On 18.–20. March 2019 the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark organizes Czech-Danish Water Days 2019. The aim is to open a dialogue between the Czech and Danish actors on reducing the consumption of water and other water management challenges in industrial production, but also in the public sector.
Possibilities of using old topographic maps from the years 1763–1768 for evaluating the development of water bodies and the potential for their renewal
Potential of water areas restoration is a hot topic in present landscape planning. The focus is usually on water areas from mid-19th century where their location is quite good due to maps’ positional accuracy. Yet, we can also use older Austrian military survey from 1763–1768, which enables us to locate dams of water areas and assess potential for restoration of these areas.
Pay it forward – Alias from which is the Průhonice Park producing biomass of cyanobacteria for the Hostivař water reservoir?
The UNESCO World Heritage Site – Průhonice Park is visited by hundreds of thousands of people annually. The view of the park ponds, however, has been immaculate in the past five years because it is covered by a continuous layer of cyanobacteria forming a water bloom.