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Department of Forestry

Forest vegetation

ŠDU1002 - obavezni
Opterećenje: 30(P) + 0(L) + 15(A) + 0(PK) + 0(S) + 0(TJ) + 0(SJ) + 16(T)
Sadržaj predmeta: Lectures: 1. Introduction – geographical location and synecological conditions for the development of forest vegetation in the Republic of Croatia. Horizontal and vertical breakdown of forest vegetation in the Republic of Croatia. 2. Mediterranean region - division, synecological conditions of individual zones, most important communities, syntaxonomic overview. 3. Euro-Siberian-North American vegetation region - division into zones, synecological conditions of individual zones, most important communities, syntaxonomic overview. 4. Description of forest communities of the classes Salicetea purpureae and Alnetea glutinosae. 5. Description of forest communities of Alnion incanae. 6. Description of forest communities of Carpinion betuli. 7. Description of Central European acidophilic and neutrophilic beech forest communities. 8. Description of Illyrian beech forest communities. 9. Description and comparison of Pannonian and Dinaric beech-fir forests. Description of pre-mountain beech forests. 10. Description of thermophilic beech and fir forest communities. Description of deciduous forest vegetation. 11. Description of forest communities of the order Quercetalia roboris-petraeae. 12. Description of forest communities of the order Quercetalia pubescentis. 13. Description of Erico-Pinetea class forest communities. Description of common fir forest communities. 14. Description of the boreal forests of the Vaccinio-Piceetea class. 15. Description of Mediterranean forest communities of the class Quercetea ilicis. Exercises: 1. Factors of horizontal and vertical breakdown of vegetation in the Republic of Croatia. Specific and distinctive species for certain vegetation zones, their morphological characteristics. 2. Belts and zones of the Mediterranean region, characteristic and distinguishing species for certain parts of the Mediterranean area and their morphological characteristics, degradation forms, ubiquity. Xerophilic species. 3. Characteristic and distinguishing species for certain altitude zones of the Euro-Siberian-North American region – lowland, hilly, hilly, mountain and foothill vegetation zone. 4. Flora composition of lowland, flooded forest communities. Hydrophilic and hygrophilic species. Characteristic and distinguishing species for certain vegetation units of lowland forests and their morphological characteristics. Marsh sedges. 5. Flora composition of occasionally flooded forest communities of field ash, black alder and sedge oak. Morphological and ecological characteristics of diagnostic species. Relationships between flooded and non-flooded forest ecosystems. 6. Flora composition of mesophilic and neutrophilic forest communities of the lowland and hilly belt. Morphological and ecological characteristics of the diagnostic species of pedunculate oak forests and cypress oak forests. 7. Flora composition of Central European beech forests. Morphological characteristics of representative species. 8. Flora composition of Illyrian beech forests. Illyrian flor geoelement. Morphological and ecological characterization of Illyrian and Illyricoid species. 9. Flora composition and morphological characteristics of characteristic and distinctive species of Pannonian and Dinaric beech-fir forests. Flora composition of pre-mountain beech forests. Morphological and ecological characteristics of diagnostic species. 10. Flora composition and morphological characteristics of characteristic and distinctive species of thermophilic beech and fir forest communities. Flora composition and morphological characteristics of typical and distinctive types of forest vegetation of noble deciduous trees. 11. Flora composition of acidophilic oak communities. Morphological characteristics of representative species. 12. Floral composition and morphological characteristics of characteristic and distinctive species of forest communities of the order Quercetalia pubescentis. Types of indicators of thermophilic and basophilic conditions. 13. Flora composition and morphological characteristics of characteristic and distinctive species of forest communities of the Erico-Pinetea class. Diagnostic plant species of dolomite geological substrate. 14. Flora composition of common spruce communities. Characteristic and distinctive types of mountain and submountain communities of common spruce and their morphological characteristics. Flora composition of the frost zone vegetation and the upper limit of the forest vegetation. 15. Floral composition and morphological characteristics of characteristic and distinctive species of Mediterranean forest communities of the class Quercetea ilicis. Characteristic species of the Mediterranean region. Method of conducting exercises - practical, herbarium collection, field. Field lesson (two days): 1. Field familiarization with the functioning (synecology, syndamics, characteristic plant species), systematics and importance of continental forest ecosystems. 2. Field introduction to the functioning (synecology, syndamics, characteristic plant species), systematics and importance of Mediterranean forest ecosystems.
Literatura:

Obavezna literatura:
1.     Vukelić, J., 2012: Šumska vegetacija Hrvatske. Sveučilište u Zagrebu Šumarski fakultet i DZZP, 403 str.
 

 


Preporučena literatura:
2.     Vukelić, J., Mikac, S., Baričević, D., Bakšić, D., R. Rosavec, 2008: Šumska staništa i šumske zajednice u Hrvatskoj Nacionalna ekološka mreža. Državni zavod za zaštitu prirode, 263 str.
3.     Topić, J., Vukelić, J., 2009: Priručnik za određivanje kopnenih staništa u Hrvatskoj prema Direktivi o staništima EU. Državni zavod za zaštitu prirode, 376 str
 


Nositelji

Prof. Joso Vukelić

Distinguished professor

Email: jvukelic@sumfak.unizg.hr
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Dario Baričević
Prof. Dario Baričević PhD

Distinguished professor

Email: dbaricevic@sumfak.unizg.hr
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Suradnici

Prof. Joso Vukelić

Distinguished professor

Email: jvukelic@sumfak.unizg.hr
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Dario Baričević
Prof. Dario Baričević PhD

Distinguished professor

Email: dbaricevic@sumfak.unizg.hr
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doc. dr. sc. Irena Šapić PhD

Postdoctorate

Email: isapic@sumfak.unizg.hr
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