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Tomasz Oszako, Katarzyna Sikora, Lassaâd Belbahri and Justyna A. Nowakowska

-369. Orlikowski L.B. 2006. Relationship between source of water used for plant sprinkling and occurrence of Phytophthora shoot rot and tip blight in container- -ornamental nurseries. Journal of Plant Protection Research, 46 (2), 163-168. Orlikowski L.B., Ptaszek M., Trzewik A., Orlikowska T. 2008. Water as the source of Phytophthora species in rivers and their pathogenicity to some plants. Ecological Chemistry and Engineering Ser. A, 15 (9), 945-949. Orlikowski L.B., Ptaszek M., Trzewik A., Orlikowska T. 2009. Water as the source of Phytophthora

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Łukasz Wiejaczka, Paweł Prokop, Rafał Kozłowski and Subir Sarkar

soils and water. Ecol Stud. 1986;59:1-120. [28] Bi SP, An SQ, Liu F. A practical application of Driscoll’s equation for predicting the acid-neutralizing capacity in acidic natural waters equilibria with the mineral phase gibbsite. Environ Int. 2001;26:327-333. DOI: 10.1016/S0160-4120(01)00008-3. [29] Hemond HF. Acid neutralizing capacity, alkalinity, and acid-base status of natural waters containing organic acids. Environ Sci Technol. 1990;24:1486-1489. https://stuff.mit.edu/afs/athena/course/1/1.75/www/Lecture8AlkalinityPaper.pdf . [30] Eshleman KN

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Ulrike Bart, Clemens Gumpinger and Christian Scheder

References 1. European Commission, 2000 - Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy, European Commission PE-CONS 3639/1/100 Rev 1, Luxembourg, 72. 2. Gumpinger C. and Scheder C., 2008 ‒ Decline of biodiversity as a result of various impacts related to river regulation - exemplified by several small river catchments (Austria), Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research, The Wetlands Diversity, 6

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Apoloniusz Kodura

References Ilin J. A. (1987) Calculations of water systems, Stroizdat, Moscow (in Russian). Kodura A. (2011) Influence of characteristic of ball valve closing on water hammer run, Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium on Water Management and Hydraulic Engineering, Gdansk, Poland. Marcinkiewicz J., Adamowski A., Lewandowski M. (2008) Experimental evaluation of ability of Relap5, Drako, Flowmaster2TM and program using unsteady wall friction model to calculate water hammer loadings on pipelines, Nucl

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Rajmund Skowron and Adam Piasecki

w przebiegu dobowym na przykładzie epitermicznego jeziora Gopło [Changes in water temperature and heat resources in the course of daily exemplified epithermic lake Gopło]. Acta Universitatis Nicolai Copernici. Geografia. Z. 31 (106) p. 289–306. S kowron R. 2000b. O dobowej zmienności temperatury wody i zasobów ciepła w jeziorach. W: Naturalne i antropogeniczne przemiany jezior [The diurnal variation in water temperature and heat resources in lakes. In: Natural and anthropogenic transformations of lakes]. Eds H. Gawrońska, K. Lossow. Materiały IV Konferencji

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Robert Machowski

anthropogenic influences on ice formation on various water bodies of the Silesian Upland (southern Poland) Limnol. Rev., 11, 1: 33-44. Szczypek T. 1995. Anthropogenic relief in the eastern part of the Silesian Upland. Quaest. Geogr. Special Issue 4: 265-270. Wach J. 1991. Wpływ antropopresji na kształtowanie się rzeźby terenu województwa katowickiego. [in:] Człowiek i jego środowisko w górnośląsko-ostrawskim regionie przemysłowym. Mat. symp. pol.-czes.. Uniw. Śl. WNoZ, Sosnowiec: 115-119. Żmuda S. 1973. Antropogeniczne

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Hanelore Muntean, Iuliana Dobai, Cătălin Milotin and Cristina Groza

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The Timiș River is the biggest tributary of the Banat catchment area. It springs at an elevation of 1145 m, under Piatra Goznei peak. Due to the fact that it crosses several relief forms, its hydrology, chemistry and biological characteristics are modified in consequence.

The chemical and biological analysis of the water course and their correlation with hydrological data displayed evidence of the interdependence of these factors. The phytoplankton composition and richness are directly influenced by river’s chemistry and hydrology. In the mountain area, the flow and the speed of the watercourse are inducing a specific flora and fauna for the area. In the lower areas, the river hydrology triggers a change in the biological characteristics as the water chemistry changes. The mountain species are adapted to rocky substrata in order to resist high water velocity and pressure. In the lower areas they are replaced by lowland species adapted to larger yet slower flows.

The Timiș River is a watercourse that did not undergo major qualitative changes in terms of water quality.

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Agnieszka Latawiec and Dorice Agol

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Rajmund Skowron

. UMK, Toruń, 345 pp (in Polish, English summary). Skowron R., 2011b, Kształtowanie się temperatury wody w okresie wiosennego nagrzewania w wybranych jeziorach w Polsce (Course of water temperature in the spring warming season in the selected Polish lakes), [in:] Marszelewski W. (ed.), Anthropogenic and natural transformations of lakes. Vol. 5, Wydaw. UMK-PTLim, Toruń: 145–155 (in Polish, English summary). Skowron R., 2012, Spring warming period of Polish lake waters in a yearly thermal cycle, Limnol. Rev. 12(3): 147–157. Skowron R., Piasecki A

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Rajmund Skowron

lakes of Northern Poland. Limnological Review, 9(2–3): 97–109. SKOWRON R., 2011, Zróżnicowanie i zmienność wybranych elementów reżimu termicznego w jeziorach na Niżu Polskim. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu M. Kopernika, Toruń. SKOWRON R., JAWORSKI T., 2017, Changes in lake area as a consequence of plant overgrowth in the South Baltic Lakelands (N Poland) resulting from natural and anthropogenic factors. Bulletin of Geography. Physical Geography Series, 12: 19–30. SKOWRON R., PIASECKI A., 2016, Dynamics of the daily course of water temperature in Polish