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The article deals with spatial accessibility to public transport stops in Ljubljana. To this end, we determined accessibility through two different methods (buffer analysis and the actual distance analysis), based on the use of geographical information systems. A comparison of the usefulness and reliability of both methods lies at the heart of reading. Buffer analysis has proven to be a faster and simpler method, while actual distance analysis has shown a greater degree of reliability and accuracy. Within the actual distance of 300 m, 400 m and 500 m from bus stops resident 59%, 75% and 84% of the population of the city of Ljubljana according to the later method. Source


Stepisnik U.,Oddelek za Geografijo Fibzofske Fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani | Zebre M.,Groharjeva 8 | Ticar J.,Veliko Mrasevo 49A | Lipar M.,Juleta Gabrovska 3 | And 3 more authors.
Geografski Vestnik | Year: 2010

The massif of Lovćen is a most southern part of the mountain range Zunanji Dinaridi. In the Pleistocene, its surface was highly reformed by glacial processes. Based on the detailed morphographic mapping of glacial features, the extent of glaciation was determined as being far larger than described in previous references. The inner part of the Lovčen was covered with an ice field from where tongues of ice were flowing out. Moraine and fluvioglacial material filled the karstic basins of the Njeguli Polje and Cetinje Polje. The lowest moraines of outlet glaciers were found on the western side of Bay of Kotor at sea level, which until now, was the lowest known moraine material of the last glacial maximum within the Mediterranean. Source


The author analyzes the bibliographic items of geographers between 2000 and 2004 and between 2005 and 2009 according to the Rules of the indicators and criteria of scientific and professional successfulness, adopted by the Public Research Agency of the Republic of Slovenia and valid from 16th July 2010. All scientists with a doctorate in geography, who are employed in geographical institutions or who work in geographical research programs, are included. Source


Perko D.,Geografski Institute Antona Melika ZRCSAZU | Zorn M.,Geografski Institute Antona Melika ZRCSAZU
Geografski Vestnik | Year: 2010

The article presents the development and status of geographic information systems in Slovenia on the basis of an analysis of contributions to the book series GIS v Sloveniji (GIS in Slovenia). This is a biennial publication of interdisciplinary monographs published in even years. It represents a cross-section of two years of research, technical, and educational activities in the development and use of geographic information systems in Slovenia. In 2010, the tenth volume in this series was issued. To date, 294 articles have been published through this series. The presence of Slovene geographers and geographic institutions in the application of GIS in Slovenia is also highlighted. Source

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