By MIROSLAV PENKA, MIROSLAV VYSKOT, EMIL KLIMO and FERDINAND VAàÍČEK (Eds.)
Technical water administration measures within the inundation area of southern Moravia considerably affected stipulations of terrestrial and water ecosystems. adjustments in ecological stipulations and response of biota within the ecosystems of floodplain forests and meadows and controlled watercourses and retention reservoirs have been studied in the UNESCO ''Man and the Biosphere'' programme for numerous years by means of a multi-disciplinary staff of clinical employees. A huge quantity of information from many clinical disciplines allows a deeper perception into complexity of ecological kinfolk after an intervention into panorama to ecologists, water managers, foresters, agronomists and biologists of other specializations
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Extra resources for Floodplain Forest Ecosystem: II. After Water Management Measures
Stât zemëd. , Prague, 155 pp. Vâvra, M. , 1979. Area land reclamation in Morava and Silesia after the establishment of the State fund for land reclamation (in Czech). ) Acta Univ. Agric, Brno, Ser. A, 27: 177-194. F. 6 Changes in the use of agricultural land F. VASICEK Since the Middle Ages land originally overgrown by floodplain forests has been used for agriculture. Enclaves felled in the forest complexes became grassland communities with solitary oaks which were highly productive. This part of the floodplain forest was used for the grazing of cattle and pigs, and was maintained in this state for a long time.
Prague, branch Brno, 66 pp. Vléek, V, 1985. Development of water quality (in Czech). ) In: V. Barus, A. Buôek, J. ), Geologické aspekty vodohospodärskych uprav na jizni Moravë. Geogr. ust. and Ust. pro vyzk. obratl. CSAV, Brno, pp. 49-52. Zitek, J. ), 1970. Hydrological Conditions of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, 3 (in Czech). ) Hydrometeorolog. , Prague, 305 pp. E. Koèkovâ Water Research Institut Drevarskâ 12 657 57 Brno Czechoslovakia P. 4 The quality of underground water P. HADAS The underground water of southern Moravia has undergone extensive changes, both qualitatively, and quantitatively, as a result of economic exploitation.
3 Pollution and chemical status of the Nové Mlyny reservoirs The accumulation reservoirs at Nové Mlyny are a completely new feature of the southern Moravia countryside and, in view of their relatively large area and shallow depth, represent a very complex problem, especially regarding the hydrobiological and chemical conditions. Many questions relating to the func tion of these water ecosystems have still to be resolved, and since this is the first phase of the functioning of these works, certain detailed data on them will be considered here.