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When a flood wave passes along the River Danube, the groundwater level rises, hence property is directly threatened and, in particular, the groundwater resources for the water supply located near the affected rivers increase. As the water is polluted during the flood, a solution to this problem is more than necessary. The specific area for this problem - Sihoť Island, was chosen as one of the most significant areas for groundwater supply in Bratislava. This island is flooded repeatedly every year with several floods. Therefore, it is more than necessary to analyze how the groundwater level reacts to the increased water level in the Danube.

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