|ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS|
|Topić, V.||UDK 630* 232.1 (001)|
|Usage of native Deciduous Plants for Karst Afforestation pdf HR EN||343|
|Komlenović, N., Matković, N., Moćan, D., Rastovski, P.||UDK 630* 48 (001)|
|Introduction of Air Pollutants into the Beech and Fir Forest (Abieti-fagetum "dinaricum ") into the Region of Lividraga m Western Croatia pdf HR EN||353|
|Orlić, S., Komlenović, N., Rastovski, P., Ocvirek, M.||UDK 630* 232.1 + 569 (001)|
|Growth and Biomass Production of Six Coniferous Species on Luvisol pdf HR EN||361|
|Bojanin, S., Krpan, A. P. B.||UDK 630* 369 + 379 (001)|
|Possibilities of High and Complete Mechanisation of felling and processing, and the mechanisation of skidding in Croatian forests pdf HR EN||371|
|Pičman, D., Pentek, T.||UDK 630* 381+ 383|
|Different Possibilities of Application of Geo-synthetics as a Method of Soil Stabilization in Forest Road Construction pdf HR EN||383|
|Skoko, M.||UDK 630* 902.1|
|Fran Žaver Kesterčanek, a Great Name in the History of Croatian Forestry pdf HR EN||391|
|Markotić, M.||UDK 630* 907.1 : 231|
|Research on the Regeneration of the Evergreen Oak Forests on the Brijuni Islands pdf HR EN||405|
|Pleše Ivan - Lukeža||UDK 630* 469|
|The Ecological Issues of Gorski Kotar pdf HR EN||415|
|Summary: A dispute on the ecological issues of Gorski Kotar, this study focuses at the pollution of air, water, and soil coming through the vHndrose of pollution from the Kvarner-Istria basin and all Europe. The Industrial Revolution turned the "Croatian Switzerland" (Hire, about a hundred years ago) into the "dustbin " (Prof Prpić, today) of both European and home industry.|
The recession of the habitats, and the catastrophic dieback of the forests, particularly of the Fir, have disturbed the natural structure of our forests, and the natural balance and diversity of the species. The economic and other functions of the forests, such as air purification, accumulation of drinking water, and the protection of the soil against erosion, have been put at stake.
The basic principles of the Croatian forestry school, natural stands, sustained management, the diversity of species, and natural regeneration have now been threatened.
The rising efforts to save the forests from dying - by cutting dead trees only, and by afforestation - we can just contribute to the outer image of the forests, without getting into the causes of pollution. What we need is the help from the government - the right economic policies.
|Šimić, I.||UDK 630* 431 + 439|
|The Impact of the Phytocoenological Conditions on the Extention of the Burnt Area pdf HR EN||425|