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Published papers on project 1-08-075


Quoted papers: 4
Other papers: 154
Total: 158


  1. Type of paper: Book

    Title: SOIL COMPOSITION AND PROPERTIES

    Authors:
    Škorić, Arso (47322)
    Publisher: Institut za agroekologiju, Fakultet poljoprivrednih znanosti Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
    Year: 1991
    Number of pages: 136
    Number of references: 71
    Language: hrvatski
    Keywords: Pedological and phyto-ecological importance of soil

  2. Type of paper: Book

    Title: PLOTS FOR PERMANENT SOIL MONITORING

    Authors:
    Muller, Ch.
    Holenstein, J.
    Heryog, U.
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Aichberger, K.
    Gruber, A.
    Juritsch, G.
    Goller, H.
    Bendova, H.
    Hudnik, V.
    Hodnik, A.
    Huber, W.
    Nemeth, T.
    Scherer, J.
    Publisher: Staatsministerium fur Landesentwicklung und Umweltfragen Freistaat Bayern
    Year: 1994
    Number of references: 57
    Language: njemački
    Summary: The Handbook for Permanent soil monitoring is a results of more-years activity of Working subgroup for permanent soil monitoring, of Working group for soil protection of Working associations Alps, Alps-Adria and Danube river basin countries. There are a detail instructions on installation of plots; from the choice of site, dates on site-locality, dynamicand kind of soil sampling, preparation of samples, physical, chemical and biological analysis, with method of analyse. There is a recommendation to use ISO norms, but for that one which are not regulated by ISO to use DIN or ONORM.
    Keywords: Permanent soil monitoring, Analytical methods for soil monitoring

  3. Type of paper: Paper in book

    Title: EXPERIENCES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RATIONAL USE OF DRAINED LAND

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Čamdžić, Sulejman (7711)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Marušić, Josip (109130)
    Editors
    Marušić, Josip (109130)
    Publisher: Društvo za odvodnju i navodnjavanje Hrvatske
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 143 to 154
    Number of references: 22
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The control and inspection of functioning and efficiency ofdetailed drainage - pipe drainage systems is not regularpractice, in spate of the existing cases of poor efficiency oreven malfunctioning of the drainage facilities. In addition toregular maintenance of drainage system, its proper and rationalutilization is also conditioned by introduction of intensivecrop-rotation as well as by growing of profitable crops.
    Keywords: Soil, land, drainage, functioning, efficiency, use

  4. Type of paper: Paper in book

    Title: CONSERVATION TILLAGE IN EASTERN EUROPE

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Editors
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Publisher: M.R. Carter, Lewis publisher, Boca Raton
    ISBN: 0-07371-571-3
    Year: 1994
    Number of references: 34
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Despite its primary natural and scientific dimension, conservationtillage cannot be regarded apart from the current social and economic trends in eastern Europe, which have a direct influence on the adoption and applicaton of technological innovations. Not contesting the basics of conservation tillage primariliy set by American and Canadian science and practice, it should be pointed out that the development of the system in Europe, and especially in eastern Europe, proceeded differently. This is a result of ecological differences as well as of the prevailing conceptions in soil science in Europe, mostly from the end of the 19th century and the first few decades of the 20th century. All this can probably explain the often contradictory attitudes toward the role of conservation tillage with respect to its introduction into general agricultural production. Here, practice may sometimes precede science. Despite scientifically proven advantages of conservation tillage, it is very difficult for this technology to be transferred into practice. Whether it is possible to form tillage management regions for the wider area of Europe with all of its ecological diversities, as has been done in the United States, remains to be established in terms of the results of scientific research and practical experience. If such classification proves to be justified, conservation tillage will certainly find its place.
    Keywords: Conservtion tillage, temprate agroecosystems, eastern Europe

  5. Type of paper: Paper in book

    Title:

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Editors
    Brukner, M.
    Publisher: INA-INFO
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 54 to 82
    Language: hrvatski

  6. Type of paper: Paper in book

    Title:

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Ried, K.
    McMoore, J.
    Guo, J.L.
    Publisher: MITI-NASDA
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 307 to 323
    Language: engleski
    Summary: The Karst area in the Dinaric Alps, has been chosen for the analysis of OPS and SAR imagery obtained by JERS-q, renamed "Fuyo 1" satelite. The main object was to evaluate te ability of JERS-1 imagery to detect and map various geological and geomorphologic features, rock discrimination and erosion in karst environment. The task also was to compare the data registered on JERS-1 images with existing geological maps, Landsat TM data and aerial-photogeological data. The image processing has been done and various images have been produced, including thestereopair of OPS images and the "Pseudo-stereo" of SAR images. On the interpreted images many geological and geomorphologic data, particularly karst features have been registered.

  7. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: DISTRIBUTION AND REGIONAL PECULIARITIES OF SOIL EROSION IN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Petraš, Josip (89593)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 3
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 57
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 503 to 518
    Number of references: 40
    Language: engleski
    Summary: More than 90% of soils in Croatia is exposed to water erosion,but on arable soils in last decade erosion increase. Respectingsoil properties, climatic, geomorphological and lithologicalproperties, however land use, on a map are presented sevenpedo-ecological zones.Excessive erosion is in zone of flysh incentral Istria and in zone of Pseudogley (Stagni-gleyic luvisol).The reasons have to be sought in the fact that the confined croprotation with a high proportion of row crops, as well as theprocesses of anthropogenic degradation of soils in intensivefarming, favour soil erosion.
    Keywords: Soil erodibility, categories of soil erosion, pedo-ecological zones, USLE

  8. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: ACTUAL QUIESTIONS AND SOIL CONSERVATION IN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Sabolić, Mijo (94170)
    Journal: Poljoprivredne aktualnosti
    Number: 3
    ISSN: 0350-6629
    Volume: 0
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 227 to 249
    Number of references: 51
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper presents practical application of USLE for analysiserosion hazards in the existing crop rotations and variousagroecological conditions in Croatia, however the creation andpresentation of Isoerodent map of Croatia, using of Fournier'smodified index (Arnoldus 1977). Conservation tillage and croprotation are powerful tools that enable us to control theerosional processes and keep erosion within tolerated limits. Thesoil conservation is conditio sine qua non of sustainabledevelopment of Croatia.
    Keywords: Erosional drift, USLE, Isoerodent map of Croatia, Conservation value of crop rotation, Conservation tillage, BMP-Best Management Practices, Atlas of soil tillage region

