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Ocena sestojne zgradbe v gozdnem rezervatu Pekel
Hočevar, Aleš (Author), Hladnik, David (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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V diplomskem delu je predstavljen gozdni rezervat Pekel, ki leži blizu naselja Vrbovec v istoimenski gozdnogospodarski enoti in obsega 13,16 ha površine. V rezervatu smo postavili vzorčno mrežo v velikosti 100 × 100 metrov in na njej 13 ploskev v velikosti 5 arov. Na ploskvah smo merili premere dreves, azimut in razdaljo od stojišča. Živim drevesom smo ocenili vitalnost, socialni položaj, slojevitost, dolžino krošnje in poškodovanost. Lesno zalogo smo ocenili na 318,7 ± 56,1 m3/ha. Delež odmrle drevnine je bil visok, in sicer 37 % celotne lesne zaloge. Med drevesnimi vrstami prevladuje bukev, ki ji sledijo gorski brest, beli gaber in jelka. Pri lesni zalogi odmrlih dreves so imeli največje deleže bukev, jelka in beli gaber. Kljub visokemu deležu dreves s polomljenimi vejami (40 %) je bila večina izredno oziroma močno vitalna.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:gozdni rezervat, sestojna zgradba, lesna zaloga, Vrbovec, Pekel
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:5067686 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Assessment of forest stand structure in the forest reserve Pekel
Abstract:
In the graduate thesis, we assesed the stand structure of Pekel forest reserve. It's located near Vrbovec village and measures 13,16 ha. In the reserve we established a sample grid of 100 x 100 m, and therefore got 13 permanent sample plots with an area of 5 a. On the plots we measured tree diameter, azimuth and the distance from the tree to our standing point. We assessed the growing stock to be 318,7 ± 56,1 m3/ha, and a high share of dead wood with 37 %. The most common tree species was beech, followed by wych elm, common hornbeam and fir. Beech had the highest share of dead wood, followed by fir and common hornbeam. Despite the fact that many individual branches in the crowns were broken (40 %), the trees of great vitality prevailed.

Keywords:forest reserve, stand structure, growing stock, Vrbovec, Pekel

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