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Varovanje virov pitne vode na območju Šmarne gore : diplomsko delo
ID Brišar, Alenka (Author), ID Brenčič, Mihael (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Voda je pomembna in nujna za vsa živa bitja; tako za ljudi, kot za živali in rastline, saj jo potrebujemo za razvoj in preživetje. Zato je tudi zelo pomembno, da ustrezno zaščitimo vodne vire. Pomena vode za obstanek življenja se vsak dan bolj zavedamo in naša prizadevanja za ohranitev raznovrstnosti vseh življenskih oblik so pogosto povezana z našim odnosom do vode, ter posledično z ohranitvijo in varovanjem vodnih virov. Mesto Ljubljana ima ugodne naravne pogoje za oskrbo s pitno vodo, saj slovi po bogatih zalogah kakovostne pitne vode. Prav tako pa je zelo pomembno in dragoceno, da iz ljubljanskih pip priteče pitna voda, ki je neobdelana s tehnološkimi postopki. Vodonosnika za oskrbo s pitno vodo za mesto Ljubljana sta Ljubljansko polje in Ljubljansko barje, ki imata pod samim mestom in v njegovi okolici dovolj velike količine podzemne vode. Na območju Ljubljanskega polja imamo osamelec Šmarna gora, kjer se nahajajo trije viri pitne vode: Klešnik, Koštomaj in vrtina Šmarna gora. Za vodni vir »vrtina – Šmarna gora« z okrajšavo vrtina Šg-1/03 še niso bile pripravljene nobene strokovne podlage za varovanje vodnega vira. Da bo tudi v prihodnosti na območju Šmarne gore prisotna kakovostna pitna voda, je treba vodni vir primerno zaščititi in izdelati vodovarstvena območja. Vloga vodovarstvenega območja, ki se deli v najožje, ožje in širše vodovarstveno območje, je predvsem ustrezna zaščita vodnega vira. Z zaščitnimi ukrepi se preprečuje ali pa vsaj zmanjšuje tveganje onesnaževanja vodnega zajetja. Hkrati pa vodovarstveno območje predstavlja tudi omejitve za razvoj številnih drugih dejavnosti.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:pitna voda, vodni vir, zaščita pitne vode, vodovarstveno območje, zakonodaja, Šmarna gora
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:[A. Brišar]
Year:2022
Number of pages:XI, 30 f.
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-142380 This link opens in a new window
UDC:55
COBISS.SI-ID:133588483 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:04.11.2022
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Language:English
Title:Protection of drinking water resources on the area of Šmarna gora : diploma work
Abstract:
Water is vital for all living things, humans, animals, and plants, because we all need it to survive or grow. Therefore, it is important that we protect our water sources. We are reminded every day how important water is to life. Our attitude toward water and our actions to protect it are closely linked to our efforts to preserve the biodiversity of the environment in which we live. The city of Ljubljana has favourable conditions for water supply and is known for having a large supply of high-quality drinking water. Therefore, it is of great importance and value that tap water is not treated by technical methods. The aquifers near Ljubljana are Ljubljansko polje and Ljubljansko barje. They store large amounts of groundwater under and near the city. In the area of Ljubljansko polje, on the mountain Šmarna gora, there are three sources of drinking water: Klešnik, Koštomaj and the Šmarna gora borehole. The Šmarna gora borehole (abbreviation: Šg -1/03) has not yet been investigated to protect it. To ensure the quality of drinking water in the Šmarna gora area, it is necessary to take appropriate protective measures and designate water protection areas. The task of water protection areas (divided into small, medium, and large areas) is to take appropriate protective measures in each area, thus preventing or reducing the risk of water pollution. At the same time, this water protection area restricts the development of various potentially harmful activities.

Keywords:potable water, designated water resources, potable water protection, water protection designated areas, legislation, Šmarna gora

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