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Ellimination of unwanted fish species from dam reservoirs - Possibilities, efficiency and economic evaluation.
Jůza, Tomáš ; Blabolil, Petr ; Čech, Martin ; Draštík, Vladislav ; Holubová, Michaela ; Hůda, J. ; Kočvara, Luboš ; Kolařík, Tomáš ; Muška, Milan ; Peterka, Jiří ; Prchalová, Marie ; Říha, Milan ; Sajdlová, Zuzana ; Tušer, Michal ; Vašek, Mojmír ; Vejřík, Lukáš ; Kubečka, Jan
spontaneous development of populations and the influence of human interventions. For situations where a certain part of the fish population needs to be caught, within the project 'Biomanipulation as a tool for improving the water quality of reservoirs', we tested the available approaches in terms of their effectiveness and difficulty. The target species of catches were mainly cyprinid fish (bream, bleak, roach, rudd, white bream), which feed mainly\non zooplankton and tend to form very large populations. Among the most effective methods of catch during spawning are catches using electrofishing boats and fyke nets. In the non-spawning period, it is possible to carry out mass catches using trawl nets. Catches are effective both before spawning (in April) and during the summer. However, with repeated catches in the same places, their effectiveness decreases as a result of the fish being spooked. The efficiency of the catches partially improves again if the catches are repeated with a break of approximately 1–2 weeks. Catches also vary according to the stocking density of a given water body. With effective catches, the cost of catching 1 kg of fish is in the range of CZK 15–50.
Methodology of predatory fish quantification in reservoirs and lakes.
Blabolil, Petr ; Jůza, Tomáš ; Vašek, Mojmír ; Peterka, Jiří
The publication contains an evaluation of surveying 36 reservoirs and artificial lakes in the years 1985–2020 in different parts of the Czech Republic by four sampling methods, which are further divided according to the sampling environment, daily periods and targeted age groups of predatory fish. The methods are gillnets, seines, trawls and continuous boat electrofishing. The catchability, standardized and relative abundance of asp, pikeperch, pike and catfish are evaluated. Based on these data, the reader can decide which method to use to detect a particular predatory species and compare the results with the situation in other localities.
The importance of various habitats for fish in reservoirs
Šmejkal, Marek ; Prchalová, Marie (advisor) ; Vašek, Mojmír (referee)
Fish distribution in reservoirs is not homogeneous. Fish usually occur in upper parts of reservoirs on the longitudinal axis, where is also the greatest concentration of nutrients. Fish abundance and biomass as well as the trophy are declining towards the dam part. On the vertical axis, most fish occur above the thermocline, where temperature and concentration of dissolved oxygen reach the highest values. Fish community is changing also in time. Shortly after impoundment, the riverine species are dominating the community and later, generalist species prevail. Generally, we can distinguish pelagic and bentic habitats within the reservoir. There are species in reservoirs that occur almost strictly in pelagic habitat like asp and bleak and benthic species like ruffe and perch. Most species occur in both types of habitats (bream, roach, pikeperch, European catfish, white bream). Migrations between habitats occur on daily and on seasonal basis. On daily basis, we distinguish diel horizontal migration, in which fish shift between pelagic and benthic habitats. Diel vertical migration, when fish change depths, is not so significant in Czech reservoirs. Motivations for these diel migrations are food aviability, predation pressure and water temperature. Seasonal migrations comprise spawning migrations and winter...
The importance of various habitats for fish in reservoirs
Šmejkal, Marek ; Vašek, Mojmír (referee) ; Prchalová, Marie (advisor)
Fish distribution in reservoirs is not homogeneous. Fish usually occur in upper parts of reservoirs on the longitudinal axis, where is also the greatest concentration of nutrients. Fish abundance and biomass as well as the trophy are declining towards the dam part. On the vertical axis, most fish occur above the thermocline, where temperature and concentration of dissolved oxygen reach the highest values. Fish community is changing also in time. Shortly after impoundment, the riverine species are dominating the community and later, generalist species prevail. Generally, we can distinguish pelagic and bentic habitats within the reservoir. There are species in reservoirs that occur almost strictly in pelagic habitat like asp and bleak and benthic species like ruffe and perch. Most species occur in both types of habitats (bream, roach, pikeperch, European catfish, white bream). Migrations between habitats occur on daily and on seasonal basis. On daily basis, we distinguish diel horizontal migration, in which fish shift between pelagic and benthic habitats. Diel vertical migration, when fish change depths, is not so significant in Czech reservoirs. Motivations for these diel migrations are food aviability, predation pressure and water temperature. Seasonal migrations comprise spawning migrations and winter...
