The paper presents the results of hydraulic research of flow through bridge structure with free water surface and submerged inlet on a physical model. It compares current knowledge with measured data and discusses the differences.
List of articles from – 3/2020
The water quality monitoring of selected streams in Prague (which harbour in their catchment area natural bathing places) during 2018–2019 included also the monitoring of two hydrobiological indicators; the phytobenthos and macroinvertebrates communities.
Water quality monitoring has a much shorter history in the Czech Republic (CR) than water quantity monitoring. Yet the quality of water resources is crucial for society, industry and agriculture.
The paper provides actual clear information about viruses and coronaviruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the possibility of contamination of surface water and wastewater by this virus.
Simulation of the restoration of the meander Jordan of the Orlice River and its impact on the adjacent quaternary aquifer
An urgent issue of the water management institutions in the Czech Republic is enhancement of the water retention in the environment. One of the solutions presented by Elbe river basin authority is restoration of the meander Jordan of the Orlice River.
Interview with JUDr. Vratislav Janda, Nestlé’s Director of Corporate Affairs for the Czech Republic on waste, water consumption and environmental sustainability.
By Resolution No. 289 of 29 April 2019, the Government of the Czech Republic approved the Action Plan for the Implementation of the National Strategy for Open Access to Scientific Information of the Czech Republic.
Environmental protection is one of the important societal needs. Appropriately oriented applied research is also necessary for its fulfillment.
According to the family’s announcement, a long-term employee of the Brno Branch of VÚV TGM died on 13 February 2020, whose lifelong work in the field of water management culminated in ten years of activity as the General Director of the Morava River Basin District.