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Slovenija, regija za dendrokronološke raziskave
Čufar, Katarina (Avtor), Levanič, Tom (Avtor), Zupančič, Martin (Avtor)

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Slovenia is located in the southern part of Central Europe. It has a pronounced transitional character and is characterized by great geographic, climatic, orographic and geological diversity with many biogeographically and ecologically different regional units. In the last decades some dendroecological studies have been carried out but there has been no systematic approach to establish long-term continuous tree-ring series to be used as a dating tool. The country was considered a dendrochronological "whitespot". Encouraged by the Faculty of Sciences and Arts - the Department of Archeology, the Restoration Centre and the Foundation for Protection of the Natural and the Cultural Inheritance, we started in 1993 the project "Establishing dendrochronology in Slovenia". At the same time a dendrochronological laboratory was established at the Department of Wood Science and Technology of the Biotechnical Faculty. The Dinaric region, one of six phytogeographical areas according to Wraber (1969), was selected for the first regional reference chronologies. Adult mature silver firs (Abies alba Mill.), Norway spruce (Picea abies Karst.) and oaks (Quercus petraea Liebl. and Quercus robur L.). Disks and cores were taken to measure the tree ring widths. The equipment used was a LINTAB measuring device combined with a TSAPX programme, developed by Rinn, and our own programme UTIL. The data were processed using standard methods. The possibilities of building the standard reference chronologies of fir, spruce, and oak are discussed. The firs and spruce are generally among the oldest living trees in the region and could provide a good base for building long-term reference chronologies. Additionally, recent and archaeological fir, spruce, and oak wood should be collected to complete the preliminar results. For this, a systematic team work should continue.

Jezik:Slovenski jezik
Ključne besede:dendrokronologija, Slovenija, jelka, smreka, hrast
Vrsta gradiva:Delo ni kategorizirano (r6)
Tipologija:1.01 - Izvirni znanstveni članek
Organizacija:BF - Biotehniška fakulteta
Leto izida:1995
Založnik:Zveza lesarjev Slovenije: GZS, Združenje lesarstva
Št. strani:str.133-136
Številčenje:Let. 47, št. 5
UDK:630
ISSN pri članku:0024-1067
COBISS.SI-ID:17545 Povezava se odpre v novem oknu
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Naslov:Les
Skrajšan naslov:Les
Založnik:UL, Biotehniška fakulteta, Oddelek za lesarstvo
ISSN:0024-1067
COBISS.SI-ID:13940224 Povezava se odpre v novem oknu

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A brief description is given of the work of the Dendrochronological Laboratory of the Department of Wood Science and Technology, which is part of the Biotechnical Faculty of the University of Ljubljana. In Slovenia, there are good possibilities for the establishing of silver fir (Abies alba MilI.), spruce (Picea abies Karst) and oak (Quercus sp.) reference chronologies for dating purposes.


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