Jiří Peterka Group
Researcher ID: F-8548-2014
I am a hydrobiologist interested in (1) fish ecology in various environments and (2) greenhouse-gases fluxes in freshwaters, primarily using advanced underwater acoustic technology. Besides scientific echosounders and advanced acoustic cameras, I have a great deal of experiences with fisheries active and passive netting, electrofishing, and field sampling of diffusive and ebullitive fluxes of carbonic gases. I have participated on a great deal of projects focused on quantitative and qualitative investigations of fish communities and methane surveys in large inland waters throughout Europe.
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Ohlédnutí za netradičním biologickým happeningem v trávě na zahradě Biologického centra AV ČR, na Sádkách: Objektivem Tomáše...
Gas ebullition of river impoundments plays an increasingly signiﬁcant role, particularly in transporting methane CH4 from their sediments to the...
Monitoring of biota in heterogeneous ecosystems requires sampling in different habitats and across environmental gradients. The resulting...
Ecological quality assessment of non-natural water bodies is, in contrast to natural systems, less developed and requires determining biological...