Viktoria Mikita

Viktoria Mikita
University of Miskolc · Department of Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology

Doctor of Philosophy

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The compaction of the soil basically determines its behavior. As an effect of the vertical loads, the effective stresses increasing in the soil, that cause plastic (compaction) and elastic deformations. The presentation summarizes the first measurements results but also focuses on the further applicability of CT in the other fields of agricultural...
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Ground water is a source for drinking and industrial water supply and pollution created by active industrial sites which often cause social, health, and environmental problems. This groundwater eventually drains into adjacent water sources. Filtration Materials for Groundwater: A Guide to Good Practice presents the up-to-date technology of purifica...
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Groundwater knowledge and research in the European Union is often scattered and non-standardised, because of different subjects involved and different approaches from Member States. The Horizon2020 project KINDRA has conducted an EU-wide assessment of existing groundwater-related practical and scientific knowledge based on a new Hydrogeological Res...
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The historical Ukrainian rock-salt mining town of Solotvyno and its environmentally related problems are well-known. A complex monitoring system is needed to evaluate the current situation in order to revitalize the investigated area. In addition to other risks, surface deformation due to undermining is one of the major risks endangering building i...
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This paper presents the behavior of loose soils under vertical loads investigated by computed tomography. In order to determine the different bearing characteristics and to understand the compaction distributions in the soil samples, a static compression test series were carried out with the help of a cylindrical loading head. After the compression...
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The bio-environmental problems caused by sewage sludge and the destructive effects created by disposal of this dangerous poisoning substance are attracting attention. However, there is a remarkable growth of the sewage sludge volume. Therefore, establishing a proper cycle for application and use of this material is a very convenient way to reduce i...
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The abandoned salt mine in Solotvyno, Ukraine, carries significant environmental risks. The inhabitants of the area are considered to be potentially endangered, therefore it became justified to assess the baseline survey of the mining area, the aim of which is to build a complex monitoring network, and then to remediate the area based on the data o...
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Groundwater knowledge and research in the European Union is often scattered and non-standardised, because of different subjects involved and different approaches from member states. The Horizon 2020 project KINDRA has conducted an EU-wide assessment of existing groundwater-related practical and scientific knowledge based on a new Hydrogeological Re...
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In many earth science fields, hydraulic conductivity plays a key role as it helps to measure the volume of fluid that can flow through rocks and soils. In practice, empirical formulas are frequently used to determine the hydraulic conductivity of the soil easily and efficiently. For the determination of hydraulic conductivity, various relations dep...
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The paper presents the behavior of loose soils under vertical loads investigated by computed tomography. In order to determine the different bearing characteristics and to understand the compaction distributions in the soil samples, a static compression test series was carried out with the help of a cylindrical loading head. After the compression e...
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In this study we investigated the hydrogeological problems of an open-pit brown coal mine in the Borsod coal basin with Processing Modflow software. The coal mine is located in the valley of the Sajó-river with high transmissivity overburden layer where the traditional dewatering solutions were not encouraging due to inrush risks and low cost-effic...
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In this study we investigated the hydrogeological problems of an open-pit brown coal mine in the Borsod coal basin with Processing Modflow software. The coal mine is located in the valley of the Sajó-river with high transmissivity overburden layer where the traditional dewatering solutions were not encouraging due to inrush risks and low cost-effic...
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Groundwater knowledge and research in the European Union is often scattered and non-standardised. Therefore, KINDRA is conducting an EU-wide assessment of existing groundwater-related practical and scientific knowledge based on a new Hydrogeological Research Classification System (HRC-SYS). The classification is supported by a web service, the Euro...
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Hydrogeology-related research activities cover a wide spectrum of research areas at EU and national levels. The KINDRA project (Knowledge Inventory for hydrogeology research, Grant Agreement No. 642047) seeks to create a critical mass for scientific knowledge exchange of hydrogeological research, to ensure wide applicability of research results - i...

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Overall objective of the Project: The project aims to minimize flood risk in the Upper‐Tisza River Basin by mapping and analysing dikes and critical sections of flood plains. By applying the methodology that will be developed in order to achieve this goal, flood control professionals will gain valuable information when making decisions, and this method will not only greatly reduce the risk but also increase flood prevention and control. The project contributes to TO8, Priority 1, as the project aims at flood safety, which is in the common interest of 4 neighbouring countries. The project will contribute to making a stronger cross border cooperation among the Hungarian‐Slovakian‐Romanian‐Ukrainian organizations and stakeholders in the Upper‐Tisza region, for flood risk reduction, to reduce the risk of adverse effects on human health and life, the environment, cultural heritage, economic activities and infrastructure and to provide more effective protective measures More information and news can be found on: https://dikeinspect.uni-miskolc.hu/
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The overall objective is to support the rehabilitation process and revitalization of the Solotvyno and surrounding area with cross-border cooperation in environmentally sustainable way. The realization is a survey (geological, geomorphological, hydrogeological and hydrological) and the planning of an environmental monitoring system (local and complex), forms the mid and long term base of the revitalization of the region and fits to the Upper Tisza region cross-border and transnational water quality protecting monitoring system.
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