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Changes to the Bakomi Reservoir


This article is focused on the analysis and evaluation of the changes of the bottom of the Bakomi reservoir, the total volume of the reservoir, ecosystems, as well as changes in the riparian zone of the Bakomi reservoir (situated in the central Slovakia). Changes of the water component of the reservoir were subject to the deposition by erosion-sedimentation processes, and were identifed on the basis of a comparison of the present relief of the bottom of reservoir obtained from feld measurements (in 2011) with the relief measurements of the bottom obtained from the 1971 historical maps, (i.e. over a period of 40 years). Changes of landscape structures of the riparian zone have been mapped for the time period of 1949–2013; these changes have been identifed with the analysis of ortophotomaps and the feld survey. There has been a signifcant rise of disturbed shores with low herb grassland. Over a period of 40 years, there has been a deposition of 667 m3 of sediments. The results showed that there were no signifcant changes in the local ecosystems of the Bakomi reservoir in comparison to the other reservoirs in the vicinity of Banská Štiavnica.

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Natural environment of small towns as an indicator of the developmental potential of a wider region – as exemplified by the South Moravian countryside

Our study is focused on the natural environment significance and potential for the development of a wider region. A special emphasis is put on the geographical category of small towns, which play an important role in stabilizing the population of the Czech Republic. In this context, a key factor of planning in the rural region is the demarcation of a catchment region and the determination of its potential. Natural environment (primary landscape structure) is a basic determinant of area development at all the levels. This paper aims at the natural environment analyses of the small towns in the South Moravian Region, with emphasis on the development opportunities and limitations. In this study, small towns are considered to be all the residential units holding a town status, with the exception of district towns and the city of Brno. The study is a part of the research project supported in 2011 by the Internal Grant Agency of Mendel University in Brno titled “Small towns - Motors of the South Moravian countryside development”.

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Small Sacral Christian Architecture in the Cultural Landscapes of Europe

Monuments in Diverse Cultural Landscapes of Slovakia. In Plants in Urban Areas and Landscape. Nitra : SUA, 2018, pp. 7–13. ISSN 2585-9811. ISBN 978-80-552-1829-8. TROJANOWSKA, M. 2018. Sacred Places in Public Open Green Areas. In Teka Komisji Urbanistyki i Architektury Pan Oddział w Krakowie Urbanity and Architecture Files TOM, vol. XLVI, 2018, pp. 419–429. TÜRK, K. H. 1979. Christliche Kleindenkmale in Börde und Neffeltal. Köln : Rheinland-Verlag, 1979, 240 p. ISBN 3-7927-0490-0. VEREŠOVÁ, M. – SUPUKA, J. 2013. Changes of landscape structure and

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