|Title:||KARREN OF THE KAMENJAK HUM (DALMATIAN KARST, CROATIA); FROM THE INITIAL DISSECTION OF FLAT SURFACES|
|Authors:||Šegina, Ela (Author)|
Knez, Martin (Mentor) More about this mentor...
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|Tipology:||1.01 - Original Scientific Article|
|Organization:||UNG - University of Nova Gorica|
|Abstract:||Rock relief is an important trace of the formation and development of karst phenomena on various carbonate rock. The existing current state is usually in a rich and diverse stage of homogeneous or heterogeneous development. The various forms of rock relief represent different ways and conditions a karst phenomenon formed and the developmental levels under the same conditions and with the same factors. Research into the connections between different developmental models is therefore necessary. Over time, not only rock relief but also rock forms begin to merge with one another. We are looking at the initial period of the development of a thick rock strata due to rain. On gently sloping rock strata, which tend to disintegrate at the edges, especially when they are inclined downwards, characteristic rock relief forms on the flat surfaces of larger planes, initially due to rainwater and sheets of creeping water and later through three-dimensional dissection and primarily the direct action of rainwater.|
|Keywords:||karren, lithology, complexometry, rock relief, Lake Vrana, Croatia|
|Year of publishing:||2015|
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