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Forestry potential of Carpathian birch on extreme mountain sites
Skibková, Lucie ; Kuneš, Ivan (advisor) ; Ulbrichová, Iva (referee)
After a pollution calamity with its peak in the 70s-80s the Jizerské Mountains were quite fast reforested. The new generation of stands with spruce as a dominant species needs a differentiation of the species, age and structure. Not just the climatic conditions but also the predation pressure of hoofed game and rodents causes big difficulties to the possibility of enrichment of other tree species on some places. One of potentially suitable tree species in the acid and exposed mountain sites is Carpathian birch (Betula carpatica). This species is so far not well researched. The main aim of this thesis is to evaluate the prosperity of experimental planting of Carpathian birch. This planting was established in 2008 close to the hamlet Jizera in the locality of Panelová cesta. Other aims of this thesis are to follow up on former measurements on the research plot, to carry out another series of biometric investigation, to set the mortality, height and height increment and according to this research to evaluate the forestry potential of Carpathian birch on extreme mountain sites.

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