Ichthyological surveys of the Nýrsko and Karhov reservoirs and investigations of abundance, age composition and spawning dynamics of asp population in the Želivka Reservoir in 2015.
Vašek, Mojmír ; Soukalová, Kateřina ; Kočvara, Luboš ; Blabolil, Petr ; Baran, Roman ; Frouzová, Jaroslava ; Koliada, Ievgen ; Muška, Milan ; Šmejkal, Marek ; Draštík, Vladislav ; Kolařík, T. ; Prachař, Zdeněk ; Sajdlová, Zuzana ; Vebrová, L. ; Vejřík, Lukáš ; Kubečka, Jan
The species composition and the relative abundance and biomass of fish communities in the Nýrsko and Karhov reservoirs were evaluated by means of standardised multimesh gillnets. The spawning stock of asp in the Želivka Reservoir was individually marked using PIT tags and the density and behaviour of tagged fish at the main spawning grounds were examined through the whole spawning season. The total number of reproducing individuals in the asp population was estimated. The sex-specific length and weight growth rates of adult asp in the Želivka Reservoir were also calculated. \n\n
A new tool for improvement the quality of water ecosystems
Blabolil, Petr ; Říha, Milan ; Peterka, Jiří ; Prchalová, Marie ; Vašek, Mojmír ; Frouzová, Jaroslava ; Jůza, Tomáš ; Muška, Milan ; Tušer, Michal ; Draštík, Vladislav ; Ricard, Daniel ; Sajdlová, Zuzana ; Šmejkal, Marek ; Vejřík, Lukáš ; Matěna, Josef ; Borovec, Jakub ; Kubečka, Jan
The Czech multimetric fish based index (CZ-FBI) was developed recently. The aim of CZ-FBI is to assess the ecological potential of heavily modified and artificial water bodies and to detect ecosystems, particularly their specific components, in unsatisfactory conditions. This article describes steps of CZ-FBI development. Since the philosophy used, particular events presenting the results, to recent stage. CZ-FBI is a part of certified methodology of the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic and the comparison with other assessment methodologies within a geographical intercalibration group is in process.
Ichthyological survey of fish communities of Láz, Pilská and Obecnice reservoirs in 2014.
Muška, Milan ; Vašek, Mojmír ; Blabolil, Petr ; Kočvara, Luboš ; Soukalová, Kateřina
The aim of the complex ichthyological survey of Láz, Pilská and Obecnice reservoirs in 2014 was the description of fish community composition and succession with the emphasis put on the abundance and biomass estimates of single species.
Fish stock assessment of the Petrusplaat Reservoir in 2014
Říha, Milan ; Jůza, Tomáš ; Vašek, Mojmír ; Soukalová, Kateřina ; Kočvara, Luboš
The aim of the complex ichthyological survey of Petrusplaat Reservoir in 2014 was the description of fish community composition and succession with the emphasis put on the abundance and biomass estimates. All important littoral/benthic and pelagic habitats were sampled using the well-established methods (benthic and pelagic gillnets, shore seining and pelagic fry trawling) aiming particularly on the improvement of abundance and biomass estimates of large fish.
Fish stock assessment of the Honderd en Dertig Reservoir in 2014
Jůza, Tomáš ; Vašek, Mojmír ; Říha, Milan ; Soukalová, Kateřina ; Kočvara, Luboš
The aim of the complex ichthyological survey of Honderd en Dertig Reservoir in 2014 was the description of fish community composition and succession with the emphasis put on the abundance and biomass estimates. All important littoral/benthic and pelagic habitats were sampled using the well-established methods (benthic and pelagic gillnets, shore seining and pelagic fry trawling) aiming particularly on the improvement of abundance and biomass estimates of large fish.

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