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Title:Ekološka problematika Blejskega jezera : diplomsko delo visokošolskega strokovnega študija Varnost in policijsko delo
Authors:Čebašek, Alenka (Author)
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Files:.pdf VS_Cebasek_Alenka_2013.pdf (576,06 KB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Problem Blejskega jezera se danes kaže v njegovi onesnaženosti. Pojav onesnaževanja se je pričel z razvojem turizma ter posledično porastom stalnih in občasnih prebivalcev Bleda in okolice. Z razvojem tehnologije in povečanjem števila prebivalstva sta narasli uporaba vode in količina odpadne vode s fosforjem, ki je glavni onesnaževalec jezera. Jezero je bilo najbolj onesnaženo v 60. in 70. letih prejšnjega stoletja. Stanje se je nekoliko izboljšalo s sanacijskimi posegi, kljub uspešni sanaciji pa se jezero še vedno onesnažuje. Virov onesnaževanja je več. Bled kot eden najlepših slovenskih turističnih krajev mora še posebej skrbno ravnati z jezerom, saj je od njega odvisen tudi turizem kot največja blejska gospodarska panoga. Glede na to, da je za sanacijo jezera potrebnih veliko sredstev, turizem oziroma hoteli pa so odvisni od čistosti jezera, saj le-ta privablja turiste, bi moral tudi blejski turizem prispevati nekaj k sanaciji jezera. Za to bi morala poskrbeti Občina Bled, ki bi morala celostno pristopiti k problemu in z raznimi odloki onesnaževanje prekiniti, zastavljene projekte pa čim prej realizirati. Poleg tega, da je turizem odvisen od čistosti jezera, pa slednjo zahteva tudi direktiva Evropskih skupnosti. Ta nalaga državam članicam, da do leta 2015 stanje jezer izboljšajo do te mere, da bo doseglo dobro ekološko stanje. Če Slovenija tega stanja ne doseže, bo morala plačati penale. Glede na rezultate meritev in ugotovitev strokovnjakov bo takšno stanje težko doseči, zato je potrebna takojšnja aktivnost, ki bi pripomogla k izboljšanju, predvsem pa k ohranitvi jezera, saj se stanje še vedno občasno tudi slabša.
Keywords:okolje, vode, jezera, varstvo okolja, ogrožanje okolja, ekologija, ekološka problematika, ekološka kriminaliteta, Blejsko jezero, diplomske naloge
Year of publishing:2013
Publisher:A. Čebašek]
Source:[Ljubljana
UDC:504(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2617578 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:RWN9T9AQ
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Abstract:The initial occurence of pollution coincided with the development of tourism and the ensuing increase in local population and periodical visitors to the Lake and its surroundings. Technological development and constantly growing number of residents led to an overuse of water and an increased amount of waste water containing phosphorus which caused the pollution. The pollution of the Lake was at its worst during the sixties and seventies of the last century. The situation was somewhat improved through the implemented sanitation procedures. However, the Lake continues to polluted. There are a number of sources to the pollution. Bled as one of the most beautiful tourist spots of Slovenia must take extreme care when dealing with this problem as tourism is the basis of its economy. Due to the fact that the sanitation of the Lake requires substantial funds tourism i.e. the hotels, dependant on the clean and unpolluted lake, should contribute to some extent towards solving the problem. The Municipality should approach this problem thoroughly and bring about decisions which would stop the pollution and encourage that the projects which had already been decided upon are accomplished as soon as possible. As well as the fact that the tourism of the area depends on the clean and unpolluted lake there is also the demand of the European Directive. The Directive asks that by the end of 2015 the improvement is achieved to such a level that the Lake can be given a good ecological status. Should this not happen, Slovenia would be liable to pay penalty. Considering that the facts presented in the measurements, and confirmed by the specialists, show that this will be hard to achieve it is of utmost importance that immediate action be taken. Above all towards conservation of the Lake since the situation still from time to time deteriorates.


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