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Analiza zemeljskih plazov na območju Poljan v občini Rečica ob Savinji
Selišnik, Nastja (Author), Verbovšek, Timotej (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Zemeljski plazovi so naravni pojavi, ki jih težko preprečimo, vendar se čedalje bolj zavzemamo, da bi jih poskušali predvideti in s tem zmanjšati možnost nastanka nesreč. Plazovi največkrat poškodujejo infrastrukturo in ceste, najdemo pa tudi primere, kjer pride do smrtnih žrtev. Plazovi tako po eni strani poleg življenj lahko ogrožajo objekte, po drugi strani pa je vsaka sanacija finančno precej velik zaloga, tako za posameznike kot občine oziroma državo. V diplomskem delu sem popisala 16 plazov na območju Poljan v občini Rečica ob Savinji, torej v moji domači občini. Za to temo sem se odločila, ker se še spomnim plazu, ki se leta 2007 sprožil na tem območju, zemljina pa je ogrožala stanovanjsko hišo v tolikšni meri, da je morala mlada družina zapustiti svoj dom. Podatke sem analizirala in ugotovila, da je območje Poljan ogroženo zaradi plazov, predvsem ob ekstremnih padavinah. Treba je poudariti, da je v tej občini dobro poskrbljeno za sanacijo, posebej tistih plazov, ki ogrožajo stanovanjske objekte ali/in infrastrukturo. Od 16 plazov je devet saniranih v celoti. Pri enem od plazov sanacija še poteka, eden je umirjen, pet pa je še aktivnih, vendar niso nevarni za ljudi ali objekte. Večinoma plazovi niso naredili večje škode, razen plazu na Dol-Suhi, ki je delno zasul in poškodoval hišo. Devet plazov se je sprožilo na kontaktu gozda in ceste, dva med cesto in travnikom, trije na kontaktu gozd, cesta in travnik ter dva med hišo in travnikom. Večina plazov je posledica posega človeka v okolje in prekomernih padavin.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Poljane, Rečica ob Savinji, plazovi, sanacija plazov
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Year:2019
COBISS.SI-ID:1496926 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Analysis of landslides in Poljane area near Rečica ob Savinji, NE Slovenia
Abstract:
Landslides are natural phenomena that are hard to prevent. However, we are working on the prediction of landslides and with that reducing the possibility of accidents. Landslides mostly damage the infrastructure and roads, but there are sometimes also fatal incidents. On one hand, landslides endanger objects, and on the other hand, every mitigation is quite a big financial stake, as for the individuals, as for the state. In my diploma I documented sixteen landslides at the area of Poljane in municipality Rečica ob Savinji- my homeregion. I decided for this topic because I remember the landslide in 2007 in this area, and the landslide endangered a family house, and the family had to leave their home. I analyzed the data and I established that the area of Poljane is subjected to landsliding during extreme precipitation. The majority of landslides are a consequence of precipitation and human's spatial intervention in the environment. Although I have to stress that in this municipality, the mitigation of landslides that threaten residential objects and/or infrastructure are well taken care of. From sixteen landslides, 9 of them are completely mitigated. One of the landslides is still being mitigated, one is stabilized and five of them are still active, but they are not dangerous for the people or objects. The majority of landslides didn't cause much damage, with the exception of the landslide at Dol-Suha, where it partly buried and damaged the house.

Keywords:Poljane, Rečica ob Savinji, landslides, mitigation of landslide

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