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Vyhodnocení fenologických fází dospělého bukového porostu na Ekosystémové stanici Štítná nad Vláří
Střecha, Jaroslav
At the Štítná nad Vláří Ecosystem station in the White Carpathians, phenology cameras have been taking pictures inside an adult beech forest from a meteorological mast, together with the collection of meteorological data since 1960. Phenology records regularly recurring changes in plants, the so-called phenophases, in relation to the external environment and especially the weather. Therefore, forest ecosystems function as an important bioindicator of climate change. From the phenologial observation in 2018–2020, beech phenophases were evaluated in two ways. Visual evaluation and analysis of the vegetation index from the phenology camera image. Image analyses record the phenological stage earlier than the observer. There was an increase in the average annual temperature, resulting in a longer growing season. The growing season was extended by up to 82 days. This trend of climate change, together with the occurrence of years with a lack of precipitation, will have a negative effect on the vitality of beech and forest ecosystems.

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