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Felling woody plants which grow outside of the forest and a transport infrastructure
Bilanin, Petr ; Rajchl, Jiří (advisor) ; Svoboda, Petr (referee)
Felling woody plants which grow outside of the forest and a transport infrastructure Abstract The subject of this diploma thesis is a legal regulation of felling woody plants located near road and rail transport infrastructure. It focuses mainly on the analysis and evaluation of the current legal regulation of this area, together with de lege ferenda proposals that could lead to the improvement of this legal regulation. This thesis is divided into three sections, which are further divided into individual chapters and subchapters. The first section is focused on the description of the general legal regulation of felling woody plants which grow outside of the forest. This general legal regulation form the basis of special legal regulations of felling woody plants located near road and rail transport infrastructure. In this section there is an illustration of the central concept of woody plants which grow outside the forest, an exploration of three basic principles of this regal legulation and, above all, a description of the individual regimes under which it is possible to fell woody plants. Special protection regimes of woody plants which grow outside of the forest are also briefly discussed. The second section is dedicated to the felling of woody plants which are located near road infrastructure and related...
Accumulating energy wood head
Pokorný, Radek ; Hloušek, David (referee) ; Kašpárek, Jaroslav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design and custom concept of a cutting head for the removal of small seeding trees located on the loading crane of a forestry machine. The device is designed as an extension of the service machine while the loading crane with the cutting head is part of lumber mining machinery or a forwarder. The work is focused on the design of the selected unit.
Správa zeleně intravilánu
SEKAL, Jiří
This thesis is focused on summarizing the importance of urban greenery and emphasize the importance of its management. The introductory chapter discusses the historical development of urban greenery, followed by the most important functions and their influence on the urban environment and the population living there. The third chapter is focused on legislative for the management of urban greenery and problematics with the planting, maintenance and felling. The final chapter is divided into two main parts. The first mentions the use of some modern technologies in connection with the management of urban greenery. In the second shows the current situation of the management of greenery and a brief description of the České Budějovice with partial involvement of modern methods of information collection and their subsequent use in planning professional intervention.