Doctoral studies

country
city
subject area
language
university type - Czech Republic  
university status  
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: agriculture, forestry and fishery, veterinary
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: agriculture, forestry and fishery, veterinary
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: agriculture, forestry and fishery, veterinary
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: agriculture, forestry and fishery, veterinary
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: biology
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: medicine, health care
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: biology
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: medicine, health care
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: biology
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: social
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: humanities
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: social
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: humanities
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: biology
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: physical science, environment
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: computer science
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: computer science
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: mathematics and statistics
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: mathematics and statistics
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: arts
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: arts
cs cs
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: arts
en en
Prague, Czech Republic
subject area: arts
Shallow lakes have been greatly affected by increased concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus from intensive agriculture and increased human populations. These key nutrients for plant growth enter the aquatic environment, changing clear water to turbid through a phenomenon called eutrophication.

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