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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* https://doi.org/10.31298/sl
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ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
     
PETREŠ, Stjepan UDK 630* 461 + 375 (001)
Damages on the Young Plants During the Timber Extraction by Cable Skidder LKT 81 T from the Final Cut of Pedunculate Oak     pdf     HR     EN 87
Idžojtić, M., M. Glavaš, M. Zebec, R. Pernar, B. Bradić, D. Husak UDK 630* 442 (001)
Yellow Mistletoe (Loranthus europaeus Jacq.) and White-berried Mistletoe (Viscum album L.) on the Area of the Forest Administration Bjelovar     pdf     HR     EN 101
 
PRELIMINARY COMMUNICATION
     
Zelić, Juraj UDK 630* 652
Calculating the value of standing timber (forest tax) in regular stands of sessile oak     pdf     HR     EN 113
 
REVIEWS
     
Krznar, Tomislav, Josip Čulig, Krunoslav Pintur, Nina Popović, Luka Štilinović UDK 630* 156
Is hunting in opposed to the protection of nature     pdf     HR     EN 125
Summary: The authors of the article consider hunting is not as not opposed to the protection of nature. On the contrary, if correctly perceived and properly implemented, it can be a significant factor that contributes to its protection. In the article the authors are not trying to justify hunting comprehensively, but want to point at the inevitability of hunting as a relevant factor in the historical development of mankind, taking into consideration some of the criticism related to it. As already mentioned, the authors claim hunting as one of the major factors of human development, not only at the biological and evolutional levels, but also in its spiritual and cultural field. Nowadays one can say that the hunting is both a practical and a scientific discipline, because the object of its study is based on the biological knowledge of forestry, veterinary medicine, ecology and similar disciplines. It is well known that hunting, no matter what its motives were, has often been an instrument in the devastation of nature. The modern way of life enables man to take whatever the nature offers, without posing a threat upon his existence and the integrity of nature. The authors believe that man would thus not be engaged in any kind of biologically or ethically unaccepted activities. Modern hunting offers the way by which it would not be an instrument of devastation but an important element in the protection of nature.
Key words: hunt; hunting; protection of nature; theory of hunting

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