J. Fialová's research while affiliated with Mendel University in Brno and other places

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This section presents the main features of the chapters presented in the book with several inputs from the authors of the different chapters. The chapters are divided into three main topics: surface and ground water bodies, water in the landscape and hydro-management of water resources completed with introduction and conclusion part. Introducing pa...
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Ecosystem services and disservices of the watercourse network in the Czech Republic are not systemized in detail yet. It is a pity for the Czech Republic operates long-term monitoring of physical, chemical and biological characteristics of watercourses of all orders. A large part of these data is publicly accessible and serves as the basis for wate...
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This chapter presents an update regarding the assessment and protection of water resources in the Czech Republic. The conclusions and recommendations of the chapters presented in this book are generalized and summarized. The chapter presents a summary of the most important findings presented by the contributors to the book. Topics which are covered...
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Sustainably managed forests provide multiple ecosystem services in cultural landscapes, including maintaining biodiversity. Better understanding of the benefits regarding the biodiversity of different silvicultural practices is important for sustainable landscape management. Conservation targets in forested landscapes should be determined by land m...

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... A comparison of the results between the localities is an integral part of the study, as it is discussed and justified, as well as the possible future development and its impact on possible deviations from the expected state. This method (or its previous versions) has been used in several studies in the Czech Republic [31][32][33][34]. ...
... Estimating the response of these species to potential future scenarios will be important in predicting whether these species are set to undergo further range size declines as a result of climate or landuse change and thus may require additional conservation efforts. Other studies have investigated the response of avian assemblages to these drivers in both temperate [11] and boreal zones [12,13], but Borneo, with its particular vulnerabilities, remains unexplored in this way. Further, a meta-analysis of the literature discovered future biodiversity related projections mostly consider the impact of climate change and leave out land cover. ...