Marcolin, Enrico (2010) Risposte nel breve periodo della rinnovazione in popolamenti di castagno sottoposti a tagli sperimentali. Il caso di studio di Valli del PAsubio (Vi). [Laurea specialistica biennale]
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Short-term regeneration response in chestnut stands after experimental cuts. The Valli del Pasubio (VI) study case. Chestnut woods have a common antrophic origin that dates back to far ages in which chestnut was part of the alimentary and economic subsistence of the mountain rural communities; in the last part of the Twentieth century, after several concomitant phenomena of economic and social character, tillages and the use of chestnut plots stopped, above all in low-fertility or hard-transit zones; in these areas neglect has led to stands' instabilty. This question includes the fruit production but to a lesser extent. However, it is necessary to underline that in the years, public intervention in favour of the forestry management has been less incisive because of the heavy fragmentation of the property, above all in relation to chestnut coppices, quite all belonging to little private owners. This work belongs to a group of studies (MARCOLIN, 2006 - ZANON, 2007 - RAMPAZZO, 2008) that focus some aspects linked to the forestrial dynamics that refer to the recovery of aged and abandoned chestnuts; the aim of this study is the analysis of chestnut's gamic regeneration, after a coppiceing intervention that aims to the recovery of chestnut productive function, in particular to the reaction of the stand at different ways of cut.
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