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Snowpack energy balance in forest environment: spatial and temporal variability of shortwave and longwave radiation
Hotový, Ondřej
Snowpack energy balance in forest environment: spatial and temporal variability of shortwave and longwave radiation Assessment of the role of forest on snowmelt processes and snowpack attributes contributes to the accuracy of spring floods forecasting. An importance of the coniferous forest consists in change of the snowpack energy balance. Forest reduces the total amount of solar radiation, however trees cause emitting of longwave radiation, both factors are fundamentally reflected in time of snowmelt in forest environment. Master thesis focuses on temporal and spatial variability of shortwave and longwave radiation depending on the structures of vegetation cover. Individual site types were defined as an open area, a forest affected by the bark beetle (Ips typographus) and a healthy coniferous forest, based on the hemispheric images of vegetation and its Leaf Area Index (LAI). Moreover, repeated manual measurements of the snow depth and snow water equivalent (SWE) were done in plots during winter period 2016/2017 in the Ptačí Brook catchment in the Šumava Mountains, and an analysis of shortwave and longwave radiation data the radiometers in plots was performed. Radiation fluxes in different plots were described in daily and seasonal scale, including the calculation of total heat from shortwave and...
Snowpack energy balance in forest environment: spatial and temporal variability of shortwave and longwave radiation
Hotový, Ondřej
Snowpack energy balance in forest environment: spatial and temporal variability of shortwave and longwave radiation Assessment of the role of forest on snowmelt processes and snowpack attributes contributes to the accuracy of spring floods forecasting. An importance of the coniferous forest consists in change of the snowpack energy balance. Forest reduces the total amount of solar radiation, however trees cause emitting of longwave radiation, both factors are fundamentally reflected in time of snowmelt in forest environment. Master thesis focuses on temporal and spatial variability of shortwave and longwave radiation depending on the structures of vegetation cover. Individual site types were defined as an open area, a forest affected by the bark beetle (Ips typographus) and a healthy coniferous forest, based on the hemispheric images of vegetation and its Leaf Area Index (LAI). Moreover, repeated manual measurements of the snow depth and snow water equivalent (SWE) were done in plots during winter period 2016/2017 in the Ptačí Brook catchment in the Šumava Mountains, and an analysis of shortwave and longwave radiation data the radiometers in plots was performed. Radiation fluxes in different plots were described in daily and seasonal scale, including the calculation of total heat from shortwave and...
Time lapse travel
Sodomková, Natálie ; Smetana, Matěj (referee) ; Vaněk, Vojtěch (advisor)
Project "Time lapse travel" is simple 2D adventure game, placed in real environment of Vodarensky les near Svitavy. Content is about fairy tales, folklore, time, magic realism and my own personal mythology. My goal is to create a specific atmosphere with stylization of the theme and distinctive visual art style. Whole project is a connection of experiments and digital games together to ask the question if its posssible for the interaction to provide a subjective atmosphere.
Bird abundances and the height of vegetation
Černohorská, Eliška ; Hořák, David (advisor) ; Hanzelka, Jan (referee)
Bird abundance, it means the number of individuals at a specific site relates to the number of species in the area. It is common that species-richer habitats contain more individuals. Bird abundance which detected most frequently during the breeding period is influenced by the vertical structure of the vegetation so that habitats with low vegetation (e.g. grasslands) occupy smaller numbers of birds than the cover of higher vegetation (e.g. shrublands and forests). Most often total bird abundance positively correlates with increasing vegetation height determined by successional stages. Based at the stated studies, it is evident that bird species respond to vegetation height and its changes in a specific way, therefore it is difficult to make general conclusions. Negative correlation between vegetation height and bird abundance observed in some studies can be caused by various methods of data collection on vegetation height in different areas. In my opinion, bird abundance relates more to vegetation density and vegetation stratification than to vegetation height. The reason is that bird occurrence in forest habitats is impacted by well-developed undergrowth not just by forest canopy height. To further clarify how vegetation height affects bird abundance, we need more research that would compare bird...
