Dinamika i distribucija biljnih vrsta u sukcesiji peščarske vegetacije na požarištu Deliblatske peščare
Dynamics and distribution of plant species in succession of sand vegetation on burnt area at the Deliblato Sands
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At the Deliblato Sands, in the August 1996, on an area of 3.815 ha occurred disastrous fire. Burned up plantations of black locust, Austrian and Scotch pine, shrub, sand and steppe communities. In the aim of monitoring of vegetation succession the transect, size 20×30 m, was set at the habitat of burnt sand vegetation and juniper. The monitoring of dynamics and distribution of plant species in transect lasted from 1997. to 2001. years. In the first year after the fire there was formed pioneer sand community Corispermeto-Polygonetum arenariae Stjep.-Ves. 1953, and in the second year begins the formation of the sand community Festucetum vaginatae deliblaticum Stjep.-Ves. 1953. There were concluded the differences in the distribution of plant species at the microhabitats beneath the burnt juniper and on small dunes. .
Keywords:Deliblato Sands; Deliblatska peščara; požarište; burnt area; sukcesija peščarske vegetacije; succession of sand vegetation
Source:Zaštita prirode, 2009, 60, 1-2, 305-312