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Znanstveno-stručno i staleško glasilo
Hrvatskoga šumarskoga društva
Journal of Forestry Society of Croatia
      Prvi puta izašao 1877. godine i neprekidno izlazi do današnjeg dana
   ISSN No.: 0373-1332              UDC 630*
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Prpić, B., Seletković, Z. i Ivkov, M. UDK 630*432.9:56.001/2 (497.13)
Crown Damage of the Main Tree Species in Croatia in Relation to the Radial Increment     pdf     HR     EN 3
Komlenović, N. UDK 630*424.7.001 (Quercus robur L.)
Relationship Between the Damage Occurring in the Pedunculate Oak (Quercus robur, L.) and Its Nutrition     pdf     HR     EN 11
Grubešić, M. UDK 630*151.2 (497.13) (Castor fiber L.)
Potential Habitats of the Beaver in Croatia and the Possibility of Its Re-inhabitation     pdf     HR     EN 17
Summary: The traditional area of the beaver (Castor fiber L.) inhabitation covers also the Croatian regions. At the end of the 19th century the beaver disappeared from almost the whole of Europe and the same fate also occurred to this species in Croatia. Data exist on its existence in the watercourses of Croatia, but since the beginning of the 20th century it has not been mentioned as a specimen of the fauna in this country.

Interventions towards re-inhabitation of the beaver in the whole of Western Europe has contributed to its recovery, thus, nowdays there is no danger of its extinction.

Research into active habitats of beaver in Bavaria served as a good basis for research into potential beaver habitats in Croatia. The composition of coastal and littoral vegetation, characteristics of watercourses, possibility of beaver dam construction and extremely favourable possibilities for natural spreading of its population were elements learned in Bavaria, and served as starting points for research in Croatia.

During 1993 preliminary research was carried out at 15 localities in Posavina and Podravina as potential habitats for the beaver. The maintenance of strict criteria in the assessment of habitats some localities turned out to be extremely suitable for the beaver. These localities were examined in detail and the results of the preliminary investigation of their quality were confirmed.

The Žutica localities with watercourses Česma and Lonja, together with Legrad with meandering courses of the Drava river, were planned for the beginning of the beaver re-inhabitation in Croatia. Composition of the vegetation, i.e. nutritional potential proved to be better than the average beaver habitats in Bavaria. The distance of agricultural land from the coast eliminates the worries of possible damage by the beaver on agricultural plants, and with this basic pre-conditions are achieved for normal and habitational dwelling of the beaver in these localities.

The investigation results offer a sufficient number of arguments for further work on the re-inhabitation of the beaver in Croatia.
Majera, M., Manojlović, L. i Brna, J. UDK 630*639.1 (Dama dama L.)
Contribution to Investigation of Profitability the Fallow Deer Farming (Dama dama L.)     pdf     HR     EN 27
Krstinić, A., Kajba, D. UDK 630*232.5 (Populus sec. Aigeiros)
Clone Collection of Pure Species and Hybrids of Poplars from Section Aigeiros in the Republic of Croatia - Their Importance for the improvement and the silviculture     pdf     HR     EN 33
Dimitrov, T. UDK 630*431 (497.13 - Jadransko područje)
Influence of Weather Conditions on the Occeurrence of Forest Fires Along the Adriatic Coast and Islands During 1993.     pdf     HR     EN 39

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