  9. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: VERTIC HYDROMORPHIC SOILS OF THE SAVA RIVER VALLEY AND PROBLEMS OF THEIR UTILIZATION

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Škorić, Arso (47322)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Journal: Zemljište i biljka
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0514-6658
    Volume: 40
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 12 to 28
    Number of references: 24
    Language: engleski
    Summary: On the basis of the coefficient of linear extensibility (COLE)and the parametar of potential linear extensibility (PLE), thevertic hydromorphic soil of the Sava river valley use classifiedinto three verticity groups. The priority of ameliorationforutilization in crop production pertains to soil of the group Iof verticity. The heavyest vertic soil in westearn Posavlje, witha high PLE coefficient (above 15-17), should be left to thenormal associations like forests, swampy meadows and marshes.
    Keywords: vertic hydromorphic soils, COLE, PLE, utilization

  10. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: IMPORTANCE OF PEDOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN PROTECTION AND UTILIZATION OF LAND RESOURCES

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Škorić, Arso (47322)
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 2
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 57
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 217 to 226
    Number of references: 16
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: In paper four specific examples of the use of pedological datafor purposes protection and utilization of land resources aregiven. The first instance shows their importance in the mountainregion, for utilization and protection of the landscope ofnational parks and other protected areas. The second, for optimumcategorization of land use, and the example the metods of solvingtopical land amelioration are given. The fourth example shows theimportance of the pedological parameters in utilization ofpseudogley on slopes and luvisols and on the variety ofproperties relevant to soil erosion.
    Keywords: Pedological data, Land, remote sensing, Land capability clasification

  11. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: DIGITALIZATION OF THE BASIC SOIL MAP OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Rapaić, Mladen
    Journal: Bilten za daljinska istraživanja i fotointerpretaciju, HAZU
    Number: 0
    ISSN: 0351-4927
    Volume: 12
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 67 to 76
    Number of references: 11
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The interest of numerous users of the Basic Soil Map of Croatia(1:50.000) for the purpose of management, planning, soilconservation, etc. has rezulted in introduction of the soil mapinto the Geographical Information System (GIS) and entering, asthe integral entity SOIL, into the datebase, for the use andbenefit of all potential users. In this way, all availableknowledge in the soil is gathered in one place, thus facilitatinggrouping, selection and relating with other data.
    Keywords: Basic Soil Map of Croatia, digitalization, Geographical Information System (GIS)

  12. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: ALTERNATIVES IN SOIL TILLAGE FOR SPRING-SEEDING IN 1992. YEAR

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Journal: Poljoprivredne aktualnosti
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0350-6622
    Volume: 40
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 21 to 30
    Number of references: 37
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The war in Croatia caused troubles in tillage and seed-bedpreparation in arable farming, what actualised reduced tillage.Taking in account properties of soil: texture, compaction,permeability, humus content, pH, and available nutrients, pointedeach of them with 1 point = unfavourable, 2 points =conditionally favourable and 3 points = favourable, the criteriaof soil suitability for applyng of reduced tillage where created.Unsuitable for reduced tillage are soils with less than 10points, conditionally suitable are soils with 11-15 points, andsuitable soils with 16-21 points.
    Keywords: Reduced tillage, Soil suitability for reduced tillage

  13. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: HEAVY METALS IN LIMING MATERIALS FROM NW CROATIA: POSSIBLE EFFECTS OF LIMING ON PERMISSIBLE CONTENT OF HEAVY METALS IN ARABLE SOIL

    Authors:
    Durn, G. (126941)
    Palinkaš, L.A.
    Miko, S.
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Grgić-Kapelj, S.
    Journal: Geologia Croatica
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 1330-030
    Volume: 46
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 145 to 155
    Language: engleski
    Summary: The evaluation of possible arable soil contamination by heavymetals from liming materials into the arable soils in NW Croatiais based upon the contents of Fe, Mn, Pb, Cu, Zn, Cd and Hg instudied limestones like liming materials. Only Cd contentsindicate that a certain amount of care should be taken intoaccount using the limestones of NW Croatia in liming the acidsoils of Drava river value in this part of Croatia.
    Keywords: Heavy metals, Liming of acid soils, Cadmium, Soil contamination

  14. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: DETERMINATION OF TRACE METALS BY AAS METHODS AFTER COPRECIPITATION

    Authors:
    Đumija, Ljubica (57222)
    Manitašević, Jelena (71326)
    Tomašić, Vlasta
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 2
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 57
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 277 to 283
    Number of references: 17
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Heavy metals, Cu, Zn, Pb, Cr, Cd and Fe were determined by atomicabsorption spectrometry in the water after coprecipitation witha) Fe(III) iron hzdroxide and b) Mg(II) magnesium hydroxide.Unfiltered samples of water show 28-34% higher value ofconcentrations of heavy metals than samples filtered through themilipor 0,45 micro metars.
    Keywords: Coprecipitation, heavy metals, preconcentration, atomis absorption spectrometry, microfilter

  15. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: SEQUENTIAL EXTRACTION PROCEDURE OF HEAVY METALS FROM RIVERS SEDIMENTS

    Authors:
    Đumija, Ljubica (57222)
    Manitašević, Jelena (71326)
    Tomašić, Vlasta
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 2
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 57
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 285 to 292
    Number of references: 11
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: An analytical procedure sequential chemical extraction has beendeveloped for the partitioning of trace metals (Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb)into five fractions of sediments: a) excangeable, b) bound tocarbonate, c) bound to Fe-Mn oxides, d) bound to organic metterand e) residual. Residual fractions of sediments contain thehighest concentrations of metals.
    Keywords: Coprecipitation, Sequential extraction, Fraction-scavenger, Excageable fraction, Atomic absorption spectrometry, Standard addition

  16. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: THE CONTENT OF HEAVY METALS IN AQUATIC AND SWAMPY PLANTS FROM DRAINAGE-SYSTEM OF UPPER SAVA RIVER VALLEY

