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Management plan of small water supply reservoirs of Landštejn type
Halačka, Karel ; Adámek, Zdeněk ; Jurajda, Pavel ; Mareš, J. ; Kopp, R. ; Grmela, J.
The aim of the methodology is to provide managers and users of small water reservoirs Landštejn type with methodological tools for optimization of the water quality monitoring based on the current level of knowledge and research. Furthermore, provides a design of a methodology for fish community monitoring and optimization of treatments to reduce unwanted fish species and strengthen the status of suitable fish species with the aim of achieving the topdown effect and maintaining or improving water quality in these water reservoirs. The presented methodology summarizes the findings obtained during the monitoring and evaluation of selected parameters of water quality, planktonic and fish communities in water supply reservoirs Landštejn in recent years. It also contains an evaluation of applied treatments, focused mainly on fish stock. Unwanted fish species were caught and the predatory fish were stocked with the aim of optimizing the fish community composition and positively influencing the quality of the water in the reservoirs. The methodology contains recommendations for monitoring of the water quality in the reservoir, including monitoring of planktonic communities, monitoring of fish and recommended manipulation with fish stock. The methodology provides guidance and information for optimization of monitoring and treatments for small water supply reservoirs of the Landštejn type.
Management plan of small water supply reservoirs of Bojkovice and Ludkovice type
Halačka, Karel ; Adámek, Zdeněk ; Jurajda, Pavel ; Mareš, J. ; Kopp, R. ; Grmela, J.
The aim of the methodology is to provide managers and users of small water reservoirs Bojkovice and Ludkovice type with methodological tools for optimization of the water quality monitoring based on the current level of knowledge and research. Furthermore, provides a design of a methodology for fish community monitoring and optimization of treatments to reduce unwanted fish species and strengthen the status of suitable fish species with the aim of achieving the topdown effect and maintaining or improving water quality in these water reservoirs. The presented methodology summarizes the findings obtained during the monitoring and evaluation of selected parameters of water quality, planktonic and fish communities in water supply reservoirs Bojkovice and Ludkovice in recent years. It also contains an evaluation of applied treatments, focused mainly on fish stock. Unwanted fish species were caught and the predatory fish were stocked with the aim of optimizing the fish community composition and positively influencing the quality of the water in the reservoirs. The methodology contains recommendations for monitoring of the water quality in the reservoir, including monitoring of planktonic communities, monitoring of fish and recommended manipulation with fish stock. The methodology provides guidance and information for optimization of monitoring and treatments for small water supply reservoirs of the Bojkovice and Ludkovice type.
Management plan of small water supply reservoirs of Hamry type
Halačka, Karel ; Adámek, Zdeněk ; Jurajda, Pavel ; Mareš, J. ; Kopp, R. ; Grmela, J.
The aim of the methodology is to provide managers and users of small water reservoirs Hamry type with methodological tools for optimization of the water quality monitoring based on the current level of knowledge and research. Furthermore, provides a design of a methodology for fish community monitoring and optimization of treatments to reduce unwanted fish species and strengthen the status of suitable fish species with the aim of achieving the topdown effect and maintaining or improving water quality in these water reservoirs. The presented methodology summarizes the findings obtained during the monitoring and evaluation of selected parameters of water quality, planktonic and fish communities in water supply reservoirs Hamry in recent years. It also contains an evaluation of applied treatments, focused mainly on fish stock. Unwanted fish species were caught and the predatory fish were stocked with the aim of optimizing the fish community composition and positively influencing the quality of the water in the reservoirs. The methodology contains recommendations for monitoring of the water quality in the reservoir, including monitoring of planktonic communities, monitoring of fish and recommended manipulation with fish stock. The methodology provides guidance and information for optimization of monitoring and treatments for small water supply reservoirs of the Hamry type.
Trnaslation and Theoretical Commentary on a Part of Micky Neilson's Novel Starcraft Uprising
Prajerová, Michaela ; Ženíšek, Jakub (advisor) ; Grmela, Josef (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with translation of the initial fourty pages of the novel Stacraft: Uprising by Micky Neilson. The Thesis consists of a Practical and a Theoretical part. The Practical part contains the English original text and the translation of its initial chapters. The Theoretical part is then a stylistic analysis of the translation, which focuses on differences between English and Czech and other issues i had to cope with during the translation. KEY WORDS Translation, Micky Neilson, Starcraft Uprising, science fiction, stylistic analysis
Six Months, Three Days - a translation and comparative analysis of a novella by Charlie Anders
Juříková, Klára ; Ženíšek, Jakub (advisor) ; Grmela, Josef (referee)
In this bachelor thesis I am dealing with the problems that may occur during translation, in this from English to Czech. As a foundation material I used a novelette Six Months, Three Days written by Charlie Jane Anders. The thesis is divided into practical part and theoretical part. The first, practical part consists of the translation of the whole novelette Six Months, Three Days. The second, theoretical part consists of my analysis of the translation, which is focused on the problems I had to solve during the translation process. I comment on the choices I made, usually justifying by translation theories of Jiří Levý and Dagmar Knittlová. Key words Translation, Six Months, Three Days, Charlie Jane Anders, connotation, lexical equivalence, diminutives, proper names, morphological equivalence, analogy, reference, idioms, collocation.
Translation of two English short stories
Pelán, Štěpán ; Grmela, Josef (advisor) ; Ženíšek, Jakub (referee)
This BA thesis is focused on the translation of two short stories by V.S. Pritchett and their stylistic analysis. The thesis consists of the practical and the teoretical part. The outcome of the former is the side-by-side translation. The latter lays emphasis on differences between Czech and English in terms of morpohology, lexicology and syntax and various problems and the peculiarities one might come across while translating a longer text.
Alan Glynn's Limitless - Translation and Stylistic Analysis
Krejcarová, Dominika ; Ženíšek, Jakub (advisor) ; Grmela, Josef (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the translation and subsequent stylistic analysis of two chapters from the novel Limitless by Alan Glynn. The main aim of the thesis is to demonstrate certain problems one may encounter while translating fiction from the English language to the Czech language. The thesis consists of two main parts. The practical part features the translation of selected chapters of the novel, whereas the theoretical part is divided into four units and explores selected issues accompanying the translation process.
Emigration motif in Pnin and other novels by Vladimír Nabokov
Dubiaga, Daria ; Ženíšek, Jakub (advisor) ; Grmela, Josef (referee)
This bachelor's thesis explores the theme of emigration in Vladimir Nabokov's fiction, primarily through the analysis of one of his English-written novels Pnin. Many works by Nabokov display autobiographical features, which is why a large part of this work provides Nabokov's biography with an emphasis on its possible influence on his career. In the theoretical part of the thesis the biography of Vladimir Nabokov and the typical features of his work are introduced with a preceding short overview of the term emigration and the characterization of the first Russian wave of emigration. The practical part of the thesis provides a deeper analysis of the novel Pnin through the prism of emigration motif and its sub-themes which are realized in Nabokov's work. The last part of the thesis is a brief conclusion about how Nabokov created an image of the Russian emigrant.

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