The BILAN model has been used in a number of research projects and hydrological studies dealing with estimation of water balance for European catchments. This paper is focused on the recent development of the model during last years. The model changes include both core development (new variables representing water use, optional calibration for a system of catchments, saving of state variables) and enhanced user interface that was extended by new graphical outputs and controls allowing interactive use of the model.
List of articles from – 4–5/2015
Possible compensation of negative climate change impacts using the localities for potential accumulation of surface water
The list of localities potentially suitable for accumulation of surface water (LASW) exists in the Czech Republic from the beginning of 20th century.
Experience with measurement of water levels in TGM WRI hydrometric stations (using the system of pressure sensors)
The paper describes the experience with measurement of water levels (particularly low ones) in natural river beds using a system of sensors recording hydrostatic pressure and air pressure.
The article presents the applied methodology and description of the most important results achieved in the project.
This study investigated changes in time series of hydrological balance components using trend detection.
Station that measures vapours Hlasivo near Tabor was built in 1957 and is the only base station that measures the vapours in the Czech Republic.
The paper deals with the regularities of groundwater circulation with respect to extremely low groundwater level occurrence, seasonal and multiannual periodicity and trends of groundwater levels, occurrence of minimal levels and their impact on the enviromental components, methods of groundwater levels forecasts.
Drought has been and certainly will be. On this topic is based conversation with the Minister of the Environment, which includes questions on the continuing heat wave and drought.
Information from the Ministry of Environment on subsidies for adaptation measures granted by the Ministry
Remedy for inappropriate state of the landscape has long been supported through grant programs of the Ministry of the Environment.
Since the mid-80s of the 20th century in the Czech Republic is a demonstrable increase in water temperature slightly influenced by surface water as a result of climate change.
Protection of water resources and the risks associated with water scarcity are the themes that resonate throughout society.
The Global Water Partnership was established jointly by the Swedish Agency for International Development, United Nations Development Programme and the World Bank in 1996 as an international network in order to create a unified approach to the use of water resources.
On 13. May 2015 there was a meeting of the General Meeting Czech scientific water management company. The record of the General Meeting is shown below.