Animal excrements, especially those of pigs, are produced in large volumes in Southeast Asia . Where these wastes are not properly treated, negative impacts on natural environment and health of local inhabitants are a consequence.
According to a study by scientists from the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague and the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (Berlin, Germany), climate change and land use will cause significant changes in the composition of fish communities in the river network by 2050. The article was published by the prestigious scientific journal Global Change Biology.
University journal Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica (SAB) was ranked 74th amongst 217 scientific journals in the field of Agricultural and Biological Sciences – miscellaneous.
A recent study in the Nature Climate Change journal, published by an international team of experts from the CULS Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences and the Faculty of Environmental Sciences, shows that ongoing climate change will significantly increase the frequency of large-scale calamities of economic forests.
A new version of the Senoseč online mobile app with new profiles for farmers and gamekeepers developed by the Faculty of Economics and Management of the Czech University of Life Sciences will help to save animals during haymaking more efficiently.
With the current state of solar technology, an important role is played by the development of materials stable in long-term irradiation and temperature changes, which may be used to develop new PV panels. Scientists from the CULS are testing the possibilities of encapsulating panels in silicone gel.