Past and Current Project Information
Hazard Assessment of Adverse / Catastrophic Geological (Including Hydrogeological) Phenomena
National Science Program, WP.1.9
The purpose of this work package is to assess the geological hazard of occurrence of adverse and catastrophic geological (including hydrogeological) phenomena, and in the first place to specify the phenomena that most threaten the territory of our country. The research is focused on 4 main catastrophic geological phenomena, namely: landslides, rockfalls, debris flows and active faults. An analysis ...
Period: 2018 - 2022
National Geoinformation Centre
The strategic goal of the project is to improve the coordination and to integrate the efforts of the existing scientific infrastructure networks in the Republic of Bulgaria to unite the primary results in a single complex geo-information center, analysis for assessment, forecasting and prevention of natural and anthropogenic risks and disasters, and involvement in European networks and projects fo ...
Period: 2018 - 2022
Geogenic research of radon potential for evaluation of radon index in construction of new buildings
As early as 1979, the World Health Organization WHO paid attention to the health effects of radon exposure and further classified radon as a human carcinogen in 1988. The main source of radon in buildings is the ground beneath the construction. The geogenic radon potential indicates the probability that the radon source in the building is geologically related. The risk of radon in buildings is oft ...
Period: 2019 - 2022
Sediment-quality Information, Monitoring and Assessment System to support transnational cooperation for joint Danube Basin water management
DTP2-093-2.1 – SIMONA
SIMONA is European project under the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme (DTP), cofinanced by the European Union. The SIMONA partnership has 17 full partners and 12 associated partners, which is a very balanced and strong representation of the whole Danube River Basin (DRB). SIMONA project responds to the current demand for the effective and comparable measurements and assessments of sediment ...
Period: 2018 - 2021
Instrumental monitoring of cracks affecting the stability of the Madara Horseman, Madara National Historical and Archaeological Reserve, Shumen Region
The rock bas-relief Madara Horseman is split by a system of cracks, separating rock blocks and directly threatening its integrity. For this reason, a monitoring system for observation of the micromovements of dangerous rock blocks was built in 1990. It includes 2 high-sensitivity extensometers and 4 pin marks. Another extensometer and several pins were subsequently installed. After several interru ...
Period: 2011 - 2021