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Ing. Salem Ahmed Saeed Hamdiah
Identification number: 47910
University e-mail: 47910 [at]
Externí ubytovaný - Ostatní ubytovaní - terminated

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Type of thesis: Diploma thesis
Thesis title:Population structure of Boswellia elongata at Homhil, Socotra island
Written by (author): Ing. Salem Ahmed Saeed Hamdiah
Department: Department of Forest Botany, Dendrology and Geobiocoenology (FFWT)
Thesis supervisor: prof. Dr. Ing. Petr Maděra
Opponent:RNDr. Boris Vrškový
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.

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Language of final thesis:English

Czech        English

Title of the thesis:Population structure of Boswellia elongata at Homhil, Socotra island
Summary:The study was conducted in Leeyah (Homhil Protected area), Socotra Archipelago Governorate, Yemen Republic. The study area was situated from Wadi Homhil to the southwest. The trees in the middle area were measured in addition to two nurseries planted by the Czech project. A total number of 940 trees and 71 seedlings were measured for the following parameters: height of tree, perpendicular crown diameters (W+E, N+S), height of stem, and diameter at breast height (DBH), and for seedlings it were height and density. The total area of research reached up 75 ha. The population structure was measured using field survey and satellite imaginary. DBH, total height of tree and height of stem was measured in both living and dead trees. Also the number of seedling in the fenced area and free area were counted and compared. No seedlings out of the fence or the free area were found. The result showed that natural regeneration of Boswellia elongate absent in study area and this situation is caused mainly by overgrazing by breaded livestock in the area.
Key words:Socotra, population structure, Boswellia

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