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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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WEB EDITION
ARHIVA ČASOPISA


HRČAK


Matić, S.
Croatia Forestry as an Active Participant in the Foundation and Development of a Modern Croatian University in Zagreb     PDF 287
Vukelić, J.
Implementation of the Wildlife Management and Hunting Act     PDF 293
 
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
     
Topić, V. UDK 630*421.1.001
Influence of Forest Vegetation Fighting of Erosion in the Torrent Flow on the Mediterranean Part of Croatia     pdf     HR     EN 299
Grubešić, M., Njakara, B., Tomljanjović, J. UDK 630*639.1.1(497.13) Ovis ammon musimon Pallas
Analiza trofeja muflona odstrijeljenih na poluotoku Pelješcu     pdf     HR     EN 305
 
PRELIMINARY COMMUNICATION
     
Krejči, V., Vrbek, B. UDK 630*111.772 (Carpino Betuli - Quercetum roboris subbas. typicum Anić 1959. emend. Rauš 1969).
Distribution of Precipitation in the Community of Pedunculate Oak and Common Hornbeam at the Area of Česma Basin Influenced by the Age and Species of Trees     pdf     HR     EN 317
 
REVIEWS
     
Sikora, J. UDK 630*231(255)
Sustainment and Natural Reforestation of Forest Vegetation in Flooded Terrain     pdf     HR     EN 323
Summary: The appearance of natural germinated seeds is the basis for preservation of heredity, natural heterogeneity and stability of broadleaved forests of poplar and willow in a flooded area. The emerging of germs from seeds is a specific natural phenomenon connected with the formation of river deposits along the banks or at the eyots formed on the riverbeds. Germination is conditioned by the height of the water level, climatic conditions at the time of spontaneous seed dissemination and by the duration of its germinative capacity. Survival of the germinated seed and consequent growth of the young stands, in particular during the first years of growth, depends to a large degree on the water regime. This sequence of events, including the consequent development of full-grown high spermatophytic trees, represents the progressive developmental course in the forest vegetation of this region.

Because of the meandering of rivers and riverbed shifting full-grown stands are often "removed" from the watercourse. Due to the deposititon of the flood material the ground level is consederably higher than it was during formation of the stand. After the felling of forest decline (windfalls, calamities) of these stands a new generation is created primarily from the stumps and roots, to a lesser extent individually, or in groups, by the spontaneous seed dissemination of other species. This is the begining of the regression of spermatophytic poplars and willows, which further develops towards degradation or succession to other vegetational forms.
Key words: germinated seed; hereditary basis; deciduous forests of poplar and willow; seed; spermatophytes; vegetation; progression; degradation; succession
Kajba, D. UDK 630*232.5 (Populus sp., Salix sp.)
Clonal Forestry and its Perspectives     pdf     HR     EN 329
Jurković, M., Jurković-Bevilacqua, B. UDK 630*232.322.5.(497.13) Sequoia sempervirens (D. Don) Endl.
Finding Place of Coast Redwood — Sequoia sempervirens (D. Don) Endl. in Zagreb     pdf     HR     EN 335
 
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS
     
Starčević, T. UDK 630*24-28
Program of Remedial Silvicultural Operations     pdf     HR     EN 341

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