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The authors provide evidence of the necessity to take into account underground hydrosphere state in assessing the stability and dynamism of urban natural-technogenic geosystems. This is because groundwater disturbance often leads to the emergence or activation of negative engineering-geological processes and even hazards. Detailed hydrogeological study of the territories in order to assess the existing natural-technogenic situation requires a change in classical approach to underground hydrosphere monitoring. It is proved that the use of statistical modeling based on spatial analysis and modeling in GIS allows the most efficient use of a small input data amount and to make prediction with the help of deterministic mathematical modelling.

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2019-11-12
2020-04-03
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