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  • Mineralne vody Zvolenskej kotliny. (Mineral waters in the Zvolen Basin)
  • An information of the occurrence, distribution and geochemical characteristics of the individual types of mineral waters in the Zvolen Basin. This basin of Middle Slovakia is rich in mineral waters among them are several evaluated as drinking table
  • mineral waters recommended to exploitation.
  • in evaporation, extraction of groundwater. In some dried areas surface water from elsewhere is infiltrated for later recovery for the use as drinking water. Vegetation of dried slacks which get wet sometimes is of a ruderal character and atypical of dunes.
  • In about half of the Dutch coastal dunes, the former wet slacks have dried during the last 100 years. The purpose of this study was to find causes of drying. A fall in water table was the major cause, others were coastal erosion, increase
  • This preliminary study of the leachates of thirteen selected landfills in a highly industrialised region permitted a better understanding and interpretation of their potential impact on drinking water resources. (LW).
  • Neue Entwicklungen der Rheinwasserqualität. in Arbeitstagung 1981 der Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Wasserwerke im Rheineinzugsgebiet (IAWR).. (New developments on the Rhine water quality)
  • of providing of drinking water have been dealt with. (H. Winteraeken).
  • Last few years quality of the water of the River Rhine has been examined in detail by taking about 20 000 samples. In this lecture, some future objects and problems of the cleaning of waste water, the protection of water quality and the importance
  • (BUCEK A.) Landscape and its protection. (HRADEK M.) Significance of relief in the natural system. (KIZ H.) Water resources. (QUITT E.) Climatic conditions. (UNGERMANN J.) Increase of crop production and hazard for drinking water resources. (BUCEK
  • Die Sanierung des Rheins und der übrigen Oberflächengewässer in den Niederlanden. in Arbeitstagung 1981 der Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Wasserwerke im Rheineinzugsgebiet (IAWR).. (The improvement of the Rhine and the other surface water
  • During the past few decades good drinking water has become scarse because of the decrease of the water quality and the increasing demand. The Rhine provides almost 70 % of all fresh water in the Netherlands. Factors which influence the quality
  • of the surface water and measures against pollution in the past and future are described. (H. Winteraeken).
  • | the rapidly renewable groundwater resources of the Little Plain are now probably the most significant and there is no hope to improve surface and groundwater quality for ensuring drinking water supply. - (DLO), (JS)
  • on their efforts at development (proximity of a source of drinking water, dry and firm building terrain, nearby exploitable land, etc.) rather than socio-political factors (such as the more or less chronic insecurity which sometimes played a major role in other
  • The lake Müggelsee, which is important for the drinking water supply of Berlin, has been thoroughly investigated for some years with respect to its quality state and conversion of substances. To reduce working time and material expense for measuring
  • The Kielder water scheme: changing emphases in multipurpose water management
  • Water-one of the main components of living environment
  • The water quantity and its quality became a serious environmental problem in Czechoslovakia in postwar period. Number of waterwasters increased and so did the amount of wastes let out to waterays. The decline of the share of water pollution
  • in the last ten years and the amelioration of water quality required the considerable investment especially on the construction of waste water purifying stations.
  • Recent developments in large-scale water transfers in the USSR
  • Current status and future plans for large-scale water transfers in the USSR (European diversion projects and Siberian diversion projects)| account given by G. V. Voropaev, director of the Insitute of water problems in Moscow.
  • Vodohospodarsky pasivni oblasti. (Passive water resources areas)
  • Article deals with classification of water regions of Czechoslovakia and water management problems. The possible ways of their evaluation are presented. (MS).
  • Vodni toky v Jihomoravském kraji. (Water streams in the South Moravian Region)
  • Water management problems and balance in particular river basins of South Moravia. There are 22 reservoirs in operation in general. The quality of surface water is poor. (MS).
  • Prispevok k sucasnej koncepcii hydrogeografického vyskumu podzemnych vôd a vodny potencial juznej asti Vychodoslovenskej niziny. (A contribution to the contemporary conception of hydrogeographical research of underground waters and the water
  • The conception of hydrogeographical research of underground waters is outlined and methodical approaches are explained. Problems of natural environment water potential and a balance valuation of ground water resources are given on exemple
  • Genetical structure and regime of water resources in Lovec district
  • A quantitative estimation of water resources of every 200-meter height belts has been carried out. The structure elements has been estimated by means of analysis of hydrographes. A phase of primary high water and low water level has been established
  • Allapotfelvétel a vizellatas helyzetérol a Dunantuli-kozéphegységben Recording the state of water supply in the Transdanubian Mountains
  • It talks about the development of communal water-supply. It is a problem at present to find enough water. How can we protect water from pollution ? These are the main questions in this study. - (DLO)
  • Vysné Ruzbachy-najvydatnejsi areal mineralnych vod na Slovensku Vysné Ruzbachy-the most abundant mineral water area in Slovakia
  • The richest area of thermal mineral water of Slovakia has altogether eight main warm springs and some smaller springs with cold chalybeate water. The origin of these waters suppose the autor newly in the Propadska kotlina (Basin) and Levocska
  • Vztahy krasovych vôd k tvorbe mineralnych a termalnych vôd na Slovensku. (Relation of karst waters to the formation of mineral and thermal waters in Slovakia)
  • The relations between the circulation of subterranean waters and the formation of Karst are as a matter of fact different. The Slovak territory is by its geographical position, geological and morphological structure a classic region for the study
  • Hydrologické a klimatologické hodnoceni podzemnich vod CSR Hydrological and climatological evaluation of ground waters in the C.S. R
  • Detailed evaluation of ground waters in the Czech Socialist Republic, the results of observations of ground water levels from selected objects and of discharge of important springs, zonality of the regime and regionalisation of ground waters. (MS).