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Geomorphologic features of the Krka valley and its river basin, with respect to the section from Knin to Bilušić Buk

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Author(s): Dražen Perica | Danijel Orešić | Srećko Trajbar

Journal: Geoadria
ISSN 1331-2294

Volume: 10;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 131;
Date: 2005;
Original page

Keywords: Krka River | geomorphologic features | slope processes | anthropogenic and zoogenic influences

ABSTRACT
The Krka River and its tributaries make the system of composite valleys in the karst. The composite valley system is the result of lithologic and tectonic relations. The Krka valley is of polygenetic origin. In the canyon sections there are many characteristic slope relief details. On steeper slopes crumbling and collapsing is significant. The debris of surrounding rocks is found in alluvial deposits at the valley widening. In recent times, the regeneration of vegetation is noticeable, which contributes to decreasing intensity of relief shaping by exogenic processes.
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