Picture 4
 
Picture 4    Increasing the cross section of the Becva River below Prerov (down the river flow)
 
The cross section of the Becva River in Prerov has been reduced by fly ash mounds and, as a result, the water level there goes high during inundation. It is possible to significantly lower down the water level along the fly ash mounds on both banks of the Becva River by decreasing the ground level and by a partial re-directing of water flows through a floodway situated under the fly ash mounds (thus enforcing inundation from the left side of the river). The bank plantation will be renewed. The water-bed maintenance of the Becva River will be minimal and adequate to care of non-regulated rivers. There will be inundation meadows with shrublands, single trees and wetlands on the area with the decreased ground level.