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Glavni talni tipi Ljubljanskega barja
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Ljubljansko barje je močvirnat svet v tektonski udornini med alpskim in dinarskim svetom, ki je nastal pod geofizikalnimi vplivi okolja in vremena. Je pomembno agromelioracijsko področje, zato so se pojavile potrebe po sistematičnih preiskavah tal, ki bi nam pomagale razumeti njegov hidrološki značaj. Na prvi pogled raven teren, ima razgiban relief, posut z manjšimi osamelci in udorninami, ki so vplivali na razvoj avtomorfnih in hidromorfnih tal. Številni opisi talnih tipov skozi zgodovino, so bili narejeni po različnih sistemih klasifikacije. V diplomski nalogi je opisanih 5 avtomorfnih ter 10 hidromorfnih glavnih talnih tipov, ki se pojavljajo na barju. Talne tipe smo skupaj s primeri opisov tal opredelili na trenutno verzijo Slovenske klasifikacije tal in Mednarodnega klasifikacijskega sistema za poimenovanje tal (Mednarodna klasifikacija ..., 2015).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Ljubljansko barje, barjanska tla, avtomorfna, hidromorfna, šota, hidromelioracije
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Year:2020
Publisher:[M. Popit]
UDC:631.44:662.641.1:631.6(497.4 Ljubljansko barje)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:29975555 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Main soil types on Ljubljansko barje (Ljubljana moor)
Abstract:
The Ljubljana moor is a swampy area in a tectonic intrusion between the Alpine and Dinaric territory, which was formed under many geophysical processes and weather conditions. It is an ameliorative area important for agriculture, so there is a need for systematic investigations to help us to understand its hydrological nature. At first glance, the level terrain has a varied relief, sprinkled with small hills and intrusions, which influenced the development of automorphic and hydromorphic soils. Numerous descriptions of soil types throughout history have been made according to different classification systems. The diploma describes 5 automorphic and 10 hydromorphic main soil types that occur in the moor. Soil types, together with examples of soil descriptions, were defined on the current version of the Slovenian Soil Classification and the International soil classification system for naming soils and creating legends for soil maps (Mednarodna klasifikacija ..., 2015).

Keywords:Ljubljana moor, marsh, automorphic, hydromorphic, hydromelioration, peat

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