Hošek M.: When the National Park really is the National Park? The Global Protected Area Categorisati
In the Czech Republic, classification of protected areas into the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Protected Area Management Categories has been applied as the information attached to each Specially Protected Area (SPAs) for more than ten years.
Šedina P. & Bejček P.: On the Entry and Access of Vehicles to Specially Protected Areas in the Czech
In the Czech Republic, a possibility to enter into the landscape has been traditional. Freedom of movement and residence is guaranteed by the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms, but it can be restricted by a law because of nature conservation reasons for that.
Karst and pseudokarst phenomena including many caves became an integrated part of abiotic nature in the National Parks (NPs) in the Czech Republic.
Together with the selected National Nature Reserves and the Protected Landscape Area first zones, the National Park network harbours the most valuable parts of the preserved natural environment in the Czech Republic.
Bufková I.: Improving Disturbed Water Regime in Peat-bogs in the Šumava/Bohemian Forest Mts. Nationa
In the Šumava/Bohemian Forest Mts. National Park (NP), inventories carried out in the past years showed that almost 70% of peat-bogs have been affected by drainage there.
In the Giant Mountains (Krkonoše in Czech, Riesengebirge in German, Karkonosze in Polish), Mountain Pine (Pinus mugo) growths occur particularly in habitats above the timberline, i.e.in the area which was defined as the Giant Mts. Arctic-Alpine tundra in the 1990s.
Five decades of the Krkonoše Mts. National Park (NP) – the first of the group of four national parks in the Czech Republic – provide a remarkable reflection of care and management of the national natural and historical entity.