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Sustainable water resources managementin high mountains in the Baltic Sea Region

Sustainable water resources managementin high mountains in the Baltic Sea Region

Pociask-Karteczka J. (ed.), 2019, Sustainable water resources managementin high mountains in the Baltic Sea Region, IGiGP UJ, Kraków.

ISBN 978-83-64089-51-0

Język publikacji: angielski

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Spis treści

Lars Rydén 

 s. 9-15

Development of high mountain regions - why sustainable?

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Joanna Pociask-Karteczka, Jarosław Balon, Ladislav Holko? 

 s. 17-26

High mountains in the Baltic Sea basin

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Ladislav Holko, Joanna Pociask-Karteczka 

 s. 27-40

Hydrology of the Tatra Mountains - local and regional significance

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Joanna P. Siwek, Mirosław Żelazny 

 s. 41-46

Environmental and nthropogenic factors affectingwater chemistry in the Polish Tatra Mountains

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Mirosław Żelazny, Łukasz Pęksa, Anna Bojarczuk, Joanna Paulina Siwek, Monika Sajdak, Janusz Siwek, Agnieszka Rajwa-Kuligiewicz, Marta Pufelska,Joanna Pociask-Karteczka 

 s. 47-60

Spatial and temporal variability of water resources in the Polish Tatra Mountains

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Marek Kot 

 s. 61-68

Management and protection of water resources in the Tatra National Park

Summary: water intakes, hydropower, artificial snowmaking, ecological education

Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): Water resources in the Tatra National Park are essential for community living in Zakopane and its vicinity, and for functioning mountain lodges located in the Park. Surface freshwater and groundwater intakes occur in the majority of mountain creek catchments and covers the water requirements for domestic and public services in mountain lodges, for electric power plants both in and out of the Park, and for artificial snowing. The quality of water is high, and thus does not require advanced treatment techniques. In summer months, and September and October, water consumption is the biggest and is associated with tourist traffic in Zakopane. Water monitoring system developed by the Tatra National Park in the beginning of the 20th century, provides data for more accurate water resource management. Another vital practice which assists in helping to preserve water resourcesand ecosystems in the Tatra National Park is ecological education. Contemporary water resources extraction in the Tatra National Park tends to be sustainable, however the increasing demand for water in the region, especially for artificial snowing, instigates conflict between the Park (nature protection) and touristic, and ski lobbies (exploitation of water).

Pociask-Karteczka J. (ed.), 2019, Sustainable water resources managementin high mountains in the Baltic Sea Region, IGiGP UJ, Kraków, s. 61-68.

Instytut Geografii i Gospodarki Przestrzennej UJ

ISBN 978-83-64089-51-0

© IGiGP UJ "2020"