Dyje

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Dyje

 

a river in Czechoslovakia and Austria, a right tributary of the Morava in the Danube basin. It has a length of 302 km and a basin area of 13,400 sq. km. The Dyje flows along the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. The average rate of flow at the river’s mouth is 45 cu m per sec. Timber is floated on the river, and there is a hydroelectric power plant. The city of Znojmo (Czechoslovakia) is situated on the Dyje.

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Site SO is a game preserve situated in the floodplain forest aligning two large rivers, the Morava and Dyje. Open areas are mostly covered with alluvial grassland.
The locations were the LuZnice site (the Bechyne River, river km 11), the Topelec site (the Otava River, river km 20), the Nespeky site (the Sazava River, river km 27.5 km), the Srbsko site (the Berounka River, river km 29), the Zeldn site (the Vltava River, river km 5), the Obnstvi site (the Labe River, river km 122), the Schmilka site (the Labe River, river km 21), the Zidlochovice site (the Svratka River, river km 23), the Pohansko site (the Dyje River, river km 16), the Lanzhot site (the Morava River, river km 9.5), and the Bohumin site (the Odra River, river km 9).
Historically, Marharii with eleven townships settled near the Dyje and Morava rivers.
Podyji area: 1 [female], Havraniky, reserve Udoli Dyje, Sobes [48[degrees]48'N, 15[degrees]58'E], 13-17 June 1999, M.
Polyploidie u karase stribriteho (Carassius auratus) v dolnim toku Dyje--determinace pomoci velikosti jader erytrocytu (Polyploidy in the Prussian carp from downstream of Dyje River--identification from size of the erythrocyte nuclei).
Along the Vltava River Valley in Southern Bohemia and the Dyje River Valley in Southern Moravia, numerous folk and music festivals are held.
The two sites are Mokrady dolniho Podyji (floodplain of lower Dyje River) and Poodri - the first is part of the tripartite transboundary Ramsar site called the Trilateral Ramsar Site Floodplains of the Morava-Dyje-Danube Confluence shared by the Czech and Slovak Republics and Austria; the second is part of the Odra/Oder floodplain in the north-east part of the country (with water flowing to the Baltic Sea).
Two other financing memoranda under the ISPA programme (which finances transport and environmental projects) have also just been signed - one for a Euro 9.12 million project to reconstruct the waste-water treatment plant and drinking water supply in the Jesen?k Region, and the other for a Euro 33.39 million project to improve the collection and treatment of waste water within the Dyje Basin.