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Environmental role of reservoirs

A water reservoir or an artificial lake is a closed space for storing water for a specific purpose. Although the term artificial lake is used trivially, it is not completely correct, because manmade reservoirs do not have the same features and functions as natural freshwater lakes. Reservoirs are built with...
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Mountains and nature

Mountains are some of the most imposing phenomena on the Earth’s surface. They cover around 27% of the planet’s surface and around 22% of the total human population lives on these elevations. Mountains do not only provide living conditions for those who actually live there, but also for those living...
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Climate change and local communities

With each day the consequences and the information we have about climate change are becoming more numerous and obvious. Climate is changing, which means that the life of everyone on this planet is changing too. Unfortunately, small local and rural communities will be at the front line of these changes...
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Food and environmental protection

Feeding the world’s human population, which is growing daily, is putting an increasingly greater pressure on nature, particularly because an increasing number of people are accepting the so-called western style of food, which is unsustainable and depends on several types of monocultures. It is an even greater challenge to maintain...
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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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