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The Volga Tech is dynamic, internationally oriented higher education institution that accumulates the best academic resources in Yoshkar-Ola and the Republic of Mari El. Applicants can choose from our wide range of high quality study programs in Engineering, Forestry and Environmental Sciences, Social Studies, Management and Economics.

Introduction. The forests of the Republic of Tatarstan are exploited more than 300 years. During the period, forest cover has decreased from 51,2% to 17,1%. Thus, it is important for the region to have sustainable forest management enabling wildlife preservation and socio-economic functions conservation. The goal of this work is to study the structure of forests and their ecological functions, ...

SUBJECT: biomass; productivity; forestry; forest management

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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A brief review of some books on application of allometric functions to calculate the phytomass of various fractions of trees, where the predicators are height and diameter of a tree, was carried out. Calculation of parameters of the functions for the trees of major forest forming species was made based on the existing tables for stands bioproductivity. It was shown that two-parameter allometri ...

SUBJECT: biomass; allometry; trees

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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The studies were carried out in 2014 (dry year) in protective stands of different purpose and design, and in the greeneries of the Volgograd region. The analysis for thermal stability of woody plants is carried out on the basis of the analysis of the range of structural changes for the crowns of trees. It was determined that various tree species, used to establish protective forest stands, con ...

SUBJECT: plants; diseases

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Introduction. Woodprocessing enterprises store chippings and other particulate wood-base materials at the unsheltered storage area in the heaps. Serious shortcoming of the mode of storage is spontaneous heating of chippings up to smoulder temperature and its spontaneous ignition caused by vital activity of microorganisms. As a result of moldering, cellulose content is decreased and timber chem ...

SUBJECT: models; forestry production; pipes

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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Need of woodworking enterprises, furniture plants, and plywood mill in veener grows day by day. Some new technologies to produce veneer are elaborated. The technologies allow to improve the quality of the product and its look, but the problem of energy intensity decrease, equipment productivity improvement, and reduction of production cost was drained. The problems of the equipment to produce ...

SUBJECT: models; productivity; veneers

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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A detailed analysis of some books and journals on assessment of the role of secretion (exometabolites) of plants in formation of species composition and maintenance of sustainability of forest ecosystems and farming ecosystems functioning was carried out. Assessment results of the con-tent in water extracts of 12 species of forest plants of active forms of some metals and a laboratory experien ...

SUBJECT: plants; forestry

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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The results of study of European white birch (Betula pendula Roth.) sprouts cytogenetic responses are given. The sprouts were obtained from the seeds, taken in Voronezh and its suburb (different level of man-made pollution). It was shown that environment pollution provoked significant changes of all the cytogenetic characteristics of European white birch (Betula pendula Roth.) sprouts. It part ...

SUBJECT: environment; betula; pollution

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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LIFE TO FOREST RESTORATION

ROMANOV Evgeny et al. [2015-]

Nikolay Vasilyevich Eremin, Forester, Scientist, Professor of the Chair for Forest Planta-tions, Selection and Biotechnology, Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, died on March, 29 2015. He was devoted to forest till the end of his days.

SUBJECT: forestry

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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Research activity of the members of the Chair of Forest Plantations, Selection and Biotech-nology in the field of elaboration of new technologies for artificial forest regeneration were con-sidered. The problem of adaptation of foreign technologies in cultivation of containerized planting material and establishment of forest plantations in the Russian Federation were mentioned. The most import ...

SUBJECT: planting equipment; planting; plantations

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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Victor Ilyich Pchelin, professor, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, outstanding scientist and forester, wise and benevolent head, attentive and skilled teacher and really a good person was 85 years old on the 29th of June 2014. Victor Ilyich was born in Pochinky village of Gorky area. He greatly contributed to the studying of intraspecies variety and bioecological features of forest forming spe ...

SUBJECT: forestry

POSTED TO: VESTNIK of Volga State University of Technology. Series: Forest, Ecology, Nature Management [2306-2827]

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