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Title:MOŽNOST ODJEMA VODE IZ REKE MURE ZA NAMAKANJE KMETIJSKIH ZEMLJIŠČ V KATASTRSKI OBČINI GORNJA BISTRICA
Authors:ID Ciglar, Tomaž (Author)
ID Lakota, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Stajnko, Denis (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis (m2)
Organization:FKBV - Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Abstract:V magistrski nalogi se obravnava možnost odjema vode iz reke Mure in njenih rokavov za namakanje kmetijskih zemljišč v katastrski občini Gornja Bistrica. Prav tako se obravnava potreba po namakanju poljščin, saj rastline s padavinami v času vegetacije ne dobijo zadostne količine vode. Količina padavin se v zadnjih šestih letih manjša; v letu 2009 je padlo v vegetacijskem obdobju nekaj več kot 600 mm padavin, v letu 2013 pa samo še 430 mm. Velik problem predstavlja neenakomerna porazdelitev padavin, za katero je dober primer leto 2013, ko je celo leto padlo 912 mm, kar je nadpovprečje zadnjih nekaj let, vendar je julija, ko je bilo povprečje temperatur najvišje, padlo zgolj 14,8 mm padavin. To je povzročilo na poljščinah nepopravljivo škodo in s tem tudi velik izpad pridelka¸ ter posledično izpad prihodka. Da bi se temu izognili, je potrebno zgraditi namakalne sisteme, s katerimi bi lahko nadomestili pomanjkanje padavin. Katastrska občina Gornja Bistrica ima 250 ha obdelovalnih površin od tega bi se namakalo 160 ha. Za namakalni sistem takega obsega je potrebno zagotoviti vodni pretok 160 l/s. Ugotovili smo, da bi lahko obnovljena stara struga reke Mure zagotavljala potrebno količino vode za namakalni sistem z minimalnim vplivom na vodni režim.
Keywords:reka Mura, namakanje, padavine, temperatura, namakalni sistemi, vodni pretok, kmetijska zemljišča
Year of publishing:2014
Source:Maribor
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-44734 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:NXWTARBP
Publication date in DKUM:30.06.2014
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Language:English
Title:POSSIBILITY OF WATER OUTTAKE FROM MURA RIVER FOR IRRIGATION OF ARABLE LAND IN CADASTRAL MUNICIPALITY GORNJA BISTRICA
Abstract:The master thesis deals with the possibility of using water from the river Mura and its branches for irrigation of agricultural land in cadastral Municipality Gornja Bistrica. It also deals with the need for irrigation of crops, since plants do not get sufficient amounts of water with precipitation. Precipitation in the last six years tends to decline; in 2009 there was more than 600 mm of rainfall in vegetation period, while in 2013 there was only 430 mm. Problematic is also uneven distribution of rainfall; a good example of that is the year 2013 when there was 912 mm of rainfall, which is above the average of the last few years, but in July, when the average temperatures are the highest, there was only 14.8 mm of rainfall. This causes irreparable damage to crops, and therefore also a large crop failure, consequently also a loss of income. To avoid this problem it is necessary to build irrigation systems which can compensate for the lack of precipitation. Cadastral municipality Gornja Bistrica has 250 ha of arable land, of which 160 ha would be irrigated. For the irrigation system of such magnitude it is necessary to provide a water flow rate of 160 l/s. We found out that the renovated old riverbed of the river Mura could provide the required amount of water for the irrigation system with minimal impact on the water regime.
Keywords:Mura river, irrigation, precipitation, temperatures, irrigation system, water flow, arable land


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