The aim of this study is introduction and practice of chromogenic medium CCA that is prescribed in the amendment of EN ISO 9308-1 standard for detection of Escherichia coli and coliform bacteria in waters with low bacteria background flora.
List of articles from – 1/2016
The National Spatial Data Infrastructure and the Reflection on the expected Role of Cartography and GIS Products provided by the T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute, p. r. i.
The article shows the case of the best practice in the interdisciplinary management of the Spatial Data Set within River Network Section Model based on excellent cooperation of T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute, p. r. i., with the Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre and the Czech Hydro-meteorological Institute.
Small water reservoirs are one of the principal elements of agricultural landscape in the Central European context. The monitoring of the quality of aquatic environment of selected ponds and small reservoirs (SWR) in areas of southern and central Moravia and the Vysočina Region was carried out in 2013 to 2015.
The article deals with the influence of barometric pressure changes on water levels in monitoring wells and other groundwater observation boreholes. An analysis of the problems involved in measuring the groundwater level was performed.
In connection to the assessment of a radiological event, the procedure of rapid determination of the gross beta activity in water was proposed and validated. In cooperation with the radiological laboratories, the method has been tested in practice.
Ecology determined the dilution factors for the KB Alloys facility over ten years ago. The development document record is not clear as to the method used to determine the values. Ecology made an attempt to model the conditions using CORMIX 6.
WRI representative attended a seminar of the Visegrad Group. Summit held in Belgrade. The seminar was focused on sharing experiences of V4 countries in the field of urban wastewater treatment.
The year 2015 was very challenging from an organizational point of view – the General Meeting held in May 2015 under the new statutes adopted a year earlier based on the new Civil Code.
Interview with Ing. Eduard Hanslík, CSc., an outstanding expert on radioecology. Ing. Hanslík, CSc., leads a group of professionals who collectively examine the pitfalls of nuclear power plants and the Chernobyl accident.
Basic hydrological data are provided for any profile of the river network and serves as a basis eg. for the issue water management decisions, etc.