Digital repository of Slovenian research organisations

Show document
A+ | A- | SLO | ENG

Title:Presoja različic omejitev rabe strojne sečnje lesa z vidika terenskih in sestojnih razmer v Sloveniji
Authors:Krč, Janez (Author)
Košir, Boštjan (Author)
Language:Slovenian
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organisation:LogoSciVie - Slovenian Forestry Institute
Abstract:V prispevku avtorja predstavljata metodo in rezultate študije o možni uporabi strojne sečnje lesa v Sloveniji. Študija je bila narejena z računalniškim modelom, pri katerem smo za vplivne dejavnike uporabili razpoložljive digitalne podatke, od katerih je v največji meri odvisna možnost izvedbe strojne sečnje lesa. Analizirali smo različice strogosti upoštevanja pogojev za izločanje primernih površin. Rezultati študije kažejo, da so velike možnosti povečanja ocene površin kot primerne za rabo strojne sečnje na strmejših terenih ter v sestojih z večjim deležem listavcev.
Keywords:strojna sečnja, primernost terena in sestojev, model, količine možnih sečenj
Year of publishing:2003
COBISS_ID:1150118 Link is opened in a new window
UDC:630
ISSN on article:0351-3114
OceCobissID:6206978 Link is opened in a new window
URN:URN:NBN:SI:doc-989K893W
Views:788
Downloads:88
Files:URL http://eprints.gozdis.si/289/
.pdf zbgl-71-1.pdf (310,99 KB)
 
Journal:Zb. gozd. lesar.
Gozdarski inštitut Slovenije
 
Metadata:XML RDF-CHPDL DC-XML DC-RDF
:
  
Hover the mouse pointer over a document title to show the abstract or click on the title to get all document metadata.

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The suitability evaluation of cut-to-length in Slovenia in view of terrain and stand
Abstract:The paper presents the method and results of the study of cut-to length suitability in Slovenia. The study was carried out with the aid of a computer model. Decisive variables and all the available digital forest inventory data were used with then most important cut-to-length limiting factors. The variation of decisive variables was analysed and compared with basic values inorder to determine areas suitable for cut-to-length. The results show great variations as far as the selected areas are concerned, with terrain slope and share of conifers in growing stock as the most important factors in them


Back