Rivers as ecosystems

Rivers are natural water roads. Rivers often lead to larger water masses, such as oceans or lakes. Rivers consist of several basic parts, starting with the source of a river and springs which flow into the main watercourse. Their flow is restricted by two banks. The last part of the...
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How to treat wildlife

In the country there are still areas that are sparsely populated and whole regions are empty, with displaced populations. The mountains are rich in forests and wide meadows. Forests, meadows and mountains are the home of numerous animals. Meeting at least one large animal while hiking is inevitable. There are...
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Sustainable tourism and environmental protection

The aim of sustainable tourism is to strike a balance between the environmental, economic and socio-cultural aspects of tourism development. This type of tourism is particularly important for environmental protection. It strives to reduce the impact of tourism not only on the environment, but on local communities and culture as...
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Several rules for proper behaviour outdoors

In the last few years there has been noticeably more interest in all forms of outdoor sports and recreation, particularly hiking, mountain biking and alpinism. This resulted in greater number of visitors to popular excursion spots around the country. After several months in a global pandemic, closed in our homes,...
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Environmental importance of riparian vegetation

Riparian or river bank vegetation is the zone with vegetation along the shores of streams, rivers and wetlands. Healthy riparian vegetation is comprised of trees, bushes and tall tussocks that cast shadow over the water and stabilize the shores. Natural, narrative riparian vegetation on banks is an important habitat for...
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Biodiversity and health

Healthy human communities depend on healthy ecosystems. They are necessary for men to ensure clean air, fresh water, medicine and food. They also reduce the possibility for illnesses and stabilize the climate. Despite all of this, biodiversity suffers huge losses because of human activities. People depend on biodiversity every day...
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Mountains and water

According to assessments, the life of one tenth of the entire human population depends directly on mountains. They are not important only for the people who inhabit them, but also for those who live in the valleys and basins below them. On a global level, the mountains’ greatest value is...
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Trees as habitats

Trees are often seen as a unit of one species, while forests as a population of species. In fact, trees, particularly mature trunks, are habitats of many species of living organisms. With their trunks, crowns, fruit and branches they provide living conditions for many creatures. Habitat trees can be defined...
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