Struktura i dynamika opadu organicznego w drzewostanie bukowym na powierzchni monitoringowej w Ojcowskim Parku Narodowym w latach 1995–2000

The structure and dynamic of litterfall in beech stand in Ojcowski National Park monitored area in 1995–2000


  • Stanisław Małek University of Agriculture in Krakow, Faculty of Forestry, Institute of Forest Ecology and Silviculture, Department of Forest Ecology and Reclamation, Al. 29 Listopada 46, 31–425 Kraków, Poland


The study of litterfall in Dentario gladulosae-fagetum both in fertile and poor variant was carried out in Ojcowski National Park in 1995-2000 period. It was found that in fertile variant the litterfall mass was much higher than in poor one. The major litterfall fractions were leaves, followed by seeds’ coats, shoots, seeds and ‘other’. The time of particular fraction fall was different: seeds in the mass year were fallen with the highest intensity in October, whereas there was no regulatory in shoots and ‘other’ fraction fall.

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