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THE ASSESSMENT OF SPECIAL LANSCAPE CUTTING OF SCOTS PINE PINUS SYLVESTRIS L. FOREST STANDS IN THE FOREST PARK MEZAPARKS OF RIGA, LATVIA (Papers SGEM2018)

I. Straupe, R. Tirmanis, L. Liepa
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The aim of this study is to estimate the outcome of special cutting method developed for old pine stands in Riga’s forest park Mezaparks. Its topicality is defined by the increase in urban population, cities’ areas, and green spaces there. The functions of cities’ green areas are (...)


THE HEALTH DYNAMIC OF FOREST AND VINICULTURAL ECOSYSTEMS FROM ROMANIA DURING THE LAST TWO DECADES IN THE CONTEXT OF CURRENT CLIMATIC CHANGES (Papers SGEM2018)

L. Dinca, D. E. Vizitiu, A. Donici, L. Popa, G. Murariu
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Romanian forest and vinicultural ecosystems were strongly affected by climatic changes, especially during the last two decades. The main changes manifested in the health state of these ecosystems were analysed based on data from national monitoring, forest management plans, as well as (...)


ENGLISH OAK (QUERCUS ROBUR L.) STANDS CHARACTERISTICS IN LATVIA (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Indriksons, S. Krodziniece, O. Miezite
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The broadleave tree species have always been in the focus of attention of forest managers and owners because of valuable wood. Moreover, the presence of broadleaves increases the forest biological diversity. There is only a limited selection of tree species in Latvia – the Scots pine (...)


FOREST SURVEY BASED ON REMOTE SENSING (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Bücken, J. Roßmann
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT An up to date forest inventory is the key precondition for a sustainable forest usage. Especially for owners of smaller forests, the inventory is a major cost factor, as they do not generate huge revenues from their forestry units but still have to pay the forest surveyor. One result (...)


GROUND COVER VEGETATION DEVELOPMENT AFTER CLEARCUT IN HYLOCOMIOSA FOREST SITE TYPE IN LATVIA (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Indriksons, E. Dubrovskis, S. Rudzite, S. Ozolina, A. Ratniece
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT In the current forest typology’s scheme of Latvia the descriptions of vegetation are based on corresponding forest type’s ground vegetation in maturity stand. However, in practical forest management it is important to know forest ground vegetation’s development through all foresty cycle (...)


GROWTH OF PRIVATE FOREST AREA, PARAMETERS OF AFFORESTED AREAS AND UTILIZATION OF EUROPEAN UNION FUNDING FOR THIS PURPOSE DURING THE LAST 10 YEARS (Papers SGEM2018)

R. Bermanis, I. Straupe, A. Zvirbule
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The research on the growth dynamics for private forest area during the last 10 years, silvicultural parameters of afforested areas and related utilization of European Union funding for this purpose, basically covers the analysis of changes in the total forest area owned by private (...)


HEIGHT INCREMENT OF PICEA ABIES (L.) H. KARST BEFORE THINNING IN OXALIDOSA (Papers SGEM2018)

J. Ruba, O. Miezite, E. Dubrovskis, L. Sisenis, I. Naumciks
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Picea abies (L.) H. Karst is the most economically significant coniferous species in Europe. In central Europe, it has been growing for a long time. Since spruce stands in Latvia occupy considerable area - 18% of the total forest area (3.01 million), it is important to evaluate the (...)


IDENTIFICATION AND MODELING THE LANDSCAPE VALUES WITHIN THE LANDSCAPE PLANNING (Papers SGEM2018)

D. T. Reljic, A. Zmire, I. Hrdalo, P. Perekovic, S. Butula
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The basic rationale for the research was the lack of landscape planning approaches within the spatial planning process in Croatia. The most important deficiency addressed in this research was an integral inclusion of the public opinion and their values into the planning process. (...)


INFLUENCE OF GENTETICS (FAMILY) AND FOREST TYPE ON PORDUCTIVITY OF SCOTS PINE STANDS ON DRY MINERAL SOILS (Papers SGEM2018)

B. Jansone, R. Kapostins, E. Racenis, L. Sisenis, I. Pilvere
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) stands are regenerated by planting, and only small portion (c.a. 13%) by self-seeding in Latvia. Seeds for plant production are collected only in seed orchards – thus represent the results of tree breeding. Aim of our study was to assess the growth and (...)


INFLUENCE OF SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING ON BROWSING DAMAGES IN YOUNG STANDS (Papers SGEM2018)

L. Sisenis, B. Jansone, M. Snebergs, E. Dubrovskis, E. Racenis
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Population densities of cervids (moose, red deer, roe deer) are increasing sharply and consistently in Latvia since middle of 1990th, causing more damages in young forest stands. It is a result of changes in farming practices well as game-management strategies by hunting clubs. Many (...)


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