Magdalena Łucka

Magdalena Łucka
AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków | AGH · Department of Mining Areas Protection, Geoinformatics and Mining Surveying

Master of Engineering
PhD Student at AGH UST (Cracow, Poland)

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Introduction
I am a graduate of the Faculty of Mining Surveying and Environmental Engineering at AGH UST in Cracow. Currently I am a PhD student at the Department of Mining Areas Protection, Geoinformatics and Mining Surveying. In my research I focus on the use of satellite images to detect movements of the terrain and monitor environmental changes. My interests include observation of man-induced tremors, tectonic earthquakes, glaciers and other natural or man-made hazards.
Education
March 2019 - July 2020
AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków
Field of study
  • Geoinformation and Mining Surveying
October 2015 - February 2019
AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków
Field of study
  • Geodesy and Cartography

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Publications (6)
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The study analyzes the changes in dynamics of the Jakobshavn Glacier in summer and winter in 2017 and 2021. Satellite radar observations and the available database were used for this. Moreover, the influence of the time baseline between SAR images on the quality of the results was also investigated. The velocities computed from Sentinel-1 images an...
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Horizontal strains related to mining-induced subsidence may endanger infrastructure and surface users' safety. While directional horizontal strains should be well determined, appropriate solutions for a complete assessment of the terrain surface deformation field are still required. As a result, the presented study examined a new method for calcula...
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The marine-terminating glaciers are one of the biggest contributors to global sea-level rise. Research on this aspect of the effects of global climate change is developing nowadays in several directions. One of them is the monitoring of glacier movements, especially with satellite data. In addition to well-known analyzes based on radar data from av...
Conference Paper
Mining exploitation is associated with the occurrence of adverse environmental effects. The most serious of such effects is land subsidence. Although land subsidence can be well predicted and mitigated by several methods, nevertheless, the extraction of mineral deposits is also associated with induced seismicity. The occurrence of seismic events ca...

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