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Đumija, Ljubica (57222)
    Bujan, Marija (99004)
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 58
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 75 to 82
    Number of references: 27
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The quantites of two essential metals, copper and zinc and twononessential metals, cadmium and lead, were analyzed in 7 aquaticand 7 swampy macrophytes collected from the drainage-system inthe area of Upper Sava River Valley (localities OBOROVO andMAHOVO). Relatively greates quantities of heavy metals areaccumulated in these species: Ceratophyllum demersum (Cu, Zn,Pb). Ranunculus circinatus (Zn, Cd, Pb), Riccia fluitans (Zn, Cd,Pb), Oenanthe aquatica (Zn, Pb) and Sagittaria sagittifolia (Zn). Quantities of heavy metals (copper, zinc, cadmium and lead) were analized in 7 aquatic and 7 swampy macrophytes collected from the drain-system in the area of Upper Sava River Valley (Oborovo, Mahovo). Relatively greatestquatities of heavy metals are accumulated in these species: Ceratophyllum demersum (Cu, Zn, Pb), Ranunculus circinatus (Zn, Cd, Pb), Riccia fluitans (Zn, Cd, Pb), Oenanthe aquatica (Zn, Pb), I Sagittaria sagittifolia (Zn). Results suggest that the aquatic and swampy plants, as accumulative indicators, are suitable for "self-purification" of their habitant.
    Keywords: Heavy metals, Copper, Zinc, Cadmium, Lead, Macrohydrophytes,Aquatic plants, Swampy plants, Drainage-system, Upper Sava River Valley, Hyperaccumulators, Purification

  17. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: SYNTAXONOMICAL RANGE OF MARSILEA QUADRIFOLIA L. (MARSILEACEAE) IN POSAVINA, CROATIA

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Journal: Acta Botanica Croatica
    ISSN: 0365-0588
    Volume: 52
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 65 to 73
    Number of references: 30
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The fern Marsilea quadrifolia is an aquatic and semiaquatic plant. In Europa it is a rare species. In Croatia it occupies the natural pastures along Sava River and drainage canals in Posavina. It enters the communities of following classes:Potametea, Phragmitetea, Littorelletea, Is”to-nanojuncetea andAlno-Populetea. Its great ecological plasticity is very important for its preservation and continuance as the species.
    Keywords: Marsilea quadrifolia, Potametea, Phragmitetea, Littorelletea, Isoeto-Nanojuncetea, Alno-Populetea, Posavina in Croatia, Rarespecies, Syntaxonomical range, Drainage canals

  18. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: A GLOBAL PROGRAM IN EARTH OBSERVATION FROM SPACE TILL THE YEAR 2000.

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Journal: Bilten za daljinska istraživanja i fotointerpretaciju, HAZU
    ISSN: 0351-4927
    Volume: 11
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 49 to 56
    Number of references: 8
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Based on the experiences gained so far in data collection andinvestigation of Earth from space, now programs ere beingprepared which will enable even more precise data collection andmeasurement of astates, occurrences and processes on our planet.These programs are of global character and comprise a wide rangeof various observations and measurements of Earth. By newimproved sensors the field of application of data providing bysatellites and polar platforms would be significantly extended.
    Keywords: Program, observation, satellites, Earth

  19. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: ERS-1 FIRST EUROPEAN REMOTE SENSING SATELLITE

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Journal: Bilten za daljinska istraživanja i fotointerpretaciju, HAZU
    ISSN: 0351-4927
    Volume: 11
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 57 to 60
    Number of references: 6
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Main characteristics of ERS-1 satellite as well as possibilitiesof applications of the data obtained through this satellite havebeen described.
    Keywords: ERS-1, satellite, investigation, Earth

  20. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: LANDSAT 6 - EARTH REMOTE SENSING SATELLITE

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Journal: Bilten za daljinska istraživanja i fotointerpretaciju, HAZU
    ISSN: 0351-4927
    Volume: 12
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 85 to 88
    Number of references: 2
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The Landsat 6 satellite, representing state of art in remotesensing technology, is the third generation of Landsat platforms.It is scheduled for launch in eary 1993. landsat 6 will have asun-synchronous orbit, inclined at 98.2 degrees, with a 16-dayrepeat dycle. Although essentially the same as Landsat 4 and 5,Landsat 6 includes several new features that will significantlyimprove the quality of data received: and Enhanced ThematicMapper (ETM) with 15 meter panchromatic band co-registered withthe seve multispectral bands.
    Keywords: Landsat - 6, satellite, Remote Sensing

  21. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING FROM SPACE

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Journal: Bilten za daljinska istraživanja i fotointerpretaciju, HAZU
    ISSN: 0351-4927
    Volume: 12
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 89 to 90
    Language: engleski
    Summary: The data obtained from satellites has important role formultidisciplinary research of ecosystems, because ecosystems andcomponents of ecosystems interact in temporal and in spatialdimensious.
    Keywords: Monitoring, satellite, remote sensing

  22. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: AVAILABLE DATA AND POSSIBILITIES OF PREPARING OF SOIL VULNERABILITY MAPS IN YUGOSLAVIA

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Škorić, Arso (47322)
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Martinović, Jakob (29041)
    Puvača, Vladimir (60686)
    Journal: Zemljište i biljka
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0514-6658
    Volume: 40
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 55 to 61
    Number of references: 32
    Language: engleski
    Summary: In connection with the European project SOVEU, this paper gives ashort review of existing pedological research in Yugoslavia, theavailable data and other information from other branches of soilscience, as well as from the related fields. Next, it containsreflections on potential and actual pollutants, critical soilproperties and risk criteria, according to recent knowledge andthe autors experience.
    Keywords: Pedogeographic districs, qualitative assesment and soil forming processes

  23. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: THE IMPORTANCE OF SOIL IN NATURAL AND AGROECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS: PRESENT-DAY PROBLEMS OF SOIL CONSERVATION

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Journal: Socijalna ekologija
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 1330-0113
    Volume: 1
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 105 to 118
    Number of references: 60
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: At the beginning of essay, global problems of food production anddefinition of agricultural and ecological systems as well asconnection with the social ecology were introduced. Then, therefolowed a survey of new conceptions on the role of soil in natureand new ideas on "the chemical time bomb" as well as on the"vulnerability" of soil. The final chapter points to thenecessary of holistic approach and the long-term stationarysurveying of soil changes and of other components of ecologicalsystems.
    Keywords: Soil, natural and agroekological systems, chemical time bombs, vulneratility of soil

  24. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: WORLD AND HOME TRENDS IN PROTECTING SOIL AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, IN THE PERIOD FROM STOCKHOLM TO RIO

