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Basic geological and geomorphological characteristics of Ljig municipality for the needs of spatial planning
Milivojevi? Milovan,aliJelena
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0655005m
Abstract: Ljig municipality is situated in central Serbia, in the area of low hills at the southern rim of the Pannonian basin. The paper gives the overview of geological composition of municipal territory (through listed lithological elements, with lithological map), as well as the basic types of groundwater aquifers (intergranular, fissured and karstic). Geomorphological part of the paper offers the hypsometrical analysis (hilly areas at the altitudes from 200 to 500 m a.s.l. are dominant), as well as the relief exposures (northwestern, western and northern exposures are dominant), with the accompanying maps. Apart from that, there is a genetic overview of relief: it was formed by fluvial processes (dominant type), mass-movements, and karstic process. In the conclusion, the potential use of particular geomorphological units is described, with the practical suggestions. The dominant river valleys are in the function of transport infrastructure, while hills are favorable for fruit-growing. Landslides are the main limiting factor in the areas of contacts between valley slopes and alluvial plains. Gulling character of most river courses, as well as dangers from floods, are the limitations as well.
Morphological evolution of through gorges in the stripe karst of the ridge D evrinska greda: North-eastern Serbia
aliJelena,Milo?evi? Marko
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0501003c
Abstract: The paper presents the main characteristics of the limestone ridge D evrinska Greda in north-eastern Serbia, which is a typical example of stripe karst (sub-type of contact karst). Dimensions and elongated shape of the limestone outcrop, as well as its position in relation to the surface drainage network, have led to formation of a number of short through gorges. The conditions of their formation and certain morphological features pointing to phases of their development are discussed in the paper. One of the indicators was the analysis of cave passages positions, which in most cases points to cave development in phreatic conditions. This means that the incision of through gorges is more recent than speleogenesis.
Doline morphometry of mt. Miro using GIS methods
Telbisz Tamás,Mari László,aliJelena
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0702021t
Abstract: Mt. Miro doline karst evolution and its determining factors such as geology, relief and structure are analyzed using GIS tools. The 3064 dolines found in a 123 km2 area support the use of different statistical methods. Doline density (24.9 km-2) is relatively high and mean doline area (1697 m2) is relatively small. Both frequency analysis and field evidence suggest that doline karst evolution of the area is at a relatively young stage. Spatial distribution of the dolines is mainly determined by the Upper Jurassic limestone, and slope angle less than 12°. Furthermore, the anticline limbs and axis as well as the SW-NE trend fault lines are also in connection with doline density. However, doline long axis orientation is tpyically NW-SE, which is not in accordance with the observed rupture systems. Therefore, this issue requires further research.
Active landslides in Ljig Municipality
Milo?evi? Marko V.,Milivojevi? Milovan,aliJelena
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0601025m
Abstract: During March 2006, the territory of whole Central Serbia was characterized by frequent occurrences of landslides, that caused enormous damages. The territory of Ljig municipality, with significant share of areas built of unconsolidated sediments, was in great part affected by landslide processes. This paper points to the spatial distribution of these areas, depending on geological composition and surface inclination. Examples of landslides at several most characteristic locations have been presented (in the villages of Ivanovci, Babaji , Veli evac and Liplje). Factors that influenced the genesis and the course of the process are analyzed as well.
Earth hummocks in the regions of Vlasina and Kraji te, Southern Serbia
Milo?evi? Marko V.,Milivojevi? Milovan,aliJelena
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0701039m
Abstract: The paper determines genetic factors of earth hummocks that are found below the lower limit of the periglacial processes. This issue was analyzed in the area of Vlasina and Kraji te, where seven localities with earth hummocks and one locality with palsa mounds. Genetic factors have been classified into two groups: inherited factors (geological composition, temperature fluctuations, vegetation, hydrogeological regime) and additional factors, such as human activities which led to changes of ecological balance and microclimatic characteristics.
Landslides in quaternary sediments of the Belica river
Milo?evi? Marko V.,aliJelena,Pani? Milena
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0904017m
Abstract: The importance of Quaternary sediments as a lithological setting for landslide development is analyzed in the paper. Landslides on the terraces of the Ibar River, close to Kraljevo and Mataru ka Banja, as well as in the alluvial plain of the rivers Ju na Morava and Belica, show that alluvial sediments can have a characteristic of a quasistatic topographical surface. The aim of this paper is to detect the lithological-structural and morphosculptural determinants of landslide development in Quaternary sediments. The case study of landslides in the alluvial sediments of the Belica River and its tributary Slatinski Potok is presented.
