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Znanstveno-stručno i staleško glasilo
Hrvatskoga šumarskoga društva
Journal of Forestry Society of Croatia
      Prvi puta izašao 1877. godine i neprekidno izlazi do današnjeg dana
   ISSN No.: 0373-1332              UDC 630*
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Croatian forests Ltd - feudal lord or law enforcer?     pdf     HR     EN 117
Mario Ančić, Renata Pernar, Milan Bajić, Andrija Krtalić, Ante Seletković, Dubravko Gajski, Jelena Kolić UDK 630*120 (001)
Spectral signatures (endmembers) some of forest species in the Republic of Croatia     pdf     HR     EN 119
Goran Gužvica, Monika Petković, Marko Augustinović, Lidija Šver UDK 630* 153 (Canis aureus) (001)
Research of golden jackal (Canis aureus) in the Nature park Lonjsko polje by acoustic and camera traps methods     pdf     HR     EN 129
Danijela Miljković, Dijana Čortan UDK 630* 164 (001)
Morphometric and morphological analysis of Populus nigra L. leaves in flooded regions     pdf     HR     EN 139
Velid Halilović, Jusuf Musić, Jelena Knežević, Mario Šarić, Besim Balić, Dalibor Ballian UDK 630* 360 +462 (001)
Research of mechanical damage on fir trees and other tree species during exploitation – Case forestry “Glamoč“     pdf     HR     EN 149
Mechanisation used in forest utilisation has an impact on the occurrence of damage in stand and on forest land. The research in this work had the objective of determining damage on fir trees and other tree species during felling and processing of trees and their skidding using the forest cable-skidder. The research wasconducted in mixed beech and fir forests in the area of FMA “Glamočko”, M.U. “Hrbinje-Kujača”. The following data were gathered on damaged trees: tree type, breast height diameter, economic importance of the tree, amount of damage, location of damage, cause of damage, types of damage. Damage was recorded on a total of 305 trees, 133 trees of silver fir (Abies alba), 130 trees of European beech (Fagus sylvatica), 33 trees of European spruce (Picea abies), 8 trees of rowan/mountain-ash (Sorbusaucuparia) and one tree of sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus). The overall damage intensity was 18.7%, but together with the old damages, the overall number of ‘wounds’ is 496. According to this, when the old damage isalso considered, then the intensity of damage amounts to 30.6%. The largest amount of damage is in the diameter sub-class ranging from 10 to 14.99 cm. According to the cause of damage, the largest amount of damage occurred during the wood extraction phase (217 trees), while during the felling phase, 88 trees or 29% were damaged. Since the wood extraction phase is divided into the winching and skidding phases, the total number of damaged trees during the winching phase amounted to 157 or 52%, while during the skidding phase, the number of damaged trees was 60 or 19%. To reduce damage to the trees during following operations in forest utilisation, it is necessary to perform more frequent training of all employees working on forest utilisation, to increase controls in execution of operations during forest utilisation, modernise machines used during forest exploitation, and in quality manner open compartments with forest road infrastructure.

Key words: fir; trees; felling; wood extraction; damage
Hanife Erdogan Genç, Ali Ömer Üçler UDK 630* 232.3 (001)
Effects of different treatments on seed dormancy breaking and germination in Acer cappadocicum Gleditsch var. cappadocicum     pdf     HR     EN 159
Goran Marinković, Ilija Grgić, Jelena Lazić, Milan Trifković UDK 630* 424 + 266 + 913
Land consolidation in the function of shelterbelts for agricultural land in the Republic of Serbia – Crtical review     pdf     HR     EN 167
Damir Drvodelić, Milan Oršanić UDK 630* 279
Grafting cultivars of decorative japanese maples     pdf     HR     EN 179

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