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Runoff régime focusing on hydrological drought in the catchment area of Liboc river
Juha, Ondřej ; Janský, Bohumír (advisor) ; Burian, Alois (referee)
Drought has been a hot topic for several years. Hydrological drought occurs primarily after the previous lack of rainfall. The basin of the Liboc River suffers from significant drought, mainly due to its location in the rain shadow of the Ore Mountains. The first part of the bachelor's thesis deals with literature research, which summarizes the physical-geographical characteristics of the area of interest. This is followed by a comprehensive research of current knowledge about drought and its types, causes and impacts. Furthermore, the precipitation-runoff process focused on local climatic conditions is described. The practical part consists of the own analysis of the obtained data using average daily flows. The dry days method and the insufficient volumes method were applied here. The period 2018-2020, when the drought was most pronounced, was selected for detailed analysis. Key words: runoff régime; hydrological drought; indicators of drought; deficit volumes; threshold limit method; impacts of hydrological drought; Liboc river

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