J. For. Sci., 55 (2009)

No. 5

https://doi.org/10.17221/14/2009-JFS
 
Development of species composition in long term simulations with an individual-tree growth simulator
M. Huber, H. Sterba
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 194-200abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/16/2009-JFS
 
Dissolved organic carbon concentrations under conditions of different forestcomposition
M. Remeš, J. Kulhavý
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 201-207abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/17/2009-JFS
 
Comparison of the impact of blue spruce and reed Calamagrostis villosa on forest soil chemical properties
O. Špulák, D. Dušek
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 208-214abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/18/2009-JFS
 
Humus conditions and stand characteristics of artificially established young stands in the process of the transformation of spruce monocultures
L. Menšík, T. Fabiánek, V. Tesař, J. Kulhavý
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 215-223abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/20/2009-JFS
 
Thinning experiment in the spruce and beech mixed stands on the locality naturally dominated by beech – growth, litter-fall and humus
J. Novák, M. Slodičák
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 224-234abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/19/2009-JFS
 
The first reaction of soil mite fauna (Acari, Mesostigmata) caused by conversion of Norway spruce stand in the Szklarska Poręba Forest District
M. Skorupski, G. Butkiewicz, A. Wierzbicka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 235-243abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/15/2009-JFS
 
Species composition in low mountain beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) stands in the Bieszczady National Park under the global warming
D. Sugiero, R. Jaszczak, G. Rączka, P. Strzeliński, A. Węgiel, A. Wierzbicka
J. For. Sci., 55 (2009): 244-250abstractdownload PDF

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