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Grey Literature and National Archives
Šimůnková, Karolína ; Kunt, Miroslav
National Archives selects the archival records from a various range of creators – from central agencies of the state administration and research institutions to individuals. All types of grey literature are present in the archives – research reports, travel reports, originally secret prints, digital journals, maps and studies etc. Internet and intranet websites are specific example. The paper on examples shows handling with the grey literature, which is not distinguished from other (official) production in the archival practice. The paper also introduces the National Archival Portal and its options for description and submission of the individual data files designated for long term preservation.
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Inventory of woody plants in Libosad in CULS area in Prague and elaboration of the digital map of this area
Rezková, Kristýna ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor) ; Prokeš, Radek (referee)
This bachelor degree work consists of two parts. Its literary research deals with the analysis of various irreplaceable tasks of green vegetation in urban environment, specific features of planting greenery and taking care of it, typifying of green areas in settled places and, last but not least, the importance of its legal protection. The following part of the research deals with Libosad in the campus of the Czech University of Agriculture in Prague. It describes the geological, geomorphological, pedological and climatic conditions of the site and the history of the birth of Libosad. It also describes the methodology by Professor Machovec which was used for data gathering in the Libosad park of the Czech University of Agriculture. The practical part of the work deals with re-inventory of woody plants and perennials in the Libosad of the CUA. The work was based on inventories which had been realized in previous years. The methodology by Professor Machovec was used to take the measurements of deciduous trees, bushes, coniferous woody plants and perennials. All the data were registered in inventory tables and all items were recorded in the file of CAD programme. The data output provides three documents: the map of Libosad with all the plants recorded in it and equipped with a special code for each item, an inventory map with graphic representation of the items´ value in landscape gardening and treetops´ projections, and the map of landmarks of Libosad. All the research was also documented by photos which were later inserted into an interactive table on the web mapserver with public access. The flora of Libosad includes 2,045 items in 78 families. The total of 137 deciduous trees (23 genera), 643 items of deciduous bushes (83 genera), 863 items of coniferous woody plants (23 genera) and 398 perennials and grasses (109 genera) can be found in the place. The most numerous genus among deciduous trees is the Acer with 34 items, deciduous bushes are represented by the genus Rosa with 54 items, number one among coniferous trees and bushes being the genus Pinus (164 items). Owing to the juvenile stage of the major part of the collection, the condition of the park is very good. The majority of items are of class III value in landscape gardening (1188 items), followed by class II (319 items), class IV (82 items) and class I (52 items).
The digital database of selected tree species
Kvasnicová, Denisa ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor) ; Čechová, Kateřina (referee)
This thesis is dedicated to approximately 50 woody plants species of the selected genus: Metasequoia, Picea, Taxodium, Hamamelis, Magnolia, Syringa and Tilia, which I was picturing during the whole year through different vegetation periods to achieve the best pictures. I studied habitus of the woody plant, verso and face of the leaf, buds, blossoms, bark or other interesting and important details. I edited pictures and macropictures in Microsoft Office Picture Manager Programme in order to focus on the substantial character, general appearance or detail which I wanted to document. I also used this programme to avoid the picture compromitation by graphic editing. The place I visited the most was the Dendrological park in Průhonice, where I found a lot of selected species. Furthermore, I was in the Troja Botanic park, in Charles University Botanic park (located on the Na Slupi street), in the ČZU area and in Libosad. Finally, according to the instructions from Ing. Miroslav Kunt, Ph.D., I saved each photograph to the online database mapserver ( with a brief description. The literature search focus in its first part on a history of garden art, where I am discussing different regions and garden styles. This part also contains a brief description of the most famous architects connected to the topic, such as André Le Nôtre or William Kent. The second part is dedicated to landscape dendrology and its importance. This chapter describes functions, landscape values and importance of the woody plants in the composition. Next chapter describes the woody plants climatic natural habitats and their distribution in cities. The final part of the literature search is dedicated to the healing effects of mentioned plants and their use as a part of home remedies. It suggests which parts of the plant can be used and when to collect them or which substances have medical effects. I also described few examples of tea, honey, baths and inhalation recipes. Following chapter focuses on taxonomic classification and characteristics of individual species. Here, besides the plants specifics, natural habitats, homeland and requirements for cultivation, we can also find the name origin, interesting cultivars and some pictures. At the end of the work there is a list of some photos taken as a supplement.
Natural houses in gardens
Poláčková, Kristýna ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor) ; Jiří, Jiří (referee)
This thesis solves general nature houses in the gardens and the purpose and principle of the garden, its function and composition. After a search of the following project. This project is designed based on analyzes of land area wider relations, claims on clients' needs (whole family) and at its own discretion. The project is based on a proposal by the object (timber), which is taken from a construction company and a further proposal designed garden composition. When projecting gardens are mainly used natural materials, the creation of flower beds are used and extensively perennial plantings, part of the garden is also part of the economic and compost.
