Growth of Coppice Sessile Oak and Mixed Sessile Oak Hungarian Oak Stands in Eastern Bulgaria and Object of Management. Kostadinov, K. G.
Growth of Coppice Sessile Oak and Mixed Sessile Oak Hungarian Oak Stands in Eastern Bulgaria and Object of Management. [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Studies were carried out in eastern Bulgaria in the regions of the Strandja Mountains, the eastern Balkan Mountains and the Sakar Mountain, where the basic complexes of oak coppice forests of Bulgaria occur. Data from temporary and stationary sample plots and from model stems by analysis stand development were examined, using the basic survey indices height, diameter, basal area, growing stock and increment of the coppice sessile oak and the mixed sessile oak-Hungarian oak stands. The stems of the separate tree species in the mixed stands did not differ significantly in their growth at height and volume. A yield-table for the coppice sessile oak and mixed sessile oak-Hungarian oak stands was presented. Studies on quantitative and qualitative maturity of these coppice stands were carried out. Stands from I and II site class form a coppice class of high quality for production of thick timber at a rotation of 120 yr. Stands from III site class may be used for thick timber at a rotation of 120 yr or for production of similar equal quantities of thick and coppice timber at a cutting rotation of 100 yr but in a higher total productivity. The object of management for stands of IV site class has to be the production of coppice wood at a rotation of 60 yr. Stands of low production and disordered stands from V site class must be included in the reconstruction class
@article{kostadinovGrowthCoppiceSessile1984,
  title = {Growth of Coppice Sessile Oak and Mixed Sessile Oak Hungarian Oak Stands in Eastern Bulgaria and Object of Management.},
  author = {Kostadinov, K. G.},
  date = {1984},
  journaltitle = {Gorskostopanska Nauka},
  pages = {41--55},
  url = {http://eurekamag.com/research/005/541/005541303.php},
  abstract = {Studies were carried out in eastern Bulgaria in the regions of the Strandja Mountains, the eastern Balkan Mountains and the Sakar Mountain, where the basic complexes of oak coppice forests of Bulgaria occur. Data from temporary and stationary sample plots and from model stems by analysis stand development were examined, using the basic survey indices height, diameter, basal area, growing stock and increment of the coppice sessile oak and the mixed sessile oak-Hungarian oak stands. The stems of the separate tree species in the mixed stands did not differ significantly in their growth at height and volume. A yield-table for the coppice sessile oak and mixed sessile oak-Hungarian oak stands was presented. Studies on quantitative and qualitative maturity of these coppice stands were carried out. Stands from I and II site class form a coppice class of high quality for production of thick timber at a rotation of 120 yr. Stands from III site class may be used for thick timber at a rotation of 120 yr or for production of similar equal quantities of thick and coppice timber at a cutting rotation of 100 yr but in a higher total productivity. The object of management for stands of IV site class has to be the production of coppice wood at a rotation of 60 yr. Stands of low production and disordered stands from V site class must be included in the reconstruction class},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13810889,bulgaria,coppice-sessile-oak,frainetto,management,quercus-spp}
}
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