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Journal: Socijalna ekologija
    Number: 3
    ISSN: 1330-0113
    Volume: 1
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 399 to 405
    Number of references: 17
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Although in the past 20 years from one wordl conference to theother much has been done in the production of foodstuffs andprotection of environment, many dilemmas regarding the future ofEarth and further development of mankind on the doorstep to thethird millenium remain unsolved. Globally, they represent renewalof famine threast owing to the constant increase of the number ofinhabitants, to increase of the temperature due to increase ofthe quantity of carbodioxide and other harmful gases, as well asto ther over-large felling of the trees together with the dyingof the forests under the impact of acid rains, and to theerosions and soil and water being polluted by chemicalpollutants, then to individuals leaving the farms, on one side,and transformation of rich agricultural lands to building sites,on the other.
    Keywords: Agricultural production, alternative culture, Croatian agriculture, degradation, erosion, pollutants, protection of the soil

  25. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: SOIL DEGRADATION AND POTENTIAL POLLUTANTS ON CROATIAN COAST AND IN SURROUNDING MOUNTAINS

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Martinović, Jakob (29041)
    Kvastek, Krešo (25066)
    Bognar, Andrija (4265)
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 2
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 58
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 177 to 188
    Number of references: 28
    Language: engleski
    Summary: The first part of the paper presents the geomorphological,pedological and climate characteristics of the Adriatic coastalzone and of the mountain area in the background, followed by thereview of present experience in soil conservation under thePriority Actions Programme of the UNDP Regional Center in Split,as well as of the authors experience based on the results oftheir research in the maritime part of Croatia.
    Keywords: Geomorphological-pedological relations, geochemical role of forest trees, soil and water conservation

  26. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: REASONS OF VARIABILITY AND STAGNATION OF YIELDS OF WINTER WHEAT IN CENTRAL CROATIA (BJELOVAR REGION)

    Authors:
    Sabolić, Mijo (94170)
    Journal: Poljoprivredne aktualnosti
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0350-6622
    Volume: 38
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 215 to 222
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: In the period of 16 years (1974-1989) trends of winter wheatyields and production on bjelovar regions has been analysed. Onprivate sector of ownerships the sown area and whole productionshows a continuously decreasing, but on social sector both sownarea and whole production show a continuously increasing. On bothsectors yields are in stagnation. The reasons are at firstwhether and soil condition. Without soil improvement on soils oflow fertility, however a stimulative economic policy it is notreal to expect a yield increasing.
    Keywords: Winter wheat yields, Variation of yields, Stagnation of yields

  27. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: LAND RESOURCES AND AGRICULTURE OF HRVATSKO ZAGORJE

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Žimbrek, Tito (55602)
    Franić, Ramona
    Journal: Gazophylacium
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 1330-0504
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 37 to 51
    Number of references: 5
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The study provides some basic information about the agriculturaldevelopment, population and farms. The study includes theanalysis of the quality and limits of the soil resources suitablefor intensive farming. The degree of the present and futurepotential of the soil for crop-growing, gardening, fruit andwine-growing has been determined. The characteristic ofagricultural production are presented on the basic of statisticaldata for the period between 1989 and 1991.
    Keywords: Land, Agriculture, Hrvatsko Zagorje, Family farms

  28. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: LANC VALUE ASSESSMENT OF THE ISLAND OF PAG FROM THE STANDPOINT OF DEVELOPMENT OF SHEEP-FARMING

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Journal: Bilten za daljinska istraživanja i fotointerpretaciju, HAZU
    ISSN: 0351-4927
    Volume: 13
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 33 to 40
    Number of references: 12
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper gives the specified-purpose assessment of land value on the island of Pag, from the standpoint of sheep farming. On the basis of pedological data, aerial photographs and satellite photographs from LANDSAT 5, the soils on the island have been classified from the fourth to the eighth category of the general land classification, with recommendation that the fourth and fifth category should not be used for any purpose other than primary agricultural production. This would preserve the strategic importance of agricultural areas and provide the preconditions for agriculture, in this case sheep-farming, to become and alternative to tourism as a source of good and rich living.
    Keywords: land, sheep-farming, use land, agriculture, category land

  29. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: PROPERTIES OF SOME ELEMENTARY SOIL AREALS IN THE MOUNTAIN KARST ZONE OF CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 59
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 31 to 40
    Number of references: 18
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper presents the results of analysis of structure of the soil cover and the properties of some elementary soil (ESA) occurring in a great number of soil combinations (SC). The most frequent ESA in mountain Croatia are: calcomelanosol, calcocambisol, luvisol and rendzina. They appear in small areas, depending mostly on the kind of the bedrock, homogeneity of its wear, and on the relief. The basic factors of formation and distribution of SC are the karst processes, relief characteristics, alluvial-proluvial processes, rock heterogeneity, and human influence.
    Keywords: elementary soil areal (ES), karst, soil combination (SC), structure of the soil cover

  30. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: Classification of soil damages in Croatia

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Journal: Agronomski glasnik
    Number: 3-4
    ISSN: 0002-1954
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 291 to 310
    Number of references: 20
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: In the paper is presented a proposal of classification of soil damage in four categories: degree, kind, process and consequence of soil damage. At the same time, there is a review of existed results of investigation of soil damages. There is a suggestion on organised integral soil protection according of conception afirmated in European countries, especially in Working associations Alps, Alps-Adria and Danube river basin countries. That conception includes three parts: Inventorying of soil condition, Soil monitoring and Information system of soil of Croatia.
    Keywords: Classification of soil damages, Inventorying of soil condition, Soil monitoring, Information system of soil

  31. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: SOIL FERTILITY TESTING IN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bertić, Blaženka
    Vukadinović, V.
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Dropulić, Drago (102216)
    Journal: Poljoprivredne aktualnosti
    Number: 1-2
    ISSN: 0350-6622
    Volume: 30
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 203 to 208
    Language: hrvatski

  32. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: USE OF THE EUFMETHOD IN SOIL FERTILIY TESTING SYSTEM AND FERTILIZATION PREDETERMINATION

    Authors:
    Dropulić, Drago (102216)
    Vukadinović, V.
    Bertić, Blaženka
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Journal: Poljoprivredne aktualnosti
    Number: 1-2
    ISSN: 0350-6622
    Volume: 30
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 209 to 214
    Number of references: 4
    Language: hrvatski

