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The results of magnetic soil and underlying rocks studies at the area near Lake Glinka (Kyiv, Ukraine) are considered. This study was performed as a part of the landslide investigation of the urban environment of the agglomeration. The aim was to detect the natural and man-made processes affecting critical infrastructure. The soil of the study area is grey forest (Greyic Phaeozems Albic in WRB) with signs of urban soil. Magnetic studies were conducted at two points at the high landslide bank of the Lake Glinka, as well as at the opposite low bank. The classification of the polygons is made by the attracting the magnetic susceptibility and its frequency dependence. The magnetic properties of soils are important for the joint interpretation with electric tomography, GPR measurements, and GIS analysis of the national landslide database of Ukraine. The results are useful for the development of the algorithm for the environmental monitoring of the critical infrastructure at the urban area. The exogenous processes on the slopes various depending of the moisture and composition of the rocks. The gravity and hydrodynamic processes plays important role. The optimal algorithm of the application the hydrogeology studies to identify landslide processes is considered.

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2020-05-11
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