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ISSN: 0351-0271
e-ISSN: 1581-1328
COBISS.SI ID: 5091842
UDK: 528=863
Zveza geodetov Slovenije
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Association of Surveyors of Slovenia
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Upravljanje gorskih nevarnosti in tveganj v zavarovanih območjih: primer Triglavskega narodnega parka, Slovenija

Alpine hazard and risk management in protected areas: the case of the Triglav national park, Slovenia

Author(s):

Matjaž Mikoš

Abstract:

Further regional and spatial development of the Republic of Slovenia is based on a wide share of protected areas that pose significant demands for spatial planers. As an example of links between spatial planning and management of protected areas, in this paper we deal with the Triglav National Park (TNP) in NW Slovenia, particularly with the proposal for its 2014–2023 management plan and to which extent this plan takes into account specific conditions that arise from risk areas due to natural hazards as a significant water management expert foundation for planning the use of space. The paper explicitly demonstrates that the determination of hazard and risk areas in Slovenia is truly necessary, and that only a detailed determination of hazard and risk areas in scales 1:1000 to 1:5000 makes possible detailed spatial planning and thus also the management of protected areas. From the discussion, it also follows that the proposed TNP management plan should be upgraded in the field of research by establishing a Scientific (research) council at the TNP Administration, and by establishing a specific targeted research program focused on research in TNP.

Keywords:

natural parks, natural risks, spatial planning, water management, protected areas, Slovenia, Triglav National Park

DOI: 10.15292/geodetski-vestnik.2013.01.112-124

Citation:

Matjaž Mikoš (2013). Upravljanje gorskih nevarnosti in tveganj v zavarovanih območjih: primer Triglavskega narodnega parka, Slovenija. | Alpine hazard and risk management in protected areas: the case of the Triglav national park, Slovenia. Geodetski vestnik, 57 (1), 112-124. DOI: 10.15292/geodetski-vestnik.2013.01.112-124

ISSN: 0352-3551
EISSN: 1581-0267
COBISS: 3664386
UDK: (05) 532;556;626/628.6
Zveza geodetov Slovenije
Publisher:
Association of Surveyors of Slovenia
Zemljemerska ulica 12, SI-1000 Ljubljana
E-mail: info@geodetski-vestnik.com
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