  33. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: THE EFFECT OF THE BIOREGULATORS AGRISPON AND ERGOSTIM THE VEGETATIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE GROWTH OF APPLES

    Authors:
    Dubravec, Katarina
    Dubravec, Ivo
    Manitašević, Jelena (71326)
    Journal: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture
    Number: 5
    ISSN: 1044-0046
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 73 to 83
    Number of references: 12
    Language: engleski
    Summary: An experiment was conducted in 1990, 1991, and 1992 in Croatia to evaluate the effect of the bioregulators Agrispon and Ergostim on the vegetative and reproductive growth and development of the apple (Malus pumila L.) varieties Elstar and Golden Delicious. Agrispon in non-toxic plant and mineral extract containing zeatin, triacontanol, and other components. Ergostim is an L-cysteines and folic acid derivative. both products were applied twice, three weeks after flowering, and 10 to 15 days later the chlorophyll content of leaves increased throught the season, while carotenoids increased during the early growth stage. Leaf growth and petiole length were both affected for Golden Delicious apples, but only petiole length was affected for the cv. Elstar. Enhaanced phtosynthetic activity for both products produced a significant increase in apple yield and size for elstar in 1990, for Golden Delicious in 1991, and for Elstar in 1992. Only Agrispons significantly increased Golden Delicious yields in 1992. These bioregulators have been shown to help shown to help maximite returns from fertilizer and other off-farm investments, showing their place in sustainable agriculture systems.

  34. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: INFLUENCE OF BIOREGULATORS ON THE LEAVES PIGMENTS LEVEL AND YIELD OF APPLE

    Authors:
    Dubravec, Katarina
    Dubravec, Ivo
    Manitašević, Jelena (71326)
    Journal: Acta Pharm.
    Number: 45
    ISSN: 1330-0075
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 253 to 257
    Number of references: 9
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Foliar application of bioregulators Agrispon and Ergostim increased leaf pigments chlorophyll and carotenoid as well as fruitfulness of the apple cultivars Elstar aqnd Golden Delicious during the two vegetation periods.
    Keywords: apple, yield, chlorophyll, carotenoid, bioregulators, Agrispon, Ergostim

  35. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: PHASE BEHAVIOUR IN MIXTURES OF CATIONIC AND ANIONIC SURFACTANTS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS

    Authors:
    Filipović-Vinceković, Nada
    Bujan, Marija (99004)
    Dragčević, Đ.
    Nekić, N.
    Journal: Colloid Polym Sci
    Number: 273
    ISSN: 0303-402X
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 182 to 188
    Number of references: 23
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Phase behaviour of cationic/anionic surfactant mixtures of the same chain length (n-10,12 or 14) strongly depends on the molar ratio and actual concentration of the surfactants. Precipitation of catanionic surfactant and mixed micelles formation are observed over the concentration range investigators. Coacervate and liquid crystals are fond to coexist in the transition region from crystaline catanionic surfactant to mixed micelles. The addition of oppositely charged surfactant diminishes the surface charge density and the mixed micelle/solution interface and enhances the apparent degree of counterion dissotiation from mixed micelles. Cationic surfacftants have a greater tendency to be incorporated in mixed micelles than anionic ones.
    Keywords: cationic/annionic surfactant mixtures-phase, behaviour-cationic surfactant, precipitation mixed micelles counterion binding

  36. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: NEW LOCALITIES OF SPECIES DUCHESNEA INDICA (ANDREWS) FOCKE IN CROATIA AND ITS USEFUL AND HARMFUL CHARACTERISTICS

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    Number: 56
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 409 to 418
    Number of references: 18
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Advantitious species Duchesnea indica (Andrews) Focke has been registered on new localities (Zagreb, Velika Gorica, Križevci) in Croatia as the pioneer species or it enters in as. Lolio-Plantaginetum majoris Beger 30. Owing to bioecological and particularly morphological characteristics species Duchesnea indica is attractive decorative species but it can be an aggressive weed. This species would be good for dense, low and green "carpet" on the edges of roads, dikes, home gardens and elswhere in order to reduce or leave out the cutting and protect bare soil from erosion.
    Keywords: Duchesnea indica (Andrews) focke, adventitious species, decorativ species, aggressive weed, antierosive species, flora of Croatia, protection baresoil from erosion

  37. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: HEAVY METALS IN WEEDS IN THE POSAVINA AREA

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Đumija, Ljubica (57222)
    Journal: Poljoprivredna znanstvena smotra
    ISSN: 0370-0291
    Volume: 60
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 95 to 103
    Number of references: 28
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The content of copper zinc, cadmium and lead were investigated in 11 weed species in the Posavina area (Mahovo) throught 1991 and 1992. The range of heavy metal content in weed plants as: Cu 1.06-30.53, Zn 10.20-49.10, Cd 0.10-3.87 and Pb 0.33-5.95 ug/g d.m. The relatively greatest quantity of heavy metals was found in the following weed plants: Cirsium arvense (Cu, Cd, Pb), Rumex crispus (Cu, Zn), Plantago maior (Cu, Pb), Lactuca serriola (Zn, Cd), Chenopodium polyspermum (Zn), Rorripa sylvestris (Cd) and Chenopodium album (Pb). The high accumulation capacity of plants for decontaminating polluted land.
    Keywords: heavy metals, copper, zinc, cadmium, lead, weeds, Posavina

  38. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: CONTRIBUTION OF ENHANCED LANDSAT TM IMAGES IN GEO-EXPLORATIONS OF THE MT PAPUK, CROATIA

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Oluić, D.
    Journal: Bilten za daljinska istraživanja i fotointerpretaciju, HAZU
    Number: 13
    ISSN: 0351-4927
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 21 to 32
    Number of references: 11
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: In this study Landsat TM data were applied to an exploration area in the Mt. Papuk (Croatia). This area is almost extremely well covered by dense forests and geological outcrops of rocks are rarely encountered, so that the field mapping is significantly difficult. The proccesed Landsat TM images offer help in discrimination the lithologicall composition as well as in determining the structural elements. In such a way the necessary field work and costs of exploration will be reduced whereas the exploration results will be more complete.
    Keywords: Landsat TM, satelite images, digitalization

