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Tržiškobistriško slapišče

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Hidden : 07/28/2015
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Tržiškobistriško slapišče

Slapišče pod vasjo Dolina je redek primer pregradnega slapišča. Je največje slapišče v kremenovem konglomeratu v Sloveniji. V dolžini 300 metrov lahko sledimo geomorofološko-hidrološkim pojavom Tržiške Bistrice, ki ustvarja značilne skakalce in brzice ter do 5 metrov visoke slapiče.

Skalni bloki kremenovega konglomerata v strugi Tržiške bistrice pod zaselkom Na Jamah so se odlomili s strmih pobočij Borove peči. Odlomi se dogajajo že tisočletja in tudi v današnjem času, povezani pa so z nastankom doline Tržiške bistrice.Reka je skalne bloke v strugi že lepo zaoblila, prek njih pa ustvarila slapišče, ki je še posebej mogočno ob dolgotrajnem deževju in po močnješih nalivih.

Kremenov konglomerat je najtrdnejša kamnina in najstarejša v soteski. Tako kot vse kamnine v Dovžanovi soteski je tudi ta usedlina ali sedimentna kamnina. Nastala je na podoben način kot trbiška breča. Pred skoraj 300 milijoni let so bile Karavanke pod plitvim morjem, reke so vanj s kopnega prinašale prod, pesek in glino iz katerih so kasneje nastali konglomerati. Za razliko od trbiške breče so tu prodniki zelo lepo zaobljeni, kar kaže na njihovo dolgo pot. Tesno se dotikajo drug drugega, vmesno vezivo pa je zdrobljen kremenov pesek.
Za vpis zaklada, kot najdenega odgovorite na spodnja vprašanja in mi odgovore posredujete preko GC profila, vendar ni potrebno čakati na moj odgovor, da bi zaklad označili kot najden.
Vprašanja:
1 Oglej si slapišče, zakaj misliš, da so skale tako razporejene po njem?
Neobvezno. Naredite lahko tudi kakšno fotografijo v soteski in jo priložite vpisu.


Tržiškobistriški waterfall

Waterfall valley below the village is a rare example of a separating waterfall. It is the largest waterfall in quartz conglomerate in Slovenia. The length of 300 meters is geomorphological-hydrological phenomena of Tržiška Bistrica, which creates typical jumpers and rapids, and up to 5 meters high waterfall.

Rock blocks of quartz conglomerate in the river Bistrica Tržiška the hamlet In the caves are escaping with steep slopes. He breaks are happening for thousands of years and today is linked to the formation of the valley Tržiška bistrica. Rock blocks in the channel are rounded off nicely, and through them create a waterfall that is especially powerful when prolonged rainfall and stronger in rainfall.

Quartz conglomerate is the strongest and oldest rock in the gorge. Like all the rocks in the gorge Dovžan it is also the sediment or sedimentary rocks. It was formed in a manner similar Tarvisio breccia. Almost 300 million years ago were Karavanke under a shallow sea, rivers into the land earn gravel, sand and clay from which they later formed conglomerates. Unlike Tarvisio breccia there are very nice rounded pebbles, which show their long way. Close touching each other, the intermediate binder, the crushed quartz sand.

Here are the questions necessary for logging this cache as found. Please send the reply through the contact form, but do not wait for my reply, log right away. Questions:
1 Take a look of the waterfall, why you think that the rocks are placed it this way whic they are placed?
Optional. You can make some photos in the gorge and attach it to log.

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