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Types of beech and mixed beech, fir and spruce forests in Bosnia and Herzegovina =
by Published for U. S. Dept. of Agriculture and the National Science Foundation by NOLIT, available from U. S. National Technical Information Service, 1976. in Belgrade, Springfield, Va
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|Statement||Milivoje C iric , Vitomir Stefanovic , Petar Drinic .|
|Series||Posebno izdanje - S umarski fakultet i Institut za s umarstvo u Sarajevu ; br. 8, TT 73-56000|
|Contributions||C iric , Milovoje., Stefanovic , Vitomir., Drinic , Petar., C iric , Milivoje.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
Over half of the country (10, square kilometres or 3, square miles) is covered by forests. This makes Slovenia the third most forested country in Europe, after Finland and Sweden. The areas are covered mostly by beech, fir-beech and beech-oak forests and have the relatively high production capacity. The forest, that comprises pure stands of beech at lower altitudes and mixed stands of beech and fir at higher levels, can also be classified in terms of underlying strata of dolomite and limestone complexes. The dolomite communities comprise tertiary pine, hornbeam, spruce and beech /5(74).
Types of Tourism. VIP Tourism. Tourism. Useful Information. How to book a ticket? How to book a ticket? Need a passport? Articles. Helpful tips. FAQ. Blogs. Slovenia, officially the Republic of Slovenia (Slovenian: Republika Slovenija), is a coastal Alpine country in southern Central Europe bordering Italy to the west, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest, Croatia to the south and east, Hungary to the northeast, and Austria to the north.. Throughout Slovenia's history, the country has been part of the Roman Empire, the Duchy of Carantania (only.
mixed broadleaved-conifer forests with Illyrian beech, fir and spruce; acidophilous forests with beech, fir and melicgrass; Estimation of natural values in mountain belt of Bosnia Herzegovina’s Dinaric Alps. by an assessment of this kind we can come to realise that there is an extremely high diversity of habitat and ecosystem types in. Over half of the country (11, km 2 or 4, sq mi) is covered by forests. This makes Slovenia the third most forested country in Europe, after Finland and Sweden. The areas are covered mostly by beech, fir-beech and beech-oak forests and have a relatively high production capacity.
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Get this from a library. Types of beech and mixed beech, fir and spruce forests in Bosnia and Herzegovina = Tipovi bukovih s̆uma i mes̆ovitih s̆uma burkve, jele i smrc̆e u Bosni i Hercegovini.
[Milovoje Ćirić; Vitomir Stefanović; Petar Drinić; Milivoje Ćirić; United. Forests of spruce, fit and beech in the management unit "Bjelasica" are floristically poorer in all floors, compared to the forests with the same edificators on the mountain Lisina (Bosnia and.
Regression of conifers in European mixed old-growth mountain forests has been observed for a long period and studied from different aspects. Old-growth (OG) forests in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) have not experienced heavy air pollution and chronic overbrowsing that have affected many other European OG forests, while climatic and anthropogenic disturbances have been well by: The structure and the spatio-temporal dynamics of the mixed beech-silver fir-Norway spruce old-growth forest of Biogradska Gora (Montenegro) have been analysed at different spatial scales: at the.
Research results of the stand volume increment changes in mixed forests of beech, fir and spruce on limestone and dolomite in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FB&H), is presented in this work. Impact Types of beech and mixed beech different factors to volume increment value was investigated: habitat quality, values-indicators of structural characteristics particular forest stands, and orographic characteristics if Author: A.
Lojo. This research work is based on the data collected from the permanent experimental plots, an isolated plot of 1,52 ha in size, in the area of the Lom virgin forest.
This virgin forest is located at mount Klekovača massif, in the western Republic of Srpska. Mixed stand of beech, fir and spruce trees was observed in its optimal stage of : V. Dukic, Z. Maunaga. In this study, an inverse approach was applied to investigate tree distribution patterns in two Dinaric old-growth forest stands composed primarily of European beech, silver fir, and Norway spruce.
Specifically, the variance-to-mean relationship of tree counts based on 80 plots (40 in each old-growth stand) were evaluated by using a dispersion. The areas are covered mostly by beech, fir-beech and beech-oak forests and have a relatively high production capacity.
