Milan Koren

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An international cooperative project on distribution of ozone in the Carpathian Mountains, Central Europe was conducted from 1997 to 1999. Results of that project indicated that in large parts of the Carpathian Mountains, concentrations of ozone were elevated and potentially phytotoxic to forest vegetation. That study led to the establishment of new(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o Keywords: Habitat suitability model Brown bear Geographical information system GARP The paper describes the procedure for constructing a habitat suitability model from the distribution maps of a modelled species. If exact locations are not available, old and present thematic maps indicating species distribution can be used instead. We(More)
The increasing development of road infrastructure considerably contributes to bear habitat fragmentation. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between brown bear movements and secondary roads. The 1463-km2 study area in the north-central Slovakia was defined by the composite home ranges (minimum convex polygon (MCP) 100%) of 21 bears(More)
Nacrtak The work deals with the creation of digital maps of the intensity of GSM/EDGE signal on the territory of the Forest Enterprise at the Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia. Simulation of electromagnetic radiation intensity was calculated using the prediction program TEMS Parcell, based on technical data of transmitters and receivers, as well as(More)
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