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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* https://doi.org/10.31298/sl
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A WORD FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
     
Branimir Prpić UDK002090
ON THE 114th ELECTORAL MEETING OF THE CROATIAN FORESTRYASSOCIATION     pdf     HR 209
 
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
     
Vukelić,J., A.Alegro, V.Šegota UDK 630* 188 (001)
Altimontane-Subalpine Spruce Forest with Laserpitium Krapfii (Laserpitio krapfii-Piceetum abietisass. nova)in Northern Velebit (Croatia)     pdf     HR     EN 211
Pernar,N., D. Bakšić, I. Perković, D. Holjević UDK 630* 116.2 + 114.7 (001)
Impact of Eroded Terrain Recovery on Soil Proporties on Flysch – Case Studies of Abrami and Butoniga in Istria     pdf     HR     EN 229
Pentek,T., H. Nevečerel, K. Dasović,T. Poršinsky, M. Šušnjar, I. Potočnik UDK 630* 307 + 383 + 377 (001)
Analysis of Secondary Relative Openness in HillyAreas as a Basis for Selection of Winch Rope Length     pdf     HR     EN 241
Klobučar, Damir UDK 630* 629 (001)
Using Geostatistics in Forest Management     pdf     HR     EN 249
Redžić,S., S. Barudanović UDK 630* 189 (001)
Obrasci bioraznolikosti šumske vegetacije Crvanj planine u Hercegovini (zapadni Balkan)     pdf     HR     EN 261
 
REVIEWS
     
Šporčić,M., M. Landekić, M. Lovrić, S. Bogdan, K. Šegotić UDK 630* 624 + 568
Multiple Criteria Decision Making in Forestry – Methods and Experiences     pdf     HR     EN 275
Tomljanović,K., M. Grubešić, K. Krapinec UDK 630* 156
Testing the Applicability of Digital Camera Sensor for Monitoring Wildlife and other Animal Species     pdf     HR     EN 287
Abstract:It is the legal responsibility of the gamekeeper no matter if it involves public or commune hunting ground, to enforce counting of all game species that constantly or occasionally inhabit the hunting ground. In practice this is conducted by more often regular monitoring, especially of big game, and determining of the numerical status based on annual monitoring. With the use of automated sensor cameras this work has been somewhat made easier. During the usage and testing of features for several years, we have noticed some advantages and disadvantages. Systematic positioning of cameras to well chosen locations within the hunting ground can ensure a good overview of the gender structure, physical condition and trophy strength , in a way and from a distance that was until now considered unthinkable or hardly achieva­ble. During the testing special attention has been given to the very sensor that activates the camera. As a result of the conducted research we got curves that line out the probability with which the passing of wild game will be recorded at a certain distance. Also the angels under which the sensor reacts have been compared and it has been determined that in that segment there are statisti­cally significant differences relating to various distances but also to various sides from which wild games is expected to come. Photographs recorded with the sensor have been used and compared to those recorded in preset intervals. As a contribution some rare, scarcely viewable or protected animal species have been shown, that have in their own manner a bigger or smaller influence and significance to the hunting management of a certain ground.
Key words: automatic digital camera; couning; games; hunting ground
 
BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
     
Idžojtić,M., M.Zebec, I.Poljak, J.Medak, B.Tutić
Following Chestnut Footprints(Castanea spp.) – Cultivation and Culture, Folklore and History, Traditions and Uses     PDF 294

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