THE DISTRIBUTION AND STRUCTURE OF THE PLANT COMMUNITIES FOUND IN THE SANATORIU FOREST OF THE GOVORA RIVER BASIN

Authors

  • MARIANA NICULESCU
  • LAURENŢIU NICULESCU
  • ALEXANDRU SĂRARU

Abstract

The thematic area  provided in this paper is situated in the Govora river basin, Vâlcea County. Within this study had been aimed the identification, description, diversity, ecological analysis and monitoring of the herbaceos and wooden plant communities, which belong to the Natura 2000 habitats and implicitly of the rare plant species, vulnerable, endemic whitin Sanatoriu Forest from the Govora river basin. In this area we identified the following plant communities; Quercetum petraeae-cerris Sóo (1957) 1969; Carpino-Fagetum  (sylvaticae) Paucă 1941; Scirpetum sylvatici Ralski 1931 emend. Schwich 1944; Petasitetum albae Dihoru 1975; Botriochloetum ischaemi (Kristiansen 1937) Pop 1977, Agrostietum stoloniferae (Ujvárosi 1941) Burduja et al. 1956; Calamagrostetum epigei Juraszek 1928. According to the targets of this research, a very important place I gave to the complex study of the habitat 91M0 Pannonian-Balkanic turkey oak sessile oak forests; CLAS. PAL.: 41.76; RO habitat type code: R4132, R4133, R4134, R4136, R4137, R4140, R4142, R4149, R4150,R4151, R4152, R4153, R4154, R4155; (Gafta and Mountford, coord, 2008). Considering the place where the study had been located to, the  eco-pedo-climatic conditions and the anthropic term exerted I have considered that is necessary to develop some ecological studies (and using statistical methods (UPGMA si WPGMA, STYN-TAX 2000) for the plants communities from this area.

 

Published

2017-12-12

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Working Group 4: Management, agriculture mechanization and cadastre