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Title:Vključevanje koncepta biotske pestrosti v prakso gojenja gozdov
Authors:Diaci, Jurij (Author)
Language:Slovenian
Tipology:1.04 - Professional Article
Organisation:Logo SciVie - Slovenian Forestry Institute
Abstract:U~inkovit prenos koncepta biotske pestrosti v operativno delo z gozdom je mogo~ le na podlagi gozdarskega na~rtovanja. Sestavek opozarja na zapletenost koncepta biotske pestrosti in potrebo po vklju~evanju specialistov v na~rtovanje. Podaja kriti~en pogled na nekatere razlage biotske pestrosti. Namesto te`nje po maksimiranju biotske pestrosti kot alternativo predstavlja te`njo k potencialni naravni biotski pestrosti, pri ~emer izpostavlja pomen gozdnih rezervatov. Ohranjanje biotske pestrosti je uresni~ljivo s sonaravnim gospodarjenjem na celotni povr{ini gozdov; strategija delitve ekosistemov na varovalne in produktivne dolgoro~no ne more zaustaviti izumiranja vrst.
Keywords:gozd, gozdni rezervat, gospodarjenje z gozdom, gospodarski gozd, trajnostno gospodarjenje, gospodarjenje z gozdom, gojenje gozda, biotska pestrost, gozdarsko načrtovanje
Year of publishing:2000
COBISS_ID:792742 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-8OSI4ZKG
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Downloads:1092
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Journal:Zb. gozd. lesar.
Gozdarski inštitut Slovenije
 
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Title:The inclusion of the concept of biodiversity in silvicultural practice
Abstract:A transfer of the concept of biodiversity in silvicultural practice may be efficient, provided forest management planning is taken into account by. This paper is concerned with intricacies of the concept of biodiversity and the need for specialists to be involved in the planning process. It presents a critical view of some interpretations of biodiversity. Instead of a tendency towards maximisation of biodiversity, it presents a trend towards potential natural biodiversity, whereby the importance of forest reserves is pointed out. The conservation of biodiversity is feasible within the framework of a close-to-nature approach in the total forest area; a strategy aimed at dividing ecosystems into protective and productive systems cannot prevent the process of extinction of species in the long run.
Keywords:biodiversity, forest management, sustainable forest management, silviculture, forest reserves, forest management planning


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