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TECHNICAL SESSIONS


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Monday, March 19, 2001

8:45 WELCOME

Dr. Adam Chrzanowski, Chair of the FIG Working Group on Deformation Measurements

Cecilia Whitaker, Chair of the Organising Committee of the Symposium

9:00 – 10:30 : OPENING SESSION AND KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Opening Session Keynote Speaker :

The Impacts and Implications of Instrumentation on Dam Safety

Steve Verigin, California Department of Water Resources, Division of Safety of Dams

Keynote Technical Presentation:

An Automated and Integrated Monitoring Program for Diamond Valley Lake

Michael A. Duffy, Chris Hill, Cecilia Whitaker – USA, Adam Chrzanowski, James Lutes, and Geoffrey Bastin – CANADA

10:50 – 12:20: SESSION I : NEW TECHNIQUES IN MONITORING SURVEYS I

CHAIR: Dr. Chen-Yong-qi – Hong Kong Polytechnical University, P.R. CHINA

Mining Subsidence Monitoring Using the Combined INSAR and GPS Approach

Linlin Ge, Chris Rizos, Shaowei Han - AUSTRALIA, and Howard Zebker – USA

Applications of Pseudolites in Deformation Monitoring Systems

Liwen Dai, Jinling Wang, Chris Rizos, and Shaowei Han – AUSTRALIA

High Resolution Topography along the October 16, 1999 Hector Mine Earthquake (MW7.1) Surface Raptures using Airborne Laser Swath Mapping (ALSM)

Kenneth W. Hudnut, A. Borsa, C. Glennis, and J.B. Minster – USA

Application of a High-Resolution, Ground-Based Laser Scanner for Deformation Measurements

Stuart Gordon, Derek Lichti and Mike Stewart – AUSTRALIA

13:30 – 15:00 : SESSION II: NEW TECHNIQUES IN MONITORING SURVEYS II

CHAIR: John Paxton - URS Corporation, USA

Steep Wall Monitoring Using Switched Antenna Arrays and Permanent GPS Networks

Troy Forward, Mike Stewart, Nigel Penna and Maria Tsakiri – AUSTRALIA

Application of Photogrammetry in Monitoring of Marine Rubble Structures

Ng Tsan-wing and Leung Kin-Wah - HONG KONG, P.R. CHINA

3D Deformation Measurement Using Stereo-Correlation Applied to Experimental Mechanics

Dorian Garcia and Jean-José Orteu - FRANCE

Dynamic Monitoring of Deforming Structures: GPS versus Robotic Tacheometry Systems

Robert S. Radovanovic and William F. Teskey - CANADA

Kinematics of a Landslide over the Polyphyton Reservoir in Greece

C. Vichas, C. Skourtis and Stathos Stiros - GREECE

15:20 – 16:50: SESSION III: SOFTWARE FOR DEFORMATION DATA COLLECTION, PROCESSING, AND ANALYSIS

CHAIR: Chris Hill - Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, USA

Epoch-by-Epoch: Positioning Applied to Dam Deformation Monitoring at Diamond Valley Lake

Yehuda Bock, Paul de Jonge, Michael Bevis, Lydia Bock and Steve Wilson - USA

Modern Monitoring System Software Development

Karl Sippel - SWITZERLAND

DIMONS Software for Automatic Data Collection and Automatic Deformation Analysis

James Lutes, Adam Chrzanowski, Geoffrey Bastin – CANADA, and Cecilia Whitaker - USA

Advances in Real Time GPS Deformation Monitoring for Landslides, Volcanos, and Structures

David Rutledge and Jack Gnipp - USA

Development of a Software System for Least Squares Estimation, Deformation Detection and Visualization Analysis

Halim Setan and Bong Chin Nyet – MALAYSIA

16:50 – 17:00 : INTRODUCTION TO POSTER SESSION

CHAIR: Michael A. Duffy – Metropolitan Water District of South California, USA

18:30 – 20:30 : POSTER SESSION
(Papers Added 4/01 -- Listed in alphabetical order by first author)

Monitoring and Analysis of Settlement and Stabilty of an Embankment Dam Constructed in Stages on Soft Ground *
Azm AL-HOMOUD, United Arab Emirates

Recent Movements of Earth Crust in the Sudety Mountains – GEOSUD Project *
Stefan CACON, Poland

Measuring of Horizontal Displacements in European Coalfields *
Ryszard HEJMANOWSKI and Andrzej KWINTA, Poland

A Testing Procedure for Subsidence Analysis *
Frank KENSELAAR, The Netherlands

Tectonic Movements Monitoring of Sudetic Marginal Fault Using Short GPS Baselines *
Bernard KONTNY, Poland

