History of landscape understood as 1. a natural landscape, whose ecological states in the past are reconstructed; 2. as cultural landscape, that is a space in which humans intervene and which is perceived by humans depending on their culture; 3. Works on changes and development of landscapes and their assessment by means of landscape indicators.

The author in this article introduces interesting fact of providing drinkable wather in Slovenia from underground even if this county has lots of rivers. He stresses the reasons of providing it from underground world. He exposes the advantages and disadvantages of such actions.

The common reed (Phragmites communis) appeared all along the Danube River and was dominant in places where the river had great widths and several islands. Overall, reed is more common in areas with stagnant or low flowing waterbodies, swamps, flood plains, channels and puddles. It appears both in aquatic as well as in teresstrial ecosystems. The distribution is mainly water-born. Anthropogenic influence on distribution is little.