The impact of fish stock manipulation on aquatic macroinvertebrates and waterfowl in the Lednice Fishponds National Nature Reserve (Czech Republic).
|Year of publication||2013|
|MU Faculty or unit|
|Description||The Lednice Fishponds National Nature Reserve is one of the most important wetland sites in the Czech Republic. The reserve consists of five large lowland ponds and was established in order to protect numerous species of waterbirds and endangered wetland plants. A monitoring targeted on the effects of new management on waterbirds, aquatic invertebrates and water chemistry was conducted in 2008–2010. The recorded patterns should be taken into consideration during the development of the management strategy for the conservation of threatened wetland communities in fishpond nature reserves.|