Thermal Observations in Geodetic Linear Networks for Engineering Construction Measurements *
Edward KUJAWSKI and Jacek SZTUBECKI, Poland

Use of Satellite GPS Technique in the Measurements of Deformations in the Areas of Mining Exploitation *
Jadwiga MACIASZEK and Jacek SZEWCZYK, Poland

Modelling of Shaft Deformation in the Area of Mining Activity * Krzysztof PIETRUSZKA and Janusz OSTROWSKI, Poland

The Impact of a Strong Mining Tremor on the Subsidence of the Area Surface in the Legnica-Glogow Copper Area *
Edward POPIOLEK, Janusz OSTROWSKI, Jozef CZAJA, and Jan MAZUR, Poland

Viaduct Of Verrieres, Gps Special Survey Of The Roadway Under Construction *
Cyril ROMIEU, Jacques BEILIN, Thierry PERSON, France

Automated GPS Monitoring at Genewash Dam, California
David RUTLEDGE, Michael DUFFY, Cecilia WHITAKER, Steve WILSON, USA

Stage 1 of Subsidence Monitoring of the Area Surrounding Salto Caxias Power Dam in Brazil *
Marcelo SANTOS, Camil GEMAEL, Pedro FAGGION, Claudia KRUEGER, Luis FERREIRA, Marco SOARES, and Anna SZOSTAK-CHRZANOWSKI, Canada/Brazil

Application of GPS RTK Technique to Ship Hull Trajectory Determination During Launching *
Alojzy WASILEWSKI and Zofia RZEPECKA, Poland

Basement Deformation of a Multi-Story Dwelling with Composite Pile Foundation *
Tang YONGJING and He JINHUA, P.R. China

TUESDAY, March 20, 2001

9:00 – 10:30 : SESSION IV: EARTH CRUSTAL DEFORMATION, EARTHQUAKES, AND REGIONAL MOVEMENTS I

CHAIR: Dr. Yehuda Bock, Scripps Institution of Oceanography's Orbit and Permanent

Array Center (SOPAC)

The Southern California Integrated GPS Network (SCIGN) (Revised 4/01) *

Kenneth W. Hudnut, Yehuda Bock, Frank Webb, Bill Young - USA

Earthquake Prediction Based on Stress or Strain Forecasting Strategy

C.A. Tang – P.R. CHINA, X.L. Ding, and Y.Q. Chen – HONG KONG, P.R. CHINA

Near Real-Time Deformation in Germany - A Contribution to the German Research Network Natural Disasters (DFNK)

Sibylle Goebell, Gero W. Michel, Roman Galas, Christoph Reigber – GERMANY

GPS Vectors Configuration Design for Monitoring Deformation Network in the North of Israel

Gilad Even-Tzur – ISRAEL

10:50 – 12:20 : SESSION V: EARTH CRUSTAL DEFORMATION, EARTHQUAKES, AND REGIONAL MOVEMENTS II

CHAIR: Dr. Kenneth W. Hudnut, United States Geological Survey, USA

Tropospheric Modelling of the regional GPS Deformation Network "Antarctic Peninsula"

M. Mayer and B. Heck – GERMANY

GPS-based Online Control and Alarm System (GOCA)

Reiner Jäger and Simone Kälber – GERMANY

Monitoring Surface Deformation in the Mexicali Valley, B.C., Mexico

E. Glowacka, J.J. Gonzales, F.A. Nava, F. Farfan and G. Diaz de Cossio – MEXICO

Kinematic Deformation Analysis of the First Order Benchmarks in the Netherlands

Arnoud de Bruijne, Frank Kenselaar, and Frank Kleijer – THE NETHERLANDS

13:30 – 15:00 : SESSION VI : DEFORMATION MONITORING AND MODELLING OF LARGE DAMS

CHAIR: Dr. Adam Chrzanowski, University of New Brunswick, CANADA

Milliken Dam: Structural Monitoring of a Concrete Arch Dam

John F. Paxton – USA

The Extensive Geodetic System Used for the Monitoring of a 185 Meter High Arch Dam in Southern Africa

C. J. Pretorius, W.F. Schmidt, C.S. van Staden – SOUTH AFRICA and K. Egger – SWITZERLAND

Use of Geodetic Monitoring Surveys in Verifying Design Parameters of Large Earthen Dams at the Stage of Filling the Reservoir

Anna Szostak-Chrzanowski, Michel Massiera, Adam Chrzanowski – CANADA, and Christopher Hill – USA

Field Evaluation of Engineering Geologic Hazards of an Embankment Dam Constructed Across a Major, Active Plate Boundary, Fault (Added 4/01) *

Azm S. Al-Homoud – UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Comments on the Design and Analysis of Structural Monitoring of Large Dams