Spica/ Brno, Nove sady 49°11'20.3"N 16°36'29.4"E
Csanda, Denis ; Kisová, Barbora (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
Design „micro-urbanism“ in designated area. Aim of this work is to find suitable development strategy of open city block. Bachelor‘s thesis adresses design of poly-functional building, including town hall and housing in city Brno. The main theme is to find maximal, yet optimal solution to site, which functions as parking space. The design tries to complete corner of designated city block, which will be part of future „south“ neighbourhood. The townhall and housing should function in harmony, which means the building will „live“ all-day long. The site is located in the node of historic centre and new planned neighbourhood. Between the site and neighbouring building will be parking garage tucked under the ground. Also there will be multifunction hall undergound center of the site. Design of the volume is complex and consists of pedestal and 3 towers. These towers volumes pixelate into the pedestal and open into the courtyard. Facade consists od unite form, which disolves and open in the upper levels.
Development of Forest Valuation Methods in the Czech Republic
Absolonová, Jana ; Klika, Pavel (referee) ; Vala, Vlastimil (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to define the issue of determining the administrative price and market value of forest in the Czech Republic. The thesis describes the evolution of methods of determining the price of forest in history since 1897. Furthermore, the thesis deals with the current problem of determining the market value of forest in the Czech Republic. The current situation is documented by a case study, which deals with the determination of the administrative price and market value. The study compares these two values. The final analysis is focused on recommendations of corrections of existing valuation regulations and method of market valuation of forest.
NEO (an unnamed ecological art object)
Molišová, Kateřina ; Lungová, Barbora (referee) ; Klodová, Lenka (advisor)
This bachelor thesis – The Sphere/The Planet – is based on the recycling of waste found in the nature to an art object. The Planet is centred on my need to participate in bringing the landscape back to its original state while also reacting to humanity's attitude to the waste production and its influence on nature. I bind and shape the found waste into a planet-shaped sphere that is meant to be a reflection and companion of the planet Earth which is overfilled by the waste produced by humans. The whole process of creation is recorded on the video that is also part of the installation.
Spiritual brownfield Olomouc - Zlín
Smolová, Tereza ; Nový, Jindřich (referee) ; Štěpán, Marek (advisor)
The assignment of this diploma thesis is the proposal of the Christian sacral centre as an extension of a current site of pilgrimage. Site is situated near Napajedelská brána by Zlin. Proposal is based on previous analysis of the regions of Valašsko and Haná. One of the most serious problems is a lack of spiritual and liturgical sites in the area of Zlín. The analysis and synthesis preceding this diploma thesis are enclosed. The analysis of sites of pilgrimage in the area of Zlín was one of the studied subjects. The assignment of the diploma thesis was created using a combination of discovered data – design of the site of pilgrimage including a church and spiritual centre. This thesis deals with the design of a church as a site of pilgrimage, facilities, accomodation for clergymen and pilgrims. The composition is based on three main objects – church, entrance house and accomodation. The composition is complemented by campanile and „baptistery“. An object itself has two above-ground floors and basement with spa. Some of the spaces in the building have to be functionally separated due to different approach of visitors. Part of the building is a garden which is ideologically and functionally inspired by monastery claustrum.
Spiritual brownfield Olomouc - Zlín
Scholzová, Simona ; Nový, Jindřich (referee) ; Štěpán, Marek (advisor)
The topic of the thesis is the proposal of a pilgrimage site in the area of the source of the spring Svatá Voda near Malenovice - Zlín. The building is located on the nearest top site near the existing spring and it dominates its surroundings. The design is based on a circle symbolizing eternity, harmony - Christianity surrounding the Paradise yard. This ring is intersected by four shards that represent disruption of harmony - humanity. These two types of masses are contrasting, distinguished by both shape and material. There is a church in the largest shard, in the smaller shards there are other smaller chapel or individual prayer rooms. In the ring, which is broken into fragments, there are located rooms like a reception, area of the church with, restaurant and technical facilities, non-profit offices that manage the area, together with a therapist's office. There are rooms with accommodation, classrooms and workshops for retreats as well.

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