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doc. Ing. Josef Suchomel, Ph.D.
Identification number: 4059
 
Head of department - Department of Zoology, Fisheries, Hydrobiology and Apiculture (FA)
 
External Instructor - Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology (MENDELU)

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ČEPELKA, L. -- DOKULILOVÁ, M. -- PURCHART, L. -- SUCHOMEL, J. -- ŠIPOŠ, J. -- HEROLDOVÁ, M. Effect of rodents on forest regeneration in clearcuts. In Forests´ Future: Consequences of Bark Beetle Calamity for the Future of Forestry in Central Europe: Book of Abstracts. Jíloviště-Strnady: Výzkumný ústav lesního hospodářství a myslivosti, 2020, p. 39. ISBN 0-000-00000-0.

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Effect of rodents on forest regeneration in clearcuts
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Department: Department of Zoology, Fisheries, Hydrobiology and Apiculture
Department of Forest Ecology
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abstract of an article in anthology
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Forests´ Future: Consequences of Bark Beetle Calamity for the Future of Forestry in Central Europe: Book of Abstracts
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The synergistic effect of drought, bark beetles and forest composition currently creates large-scale clearcuts in forests of Central Europe. The impact of rodents on seedlings increases with the size of a clearcut. We have not been able to fully assess the significance of rodent impact so far. However, we already have some experience in areas affected by air pollution, where not only deciduous tree plantations but sometimes even the spruce was damaged by rodents. Rodents can damage forest by consuming seeds and seedlings, bark and roots. The most significant damage occurs on seedlings of deciduous trees with thin bark (maple, beech) in winter. The base of a trunk is gnawed by the field vole (Microtus agrestis) and the common vole (Microtus arvalis), and to a lesser extent by the bank vole (Myodes glareolus). The voles have more suitable conditions: the larger the clearcut; the larger part of the clearcut is overgrown with monocotyledons (especially grasses); the more shelter the clearcut offers. The most risky period for seedlings is the period until the tree canopy close, or before their bark is too thick for rodents. This can last from several years to several decades. The damage by rodents is not very high in the Czech Republic; yet it is annual and sometimes significant. Even the total direct tree mortality caused by rodents is not very high; most damaged trees survive. However, we know almost nothing about the consequences of damage to further tree development (increment, stem deformation, infection, wood quality). In beech plantations, more than 50% of trees are damaged at least once by rodents; these "hidden damages" may be much more significant than mortality.
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Forests´ Future: Consequences of Bark Beetle Calamity for the Future of Forestry in Central Europe: Book of Abstracts. Jíloviště-Strnady: Výzkumný ústav lesního hospodářství a myslivosti, 2020. ISBN 0-000-00000-0.

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Výzkumný ústav lesního hospodářství a myslivosti
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Forests´ Future: Consequences of Bark Beetle Calamity for the Future of Forestry in Central Europe. 2020, Jihlava.

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