Adam Chrzanowski - CANADA

15:20 – 16:50 : SESSION VII: DEFORMATION EFFECTS OF MINING, DEEP EXCAVATIONS, AND OIL WITHDRAWAL

CHAIR: Dr. Anna Szostak-Chrzanowski, University of New Brunswick, CANADA

Studies of Displacements of GPS Stations in Polish Copper Basin Area

Alojzy Wasilewski, Zofia Rzepecka, and Stanislaw Oszczak - POLAND

Behavior of Drilled Shafts in Sandy Soils of United Arab Emirates

Azm Al-Homoud – UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, T. Fouad, and A. Mukhtar – EGYPT

Application of Surveying Techniques for Monitoring and Appraisal of Excavated China Clay Slopes

John Coggan – UK, Doug Stead - CANADA, and John Howe – UK

Geotechnical and Structural Measurements for a Deep Excavation near an Existing Navigable Lock

Jan Kayser and Radu Schwab – GERMANY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2001

9:00 – 10:50 : SESSION VIII: STRUCTURAL DEFORMATIONS

CHAIR: Dr. Heribert Kahmen, University of Technology Vienna, AUSTRIA

Deformation Measurement on Bridge and Tunnel Which Makes up the Fixed Link Between Sweden and Denmark

Svend Erik Breumson - DENMARK

The Use of Kinematic GPS and Triaxial Accelerometers to Monitor the Deflections of Large Bridges

Gethin W. Roberts, X. Meng, A.H. Dodson – UK

Erecting the Inclined Pylon Legs in a Cable-Stayed Bridge with the Support of Strain and Stress Analysis

Witold Prószyński and Andrzej Stańczyk - POLAND

Toward the Implementation of On-line Structural Monitoring Using RTK-GPS and Analysis of Results Using the Wavelet Transform

Clement Ogaja, Chris Rizos, Jinling Wang – AUSTRALIA, and James Brownjohn – SINGAPORE

Wall Monitoring Surveys for Repair and Maintenance of Navigation Locks

James Eichholz - USA

Deformation Survey for the Preservation of Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb

NG Tsan-wing and Leung Kin-wah – HONG-KONG, P.R. CHINA

11:10 – 12:40 : SESSION IX : THEORY OF DEFORMATION ANALYSIS I

CHAIR: Dr. Walter Welsch, Bundeswehr University Munich, GERMANY

Deformation Analysis with Modified Kalman-Filters

Sinisa Mastelicivic – CROATIA and H. Kahmen - AUSTRIA

Modelling of Landslides Based on Monitoring Data and Dynamics of Slopes

X.L.Ding, Y.Q. Chen, J.J. Zhu, and K.T. Chau – HONG KONG, P.R. CHINA

Identification of Physical Parameters by Means of Differential Equetions in the Adaptive Dynamic Filter Model

Andreas Eichhorn and Wolfgang Möhlenbrink – GERMANY

Trend-Signal Modeling of Land Subsidence

Frank Kenselaar and Raoul Quadvlieg - THE NETHERLANDS

Situation Analysis and Stability Evaluation of Large Electron Positron Collider in CERN

Fengxiang Jin – P.R. CHINA, Michel Mayoud, and Jean-Pierre Quesnel – SWITZERLAND

13:50 – 15:20 : SESSION X : THEORY OF DEFORMATION ANALYSIS II

CHAIR: DR. Witold Prószyński, Warsaw Technical University, POLAND

Importance of Autocorrelation for Parameter Estimation in Regression Models

Heiner Kuhlmann – GERMANY

 

Optimal Design of Geodetic Monitoring Networks by Means of Interval Mathematics

Steffen Schön and Hansjörg Kutterer - GERMANY

An Integrated Model for Physical Interpretation of Deformations

Ivo Milev and Lothar Gruending - GERMANY

Models for the Prediction of Lateral Deformations of the Land in Function of the Coefficients of Pressure

Wagdi Naime and C. Osio – VENEZUELA

Identifying Multiple Outliers in Linear Regression: Robust Fit and Clustering Approach

Halim Setan, Mohamed Nor Mohd, and Robiah Adnan – MALAYSIA

15:40 – 16:40 : SESSION XI: ACTIVITY OF THE FIG WORKING GROUP 6.1 ON DEFORMATION MEASUEREMENTS AND CLOSING REMARKS

CHAIR: Dr. Adam Chrzanowski – CANADA

Report on the Activity of FIG WG 6.1

Adam Chrzanowski - CANADA

Models and Terminology for the Analysis of Geodetic Monitoring Observations - Official Report of the Ad-Hoc Committee of FIG Working Group 6.1

Walter M. Welsch and Otto Heunecke - GERMANY

Plenary Discussion on the Future Activity of FIG WG6.1

Closing of the Symposium

Adam Chrzanowski and Cecilia Whitaker