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Analiza katastrske rabe v k. o. Šentrupert - od franciscejskega katastra do danes : diplomska naloga
Golob, Gregor (Author), Lisec, Anka (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Čeh, Marjan (Co-mentor), Zavodnik Lamovšek, Alma (Thesis defence commission member), Kuhar, Miran (Thesis defence commission member)

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Abstract
V okviru diplomske naloge smo analizirali spremembe katastrske rabe zemljišč v katastrski občini Šentrupert na podlagi podatkov franciscejskega katastra in novejših evidenc rabe zemljišč. Teoretični del naloge vključuje opis ključnih značilnosti franciscejskega katastra in pregled zakonodaje, ki se nanaša na podatke o rabi zemljišč. V analitičnem delu smo analizirali sistem ledin v času nastanka franciscejskega katastra ter proučevali spremembe parcelne strukture, primerjali pozidavo in na splošno rabo zemljišč med stanjem na začetku 19. stoletja po podatkih franciscejskega katastra in današnjim stanjem. Razvidno je, da današnje zbirke zemljiških podatkov o rabi zemljišč niso tako dobre, kot bi pričakovali, ker niso primerno vzdrževane oziroma je sama zasnova zbirk prilagojena drugim potrebam (ne katastrskim). Kljub temu lahko za študijsko območje zaključimo, da se za kmetijstvo uporabne površine in pašniki zaraščajo, obdelane njive pa postajajo travniki. Na podlagi naloge smo ugotovili, da ima franciscejski kataster zgodovinsko vrednost za vsako državo, saj je primeren za različne analize stanja prostora v času njegovega nastanka.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:geodezija, diplomska naloga, UNI, franciscejski kataster, raba zemljišč, katastrska občina, zemljiški kataster, kmetijska zemljišča, Šentrupert, prostorske analize
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2014
Publisher:G. Golob
Number of pages:X, 63 str.. 9 pril.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:528.44(497.12)(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:6716513 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Analysis of cadastral land use in cadastral community of Šentrupert - from the Franziscean cadastre up to the present
Abstract:
In this diploma thesis we have studied changes of the cadastral land use in the cadastral community of Šentrupert based on land use data from the Franziscean land cadastre and current data on land use in the area. The theoretical part of the thesis includes a brief presentation of the Franzicsean land cadastre and an overview of the legislation, related to land use data. In analytical part, the field names system in the Franziscean land cadastre has been analysed. Furthermore, the changes of land plots’ structure has been studies, and the built-up areas and land use in general has been compared between the situation in the beginning of the 19th century as recorded in the Franziscean land cadastre and current situation. It has been shown, that the current land use data are not of as high quality as it is expected, due to unsufficient update or the concept of databases is adjusted to other needs (non-cadastral). Nevertheless, for the study area it can be concluded, that the agricultural land in use and pastures are becoming overgrown, fields are getting meadows. On the basis of our study we can further conclude that the Franziscean land cadastre has an important historical value for every country, since it is appropriate for different analyses of spatial situation in the time of its formation.

Keywords:graduation thesis, geodesy, Franziscean land cadastre, land use, cadastral community, land cadastre, agricultural land, Šentrupert, spatial analysis

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