Many professionals deal with water quality monitoring in the Czech Republic with various goals and various quality of gathered information. The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI) has built and developed a unified longterm monitoring system providing comparable high quality data at a nation- al scale.
List of articles from – 2/2016
Temporal and spatial changes in concentrations of selected radionuclides (tritium, radiostrontium and radiocaesium) were assessed in the parts of the Vltava and Elbe river basins affected by the operation of the Temelín Nuclear Power Plant.
Horizontal and vertical flow constructed wetlands belong among frequently used near-natural methods of treatment of wastewater from small municipalities in the Czech Republic. They consist of one or more filter fields connected in series or in parallel.
SWOT Analysis is a technique used to identify Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats related to a certain project, type of business, business plan, strategic investment, policy (meant as a measure), etc. This method of analysis is predominantly applied in marketing, but also in policy analysis and development.
During 2011–2015 we have studied water springs remaining in big cities. The main objective was verifying the possibility of using local springs as local sources of water in risk situations as failures of water or energy supply systems.
At the time of changing climatic conditions and reducing the quantity of raw material it is necessary to start saving water and raw materials.
Interview with general director of Povodí Vltavy the state enterprise RNDr. Petr Kubala.
In the Water Research Institute of T. G. Masaryk, p. r. i., specialized institutions operates in the field of waste management – Centre for Waste Management (CeHO). Since 2001, CeHO contributes significantly to the provision of professional support Waste Management Department of the Ministry of the Environment.
Hydrosphere is facing a global water crisis caused by uneven availability of fresh water in time and space, overuse of resources, environmental degradation and frequent occurrence of floods and droughts.
The plenary session of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences took place in Prague and has been approved Prague Statement
The Czech capital city had in the period between June 20 and July 2, 2015 the honor to host the 26th General Assembly of the International Union of geodetic and geophysical (International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, IUGG), on which showed an interest in nearly 5,000 scientists from around the world.