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doc. Ing. Radomír Řepka, Ph.D.
Identification number: 12990
University e-mail: radomir.repka [at] mendelu.cz
 
 

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ROLEČEK, J. -- VILD, O. -- SLADKÝ, J. -- ŘEPKA, R. Site preferences of endangered species in a former coppice of high conservation value. In Coppice forests: past, present and future: Conference information, Program and book of abstracts. 1st ed. Brno: Members of the conference Scientific Committee, 2015, p. 49. ISBN 978-80-7509-247-2.

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Site preferences of endangered species in a former coppice of high conservation value
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Written by (author):
Jan Roleček
Ondřej Vild
Jiří Sladký
doc. Ing. Radomír Řepka, Ph.D.
Department:
Department of Forest Botany, Dendrology and Geobiocoenology
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abstract of an article in anthology
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Coppice forests: past, present and future: Conference information, Program and book of abstracts
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Coppicing is a historical form of management that has been abandoned since the 19th century in the Czech Republic. Transformation of coppices to high forests brought fundamental changes in site conditions and retreat of many species. Our study focused on the best preserved remnant of formerly coppiced subcontinental oak forest in the country - Dúbrava Wood near Hodonín. To improve our understanding of ecology of endangered species and facilitate establishing effective conservation measures, we studied their site preferences here. Specifically, we mapped the occurrence of all critically and strongly endangered species. Then we compared vegetation composition and site conditions between plots with the largest populations of endangered species and plots randomly distributed across all major forest habitats in the wood. Our analyses show that the endangered species have highly uneven distribution along several environmental gradients. They are concentrated in well sunlit forest sites with soils of high pH and K content. The herbaceous vegetation in such sites is significantly richer in species and attains higher cover. Species characteristic for subcontinental oak forests are best indicators of sites with endangered species, while some broadly-distributed shade-tolerant and nutrient-demanding forest species avoid them. Such sites belong to most threatened by successional changes (particularly spread of Tilia and Carpinus), therefore we recommend conservation measures controlling these species such as selective cutting or grazing. As there are some endangered species that do not follow this general trend, a mosaic of different habitats should be maintained within the forest to protect different components of its unique biodiversity.
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2015
 
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Coppice forests: past, present and future: Conference information, Program and book of abstracts. 1st ed. Brno: Members of the conference Scientific Committee, 2015. ISBN 978-80-7509-247-2.

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Coppice forests: past, present and future. 2015, Brno.

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