The task of the Department is to teach 9 subjects related to agro-meteorology, water management and soil disciplines (e.g. agro-meteorology, water management, climate, soil, natural resources, landscape management), but its activities also encompass the promotion of endeavours aimed at strengthening the Faculty's educational and research profile through compilation of innovation-centred research project proposals.
Major research topics:
Complex research on renewable resources (soil, water, atmosphere). Possibilities of water management in climate strategy, modelling (inland water storage and opportunities for agricultural utilisation of retained inland water).
Studying and evaluating plant, soil and weather models. Environmental research based on atmospheric air pollution research.
Exploration and tracking of the weather-related causes of decreased or expected production yields.
Investigating the adaptation of agricultural water management to current weather conditions, proposals for water-saving crop production. Surveying, analysing and practical and theoretical possibilities of increasing the ground water supply.