Geohazard and Protection Against Natural Disasters

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  • Introduction to the geoenvironment
  • Man’s relationship with nature
  • Overview of Slovenian and European environmental legislation and legislation related to protecting against natural disasters
  • Threatening natural and anthropogenic environmental phenomena
  • Managing environmental resources
  • Management of waste and pollution
  • Tools and procedures in environmental geology
  • Environmental impacts and practices for their reduction when performing major interventions in the terrain (in the construction of infrastructure, energy
    and other environmentally-unfriendly facilities)
  • Geological hazard (earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides and rockfalls, subsidence, Karst precipices, weathering, hydrogeochemical impacts on underground structures and foundations, coastal erosion)
  • Geohazard maps
  • Management of geohazard and risk (possibility or danger before the event, the event and the rehabilitation procedures that take place during or after the event)
  • Monitoring (techniques, planning)

Geology (MAG) - Applied Geology (AG)

LevelYearSemesterETCS
2125

Hours

LecturesSeminarsPractiseOtherΣ
30045075

Staff

TeacherBarbara Čenčur Curk
Assistant
Technician

Exam schedules

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