Remnants of primeval forests are still to be found, the largest in the Kočevje area. Grassland covers 5, km 2 (2, sq mi) and fields and gardens ( km 2 or sq mi).Capital and largest city: Ljubljana, 46°03′N 14°30′E. Geography. Abkhazia covers an area of about 8, square kilometres (3, sq mi) at the western end of Georgia, on the north shore of the Black Caucasus Mountains to the north and the northeast divide Abkhazia from the east, the region is bordered by the southeast, Abkhazia is bounded by Samegrelo; and on the south and southwest by the Black Sea.
A beautiful spruce and fir forest trail takes us towards a wonderful mountain hut, hidden deep in the thick forests of Igman Mountain.
As we walk, we will pass next to two Olympic sites, the first one is Veliko polje (Big field), the place where Cross country skiing took a place in /5(5).
Curovic, M. and Spalevic, V. (): Development of beech trees in mixed forests of spruce, fir and beech (piceeto-abieti-fagetum) on Mt.
Ljubišnja. Agriculture and Forestry, Vol (): p, Podgorica. ISSN ; EISSN This is a list of existing old-growth ("virgin") forests, or remnants of forest, of at least 10 acres ( hectares).ecoregion information from "Terrestrial Ecoregions of the World".
(NB: The terms "old growth" and "virgin" may have various definitions and meanings throughout the world. See old-growth forest for more information.).
Heterogeneous mixed-species stands are of special interest as they fulfil many ecosystem services better than monocultures.
Therefore, homogeneous forest stands currently are frequently transformed into more heterogeneous stands. Consequently, selection forests and.
On the study and the separation of basic and productive forest types in the mixed forests of beech, fir and spruce in Bosnia and Herzegovina, worked.
IRIĆ, ET ALL (). They are, inside these forests in B&H, isolate and describe 37 basic types of forests within the framework of mixed forests of beech and fir with spruce.
Of these,File Size: 1MB. Tuexenia – Göttingen doi: /, available online at Diversity and ecological differentiation of mixed forest in northern Mon. Apartments on Sokolina are in a great location, surrounded by beautiful fields, as well as forests of fir, spruce, and beech trees, making it a real air spa on the Tara Mountain.
The favorable climate of this region, the altitude, atmospheric pressure, air composition and humidity, all have a healing effect on the human organism.
Characterization of Mixed Forests. Authors; Nagel TA, Svoboda M () Gap disturbance regime in an old-growth Fagus-Abies forest in the Dinaric Mountains, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Can J For Improved productivity and modified tree morphology of mixed versus pure stands of European beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga Cited by: 9.
Bosnia is the perfect place for a winter adventure and where better to start than in Sarajevo, the host city of the Winter Olympics.
The wild and remote mountain ranges surrounding Bosnia's capital are ideal for adventurous exploration. Climbing through snow-covered and tranquil forests we follow crystal-clear streams to glacial lakes, frozen waterfalls and snow-covered.
The scenic landscape where the ride takes place has an abundance of rivers and mineral springs, majestic forests and mountain tops. The trail will lead you through small villages populated by simple folk where you will be guests in real people’s homes, taste their homemade products from cheese to brandy and be overwhelmed by their hospitality.
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GAJIC () treat thes flora and vegetation o Golijf a and Javor Mts in one natura unitl. It is mostly heavily forested with beech, mixed with fir and Norway spruce.
These are largest forests of Velebit. Bottoms of valleys are usually romantic grassy meadows and former pastures. Largest of valleys is Stirovca, which contains 3 large meadows: Stirovaca, Jovanovica Padez and Borovacki Padez. Here grows one of the largest spruce.Keren S.
Complexity of stand structures in two mixed mountain old-growth forests and adjacent managed forests in BiH. Doctoral dissertation. Ljubljana, University of Ljubljana, Bi.The areas are covered mostly by beech, fir-beech and beech-oak forests and have a relatively high production capacity.
Remnants of primeval forests are still to be found, the largest in the Kočevje area. Grassland covers 5, km 2 (2, sq mi) and fields and gardens ( km 2 or sq mi).