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Jméno
   Kopáček, J.
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   Climate warming accelerates decrease of aluminium concentrations in acidified lakes
   Dlouhodobý výzkum šumavských jezer- výstupy pro lesnickou praxi
   Hysteresis in reversal of central European mountain lakes from atmospheric acidification
   Increasing temperature decreses aluminum concentrations in Central European lakes recovering from acidification
   Lake sediment evidence of air pollution from pre-historic copper and bronze production
   Long-term record of acidification and recovery
   A modelling assessment of acidification and recovery of European surface waters
   Modelling reversibility of Central European mountain lakes from acidification: Part I - the Bohemian forest
   Modelling reversibility of central European mountain lakes from acidification: Part II - the Tatra Mountains
   Obnovit či neobnovit přečerpávání vody do Černého jezera?
   Physical, chemical, and biochemical characteristics of soils in watersheds of the Bohemian Forest lakes: I. Plešné Lake
   Physical, chemical, and biochemical characteristics of soils in watersheds of the Bohemian Forest lakes: II. Čertovo and Černé lakes
   Recovery from acidification in European surface waters
   Response of alpine lakes and soils to changes in acid deposition: the MAGIC model applied to the Tatra Mountain region, Slovakia-Poland
   Response of sulphur dynamics in European catchments to decreasing sulphate deposition
   Sto třicet let výzkumu šumavských jezer