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INFLUENCE OF WIND-STORM ON FOREST COMPOSITION: CASE STUDY IN NORTH-WESTERN LATVIA (Papers SGEM2018)

E. Dubrovskis, B. Jansone, R. Kapostins, E. Racenis, L. Sisenis
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Cyclonic wind storms will become increasingly more common in Europe, impacting the financial values of forests due to increasing risk as well as forest composition. Aim of our study was to characterize the impact of such a storm and post-storm regeneration in hemiboreal forests, (...)


INVESTIGATION OF GROWTH RATE ASSESSMENT FOR LOCUST (ROBINIA PSEUDOACACIA) IN THE EASTERN ROMANIA (Papers SGEM2018)

G. Murariu, A. G. MURARIU, C. ITICESCU, S. STANCIU, L. DINCA
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Estimating the growth level per unit of hectare and the level of production of wooded areas for accurate obtaining and portfolio is significant in determining the supply of wood for an efficient management system. The present paper is based on the evaluation of six growth seasons (...)


ASSESSMENT OF THE PRODUCTIVITY OF SCOTS PINE (PINUS SYLVESTRIS L.) IN A YOUNG STAND AFTER A SURFACE FIRE (Papers SGEM2018)

L. Freimane, L. Sisenis, I. Pilvere, A. Nipers, B. Jansone
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The research aim is to identify the effect of a surface forest fire on the productivity and viability of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in a 23-year-old stand. The research was done two years after a surface fire that occurred in 2015 in a 20-year-old stand, establishing sample (...)


ASSESSMENT OF THE GROWTH PACE OF SCOTS PINE (PINUS SYLVESTRIS L.) IN THE FOREST TYPE CALLUNOSO-SPHAGNOSA (Papers SGEM2018)

L. Sisenis, I. Pilvere, A. Nipers, B. Jansone, O. Miezite
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The research aim is to identify the growth pace, productivity and quality of Scots pine in age classes I-IX in the forest type Callunoso-sphagnosa. Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.), which occupies 35% of the total forest area, is the most significant tree species in Latvia from the (...)


ASSESSMENT OF ECOLOGICAL AWARENESS BASED ON THE QUANTITY OF WASTE OBTAINED IN THE NATIONAL PARK (Papers SGEM2018)

D. Palka
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The purpose of creating National Parks is to restore the proper state of nature in a given area. An attempt to recreate distorted landscape values is a long, arduous and expensive process. Part of the Parks’ operating costs is covered from admission fees for tourists to enter their (...)


ANALYSIS OF THE SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF THE FACTORS DESCRIBING THE WATER QUALITY TO ASSESS THE ECONOMIC IMPACT ON MEDIUM AND LONG TERM - CASE STUDY - DANUBE RIVER IN THE SOUTH-EAST AREA OF ROMANIA (Papers SGEM2018)

G. Murariu, C. ITICESCU, N. BARBUTA-MISU, L. GEORGESCU, B. ROSU
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Global deterioration of surface water quality was attributed to a pair of factors: human activities and natural processes, including hydrological variability, climate change, weather characteristics, and adjacent land use. The study of water quality in the contemporary era is a (...)


COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GROWTH RATE EVALUATION FOR ASH (Frasinus excelsior) IN SOUTHEASTERN ROMANIA (Papers SGEM2018)

G. Murariu, A. G. MURARIU, N. BARBUTA-MISU, C. VLAD, I. MARIN
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT At present, the monitoring of forest areas is a national requirement. The importance of protecting forests in mitigating climate change is well known. On the other hand, the economic aspects involving the efficiency of forest management imply correlation with the growing demand for (...)


CONSIDERING THE RISK: FOREST POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NORWAY SPRUCE MANAGEMENT (Papers SGEM2018)

I. Silamikele, J. Katrevics, I. Desaine, E. Dubrovskis, I. Jaunslaviete
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Climate change is affecting forests both directly – via increased frequency and/or severity of meteorological conditions, impacting tree growth and/or survival (e.g. wind storms, drought spells etc.) – and indirectly – via improved conditions for diseases and pests. Also interaction (...)


DEVELOPMENT OF SCOTS PINE (PINUS SYLVESTRIS L.) STAND ON DRAINED PEAT SOILS IN LATVIA (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Indriksons, S. Jakovleva, P. Zalitis
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The work analyses an impact of a drainage system, established in 1939 on overgrown pine tree stand in longer period of time. For the purposes of study 14 sample plots, established by scientists K. Buss and P. Zalitis during the 50’s and the beginning of 60’s, were remeasured. Sample (...)


DIFFERENCES IN RADIAL INCREMENT OF YOUNG NORWAY SPRUCE OVER A ROTATION PERIOD: CASE STUDY IN LATVIA (Papers SGEM2018)

S. Luguza, D. Jansone, B. Jansone, R. Kapostins, A. Karklina
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Climate change is expected to improve the increment of trees in Northern Europe, as suggested by results of numerous models. Recent analysis of empirical data from Central Europe have demonstrated an improved growth of Norway spruce over the last century due to several factors, (...)


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