Temuujin_Khureltogoot_2020.pdf

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Mongolia has a vast land area but it has a population for 3.5 million only, of which half of them live in Ulaanbaatar as a capital city of Mongolia. This not only increases the population density of the city, but also causes many negative consequences in the current manner. One of these is the issue of icing in the suburbs of the city. Icing is a sheet like mass of layered ice formed on the ground surface, or on river or lake ice, by freezing of successive flows of water that may seep from the ground, flow a spring or emerge from below river or lake ice through fracture [1]. The icing of Ulaanbaatar is being often caused by source of soil water or springs. In the present day, the number of households with an icing problem has been reached up to 200, and has resulted in a total loss of several billions of currency [2]. One of this icing problem caused at our study which 19th khoroo of Bayanzurkh district. Our study have determined that the icing was developed by groundwater issue.

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