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|Margaletić, J.||UDK 630* 451 + 136 (001)|
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|Losses Within the Big Game Stock in The Spačva Basin as Consequence of the Agression on the Republic of Croatia pdf HR EN||609|
|Summary: The thesis analyzes the consequences of the 5-year-long intensive aggression on RC in the area of the Spačva basin in Eastern Slavonija, which have affected the game stock, hunting ground installations and the overall hunting management. The research takes into account the data on the game counting and shooting rates between 1985 and 2002 in the hunting grounds Spačva north and Spačva south. The total area of these hunting grounds under research amounts to 35,826 ha.In order to be able to clearly monitor and get an insight into the state of the basic game stocks, three periods have been analyzed:|
• before the aggression 1985 – 1990
• during the aggression 1991 – 1995
• after the aggression (recovery time) 1996 – 2002
The object of the research is big game managed in this region: red deer (Cervus elaphus L.), fallow deer (Dama dama L.), roe deer (Capreolus capreolus L.) and wildboar (Sus scrofa L.). For each kind of the game mentioned there were analyses made regarding the numerical strenght of the basic stocks, increment and shooting rates.
The goal of the research was to define whether and in what degree were the numbers, structure, quality and value of the basic game stocks disturbed under the consequences of the aggression in these areas. Finally, the research goal is also to suggest ways and measures to improve the overall state within the hunting grounds in the post-war recovery period.
The mathematical-statistical data analysis was made in order to define the differences of the numerical strenght of the game in the hunting grounds Spačva north and Spačva south in the above mentioned three periods. The testing of mean values and deviation from mean values of the game numbers within the basic stocks has shown that in most cases there are considerable statistical differences for the period of aggression and the recovery in comparison to the time before the war.
On the mean value basis in the mentioned periods there were magnitudes defined for the variation of numbers within the basic stocks and the shooting rates.
Comprehensive preparations were necessary to carry out the research that lasted for 12 years – 5 years during the aggression and 7 years of post war recovery. For all three game species and three periods mentioned there are table and graphical data presented. The research was carried through also during the war period between 1991 and 1995 in spite of many risks, especially mined hunting areas. During all that time, regular hunting management hasn’t stopped. Only after the war there occurred the conditions for a detailed research. In addition to the counting of game, the records on hunting management and data from the management plans were used.
For purpose of creating conditions for further success of hunting management and the research itself, the ruined sites and habitats, hunting-management installations and roads had to be recovered and professional staff had to be adequately educated.
The results of the research show that in the mentioned hunting grounds between 1991 and 1995 and further until 2002, 1470 piecies of deer were lost. In addition to that, the increment in amount of 224 calves was lost. The stock of 20 pieces of fallow deer vanished completely. The stock of roe deer in the period from 1991 to 1995 shows a shortfall by 625 pieces. By analysing the continuation of the aggression influence until 2002, there is a record of another 1000 pieces of roe deer and 320 fawns lost. During the aggression period there were no official hunts taking place. In the period of recovery between 1996 and 2002, the seven years were inufficient time to reach the numerical strenght of the red deer and roe deer stock from the pre-war time between 1985 and 1990. In addition to the big game that is the direct research subject, there are also records of other animal species hurt in this area. These data concern both hunting grounds collectively.
The wildboar stock wasn’t damaged, mainly due to the fear of trichinosis and other contagious diseases present, as well as the poor controll of health condition trends.
Due to the way of hunting management, biological and ecological demands of the red deer, the most valuable big game in the Spačva forests and the conformity with the demands of other game managed in this area, I suggest the integration of the hunting grounds Spačva north and Spačva south. As a model of forest and game management it is suggested to maintain and further improve an integral way of management, with the hollistical approach to the forest and game issues.
Key words: Spacva; Hunting; Hunting Management; Game; Red deer; Fallow deer; Roe deer; Wild boars; Growing stock; Consequences of the Agression against the Republic of Croatia
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