Geography of Serbia 1 (NOG31O4)
- Level of study undergraduate studies
Ph.D. Mila Pavlović
M.Sc. Filip Krstić
- Subject status: obligatory
- ECTS: 4
- Semester: V
- Number of classes: 2+1
- Condition: Passed exam from the following courses: Geomorphology 2, Hydrology 2 and Climatology 2.
The subject of study is a complex of natural phenomena in the territory of Serbia and their causative and consequential connections. The goal of the subject is to study and determine the distribution and quality of natural phenomena and their interconnection as well as their impact on human activities.
Based on the scientific observation of natural features, students should be able to learn about the cause-effect relationships between objects, phenomena and processes in the territory of Serbia and their consequences.
Object and goal of studying the Geography of Serbia;
Geographic and historical development of Yugoslavia;
Geographic and historical development of Serbia, size and borders of Serbia;
Specificity of the geographical position of Serbia in the Balkans and in Europe;
Natural characteristics of Serbia and their influence on other geographical features;
Main morphological characteristics of Serbia;
Types of climate in Serbia;
Types of soils;
Flora of Serbia;
Fauna of Serbia;
Introducing students with the subject and methods of research;Complex and scientific analysis of natural features of Serbia; Analysis of: morphotectonic characteristics of Serbia, seismic activities, paleo vulcanic areas in Serbia, climate types and climates changes and extremes in Serbia; hydrological and pedological features of Serbia; Methodology for the preparation and oral presentation of seminar papers.
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Gavrilović, Lj. and Dukić, D. (2014). Reke Srbije. Belgrade: Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstava.
Stanković, S. (2005). JezeraSrbije. Belgrade: Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva.