Runoff processes and land use changes in the upper reaches of the Krupá river catchment during the last 70 years

https://doi.org/10.17221/2103-SWRCitation:Pavelková Chmelová R., Šarapatka B., Dumbrovský M., Pavka P. (2007): Runoff processes and land use changes in the upper reaches of the Krupá river catchment during the last 70 years. Soil & Water Res., 2: 77-84.
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In this paper, the authors summarise the land use changes in the upper reaches of the Krupá river catchment, which is a left tributary of the Morava River. During last 70 years, the catchment was exposed to many important historical events that have been inscribed in the physique of the landscape in a very interesting way. The land use changes, which occurred during the last eight decades in the subcatchment of the Krupá river basin, have been analysed using historical maps, cadastral maps, and both historical and recent aerial photographs of the area. The next step is to estimate, through the CN method and DesQ hydrological model, how the runoff processes in the Krupá River catchment could be influenced by the land use changes.
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