  39. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: RASTER ORIENTED GIS AND DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Oluić, D.
    Journal: Geodetski list
    Number: 4
    ISSN: 0016-710X
    Volume: 71
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 337 to 349
    Number of references: 20
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper reviews the main features of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). There are two fundamental approaches to the representation of the spatial component of geographic information: the vector model and the raster model. The raster model, a raster structured geometry, is described in detail. The comparasion of vectorial GIS (vector structured geometry) and raster oriented GIS, as well as its advanteges and disadvantages is also presented. Digital images and digital image processing, as one of the most important sources of information for raster GIS are described.
    Keywords: GIS, raster model, vector model

  40. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: REVIEW OF INVESTIGATIONS BY PROFESSOR M. GRAČANIN IN SOIL PHYSICS AND PRESENT STATUS OF SCIENCE IN THIS FIELD

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Journal: Agronomski glasnik
    Number: 1-2
    ISSN: 0002-1954
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 147 to 157
    Number of references: 62
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper is dedicated to the memory of the late Professor Gračanin, shortly presenting the importance of his research work in soil physics. The review includes 22 works published in the period from 1931 to 1977. In the second part of the paper the most important present topics are presented which are the subject of interest of local and foreign scientists is soil physics and in applied pedology for hydrotechnical and agrotechnical purposes.

  41. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title:

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Journal: Agronomski glasnik
    Number: 1-2
    ISSN: 0002-1954
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 177 to 191
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The first research of hydromorphic soils in Croatia, was done at the end of third decade of this century by professor Gračanin M. He explained in detail process of hydrogenization and pedogenesis of hydromorphic soils. The most consistent in application of his systematization and classification of hydromorphic soils was Kovačević P., et al., during the soil survey and soil classification of Gornja Posavina. At the same time started land reclamation and amelioration of Drava, Dunav, Sava, Mirna and Neretva watershed regions. To the end of ninth decade of this century 1.118.885 hectara were completely or incompletely hydromeliorated in Croatia, including subsurface drainage systems on 161.530 hectars of agricultural land. Partly the agroamelioration was done. In the proposed classification for hydromorphic soils in Croatia, division or order include lower units where classe in according to radical amelioration measure, type is based on physiographic properties and typical soil processes before hydroamelioration, then subtype is according to surface drainage with or without subsurface drainage-pipe drainage, variety in respect to agroamelioration, and finally soil form describe kind of agroamelioration measure or texture for nonameliorated soils.
    Keywords: hydromorphic soils, amelioration, soil taxonomy

  42. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: PRESENCE OF METALS IN THE PERCOLATION WATER FROM AGRICULTURAL LAND IN THE VUČICA RIVER CATCHMENT AREA

    Authors:
    Raspor, Biserka (40333)
    Pavlović, Ivan
    Đumija, Ljubica (57222)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Journal: Hrvatske vode
    Number: 9
    ISSN: 1300-1144
    Volume: 3
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 23 to 29
    Number of references: 19
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: In the trial fields in the Vučica and Karašica catchment areas, in 1993, samples were taken of percolation water, water from open drains and from the rivers, in order to determine the content of dissolved toxic (cadmium and lead) and biologically indispensable (copper and zinc) metals in the samples. Two working groups carried out independet procedures of determining the presence of the above mentioned metals in surface and ground water, in order to compare the results and to recommend proved and reliable methods of sampling, storing, preliminary processing and measuring of the cadmium, lead, copper and zinc content. The results of the two working groups differ which may be explained bz differences in the procedure of determining the metals. The noticed defects were used as the basis for recommending of improved procedures for determining of the presence of metals in percolation water from agricultural land.
    Keywords: percolation water from agricultural land, metal content, water sampling, AAS and voltametric procedure

  43. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: CONTROL OF DRAINAGE AND WATER IN THE KARAŠICA AND VUČICA CATCHMENT AREA

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Journal: Hrvatska vodoprivreda
    Number: 21
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 15 to 17
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The research program in 1992-1995. on trial fields suvar, Kapelna, Lila, Ličko Polje, N. Topolak and Petrovac includes the analysis of reaction, humus, plant nutrients, triazine pesticides, micronutrients and/or heavy metals in soil, quality of surface, ground and drainage water, triazine pesticides and heavy metals in water, drainage performances - water bilance in soil, dynamics of humidity and the influence of water shortage on crop yields, ground water dynamics, several days and momentary drain discharges, and the status of soil and drain trench filling. The regular analysis of agrotechnical measures and yields on separate fields and crops in carried out.

  44. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: REASONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR IRRIGATION OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS IN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Journal: Gazophylacium
    Number: 1-2
    ISSN: 1330-0504
    Volume: 2
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 70 to 78
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The extent of irrigation of agricultural crops in Croatia is by no means adequate to the actual requirements and to the possibilities offered by water and land resources. For the purpose of stimulation, promotion and information, the paper presents, in a condensed form, some results of the research carried out so far, including conditions and possibilities of the crop farming, some practical experience in irrigation, designing and efficiency of irrigation systems, general requirements of crops for water, requirements or possible water consumption for some vegetables and crops in the areas of Slavonia and Lika, water requirements for irrigation of such crops and, finally, some agronomic aspects of control and rational use of irrigation systems.
    Keywords: drought, soil moisture deficit, irrigation

  45. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: ORGANISCHE PROBLEMSTOFFE IN DEN ACKERB™DEN KROATIENS

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Hrlec, Goran
    Proceedings title: Organische Problemstoffe in Boden und Gesetzliche Regelungen fr den Bodenschutz
    Language: njemački
    Place: Mnchen, Njemačka
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 32 to 47
    Meeting: Experttagung der gemeinsamen Arbeitsgruppe Bodenschutz ARGE Alpen, Alpen-Adria und Donaul„nder
    Held: from 10/17/91 to 10/18/91
    Summary: Die Erforschung der organischen Problemstoffe in Boden, ihreHerkunft, Eindringungsverm”gen in den Boden, sowieVerbindungskraft, Perzistenz, Aufnahme durch biologischenBodenkomplex, odr Transformation and Auswaschung bzw. die Bilanzin den Ackerb”den ist ein aktuelles Forschungsgebiet. In Kroatienwerden etwa 280 aktive Substanzen und ber 800 Pr„paraten inVerkauf angeboten, etwa 40% entfallen hierbei on Herbizide. Einespezifische Problem ist relativ enge Fruchtfolge mit grossenAnteil K”rnermais und Atrazinnutzung. Nach Bodenerosion kommt eszu eine unregelm„ssige Verteilung des Bodenmaterials. InPretrochemikalien Exploatationsgebeit wir registrierten dieBodenverunreinigung durch Gasstoffe wie Schwefel oderQuecksilber.

