Biotic threats to garden monuments: algae, cyanobacteria and invasive plant species

Name: Biotic threats to garden monuments: algae, cyanobacteria and invasive plant species
Researchers: Kohout Petr (member of research team)
Man Matěj (member of research team)
Maršálek Blahoslav (member of research team)
Maršálková Eliška (member of research team)
Pejchal Miloš (member of research team)
Pergl Jan (head – principal researcher)
Perglová Irena (member of research team)
Petřík Petr (member of research team)
Petružálková Markéta (member of research team)
Pyšek Michal (member of research team)
Pyšek Petr (member of research team)
Rozehnalová Tereza (member of research team)
Sádlo Jiří (member of research team)
Štefl Lukáš (head – principal researcher)
Švábová Markéta (member of research team)
Vojík Martin (member of research team)
Vosátka Miroslav (member of research team)
Project Type: Other projects
Realization from: 2016
Realization to: 2020
Summary: The project addresses the primary aim of the NAKI programme, to contribute to rational use of public sources to build instruments for conservation, assessment and presentation of the objects of landscape design and of the cultural landscapes (Global Aim No. 2). We will elaborate on working methods, instruments and approaches that will reduce, in a principle way, existing negative biotic factors that threaten garden monuments. Such negative impacts that will be addressed by the project include invasive plant species, with associated introduced pathogens, and microorganism (algae and cyanobacteria) deteriorating water quality and degrading facades and sculptures.

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