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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* upute autorima     povijest    digitalizacija


Matić, S.
Some Problems Encountered by the Croatian Forestry in Today’s Economic, Social and Ecological Circumstances (from the Report at the 107th Annual Assembly of the Croatian Forestry Society in Županja).     PDF 211
Matić, S.
The Role of Forestry in the Protection of Drinking Water     PDF     HR     EN 217
Milković, I., Starčević, M., Pećarević, M. UDK 630* 611 + 116
The Role of Forestry in the National Fresh Water Monitoring, Protection and Conservation Programme in Croatia     pdf     HR     EN 219
Summary: From time immemorial man has been aware of the importance and influence of water on his life and on the survival of life in general. Today, the top priority task of mankind is to manage water resources in the best possible way in order to satisfy the primary strategic interests of every country. Forestry science and profession of Croatia, thanks to its tradition of two and a half centuries, has recognised that the basic prerequisite for a rational and successful, as well as sustainable management with water lies in its stability and preservation and adequate share of ecologically stable forest ecosystems, managed on the principles of sustainable forest management.
In terms of wealth and accessibility of fresh water sources, Croatia takes up an excellent fifth place in Europe and a relatively good 42nd place in the world. "Croatian Forests" Ltd manage with forests that cover over one third of the total land area in Croatia. Consequently, they are aware of their commitments and must take responsibility for recording, mapping and programmed protection of other, not less important water resources in Croatian forests.
Apart from making a record of water spring potentials in forests, it will also be necessary to record all other water sites that require protection. These include ponds, swamps, lakes and artificial retentions. After recording, mapping and classifying all water potentials in the forests of Croatia, organised monitoring of physical and biological properties of water should be carried out in cooperation with Croatian Water Management Company.
The goal of this activity is to draw up a land register of water potentials from forests, programme their active protection, as well as their sustainable and economic utilisation. Practically, every regular revision of management plans in management units should entail the collection of all the necessary data for drawing up land registers and maps of forest water potentials.
Monitoring carried out in cooperation with the Croatian Water Management Company should serve as a basis for establishing programmes of protection and sustainable utilisation of fresh water from the forests of Croatia.
Prpić, B. UDK 630* 263 + 181.3 + 48
The Effects of Technical Operations in the Area of Lowland Forests     pdf     HR     EN 230
Starčević, T.
Supplement to the topic: The Role of Forestry within the National Programme of Recording, Protection and Conservation of Croatian Fresh Waters     PDF 235
Šugar, I. UDK 630* 17 (001)
A Contribution to Croatian Terminology of Plant Classification     pdf     HR     EN 237
Medvedović, J., Martinović, J., Vranković, A. UDK 630* 181.2 + 114
Continental Ecosystems of Croatia     pdf     HR     EN 249
Glavaš, M. UDK 630* 232.3 + 449 + 453 + 413 + 414
Plant Health Status and Protective Measures Taken in Forest Nurseries in 2002     pdf     HR     EN 257
Oluić, M., Oluić, D. UDK 630* 582 + 583
Land Use and Land Cover Mapping of Istria According to CORINE Programme     pdf     HR     EN 269

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