  46. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: BODENEROSION IN RAHMEN DES BODENDAUERBEOBACHTUNGSPROGRAMMS

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Proceedings title: BODENEROSION UND STRUKTURVERŽNDERUNG
    Language: njemački
    Place: Mnchen, Njemačka
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 57 to 76
    Meeting: Experttagung der gemeinsamen Arbeitsgruppe Bodenschutz ARGE Alpen, Alpen-Adria und Donaul„nder
    Held: from 10/07/92 to 10/08/92
    Summary: Die Wassererosion ist unzweifelhaft einer der gefa„hrlichstenSch„digungsprozess fr B”den als unersetzliche und begrenztenatrlichen Ressource auf dem Gebiet ARGE Alpen und Alpen-Adria.BDF Program erm”glicht eine Dauerbeobachtung alle Parametern derBodenerosion. Direkte messung erm”glicht die šberprfung derABAG-USLE in unseren Boden und bioklimatischen Bedingungen. ABAGin original oder revidierten Form wird die Ausarbeitung derErosiongef„rdungskarten, als Grundlage fr Boden und Umweltschutzerm”glichen.

  47. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: CONTRIBUTIN TO THE STUDY OF PROBLEMS OF RADIONUCLIDES IN CULTIVATET AND NON-CUDLTIVATED SOILS IN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bauman, Alica (2656)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Manitašević, Jelena (71326)
    Proceedings title: Zemljište kao prirodni resurs i faktor razvoja
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Sarajevo, Bosna i Hercegovina
    Year: 1991
    ISBN/ISSN: 86-7123-035-x
    Pages: from 225 to 231
    Meeting: Savjetovanje posvećeno pokojnom akademiku i sveučilišnom profesoru dr. M. Ćiriću
    Held: from 07/14/89 to 07/15/89
    Summary: The first part of the work contains a short review of the pastloacal and foreign experience on research of radionuclides insoils and agroecosystems, fallowoed by tables and comments onresults of monitoring of the activity of cesium and strontium insoils in Croatia and a part of available gamaspestrometricanalyses of soil on test units. The final part containsconclusion and proposals for a future work, within the scope ofjoint scientific projects in the country of through theinternational cooperation.
    Keywords: Chernobil incident, radionuclides, terrestic ecosystems

  48. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: QUARTERNARY SANDS AT SOUTH-EASTERN PART OF THE MLJET ISLAND

    Authors:
    Bognar, Andrija (4265)
    Klein, V.
    Mesić, I.
    Culiberg, M.
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Sarkoti-Šlat, M.
    Horvatinčić, N.
    Proceedings title: Proceedings of the international symposium
    Language: engleski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1992
    ISBN/ISSN: 953-6076-00-4
    Pages: from 99 to 110
    Meeting: International Symposium "Geomorphology and See"
    Held: from 09/22/92 to 09/26/92
    Summary: The results of sedimentologic, palinologic, pedologic andradiologic analysis of sand deposits at the south-eastern part ofthe Mljet island are presented in the paper. They give a goodinformation on Quarternary geologic - and geomorphologic featuresof the area during younger Wurm and Holocene.
    Keywords: Sand, sediments, profile, Quarternary, analysis

  49. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: THE PROPERTIES OF SOME ELEMENTARY SOIL AREALS BETWEEN THE RIVERS OF SAVA AND DRAVA

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Proceedings title: Zemljište kao prirodni resurs i faktor razvoja
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Sarajevo, Bosna i Hercegovina
    Year: 1991
    ISBN/ISSN: 86-7123-035-x
    Pages: from 313 to 322
    Meeting: Savjetovanje posvećeno pokojnom akademiku i sveučilišnom profesoru dr. M. Ćiriću
    Held: from 07/14/89 to 07/15/89
    Summary: In the area of Central Podravina and central part of westSlavonija (Lipik), the structure of soil cover, and geographicproperties of elementary soil areas (ESA or polypedon) with theirrelationship within soil combinations (SC), have beeninvestigated. Relief was found to be the major factor information of genetically narrower and variable SC. The size ofESA in several times larger than in our earlier work on Karstsoils.
    Keywords: Podravina and Lipik area, soil combination (SC), elementary soil areal (ESA), structure of soil cover

  50. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: THE RESPONSE OF SOME CROPS TO SOIL COMPACTION

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Proceedings title: "Soil Compaction and Soil Management"
    Language: engleski
    Place: Tallin, Rusija
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 42 to 54
    Meeting: International Conference of ENLS and International Soil Tillage Research Organization - ISTRO
    Summary: The paper presents the result of long-term investigation of theeffects of soil compaction and fertilization, interaction ofcompaction and fertilization, as well as of compaction anddifferent moisture intervals in major soil tyipes, upon theyields of some field crops. Different plant responses wererecorded on different soil types and it was determined thatincreased compaction cannot be compensated by higher fertilizerrates or by optimal moistening.
    Keywords: Soil compaction, Model trials

  51. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: EFFECT OF THE WASTE LIME APPLICATION ON YIELD AND PRODUCTION ECONOMY OF SOME ARABLE CROPS

    Authors:
    Gagro, M. (12815)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Proceedings title: 9th International Farm Management Congress
    Language: engleski
    Place: Budapest, Hungary
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 47 to 57
    Meeting: 9th International Farm Management Congress, International Farm Management Association
    Summary: In a four years field trial by block method with fivereplications on a Planosol of Middle Podravina in Lukač andBilogora in Grubišno Polje in winter wheat, maize and sugar beetgrowing we used different doses of waste lime (from sugarfactory), 1 t/ha to 10 t/ha. The application of waste limeincreased significantly the yields in comparasion to standardfertilisation.
    Keywords: Liming, Waste lime, Maiz, wheat and sugar beet yields

  52. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: DYNAMISCHE VERŽNDERUNGEN DER BODENDICHTE UND DIE VORHERSAGE DER VERŽNDERUNGEN

