46 contributions on the topic of saproxylic beetles in Europe and in Slovenia were presented (Sections: Red Listing and Monitoring, Population Studies, Saproxylic Beetle Assamblages and Environmental Gradients, Taxonomy and Phylogeography, Saproxylic Beetles and Forestry). The conference was well attended (more than 100 participants) and accomplished its goal of informing both specialists and laypeople about the importance of saproxylic beetles, their conservation and the management of saproxylic beetles.
B.01 Organiser of a scientific meetingCOBISS.SI-ID: 2958502
Department of Forestry and Slovenia Forest Service organised a workshop on »Forest land: forest planning, land-use and conflicts« (Kras, April 1). More than 90 experts from different intuitions participated at the workshop. Different topics related to the forest land-use were presented by 14 invited speakers. A proceeding of extended abstracts was published. Several problems concerning forest land use were discussed, and many suggestions for the improvement of decision making in the forest land-use management were presented.
B.01 Organiser of a scientific meetingCOBISS.SI-ID: 250544896
Department of Forestry organised a conference “21st Century forestry: Integrating ecologically-based, uneven aged silviculture with increased demands for forest. Conference links together the scientific, practical and non-forestry views on uneven-aged silviculture. The conference was attended by 100 experts from 27 countries. A proceeding of extended abstracts was published. Conference closed with optional four days post-conference tour.
B.01 Organiser of a scientific meetingCOBISS.SI-ID: 252612096
In the article background and foreseen time dynamics of the implementation of four years long Life+ project about wolves, financed by European Union, are described. The topics directly and indirectly involving hunters are emphasized: why hunters’ cooperation in the project is important, what is expected of them and why the results of the project are important for the hunters.
D.01 Chairing over/coordinating (international and national) projectsCOBISS.SI-ID: 2551974
The results of worksite analyses in Slovenian state forests show that mechanized cutting was carried out mainly in coniferous stands and on a moderate slope. The higher competitiveness of the mechanized cutting operation that was expected in comparison to manual motor cutting and tractor skidding in thinning operations was not recorded to a greater extent, since mechanized cutting was applied in the majority of cases (75%) in stands dominated by older development phase of (stands of mature trees) and predominantly from the second expanded thickness class (30-50 cm).
B.03 Paper at an international scientific conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 3018150