Mikroklimat i mikroflora jaskiń Ojcowskiego Parku Narodowego
AbstractThe article presents the results of microclimatic investigations conducted in four caves of Ojców National Park, namely the Jama Ani, Okopy Górna, Sąspowska and Złodziejska Caves. The caves singled out for the study differed from each other in the situation in relation to the valley floor, the course and system of corridors, and the number of mouths. Based on thermal-humidity measurements thermal zones and microclimatic types were identified in the investigated caves. The microclimatic studies were accompanied by microbiological measurements which focused on determining the quantity of microflora occurring in the cave environment. The microbiological measurements showed that particularly bacteria and actinomycetes find in the cave environment very favourable conditions for the development.
|Other language title versions||Microclimate and microflora of caves of Ojcow National Park|
|Journal series||Prądnik. Prace i Materiały Muzeum im. Prof. Władysława Szafera, ISSN 0867-0196, (B 4 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.75|
|Keywords in English||microclimate, microbiology, caves, Ojców National Park|
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