The Monitoring And Early Warning System Of The Livadia Palace Building Constructions Placed On The Active Central Livadia Landslide System, Crimea, Ukraine
O. Ivanik, I. Kaliukh, R. Havryliuk, M. Demchishin and Y. Berchun
Event name: 12th International Conference on Monitoring of Geological Processes and Ecological Condition of the Environment
Session: Monitoring and modelling of natural hazards and new technologies for risk minimization and prevention
Publication date: 16 November 2018
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Over the last years all the elementary landslides of the Central Livadia Landslide system in Crimea, Ukraine (CLLS) have been active and have had clear tendencies to spatial expansion and multiplexing. Especially this is typical for landslides treating to the Livadia Palace due to forming of horizontal tension cracks with the width of 2-5…50 mm within the Palace, retinue building, church and lower – on the footpaths. High season and activity of local landslides within the Palace and Livadia Park Complex increases the social and economic risks (now the Palace is located within 70-100 m distance from the main scraps of three local landslides as well as in the continuous rock creep zone that causes the formation and development of the cracks on adjacent sites and palace walls and reduces its seismic resistance). The consideration is given to the integrated monitoring system of the Livadia Palace building constructions placed on active landslides CLLS. The early warning system consists of sensors for geodetic, hydrological and geotechnical monitoring of the Central Livadia Landslide system and accelerometers-inclinometers. All monitoring equipment was combined in one system with continuous monitoring and data transmitting to the central data unit.