Pannonian plain as a morphostructural unit of Serbia
aliJelena,Milo?evi? Marko V.,Gaudenji Tivadar,?trbac Dragoljub
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1201047c
Abstract: Differentiation between the terms “Pannonian Basin” and “Pannonian Plain” is not clear enough in geographical literature. The paper discusses the usage of the term “plain” in geomorphology, as well as the usage of a quantitative method for plain delineation, through calculation of relief roughness coefficient (using a digital elevation model). Qualitative analysis, which includes the definition of dominant geomorphological processes and the distribution of Quaternary sediments, is an addition to the quantitative analysis. In the Republic of Serbia, the area of the Pannonian plain defined in this way is 24,448 km2, which is 27.5% of the total territory of the country. The paper gives the overview of the geotectonic structure and evolution of the Pannonian Basin System, with special stress on the territory of Serbia, as well as the chronology of the Pannonian sedimentation area in Serbia from the Lower Miocene till present. In order to explain the status of the Pannonian plain as one of the morphostructural units of Serbia, the theoretical basics of morphostructures are discussed, as well as the principles of their spatial definition and the relation to the notion of a geological structure. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 47007]
Cave bear (Ursus spelaeus Rosenmüller & Heinroth) males' den from Velika Pe ina in Duboka Near Ku evo, Eastern Serbia
Dimitrijevi? Vesna M.,ali?-Ljubojevi? Jelena P.,Bogi?evi? Katarina
Geolo?ki Anali Balkanskog Poluostrva , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/gabp0264153d
Abstract: More a 100 years after the first research in the cave Velika pe ina in Duboka near Ku evo cave bear remains were discovered in a small chamber cut off from the passable channels by a 7 m high slope. A whole skull, bones of a forearm in articulation, and other skeleton parts were laying on the cave floor encrusted in travertine cover and in some places overgrown by stalagmites. Bones belonged to adult males, which found there the shelter to hibernate, in a short epizode that ended by closing the channels that once linked this part of the cave to a surface.
Spontaneously abandoned settlements in Serbia, Part 1
Milo?evi? Marko V.,Milivojevi? Milovan,aliJelena
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi1002039m
Abstract: The paper presents the results of the field studies of spontaneously abandoned settlements in the Republic of Serbia. Out of 20 analysed settlements, 8 were listed as completely abandoned at the latest Census (2002), while others have been detected in the field, subsequent to the Census. The paper consists of two parts. In the first part, the spatial distribution of spontaneously abandoned settlements is analysed, as well as the components of their geographical position. Three main spatial units of the studied settlements are differentiated: (a) the area along the administrative border between central Serbia and the Autonomous province Kosovo and Metohija; (b) mountains Stara Planina and Burel; and (c) the regions of Vlasina and Kraji te. Three components of geographical position are analysed: mathematical-geographical, physio-geographical and administrative-political. Apart from these spatial components, geographical position is analysed in relation to historical circumstances that affected the genesis and evolution of the studied settlements. .
Spontaneously abandoned settlements in Serbia: Part 2
Milo?evi? Marko V.,Milivojevi? Milovan,aliJelena
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi1102025m
Abstract: This is the second part of the article “Spontaneously abandoned settlements in Serbia”, the first part of which was published in No. 60-2 of this Journal. Geomorphological indicators pointing at unsustainability of the studied settlements are singled out. The indicators are classified as morphometric (quantitative) and morphologic (qualitative). Geomorphometry has been used for determination of quantitative indicators. The coefficient of settlement isolation (Ki) is defined, which is a product of road coefficient (Kr) and real relative height (RRH). Morphological indicators refer to the position of a settlement on a certain geomorphological unit (ridge, valley, valley side), as well as to the geomorphological homogeneity of space, determined by geomorphological mapping. The defined indicators of unsustainability are presented in detail as a case study of the abandoned village Smilov Laz, in the municipality of Novi Pazar.
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