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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.
Možnosti značení vysazovaných ryb pomocí ARS - aplikace a detekce
Halačka, Karel ; Poštulková, E. ; Kopp, R. ; Mareš, J. ; Vetešník, Lukáš
Cílem studie bylo vyzkoušet využití Alizarinové červeně při značení vybraných druhů ryb, současně ho prakticky ověřit při vysazovaní a dále ověřit jednoduchý způsob detekce značení při následném odlovu. V průběhu testování byl ověřena toxicita použitého barviva, délka barvení a minimální velikost vhodná pro aplikaci barviva. Součástí vyhodnocení bylo stanovení detekovatelnosti značení v průběhu růstu ryb.
Toxic effect of fluorescence pigment on zebra fish (Danio rerio)
Poštulková, E. ; Mareš, J. ; Halačka, Karel ; Kopp, R.
The aim of the study was to determine the toxic effects of organic pigments Alizarin Red S and Alizarin Complexone on zebra fish (Danio rerio). For short-term acute toxicity tests on zebra fish concentration of 150; 300 and 600 mg/L were chosen for both dyes. Toxic effect of dyes was observed even in the variant with 10 g/L of sodium chloride. Addition of sodium chloride increases the deposition of dyes in the bone structures of the fish. LC50 values were analyzed graphically by using probit analysis. There was no mortality during the acute toxicity test with Alizarin Red S even at the highest concentration. Toxicity value (72hLC50) for zebra fish with a combination of Alizarin Red S + 10 g/L of sodium chloride is 546.42 mg/L. Mortality for Alizarin Complexone was 100% in 24 hours at\nconcentrations of 300 and 600 mg/L, with concentrations of 150 mg/L there was no mortality. In Alizarin Complexone supplemented with 10 g/L of sodium chloride was 100% mortality at all\nconcentrations up to 72 hours.
Surface water temperature modelling to estimate Czech fishery productivity under climate change
Svobodová, Eva ; Trnka, Miroslav ; Kopp, R. ; Mareš, J. ; Spurný, P. ; Pechar, L. ; Beděrková, I. ; Dubrovský, M. ; Žalud, Zdeněk
Freshwater fish production is significantly correlated with water temperature, which is expected to increase under climate change and affect fish growth, productivity, and survival. This study deals with estimating the change in water temperature in productive ponds and its impact on fishery in the Czech Republic. The target fish species were common carp (Cyprinus carpio), maraena whitefish (Coregonus maraena), northern whitefish (Coregonus peled), and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). It was hypothesized that there would be an increasing risk of high water temperature stress for fish. Water temperature calculations based on 3-day means of air temperature were tested in several ponds in three major fish production areas. The verified model was applied to the climate change conditions determined by standardized scenarios derived from the five global circulation models MPEH5, CSMK3, IPCM4, GFCM21, and HADGEM. The results for changed climate indicated limitations for Czech fish farming in terms of prolonged periods with fish temperature stress as well as the increased number of stress periods and increased number of days within these periods. It is very likely that Czech fishery will have to change the fish species farmed in particular productive areas. In particular, higher altitudes are likely to become less suitable for the Salmonidae.
The content of microcystin in the chosen tissues at different fish species
Hlávková, J. ; Adamovský, Ondřej ; Oravec, M. ; Bláha, Luděk ; Mareš, J. ; Kopp, Radovan ; Palíková, M.
The aim of this study was to assess quantity of microcystins in muscle and hepatopancreas of different fish species (Cyprinus carpio, Oreochromis niloticus, Sander lucioperca and Esox lucius). Microcystins were detected in liver/hepatopancreas (hundreds of ng per gram of tissue) as in muscles (nanograms per gram of tissue). It seems that acumulation of microcystins in eatable parts of fishes represent only small risk for man.

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