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|Klepac, D.||UDK 630* 902 : 945+946.001 (497.13)|
|Croatian Forestry in the Second Half of 19th Century pdf HR EN||115|
|Summary: In Croatian forestry of the second part of 19th century three events are very significant: 1. the General Forestry Law from 1852, 2. the opening of the Land Management and Forestry School in Križevci near Zagreb in 1860, and 3. the foundation of Forestry Academy in Zagreb in 1898.|
The General Forestry Law 1852 proclaimed the principle of sustained yield which was adopted and recognized by Croatian forestry until today.
The opening of the Land Management and Forestry School took place on 19 November 1860 in Križevci near Zagreb and lasted for forestry education until 1898. The goal of the new school was the training of young people to serve as foresters to landowners, in communes and on state holdings. Required educational background for the new school was three years of lower secondary school or the gymnasium; the course of forestry study lasted at first two years (four semesters) and then the study was extended to three years.
The foundation of Forestry Academy 1898 in Zagreb indicates the high level study of forestry in Croatia. In fact the Forestry Academy was one part of the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb University. This study lasted for three years. Graduates of the Forestry Academy were equal in rank to graduate foresters in other countries. The curriculum lasted six semesters until 1919 when the Forestry Academy was transformed into Agricultural and Forestry Faculty of Zagreb University.
In the second part of the 19th century the territory of Croatia and Slavonia has the superficial area of 42 532 km2 with 36 of forests. There were
1.532.516 ha of forests as follows: 313.197 ha of state, 794.445 ha of community and 425.248 ha of private forests. This paper was written in the memory of the Croatian and Slavonian governor (banus) Josip Sokčević (1811-1896) who was born in Vinkovci 185 years ago. The worth of his contribution is very important concerning the education and sciences and arts in Croatia. During his government the first Land and Management and Forestry School was opened (1860) and the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts was founded (1861-1866/67).
|Trinajstić, I., Kamenjarin, J.||UDK 630* 188.001(497.13)|
|Plantsociological analyses of holm oak - Quercus ilex L. Forests on Kozjak near Split (Croatia) pdf HR EN||127|
|Bertović, S., Generalović, M., Karavla, J., Martinović, J.||UDK 630* 279.001 (497.13)|
|Rijeka Parks and Nature Areas pdf HR EN||133|
|Böhm, D.||UDK 630* 279 : 907.1 (497.13)|
|Current Issues on the Protection and Preservation of the Plitvice Lakes National Park pdf HR EN||161|
|Jurković, M.||UDK 630* 279. (497.13)|
|The Botanical Garden of the School in Kaštel-Lukšić pdf HR EN||171|
|Ivan Maričević||UDK 630* : 013* (497.13)|
|Index of Authors and Content Structure of Šumarski list 1976 - 1995 PDF||179|