J. For. Sci., 54 (2008)

No. 4

https://doi.org/10.17221/788-JFS
 
Current use of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) for artificial regeneration of forests in the air-polluted areas
P. Hobza, O. Mauer, M. Pop
J. For. Sci., 54 (2008): 139-149abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/3101-JFS
 
Comparison of the root system architecture between windthrown and undamaged spruces growing in poorly drained sites
P. Štofko, M. Kodrík
J. For. Sci., 54 (2008): 150-160abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/3102-JFS
 

Structure of coarse woody debris in Lange-Leitn Natural Forest Reserve, Austria

M.M. Rahman, G. Frank, H. Ruprecht, H. Vacik
J. For. Sci., 54 (2008): 161-169abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/1/2008-JFS
 
The relation between the microscopic structure and the wood density of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)
V. Gryc, H. Vavrčík, M. Rybníček, E. Přemyslovská
J. For. Sci., 54 (2008): 170-175abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/789-JFS
 
Estimating the sample size for fitting taper equations
K. Kitikidou, G. Chatzilazarou
J. For. Sci., 54 (2008): 176-182abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/5/2008-JFS
 

Time study and skidding capacity of the wheeled skidder Timberjack 450C in Caspian forests

F.K. Behjou, B. Majnounian, M. Namiranian, J. Dvořák
J. For. Sci., 54 (2008): 183-188abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/787-JFS
 
Can clearcuts increase bird species richness in managed forests?
M. Żmihorski
J. For. Sci., 54 (2008): 189-193abstractdownload PDF

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