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- PozycjaOak Wood Recruitment data(2017-06-12) Bobiec, AndrzejRecruitment years of oaks derived from dendrochronological series
- PozycjaOaks recruitment years and mean tree ring widths(Andrzej Bobiec, 2018) Bobiec, AndrzejRecruitment Stand symbols: BNP - Białowieża National Park; Brsk - Białowieża Forest, Browsk district - marginal wood facing floodplain grassland; PL - Carpathian foothills in SE Poland (PLH180012); UA - Prykarpattya, near Rozhniativ, W Ukraine; RO - eastern Transylvania (central Romania, Harghitta region) Recruitment year: callendar year, in whic an oak had gained the recruitment level of 1.3 m RingWidth Stand symbol: see above the explanation Average RingWidth: mean ring width during the first 50 years of growth since the 1.3-m year - for younger oaks at least 30 years.
- PozycjaRzeszów-Eger Resolution on traditional rural landscapes of the Carpathian region(University of Rzeszów - Cetre Ecol. Res. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2017-10) Bobiec, Andrzej; Mázsa, KatalinThe Resolution identifies traditional rural landscapes of the Carpathian region as the most precious bio-cultural legacy of the long-lasting adaptive relationship between rural communities and the surrounding nature. Globalization, agricultural intensification, and specialization, as well as the progressing urbanization of the countryside, increasingly lead to societies' detachment from their original, rural, identity. Grant-based initiatives cannot prevent the ultimate loss of traditional landscapes. Their preservation requires new policies allowing and encouraging the rural communities to develop their economies in harmony of their traditions and in accordance with natural knowledge, complemented with state-of-the-art scientific and technological assets. Only such an approach, based on local economies, could perpetuate large blocks of working high nature and cultural values landscapes.