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Biogeografické regiony České republiky
Biogeographical regions of the Czech Republic

Author(s): Jan Divíšek, Zdeněk Laštůvka, Vít Grulich, Martin Culek
Subject(s): Physical Geopgraphy, Regional Geography, Environmental Geography, Applied Geography, Geomatics, Maps / Cartography, Methodology and research technology, Environmental interactions
Published by: Masarykova univerzita nakladatelství
Keywords: biogeographic division of the landscape; biogeographic regionalization; rocks; soil; climate; Czech Republic; Methodological procedure; Geobiocenological typification; Bioregions of Hercynian subprovince; Western Carpathian sub-province;
Summary/Abstract: This book aims with biogeographically important flora and fauna species, the same as typical phytocoenological unites in biogeographical regions (bioregions) of the Czech Republic. Higher biogeographical unites – subprovinces are characterised too. Characteristics of both bioregions and subprovinces includes description of bedrocks, morphology, climate, soils, typization of ecotopes and present landuse. The text is accompanied by characteristics of typical nature reserves. Within the territory of the Czech Republic, two biogeographical provinces, four biogeographical subprovinces and 91 biogeographical regions have been distinguished. Important part of publication is a map of biogeographical unites of the Czech Republic in the scale of 1:500 000.

  • E-ISBN-13: 978-80-210-8182-6
  • Page Count: 451
  • Publication Year: 2013
  • Language: Czech