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Title:Topoklimatske značilnosti in raba tal v Radgonsko-Kapelskih goricah
Authors:Marinič, Tadej (Author)
Žiberna, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Radgonsko-Kapelske gorice so ena najbolj individualiziranih pokrajin v Sloveniji. Območje je lokalno in klimatsko gledano zelo zanimivo, kar se kaže predvsem v pojavu termalnega pasu, ki je posledica temperaturnega obrata. Zaradi posebnih topoklimatskih značilnosti imajo Radgonsko-Kapelske gorice tipično vertikalno razmestitev rabe tal, pri kateri je s svojo dolgoletno tradicijo najpomembnejše vinogradništvo. Gričevje Radgonsko-Kapelskih goric ima, v nasprotju z nižinama Radenskega polja in Ščavniške doline, ugodnejše klimatske razmere, ki ugodno vplivajo na posebne oblike rabe tal. Tako ima Kapela v nasprotju z Radenci predvsem v zimskih in spomladanskih mesecih višje srednje letne in mesečne temperature zraka, ki ugodno vplivajo na rast in razvoj zahtevnejših kulturnih rastlin, med katerimi je najpomembnejša vinska trta. Temperaturni obrat, ki se pogosteje pojavlja v hladni polovici leta, je na obravnavanem območju največji in najizrazitejši v anticiklonalnem vremenskem tipu (A1), najmanjši in najmanj intenziven pa ob ciklonalnem vremenskem tipu (C). Termalni pas, ki je posledica temperaturnega obrata, je prav tako največji in najintenzivnejši v anticiklonalnem vremenskem tipu (A1), najmanjši in najmanj intenziven pa ob ciklonalnem vremenskem tipu (C). Oba temperaturna pojava v veliki meri vplivata na razmestitev rabe tal. V nižini se tako pojavljajo njive in travniki, na pobočjih in slemenih v višjih relativnih višinah, kjer so topoklimatski dejavniki ugodnejši, pa prevladujejo vinogradi. Gozd se pojavlja predvsem na osojnih in strmejših površinah, kjer so topoklimatski pogoji slabši.
Keywords:temperaturni obrat, inverzija, termalni pas, topoklimatski dejavniki, temperaturne razlike med vznožjem in pobočjem, temperaturne razlike med vznožjem in slemenom, vremenski tipi, temperaturno polje, temperaturno višinski profil, raba tal, relativna višina, naklon, ekspozicija, globalno sončno obsevanje, tip prsti.
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[T. Marinič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:91(043.2)
COBISS_ID:19208968 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:QPYIWFVZ
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Language:English
Title:Topoclimatic characteristics and soil usage in Radgonsko-Kapelske gorice
Abstract:Radgonsko-Kapelske gorice are one of the most individual landscapes in Slovenia. The region is local and climatic very interesting, what is mainly indicated in the phenomenon of the thermal belt, which is the result of the temperature inversion. Because of the special topoclimatic conditions Radgonsko-Kapelske gorice have a typical vertical arrangement of soil usage. Viniculture is with its long tradition the most important one. The hills of Radgonsko-Kapelske gorice have unlike the lowlands of Radensko polje and Ščavniška dolina better climate conditions which have a beneficial influence on specific land usage. Therefor the locality of Kapela compared to Radenci has higher yearly and monthly air temperatures, especialy in the winter and spring months. These temperatures have a beneficial influence on the growth and development of some specific agricultural plants. Wine Vine is the most important one. The temperature inversion that occurs more often in the cold part of the year is in the research region the biggest and most intensive among anticyclonic weather type (A1) and less intensive in the cyclonic weather type (C). The thermal belt that occurs because of the temperature inversion is also the biggest and most intensive among anticyclonic weather type (A1) and in its minimum in the cyclonic weather type (C). Both temperature phenomena have a big effect on the arrangement of soil usage. Typical for lowlands are fields and pastures, as for the hill sides and ridges with higher relative heights, where the topoclimatic conditions are better, vineyards are the dominating land usage. The forest appears on shady and steep slopes, where the topoclimatic conditions are not so good.
Keywords:temperature inversion, thermal belt, topoclimatic conditions, temperature differences between foothill and slope, temperature differences between foothill and ridge, weather types, temperature field, temperature and height profile, land use, relative height, slope, exposition, global solar insolation, soil type.


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