Tomáš Janík

Tomáš Janík
Charles University in Prague | CUNI · Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology

Mgr. et Mgr. Bc.

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Central European landscapes have undergone massive changes since the mid 19th century. Various driving forces including industrialization and different political decisions led to the processes that have profoundly influenced society, landscape character, and also heritage. This article focuses on thirty model areas across Czechia that were selected...
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The Czech rural landscape is a subject of research because it is affected by both intensification and extensification of land cover. This landscape was influenced in recent decades by political and socio-economic changes; we studied how these changes were reflected in the land cover development in protected areas. We selected ten Protected landscap...
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Abstract Within the project on monitoring of landscape changes in large-scale protected areas in Czechia we also monitor anthropogenic structures – roads, built-up and recreational areas. In this article we focused on anthropogenic structures in the five protected areas, which are protected and also highly visited by tourists especially for rock fo...
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We investigated selected study areas regarding natural and cultural development and changes in the last circa 200 years with the goal to reveal their heritage and values from point of view of many geographical disciplines. Using various types of data and methods of physical, social geography and geoinformatics we have analysed thirty study areas so...
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The border region between Austria, the Czech Republic, and Germany harbors the most south‐western occurrence of moose in continental Europe. The population originated in Poland, where moose survived, immigrated from former Soviet Union or were reintroduced after the Second World War expanded west‐ and southwards. In recent years, the distribution o...
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Knowledge of landscape dynamics, functions and ecosystem services is key for evidence-based management of protected areas. These areas represent valuable landscapes, where the ability to provide functions and services should be preserved. The article introduces results of a research focused on landscape development in the Krkonoše National Park and...
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The landscape of Central Europe has been shaped by humans for centuries. One of the less affected areas is the Bohemian Forest, located along the border of Germany (Bavaria), Austria, and Czechia. The Bohemian Forest ecosystem is protected as national parks in Bavaria and Czechia. Bavarian Forest and Šumava National Parks (NPs) together form one of...
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This article presents preliminary results of the project on monitoring of landscape changes of the large-scale protected areas in the Czechia. Here, we focused on increasing human impact in the areas, especially on urban and recreational structures. We prepared data describing development of landscape from 1950s till recent. Topographic maps and ae...
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The landscape dynamics, changes of its quality and structure are crucial for understanding past, present and future possibilities and trends in studied ecosystems. The objective of this article is to show partial results of a long-term project, which is focused on analysing landscape dynamics in protected areas in Czechia (National parks-NP, Protec...
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Krajinný pokryv: vektorová polygonová vrstva, 9 kategorií; pořizováno manuální vektorizací na podkladu ZM, TM a ortofot; minimální velikost polygonu 0,8 ha Změny krajinného pokryvu jsou klíčové pro pochopení současného stavu a budoucích trendů vývoje ekosystémů, přinášejí s sebou významné změny funkcí i kvalitativních vlastností krajiny. To se přím...
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Nálezová data: 13 vybraných druhů, které jsou předmětem ochrany PO a EVL Šumava (NDOP, databáze NP a CHKO Šumava). Proměnné popisující prostředí: nadmořská výška, sklon, orientace, solární radiace, průměrná teplota, průměrný roční úhrn srážek, krajinný pokryv, vzdálenost od nejbližší silnice, vzdálenost od nejbližšího sídla, vzdálenost od nejbližší...
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DEVELOPMENT AND STATUS OF THE MOOSE POPULATION IN THE BOHEMIAN FOREST ECOSYSTEM
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Land cover data: Aerial imagery was used. Images were taken in the summer season of each year (2006-2012); therefore the imagery for a particular year shows the conditions of second half of previous year and first half of year, when images were taken. Imagery has a pixel resolution of 20cm. Land cover was categorized into fourteen types. Mountain f...
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Jak se do lesa volá… V ý Z K u M N ý p R O g R A M Publikace Jak se do lesa volá… vznikla v rámci výzkumného programu Strategie AV21 a jejím cílem je zájemcům z odborných kruhů i z řad veřejnosti v přístupné podobě podat základní informace o současné situaci a zdůvodnit potřebu změny hospodaření v našich lesích. Na jejím vzniku se podíleli nejen od...
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Mountain forests in Central Europe are mostly disturbed by windstorms and subsequently by insect outbreaks. Disturbances play a key role in forest composition, structure, ecosystem functioning or species richness and consequently in general land cover changes. The Šumava National Park was affected by a windstorm known as Kyrill in January 2007. Thi...
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This article focuses on comparison of the landscape of two National Parks (Bavarian and Bohemian Forest), which together create the largest area of wilderness in Central Europe. The article shows how different they are in social-economic and physical-geographical perspective. Social and economic conditions were introduced from perspective of path d...
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Landscape typologies provide their users with a spatial framework, which could be used for management, assessment of landscape changes and monitoring of biodiversity or natural processes. The aim of this article is to distinguish and compare landscape types across the largest natural area within Central Europe. Cluster analysis based on physical-ge...
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Poster shows land cover changes in Šumava NP after the Kyrill windstorm (2006-2012)

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