Community gardens - Revolt in urban public space
Šestáková, Eliška ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor) ; Miroslav, Miroslav (referee)
Summary The diploma thesis discusses a topic of urban community gardens, which are growing trend over recent years in the Czech Republic. First of all the thesis focus on the need of urban human contact for nature elements. It outlines a brief history and development of urban gardening in the Czech Republic. The literary section proceeds further with concrete examples of existing community gardens, both abroad and in our country, it compares the situation of community gardening in Prague and Vienna and it is trying to sort through a diverse range of urban gardening and community gardens. It shows possible causes of this phenomenon and its objectives, features and benefits. The significance of this thesis is to show a diverse range of topics that appear in community gardens. Among the main are the following: regional supply, diversity of cultivated varieties, self-sufficiency and sustainability, common ownership, social interaction, informal education, protection and promotion of the environment. Equally important consequence of community gardens is the ability to think about the context and the change in attitude towards consumerism. The potential of community gardens in urban public space can also contain possible solutions to a wide range of local and global issues and challenges of contemporary society. On top of that there are developing relationships at all possible levels. The literary section in the end mentions public space and community. The practical part of this thesis was dedicated to project, which focused on Community garden Vidimova in Prague. This garden is located in the courtyard of a former kindergarten. The building is currently used by the Municipality of Prague district 11. Designed space garden has nearly 3,800 square meters. Development here has the character of a settlement with dense construction mainly residential multi-storey panel buildings. The project proposal was based on analyses of regional relations, natural conditions and the evaluation of the current state of the territory and its community. It is an constantly growing community that now includes over 40 regular members. This garden has a great potential to incorporate a wider range of users, but above all it is necessary to involve all concerned subjects in decision-making and the creation of this garden.
Inventory of woody plants in part area of Červený vrch in Prague and elaboration of the digital map of this selected area
Synek, Petr ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor) ; Prokeš, Radek (referee)
This bachelor thesis is dealing with practical inventory of part of the housing estate Červený vrch in the city district Prague 6. It uses inventory methods according to Machovec (1982). For each of the tree species the precise species determination has been carried out, dendrometric data were measured, landscape value of trees were assessed and its exact location was entered into digital map in AutoCAD. The literature search initially covers the history of gardens and garden styles. More specifically it deals with the history of the oldest garden styles, medieval gardens and the current form of gardens. Next chapter discusses the use of woody plants in landscape creation according to terms of their classification and assortment. It is followed by an analysis of the importance of urban greenery and various types of urban greenery. Bachelor thesis contains a brief analysis of the natural characteristics of the target area. In the second half of this thesis there are complete inventory tables and their detailed graphical analysis. Strengths and weaknesses of the used method of inventorying are listed in the discussion in comparison with the alternative method of classification of woody vegetation elements according to Pejchal (2008). The obtained digital map together with the inventory tables and photo documentation are placed on mapserver.
Natural houses in gardens
Formánková, Kristýna ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor)
Thesis discusses natural houses which are supposed to be part of our lives in the future. These houses may be for someone and they might prefer smarter building with non-recyclable materials when choosing a new housing. But it is necessary to think about our future and sustainable development. We also need to tell ourselves what is really a priority for our planet. There comes a time when they will prefer building materials which can be used somehow after some time or be recycled. This is related to the design of the garden. It is designed to fulfil an ornamental, economic and social function. The garden is an integral part of each house, therefore it is important for each element used to be creating the garden as a linked harmonious whole. The study deals with the concept of a natural houses home in accordance with the maximum use of the garden.
Reinventory of woody plants in area of Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague and elaboration of the digital map of this selected area
Zárubová, Johana ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor)
Inventory of woody plants in area of Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague and elaboration of the digital map of this selected area.
Temporality selected phenological phases of growth and evolution of selected tree species
Rauchová, Jana ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor)
U vybraných dřevin v Libosadu se budou pozorovat fenologické fáze, budou se zaznamenávat do tabulky a porovnávat se zaznamenanými hodnotami z minulých let. Budou zde popsány fenologické fáze a stavba květu u rosliny. Každá rostlina bude charakterizována.
Taxonomic review Pinus contorta subsp. Latifolia (Engelm.) on dumps habitats and possibilities its usage
Vanc, Ondřej ; Kunt, Miroslav (advisor) ; Konstantin, Konstantin (referee)
Lodgepole pine is exotic species of pine originating from North America (Canada, United States, United Mexican States), where it occurs along the Pacific coast. This is a very compatible species because, despite a plethora of geomorphological habitats has created a total of five subspecies, while the Czech Republic there are three of them. They are: Shore pine (Pinus contorta subsp. contorta), Lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta subsp. latifolia), Murray pine (Pinus contorta subsp. murrayana). Occurrence of Pinus contorta was recorded in nine counties, twenty and twenty-three districts of municipalities with extended powers. The total stand area was found to 128.66 hectares. When finding that Pinus contorta in our conditions is described as exotic plants. As a gateway for non-native landscape landscape that is post-mining areas. Use of Lodgepole pine was thus deemed appropriate. Uncultured landscape together with wood unoriginal see to it that the uncultured landscape becomes a landscape rich in diversity. Lodgepole pine, of course, is not the only species that was about it all taken care of. Its suitability was chosen because of its low demands on soil, hydrological and climatic conditions, including frost hollows at elevations 2,500 meters above sea level. Which in the Czech Republic or cannot be used because it is our highest point 1,602 meters above sea level. The effort was to map Lodgepole pine throughout the Czech Republic, where it would be clearly seen where the forest vegetation on which the administrative territory of the Lodgepole pine occur. This reliance on the willingness of administrators data information, which for our purposes were considered Institute of Forest Management, where we were given virtually everything to us this institution has been able to provide. Another institution, where we were given also all the military management of forests and farms. Unfortunately, the state enterprise Forestry of the Czech Republic, as majority owner of primary forests in the Czech Republic, was not willing to provide the requested information on the matter on Lodgepole pine, forest management Děčín only the necessary information. Given that this work was originally conceived to Pinus contorta subsp. latifolia, while work was concluded that Pinus contorta subsp. latifolia is a segmentation occurring geographic subspecies that was not able to clearly identify the data that we had available so this work deals with Lodgepole pine at the species level and the resulting map outputs in the results of the work 7 were processed in the geographic information systems, which managed to get stand up to the level surface (ha) in the regions of municipalities with extended powers.

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