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Height increment of beech and maple depending on the amount of incident light in the Badin primeval forest; Vyskovy prirastok buka a javora v zavislosti od mnozstva dopadajuceho svetla v pralese Badin

Abstract

Processed study is devoted to a dependency of height increase of natural regeneration of beech and maple in Badin primeval forest . In selected site discontinuities there were chosen 2 tran-sects 1 m in width and oriented towards East - West and North - South, passing through the centre of the discontinuity. Heights of beech and maple individuals, as well as the rate of their annual increase (for 2010) were measured there. These data were then transformed to the values of reduced elevation gain. The amount of incident radiation was measured by hemispherical photographs, and we set the values of direct (DSF) and indirect sunlight (ISF). Globally, a negative effect of direct sunlight on the height growth of beech was shown. For height growth of maple no significant effect of different values of ISF or DFS was demonstrated, Justas well as no tran-sect orientation. Beech reached higher gains than maple. Overall bigger gains of the ground wood were achieved on the north side of the discontinuity. Height increment of beech and maple depending on the amount of incident light in the Badin primeval forest. (author)
Authors:
Havasova, M [1] 
  1. Univerzita Komenskeho v Bratislave, Prirodovedecka fakulta, Katedra regionalnej geografie, 84215 Bratislava (Slovakia)
Publication Date:
Apr 25, 2012
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
INIS-SK-2012-066
Resource Relation:
Conference: Student Scientific Conference PriF UK 2012, Studentska vedecka konferencia Prif UK 2012, Bratislava (Slovakia), 25 Apr 2012; Other Information: 2 tabs., 3 figs., 9 refs.; Related Information: In: Student Scientific Conference PriF UK 2012. Proceedings of reviewed contributions| by Galambos, M. (ed.) [Department of Nuclear Chemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava (Slovakia)]; Dzugasova, V. (ed.) [Department of Genetics, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava (Slovakia)]| 1634 p.
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; BEECH TREES; BIOMASS; CARBON DIOXIDE FIXATION; ENVIRONMENT; EXPERIMENTAL DATA; FORESTRY; FORESTS; GEOGRAPHY; IMAGE PROCESSING; MAPLES; PHOTOGRAPHY; PLANT GROWTH; SITE CHARACTERIZATION; SLOVAKIA; SOLAR RADIATION
OSTI ID:
22012477
Research Organizations:
Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University, Bratislava (Slovakia)
Country of Origin:
Slovakia
Language:
Slovak
Contract Number:
Project APVV-0286-10
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISBN 978-80-223-3213-2; TRN: SK12K0320099578
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form. Also available from http://2012.svkprifuk.info/zbornik/zbornik.pdf
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
page(s) 1301-1306
Announcement Date:
Jan 03, 2013

Citation Formats

Havasova, M. Height increment of beech and maple depending on the amount of incident light in the Badin primeval forest; Vyskovy prirastok buka a javora v zavislosti od mnozstva dopadajuceho svetla v pralese Badin. Slovakia: N. p., 2012. Web.
Havasova, M. Height increment of beech and maple depending on the amount of incident light in the Badin primeval forest; Vyskovy prirastok buka a javora v zavislosti od mnozstva dopadajuceho svetla v pralese Badin. Slovakia.
Havasova, M. 2012. "Height increment of beech and maple depending on the amount of incident light in the Badin primeval forest; Vyskovy prirastok buka a javora v zavislosti od mnozstva dopadajuceho svetla v pralese Badin." Slovakia.
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title = {Height increment of beech and maple depending on the amount of incident light in the Badin primeval forest; Vyskovy prirastok buka a javora v zavislosti od mnozstva dopadajuceho svetla v pralese Badin}
author = {Havasova, M}
abstractNote = {Processed study is devoted to a dependency of height increase of natural regeneration of beech and maple in Badin primeval forest . In selected site discontinuities there were chosen 2 tran-sects 1 m in width and oriented towards East - West and North - South, passing through the centre of the discontinuity. Heights of beech and maple individuals, as well as the rate of their annual increase (for 2010) were measured there. These data were then transformed to the values of reduced elevation gain. The amount of incident radiation was measured by hemispherical photographs, and we set the values of direct (DSF) and indirect sunlight (ISF). Globally, a negative effect of direct sunlight on the height growth of beech was shown. For height growth of maple no significant effect of different values of ISF or DFS was demonstrated, Justas well as no tran-sect orientation. Beech reached higher gains than maple. Overall bigger gains of the ground wood were achieved on the north side of the discontinuity. Height increment of beech and maple depending on the amount of incident light in the Badin primeval forest. (author)}
place = {Slovakia}
year = {2012}
month = {Apr}
}