master's thesis
Vegetation characteristics of shrubby willow stands in Lika

Mihovila Milin (2015)
Sveučilište u Zagrebu
Šumarski fakultet
Zavod za ekologiju i uzgajanje šuma
Metadata
TitleVegetacijske karakteristike vrbovih šikara u Lici
AuthorMihovila Milin
Mentor(s)Joso Vukelić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Vrbove šume i šikare najčešće se javljaju kao sukcesivni stadij na zapuštenim poljoprivrednim površinama i vlažnim livadama. Zauzimaju značajne površine u Hrvatskoj, no fitocenološki su nedovoljno istražene. Standardnom srednjoeuropskom metodom (Braun-Blanquet 1964, van den Maarel 1976) provedena su fitocenološka istraživanja na tri lokaliteta na ličkom području. Terenski dio istraživanja obuhvatio je izradu sedam fitocenoloških snimaka na različitim lokacijama. Utvrđeno je 118 vrsta svrstanih u 46 porodica od kojih je najzastupljenija porodica Rosacae sa 11 %. Budući da se radi o vlažnim i svijetlim staništima, florni sastav najbogatiji je vrstama reda Molinio-Arrenatheretea. Područje je izuzetno bogato zaštićenim vrstama (34), strogo zaštićenim (2) i ugroženim vrstama (1). Prema spektru flornih geoelemenata najzastupljeniji je euroazijski geoelement sa 18,58 %. Od bioloških oblika najzastupljeniji su hemikriptofiti, karakteristični za svježe i vlažne biljne zajednice. Istraživane snimke su florno i ekološki uspoređene sa sastojinama Plitvičkog područja. Iako su utvrđene međusobne razlike flornog sastava i ekoloških prilika sastojine se mogu definirati kao Salicetum cinereo-purpureae Pelcer 1975 prov.
KeywordsLika floristic composition shrubby wilow Salicetum cinereo-purpureae
Parallel title (English)Vegetation characteristics of shrubby willow stands in Lika
Committee MembersJoso Vukelić
Dario Baričević
Irena Šapić
GranterSveučilište u Zagrebu
Šumarski fakultet
Lower level organizational unitsZavod za ekologiju i uzgajanje šuma
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOTECHNICAL SCIENCES
Forestry
Ecology and Silviculture
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeUrban Forestry, Nature Conservation and Environmental Protection
Academic title abbreviationmag. ing. silv.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015-09-18
Parallel abstract (English)
Willow forests and shrubby vegetation commonly occur as a successive stage in abandoned agricultural fields and wet meadows. They occupy significant areas in Croatia, but phytosociological are insufficiently explored. Standard Central European method (Braun-Blanquet 1964, van den Maarel 1976) was carried out in phytosociological research at three sites in the Lika region. The field work included seven phytocoenological releves at different locations. Total of 118 species belonging to 46 families were found , of which the most represented family of Rosacea with 11%. Because it is a humid and bright habitat, floristic composition is richest by species order Molinio-Arrenatheretea. The area is extremely rich in protected species (34), strictly protected (2) and endangered species (1). According to spectar of floristic elements, Eurasian element is the most common with 18.58%. Hemicryptophytes are the most common biological form, typical for fresh and moist plant communities. Researched releves were floristic and environmentally compared with stands of Plitvice area. Although some identified differences in floristic composition and ecological conditions stands can be defined as Salicetum cinereo-purpureae Pelcer 1975 prov.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Lika florni sastav vrbove šikare Salicetum cinereo-purpureae
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to students and staff of home institution
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:108:766835
CommitterTajana Meštrović