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Naslov:Climate change and disturbances will shape future temperate forests in the transition zone between Central and SE Europe
Avtorji:ID Kutnar, Lado, 1-006 (Avtor)
ID Kermavnar, Janez, 1-006 (Avtor)
ID Pintar, Anže Martin, 1-006 (Avtor)
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MD5: ECA6EE5909563A3F304D09C5822E02E9
 
URL URL - Izvorni URL, za dostop obiščite https://doi.org/10.15287/afr.2021.2111
 
Jezik:Angleški jezik
Tipologija:1.01 - Izvirni znanstveni članek
Organizacija:Logo SciVie - Gozdarski inštitut Slovenije
Povzetek:It is expected that climate change as well as abiotic and anthropogenic disturbances will strongly influence temperate forests. Besides changes in the main climate variables, various disturbance factors may significantly worsen conditions for mesic Slovenian forests (SE Europe) dominated by European beech (Fagus sylvatica), Norway spruce (Picea abies) and European silver fir (Abies alba). In Slovenia, the climate has warmed in recent decades, with an average annual rate of increase of about 0.4°C per decade or even more than 0.5°C per decade in summer. In addition, disturbances have caused considerable damage to trees in the most extensive forest types in Slovenia, starting with a widespread ice storm in 2014, followed by bark beetle outbreaks, windthrows and salvage logging interventions. After 2014, salvage logging increased from about one third to two thirds of the total annual felling. Over the last two decades, we have observed a decline in Norway spruce growing stock, with the highest rate of decrease in areas below 500 m a.s.l., and an increasing trend for European beech. Overall, the three dominant species (beech, spruce, silver fir), which together account for more than 70% of the total growing stock, have shown a declining trend over the last 20 years. The patterns observed are broadly consistent with earlier predictions developed for different climate change scenarios and with those reported in many other European countries. Adaptive forest management, which implements close-to-nature silviculture, has been traditionally practised in the region under study and has the potential to play an important role in reducing the risks associated with the impacts of climate change and disturbances in the future.
Ključne besede:climate warming, disturbance factors, ice storm, bark beetle outbreaks, spruce decline, salvage logging, tree species composition, temperate forest, Slovenia
Leto izida:2021
Status objave pri reviji:Objavljeno
Verzija članka:Založnikova različica članka
Št. strani:str. 67-86
Številčenje:Vol. 54, iss. 2
UDK:630*22:630*111+630*42+630*453
ISSN pri članku:1844-8135
COBISS.SI-ID:91675139 Novo okno
DOI:10.15287/afr.2021.2111 Novo okno
Datum objave v DiRROS:03.01.2022
Število ogledov:278
Število prenosov:174
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Naslov:Annals of forest research
Skrajšan naslov:Ann. Forest Res.
Založnik:Editura Silvicæa
ISSN:1844-8135
COBISS.SI-ID:3337382 Novo okno

Gradivo je financirano iz projekta

Financer:ARRS - Agencija za raziskovalno dejavnost Republike Slovenije (ARRS)
Številka projekta:P4-0107
Naslov:Gozdna biologija, ekologija in tehnologija

Program financ.:Javna gozdarska služba
Akronim:JGS

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Ključne besede:podnebne spremembe, podnebno segrevanje, naravne motnje, žled, izbruhi podlubnikov, propadanje smreke, sanitarna sečnja, drevesni sestoji, Slovenija


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