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Plankton of small village ponds
ČEJNOVÁ, Monika
The object of my thesis was to document the basic characteristics of four small ponds. Register seasonal changes in the occurrence of selected zooplankton groups and compare individual ponds among them. Then evaluate management on ponds and assess the possible impact on the formation of plankton. These results were then compared with the current situation on standard economic ponds. In this study, I observed three private ponds and local pond, which were located in the cadastral area Lodhéřov. From the results it is evident, that the zooplankton development was in private ponds very slow, while at local pond was developed zooplankton quickly. The diversity of zooplankton species was higher in local pond. On private ponds showed a high increase in fish, which amounted to R1 597 kg/ha and R3 519 kg/ha. In terms of management of ponds R2 was the least effective because the gain was only 113 kg/ha. Private ponds, according to the average annual ration 2910 kg/ha still ranked in halfintesification, while local pond to intensification ration with 4557 kg/ha.
The causes of inception conflicts between dogs in the selected area
ČEJNOVÁ, Monika
The object of my thesis was the find out process of education and training dogs in selected area, if were respondents completed any education course for dog owners, and further to find out,if their dog came in to conflict with other dog and for what situation. Questionnaire investigation was pointed on dog owners in Jindřichův Hradec and in Lodhéřov. Results shows, that somebody from respondents do not visited education course for dog owners. Dogs in the city has better education and training than dogs in the village and from this follow number of conflicts between dogs. Into conflict with other dog came 39 dogs from city and 43 dogs from village. At the most were dogs getting into conflict during the walk and most mentioned cause was intolerance between dogs.