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Comparison of criteria for road safety barrier installation in some countries of the European union
Leonid Ljubotina, 2019, master's thesis

Abstract: In the master thesis we will analyze regulations which define the criterion for vehicle restraint system installment in certain countries of the European Union. We will focus mostly on Slovenia, Italia and Croatia. Even though all of the three states are members of the European Union, have common borders and the “Mediterranean” TEN corridor passes through these countries, it is possible to conclude that the passive safety equipment on the road infrastructure in those states is not harmonized. There are also big differences between the installation conditions of the traffic safety barriers and category selection of the safety barriers. Analyzing regulations regarding traffic safety barrier installation, we will try to define the differences in equipping roads with safety barriers, depending on road category, definition of black spot and the category of the safety barrier.
Keywords: traffic, traffic safety, vehicle restraint system, Mediterranean corridor, guidelines
Published in DKUM: 26.09.2019; Views: 880; Downloads: 100
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The harvestmen fauna (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Sub Mediterranean region of Slovenia - II
Tone Novak, 2005, original scientific article

Abstract: In the present paper, further findings of harvestmen in the Sub Mediterranean region of Slovenia are presented, and comments on some actual problems with the species are added. With the exception of the possible discovery of a troglobitic species in the region, all species living there have presumptively been recorded. With the exclusion of Trogulus gr. nepaeformis and T. gr. tricarinatus, where more species are expected, 34 species and one subspecies have been found in the region. About 20 opilionid species are typical of the region; the others occur in the marginal habitats bordering other zoogeographical regions.
Keywords: zoologija, biogeografija, pajkovci, suhe južine, Opiliones, Arachnida, suhe južine, Slovenija, submediteran, zoology, biogeography, Opiliones, arachnids, harvestmen, Slovenia, Sub Mediterranean
Published in DKUM: 10.07.2015; Views: 2006; Downloads: 50
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Elevational diversity of reptiles on two Dinaric mountains
Boris Kryštufek, Franc Janžekovič, Nataša Režek Donev, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: Elevational pattern in reptilian species richness and species turnover was studied on two Dinaric mountains along the eastern Adriatic coast: northern Mt. Velebit and Mt. Biokovo. Both mountains had similar numbers of species (20 and 22, respectively) and showed a gradual decline in species richness with increasing elevation. Lizard species richness was less dependent on elevation than that of snakes. Pattern of species turnover among 200 m elevational intervals peaked at high elevations in Mt. Velebit and at mid-elevations in Mt. Biokovo. Two elevational zones (0-400 m and 1400-1600 m) contained 100% of a local species pool in Mt. Velebit and 91% in Mt. Biokovo. Effective conservation of reptilian species richness in the Dinaric Alps should thus focus on extreme altitudinal zones.
Keywords: zoology, reptiles, Dinaric mountains, Velebit, Biokovo, Mediterranean mountains, elevational gradient, species richnes, species turnover
Published in DKUM: 07.06.2012; Views: 1909; Downloads: 132
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