidence.