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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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EDITORIAL
     
Uredništvo
STATE AWARD FOR SCIENCE FOR THE YEAR 2010 - Lifetime Achievement Award is conferred to Emeritus Professor BRANIMIR PRPIĆ, PhD     pdf     HR     EN 421
 
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
     
Čavlović,J., K. Teslak, A. Seletković UDK 630* 622 + 653: 231 (Quercus roburL.)(001)
Application and Comparison of Different Models for Regeneration Planning of Pedunculate Oak Stands (Quercus roburL.) – a Management Unit “Josip Kozarac” Case Study     pdf     HR     EN 423
Račko,V., M. Saniga, I. Čunderlík UDK 630* 811 + 48: 249 (001)
The Impact of Silvicultural Treatments on the Structure and Red Heart Formation in Beech Forests     pdf     HR     EN 437
Stevanov,M., M. Böcher, M. Krott, S. Orlović, D. Vuletić, S. Krajter UDK 630* 945.4 + 935 (001)
Analytic Model of Departamental Research as Science-Based Advising of Actors in Political Process - Analysis of Research Activity of the Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment from Novi Sad     pdf     HR     EN 449
Kirin,T., J. Kralj, D. Ćiković, Z. Dolenec UDK 630* 152 + 907 (001)
Habitat Selection and Similarity of the Forest Songbird Communities in Medvednica and Žumberak – Samoborsko gorje Nature Parks     pdf     HR     EN 467
Abstract: The effect of floristic and structural characteristics of vegetation on the forest songbird communities in two Nature Parks: Medvednica andŽumberak – Samoborsko gorje was studied. The point-count method was used for analyzing songbird communities and circular plot method for habitat mapping, on 101 points at both sites. Non-parametric test were used (Kruskal– Wallis and Kendal Tau). The tree basal area was used to classify studied points into five forest types (beech, oak, mixed deciduous, coniferous and mixed coniferous forests) and as indication of the stand maturity. The total of27 and 32 songbird species were recorded on Medvednica and Žumberak –Samoborsko gorje respectively. Diversity was higher on Žumberak – Samoborsko gorje due to greater habitat fragmentation, while population density of songbirds was greater on Medvednica. Among structural characteristics, those related to forest age (average tree basal area and number of the small trees) had the most pronounced effect to the total songbird density and densities of different ecological groups of birds. Sorensen index showed that in spite of the differences in floristic composition between particular forest types in two studied areas (0.475 ± 0.120), songbird communities showed high similarity (0.872 ± 0.070). The highest similarity of songbird communities between Parks was recorded in beech and oak stands. Oak stands showed the lowest similarity in tree species composition and no significant difference in structural characteristics, while beech stands had many different structural features and several differences in densities of ecological groups of birds. The greatest difference of bird densities in the particular forest type between two Parks was found in beech and mixed coniferous stands. High structural differences between these two forests were the result of the forest age; bird populations had higher densities in older stands.
Key words: forest habitat; Nature Parks; songbird communities; vegetation structure
Uhlíková,H., O. Nakládal, P. Jakubcová, M.Turčáni UDK 630* 453 (Lymantria monacha) (001)
Outbreaks of the Nun Moth (Lymantria monacha) and Historical risk Regions in the Czech Republic     pdf     HR     EN 477
 
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS
     
Hodić,I., Z. Jurušić UDK 630* 630 383
Analysis of Primary Opennes of Forest Managed by Hrvatske Šume Ltd. as Basis for Disigning of Future Policy Forest Roads Construction     pdf     HR     EN 487

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