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Precipitation Extremes and Disastrous Floods in Central Europe in July 1897
0343067 - UGN-S 2011 RIV DE eng M - Část monografie knihy
Munzar, Jan - Ondráček, Stanislav
Precipitation Extremes and Disastrous Floods in Central Europe in July 1897.
The Polish Climate in the European Context: An Historical Overview. Dordrecht - Heidelberg - London – New York: Springer, 2010 - (Przybylak, R.; Majorowicz, J.; Brázdil, R.; Kejna, M.), s. 389-396. ISBN 978-90-481-3166-2
Výzkumný záměr: CEZ:AV0Z30860518
Klíčová slova: Central Europe * historical hydrometeorological extremes * July/August 1897
Kód oboru RIV: DA - Hydrologie a limnologie
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In 2007 we have commemorated the 10th anniversary of an exceptional natural disaster that affected in July 1997 a considerable part of Central Europe. It was the most severe natural catastrophe in the territory of the Czechia in the 20th century. Analogical to this flood are events that occurred in 1897. The 1-day total precipitation of 345.1 mm from 29 July 1897 gauged at the Nová Louka station in the Jizerské hory Mts. is a Central-European record until today. The extreme rains in the summer of 1897 raised great floods which affected a considerable part of Europe. In the territory of the Czechia they occurred namely in the upper Labe/Elbe R. and in the upper Morava/March R. basins. The high waters also showed on the Elbe R. in Saxony, in the Odra/Oder R. basin in the Poland, but also on the Danube R. in Austria where its water level culminated in Vienna 6 m above normal. Exemplified are flood damages, especially in the Czecho-Polish borderland.
Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0185630