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10 th Junior Eco-Expert Project “Human Activity and Its Impact on the Environment“ Veselí nad Lužnicí 2008
Natural conditions Members: Samuel Wintereder, Andrea Písaříková, Tereza Smítková
The Třeboň basin - geographical classification
Waters The canal of Blata The Bechyně Brook The Lužnice River The Rosenberk fishpond
Subterranean water Artesian wells are 200 to 1,500 m deep ( 1,500 m is extreme depth)
The marshland of Borkovice Formation- by springing of the subterranian water to the surface Area 880ha 3 soil types: - fenny soil - fen - transient peat
An interesting place- sand dune
Forests Form 42% of the landscape of Třeboň Rarity is the Třeboň pine
Climatic conditions Average temperature
Climatic conditions Average rainfalls
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What are the different biomes of the world?
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