Alokacja nadziemnej biomasy u sosen zajmujących różne pozycje biosocjalne w drzewostanie

Wojciech Ochał , Stanisław Grabczyński , Stanisław Orzeł , Bogdan Wertz , Jarosław Socha


The aim of this study was to assess the impact of the biosocial position occupied by the tree on the amount and structure of the biomass produced. The empirical material was measurements of biomass for 63 pines (21 for each of the I, II, and III Kraft classes). The total aboveground biomass of the trees was calculated as sum of following fractions: stem wood, stem bark, living branches, dead branches, shoots, needles and cones. It has been found that with a decrease of biosocial position of tree the share of a stem increases while share of branches in the overall biomass of the tree decreases. On the other hand biosocial position does not affect significantly the share of needles, dead branches and cones.
Author Wojciech Ochał (FoF / DoFM)
Wojciech Ochał,,
- Department of Forest Mensuration
, Stanisław Grabczyński (FoF / DoFM)
Stanisław Grabczyński,,
- Department of Forest Mensuration
, Stanisław Orzeł (FoF / DoFM)
Stanisław Orzeł,,
- Department of Forest Mensuration
, Bogdan Wertz (FoF / DoFM)
Bogdan Wertz,,
- Department of Forest Mensuration
, Jarosław Socha (FoF / DoFM)
Jarosław Socha,,
- Department of Forest Mensuration
Other language title versionsAboveground biomass allocation in Scots pines of different biosocial positions in the stand
Journal seriesSylwan, ISSN 0039-7660, (A 15 pkt)
Issue year2013
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in EnglishScots pine, aboveground biomass, biomass allocation, biosocial class
ASJC Classification1107 Forestry
Internal identifierWL/10/3
Languagepl polski
Score (nominal)15
Score sourcejournalList
Publication indicators Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2014 = 0.776; WoS Impact Factor: 2013 = 0.295 (2) - 2013=0.261 (5)
Citation count*9 (2016-09-09)
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