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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*
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The effects of stormy weather on forests     pdf     HR     EN 305
Darko Bakšić, Nera Bakšić, Daniel Krstnošić, Nikola Pernar, Ivan Perković, Stjepan Mikac, Vibor Roje, Branimir Krtalić UDK 630* 114.3 (001)
Forest floor and soil properties of silver fir and european hop hornbeam forests (Ostryo-abietetum /Fukarek 1963/Trinajstić 1983) on Biokovo mountain     pdf     HR     EN 307
Tomislav Poršinsky, Zoran Bumber, Zdravko Pandur, Andreja Đuka UDK 630* 312 (001)
Forwarder’s working range – from modeling to support for operational application     pdf     HR     EN 319
Željko Španjol, Ivana Gašparović, Marko Vučetić, Dunja Zbiljski, Milan Vojinović, Vedran Sušilović, Ivan Ljubić, Katarina Korov, Boris Dorbić UDK 630* 934 + 187 (001)
The biological and ecological characteristics of an special forest vegetation reserve Kočje - Korčula island     pdf     HR     EN 335
The natural phenomenon of Kočje, was declared as a special reserve of forest vegetation in 1962, while its main phenomenon is a forest of hundred-year-old holm oak trees (Quercus ilex L.). It is a reserve of seed production with some sedges. Apart from it´s vegetation , Kočje has number of geomorphological forms. The forest of this reserve is classified as a forest of holm oak and black ash. The paper presents the results of extensive research conducted in the first half of 2015, which included structural, vegetation and microclimate measurements. The structural survey of the trees was carried out in the entire area of the reserve, and the vegetation and microclimatological research included 7 test plots.
The results showed that the inventoried holm oak trees (140) show a constant decline in vitality, which is quite understandable and related to their age and most of numerous species are in the stage of ponics and saplings: Laurus nobilis and Viburnum tinus, while holm oak predominates in the upper layer. With regard to the structural tables of the stands on experimental plots 1.-7. (tables 2-8), as well as the total amount of wood stock, it is conformed that the closed part of the reserve’s forest is still in the stage of high holm oak forest.
Phytocenological recordings (table 12) are showing that there is an heterogeneity of cellular conditions, since, in addition to the typical species of the association Fraxino orni–Quercetum ilicis Horvatić (1956) 1958 (Black oak and black ash forest), depending on geological-morphological, hydrological, pedological and microclimatic conditions, additional species which are not typical for forest vegetation. Primarily ferns, rock vegetation, mosses, etc. The vegetation cover in Kočje reserve is anuniform. In the central part where old holm oak trees predominate, the tree layer coverage is 90-95 % (100 %), bushes cover 30-100 %. The coverage of the layer of ground growth is also different and depends on the coverage of the layer of bushes and trees, so it is from 5-80 %. In the reserve, we find a thick layer of undecomposed leaf (2-5 cm), and in “pockets”, scraps between rocks, (10-15 cm). It is mostly applied by water during heavy rains. The microclimatic research has confirmed that the fluctuations of microclimatic elements (temperature and amount of light) depend on the degree of assembly of the stand in the layer of trees and bushes and the geomorphological conditions on the surfaces (stone corridors, arched and narrow passages, boulders, obstacles, etc.).

Key words: Kočje; special reserve of forest vegetation; holm oak; vegetation; measurements
Dragana Skorup, Miroslav Vujasinović, Goran Marinković, Ilija Grgić, Boban Miletić UDK 630* 615 (001)
Assessment of forest resources based on Sentinel-2 images – case study Derventa, BiH (Cadastral municipality of Brezici)     pdf     HR     EN 353
Branislav Trudić, Biljana Kiprovski, Saša Kostić, Srđan Stojnić, Marko Kebert, Aleksandar Ivezić, Andrej Pilipović UDK 630* 165 (001)
Are oxidative stress screening tests enough for small scale Quercus robur genetic monitoring?     pdf     HR     EN 363
Anamarija Jazbec UDK 630* 965.3
How the results of state secondary high school final exams influence the average grade and duration of undergraduate study at Faculty of forestry and wood technology, University of Zagreb?     pdf     HR     EN 375
Mirjana Ćuk, Radenko Ponjarac, Dušan Igić, Miloš Ilić, Marius Oldja, Dragana Vukov, Andraž Čarni UDK 630* 233+187
Historical overview of the Deliblato sands afforestation     pdf     HR     EN 383

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