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Biomass estimation of European beech stands
Veselský, Marek
Forest ecosystems plays an important role in the global carbon cycle of carbon sinks of terrestrial ecosystem. Carbon sequestered or stored in forest trees is mostly referred to as the biomass of tree, site or forest. This diploma thesis deals with biomass estimation of European beech stands at the Holíkov (the Drahanská vrchovina Highlands) and Štítná nad Vláří (the Bílé Karpaty Mts.) study sites in the Czech Republic. Study was conducted in the period of 2010 to 2015. 65 allometric equations were tested for the purpose of determining the most suitable candidate for the estimation of aboveground and belowground biomass of stands and of all the major tree compartments. It is obvious from the results that the allometric equations performed very differently from each other. It was also found, based on the obtained results, that the most suitable allometric equations for the study sites are by Vejpustková et al. 2013 and Wutzler et al. 2008.
Climatic data for air conditioning
Veselský, Marek ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
The aim of diploma thesis is a processing of climate data and design of chiller. Chiller is proposed to two options: air-cooled chiller and chiller with open cooling tower.
Ventilation in Building for Education
Veselský, Marek ; Uher, Pavel (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to design an air conditioning system in the Buildinig for Education. This system ensures air conditioning of congress hall and classrooms and forced ventilation of corridor with sanitary rooms. It ensures appropriate microclimate in the building.
Dynamika klíčení semen vybraných druhů dřevin ve vztahu k průběhu půdní vlhkosti a teploty na experimentální ploše v lokalitě Hurufa Shamena v Etiopii.
Veselský, Marek
The aim of the study was to compare the success rate of germination and survival rate of selected tree species with of soil moisture and temperature trough the course of time. 20 tree species (indigenous and non-indigenous) planted on an experimental plot in Hurufi Shamen, Ethiopia were tested for drought susceptibility and tolerance. Thesis includes an evaluation of the survival success rate of individual species. Two prospective species Acacia saligna with treatment and Dodonaea viscosa were found based on the information obtained. These species are able to survive on degraded soils and can be used for land recultivation through direct sowing in areas with similar natural conditions such as the location of the experimental area. The worst performance showed species Juniperus procera and Pinus patula.

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