Časopis vydává Agentura ochrany přírody a krajiny ČR ve spolupráci se Správou
jeskyní ČR. V tištěné podobě vychází již od roku 1946.

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Bauer P., Stein K., Kopecký V. et al.: The Landscape Born from Sea – 40 Years since Establishing the

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autoři: Petr Bauer, Vladislav Kopecký, Karel Stein

Bauer P., Stein K., Kopecký V. et al.: The Landscape Born from Sea – 40 Years since Establishing the

The sandstone landscape in northern Bohemia, also known as the České Švýcarsko/Bohemian Switzerland, was declared a Protected Landscape Area (PLA) in 1972.

Ochrana přírody 3/2012 17. 10. 2012 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

Hausmannová I., Heřman P., Jančaříková I., Ložek V., Mottl J., Moucha P., Slezák M., Tichý T., Urban

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autoři: Tomáš Urban, Petr Moucha, Irena Hausmannová, Petr  Heřman, Irena Jančaříková, Vojen Ložek ml., Josef Mottl, Michal Slezák, Tomáš Tichý, Jaroslav Veselý

Hausmannová I., Heřman P., Jančaříková I., Ložek V., Mottl J., Moucha P., Slezák M., Tichý T., Urban

A romantic landscape of limestone rocks and huge forest between Prague and Beroun, with the Berounka River being its natural axis and the Gothic Karlštejn Castle its conspicuous landmark, was declared the Protected Landscape Area (PLA) just forty years ago.

Ochrana přírody 2/2012 23. 8. 2012 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

Pipek J., Ložek V., Šašek J. & Spilka J.: Will the Brdy Highlands Become a Protected Landscape Area?

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autoři: Jaroslav Pipek, Vojen Ložek, Jan Šašek, Josef Spilka

Pipek J., Ložek V., Šašek J. & Spilka J.: Will the Brdy Highlands Become a Protected Landscape Area?

The Brdy Highlands is a distinctive extensive forest complex, valuable particularly due to the presence of mountain and sub-montane phenomena and well-preserved hydric regime. Considerable low bedrock fertility, skeletal soils and harsh climate resulted in minimal human settlement and agriculture or even to their absence there.

Ochrana přírody 1/2012 13. 6. 2012 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

Hubáček J., Peřina V., Rusňák J. & Růžička M.: The Železné hory/Iron Mountains Protected Landscape A

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autoři: Jan Hubáček, Vlastimil Peřina, Josef Rusňák, Milan Růžička

Hubáček J., Peřina V., Rusňák J. & Růžička M.: The Železné hory/Iron Mountains Protected Landscape A

Due to diverse geological processes, the Železné hory/Iron Mountains are really unique. Across the whole Europe, a similar region harbouring a plenty of geological units within the single small area, can be hardly found.

Ochrana přírody 6/2011 1. 3. 2012 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

The Poodří/Odra River Basin PLA staff members: On Twenty Years of the Poodří/Odra River Basin Protec

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autor: Ivan Bartoš

The Poodří/Odra River Basin PLA staff members: On Twenty Years of the Poodří/Odra River Basin Protec

The Poodří/Odra River Basin Protected Landscape Area (PLA) situated in the Moravian-Silesian Region was declared on the territory of 81.5 km2on May 1, 1981 and in total, it is located across areas of 20 municipalities. The PLA Administrations seat is at the town of Studénka. The PLAs landscape has been shaped by humans, particularly by agriculture for a long time.

Ochrana přírody 5/2011 2. 1. 2012 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

Šťastný V.: Remarkable Sedmihorky Wetland

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autor: Vojtěch Šťastný

Šťastný V.: Remarkable Sedmihorky Wetland

The Sedmihorky wetland is located in the Libuňka Stream floodplain within the oldest part of the Český ráj/Bohemian Paradise Protected Landscape Area. In the past, there had been attempts to ameliorate it, but they fortunately failed. Nevertheless, the area has been almost not cultivated.

Ochrana přírody 5/2011 2. 1. 2012 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

Štefka L.: The Moravský kras/Moravian Karst Protected Landscape Area Fifty-five Years Old

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autor: Leoš Štefka

Štefka L.: The Moravský kras/Moravian Karst Protected Landscape Area Fifty-five Years Old

The Moravský kras/Moravian Karst is the most important karst area in the Czech Republic. Since 1956, it has been a Protected Landscape Area (PLA), covering 92 km2. Unique wildlife features as well as numerous archaeological, palaeontological and cultural monuments can be found there.

Ochrana přírody 4/2011 3. 11. 2011 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

Landscape Area – a Jewel of Nature in the South Moravia

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autoři: Jiří Matuška, Jan Juřica, Pavel Dedek

Landscape Area – a Jewel of Nature in the South Moravia

The Pálava Protected Landscape Area (PLA) is located in south Moravia in the District of Břeclav and is situated on the territory of 11 municipalities. A part of its boundaries follows the state border between the Czech Republic and Austria. Covering the area of 86 km2, it is one of the smallest large-size Specially Protected Areas in the Czech Republic. The PLA is a part of the more extensive Dolní Morava/Lower Moravia UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Ochrana přírody 3/2011 7. 10. 2011 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

The Mt. Blaník Protected Landscape Area Thirty Year Old

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autoři: Lubomír Hanel, Martin Klaudys

The Mt. Blaník Protected Landscape Area Thirty Year Old

The Mt. Blaník Protected Landscape Area (PLA) located in central Bohemia was declared on December 29, 1981, covering 709 km2. It main aim is to preserve harmonically formed, biologically healthy landscape with the central dominant – the mysterious Mt. Blaník. The PLA harbours specific countryside settlements including rests of folk vermacular architecture, sacral buildings and small rural castles. Velký/Big and Malý/Little Blaník peaks have been famous due to the old Czech legend on the Knights of Blaník.

Ochrana přírody 2/2011 11. 7. 2011 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf

The Pluto’s Temple – The Second Longest Non-karst Cave in the Czech Republic

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autoři: Vratislav Ouhrabka, Roman Mlejnek

The Pluto’s Temple – The Second Longest Non-karst Cave in the Czech Republic

In 2006, the Pluto Temple cave system was discovered in the Teplice Rocks (the Broumov Highlands, the Adrspach-Teplice Rocks National Nature Reserve, northeastern Bohemia). The system consists of mostly underground space in block broken rocks on the edge of two gorges. Broken caves are located particularly along underground water course stretches of the gorges.

Ochrana přírody 2/2011 11. 7. 2011 Z naší přírody Tištěná verze článku v pdf