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University of Novi Sad (2018)

Calculation of soil erosion intensity in Polimlje (Montenegro and Serbia) and Širindareh basin (Iran) using the WIntErO model

Vujačić, Duško

Titre : Calculation of soil erosion intensity in Polimlje (Montenegro and Serbia) and Širindareh basin (Iran) using the WIntErO model

Auteur : Vujačić, Duško

Université de soutenance  : University of Novi Sad,

Grade : Doktorska disertacija 2018

Résumé
The subject of this paper is the geographical area of the Lim Basin from Plav Lake to the dam "Potpeć", as a spatial-functional unit, spreading in the territories of the countries of Montenegro (2,334 km2), Serbia (2407,7 km2) and Albania 115.5 km2). In mathematicalgeographical terms, the research area is between 42 ° 37 ’and 43 ° 30’ north latitude and 17 ° 10 ’and 17 ° 23’ east longitude. The research area is located in the north of Albania, east and north-east of Montenegro, and in the southwest of Serbia. Using the computer-graphic method of the "WintErO" program, in the study of the erosion and intensity of erosion, the surface values (surface of the basins, the area between isohipins, etc.) and length, The distance from the map (the length of the main watercourse, the length of the line of the water line, etc.) is very precisely processed, which was not always the case with the use of mechanical instruments, planimeters and curvimeters. By obtaining the obtained physicalgeographic inputs, after entering the data, results were obtained. A detailed view of this computer graphic method is presented in the results of this doctoral dissertation. Part of the research of this doctoral thesis was done in the area of the northeast of Iran, in the Shirindareh basin. About 100 million hectares of Iranian territory are exposed to erosion or other types of chemical and physical degradation (Kheirodin, 2016). Erosion by water entangles large areas in Iran, destroying fertile agricultural land (Sadeghi, 2017). Almost 35 million hectares of Iran are under the influence of various types of water erosion (Zakerinejad and Maerker, 2015). This fact was also a cause and challenge for the research to partly look at this issue in Iran, testing the new WIntErO model on one of the basins in Iran.

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