Hlaváč V., Koubová M. & Neuwirthová H.: Protection of Birds against High Voltage Lines. Is There a S
The Czech Republic is cut across by 70,000 kilometres of high voltage overhead transmission and distribution power lines. The transmission system also includes more than 750,000 transmission towers and electricity pylons.
Doležalová J., Vojar J. & Solský M.: Using Natural Succession in Restoration of Areas Affected by Mi
The authors deal with reasons, why spontaneous vegetation succession has not been more significantly used in restoration practice in the Czech Republic.
The Hluboká Dike Site of European Importance (pursuant to Act No. 114/1992 Gazette on the Protection of Nature and the Landscape, as amended later, the term for Site of Community Importance, SCI under the European Union’s Habitats Directive) is an at least nationally important refuge for a lot of threatened beetle species inhabiting old oaks bathed in the sun.
Peřinová M. & Obermajer J.: When We Shall Go on a Highway through the České středohoří/Bohemian Mitt
The article highlights some issues related to negotiations and hearings on and granting permission for building Highway D8 which would pass through the České středohoří/Bohemian Mittelgebirge Hills Protected Landscape Area, northern Bohemia.
Vojar J., Doležalová J. & Solský M.: Brown Coal Spoil Banks – A New Opportunity (not only) for Amphi
Despite the ecological value of unreclaimed post-mining areas, in the Czech Republic, however, rigorous technical reclamation still prevails.
Maštera J.: Threatened Water Habitat in Commercial Forests. How to Manage Forests (not only) Amphibi
Threats to water habitats in forests have been recently increasing, particular due to the rapid development of current technologies and measures.
Sádlo J., Petřík P. & Boublík K.: Pine Forests in the Relic Hemiboreal Lowland Coniferous Forest Eco
Palaeobotanical methods have recently revealed that the Doksy Area (North Bohemia) is an isolated hemiboreal lowland coniferous forest on the southwestern edge of its global distribution range. At the same time, vegetation is a relic from the early Holocene developed on the landscape scale there.
Hlaváč V.: Do We Really Need „Bridges for Brown Bears“ Hlaváč V.: Do We Really Need „Bridges for Bro
Habitat fragmentation and consequent loss of the landscape connectivity by transport infrastructure, particularly by highways, threaten many wild animal species. Transport infrastructure permeability for fauna can be provided by either underpass tunnels under highways, or by special wildlife overpasses (ecoductes) above highways.
Vojtěchovská E., Knižátková E., Kašpar L. & Lacina D.: The Lednické rybníky Fishponds in 2011. How t
In 2011, the Lednické rybníky Fishponds National Nature Reserve (NNR) Management Plan launched in 2007 had expired.