Comparison of Green Areas of the City Districts Trešnjevka - North, Trešnjevka - South and Novi Zagreb - East

Baloković, Marko Petran (2014) Comparison of Green Areas of the City Districts Trešnjevka - North, Trešnjevka - South and Novi Zagreb - East. Diploma thesis, Faculty of Science > Department of Geography.

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Abstract

Along with being the capital of Croatia, Zagreb is the country’s largest city. Because of its size, the city of Zagreb has been granted the status of a county. According to the census of 2011, almost a fourth of Croatia’s population lives in Zagreb (18.44 % to be precise). The area of the City of Zagreb is 641 km2. Nevertheless, the City of Zagreb does not make a continuously built area; it is more than just a city. A large portion of the City of Zagreb is not built. The thesis aims towards showing the quantity and importance of the green areas for Zagreb – in essence, towards showing the intertwinement of greenery and infrastructure. Trešnjevka and Novi Zagreb – East were chosen for the analysis because, being very close to and well connected with the city centre, they make an inseparable part of the urbanized City of Zagreb while having large green areas themselves. Trešnjevka and Novi Zagreb – East lie on the opposite sides of the river and are located in different parts of the city (Trešnjevka being in the west and Novi Zagreb – East in the south). Data for the thesis had been gathered through the field work and from secondary sources. Thereafter, the gathered data was analysed using a computer, especially GIS software.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma thesis)
Keywords: green area, green place, greenery, park, city, town
Supervisor: Stiperski, Zoran
Date: 2014
Number of Pages: 63
Subjects: NATURAL SCIENCES > Geography
Divisions: Faculty of Science > Department of Geography
Depositing User: Inja Cahun
Date Deposited: 07 Jan 2015 13:42
Last Modified: 07 Jun 2016 10:16
URI: http://digre.pmf.unizg.hr/id/eprint/3587

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