    Authors:
    Novosel, Tomo (33710)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Proceedings title: Bodenerosion und Strukturver„nderungen
    Language: njemački
    Place: Mnchen, Njemačka
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 20 to 56
    Meeting: Expertentagung der gemeinsamen Arbeitsgruppe Bodenschutz
    Held: from 10/07/92 to 10/08/92
    Summary: In diesem Artikel sind die M”glichkeiten der Vorhersage derBodenver„nderungen aufgrund von Laborversuchen dargestellt. Auáerder klassischen Versuchen in der Bodenmechanik (™dometer,Proctor, Schereruch) werden die M”glichkeit der Anwendung deszyklisch-triaxialen Versuchen wie auch Untersuchungsverfahrenvorgeschlagen.
    Keywords: Bodendichte, zyklish-triaxialer Versuch, Untersuchungsverfahren

  53. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: EIN BEITRAG ZUR GESETZGEBUNGS-DISKUSSION, TECHNISCHE FORAUSSETZUGEN UND šBERWACHUNGEN FšR DEN BODENSCHUTZ

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Proceedings title: Organische Problemstoffe im Boden und Gesetzliche Regelungen fr den Bodenschutz
    Language: njemački
    Place: Mnchen, Njemačka
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 86 to 96
    Meeting: Exdpertentagung der gemeinsamen Arbeitsgruppe Bodenschutz
    Held: from 10/17/91 to 10/18/91
    Summary: Die Daten, vorschl„ge und Auffassungen wurden anhand der vonkroatischen Vertretern abgehaltenen Referate, den Materialien desBayerischen Staatsministerium fr Landesentwicklung undUmweltfragen, anderen uns zug„nglichen Informationsquellen bereurop„ische Staaten und den bisherigen Erfahrungen in derwissenschaftlichen Erforschung des Bodenschutzes fr dieVersammlungen im Rahmen der Arbeitsgemeinschaften Alpen,Alpen-Adria und die neugegrndete Expert„ngrupe fr dasDonaugebiet, erstellt.
    Keywords: Gezetzliche Regelungen fr den Bodenschutz, Bodeninformationssystem und dauerbeobachtungsfl„chen

  54. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: AGRICULTURE AND WATER PROTECTION

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Proceedings title: Osnove strategije zaštite voda i mora od zagađivanja u Republici Hrvatskoj
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Opatija
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 40 to 46
    Meeting: Savjetovanje
    Summary: The paper discusses the need and the importance of waterconservation in agroecosystems, related to soil and thegydrological cycle. In this, available international and localregulations were used, with the data by local and foreignauthors, es well as results of the author's own investigations inthe Drava river basins. The final part of the paper delineatesthe strategic and direct economic objectives of soil and seaconservation in Croatia.
    Keywords: Non-point sources of pollution, shallow aquifers, surface storages and watercourses, drain water, lysimeter and piezometer monitoring

  55. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: SOIL CLASSIFICATION IN YUGOSLAVIA

    Authors:
    Škorić, Arso (47322)
    Proceedings title: Zemljište kao prirodni resurs i faktor razvoja
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Sarajevo, Bosna i Hercegovina
    Year: 1991
    ISBN/ISSN: 86-7123-035-x
    Pages: from 61 to 67
    Meeting: Savjetovanje posvećeno pokojnom akademiku i sveučilišnom profesoru dr. M. Ćiriću
    Held: from 07/14/89 to 07/15/89
    Summary: In this paper authors shows the origin, evaluated the presentresult and possibilities of application of the Soilclassification and indicates further approach and lines ofgeneral development of soil classification in the country, withparticular attention to specific purposes, technical oreffective.
    Keywords: Classification, soil, possibilities of application

  56. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: HEAVY METALS IN SOILS OF GLINA AREA

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Proceedings title: Spomenica uz 90. obljetnicu rođenja i 10. godinu smrti M. Gračanina
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1994
    ISBN/ISSN: 0002-1954
    Pages: from 13 to 41
    Summary: The paper presents the results of investigating the topsoil contaminationwith heavy metals of the soils in the municipality of Glina in western Croatia. Regarding the average content, the soils are uncontaminated while the maximum values determined for Cd and Pb correspond to the state of increased contamination. The content of other heavy metals is far below the MTC. The degree of soil contamination by heavy metals presents no obstacle to growing high quality vegetables. Accordingly, the soils of this region are very suitable for ecological agriculture-the so called alternative agriculture. The following criteria is proposed for designation of the degree of soil contamination byheavy metals: uncontaminated soil, up to 25% MTC, contaminated soil, 25-50% MTC, highly contaminated soil, 51-100% MTC, polluted soil, 100-200% MTC, very polluted soil, over 200% MTC. We estimate that MTC should be defined so as to depend onthe soil properties that determine the mobility of heavy metals, primarily soil reaction and the total cation exchange capacity, as well as the humus content, quantity and kind of clay minerals and the content of amorphous hydroxides.
    Keywords: Heavy metals in soil, Soil contamination, MTC-maximal tolerated concentration, Categories of soil contamination

  57. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: SOIL MONITORING WITHIN WORKING ASSOCIATIONS OF ALPS, ALPS-ADRIA AND DANUBE RIVER BASIN COUNTRIES

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik Znanstvenog skupa "Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama"
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 153 to 179
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: There is a detail describing and explaining of concept of soil monitoring, crated within regional associations Alps, Alps-Adria and Danube river basin countries. Plots-stations for permanent soil monitoring would be located on closely choised localities, which need to cover all important soil types and agroecological conditions of Croatia. Choice of kind of analysis used for soil monitoring will be made according of kind of soil damage. Dynamics of soil sampling depends also on kind and intensity of soil damage.
    Keywords: Soil monitoring, Plots for soil monitoring

  58. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: PARTICULARITY OF PLANT GROWING ON WATER PROTECTED AREA OF ČRNKOVEC

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mišetić, S.
    Bašić, I.
    Proceedings title: Zbornik Znanstvenog skupa "Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama"
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 233 to 249
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: Because of water protected areas are ecologically sensitive and risky, on that areas is not possible to practice intensive plant growing, which includes use of agrochemicals. Use of liquid manure and higher doses of mineral fertilizers is not allowed. On the example of water protected area of Črnkovec, near Zagreb there is presented a approach of land use in agriculture in water protected area in third and second water protected zones, as well as in the first zone - on the place of pumping of draw water. There is a recommendation for wind break plants as a protection against of dry aerial deposition, but in so protected area a vegetable growing with a choice of crops which needs small amount of nitrogen and medicinal heerbs, tolerant on monocropping.
    Keywords: Plant growing in protected area, Zones of water protection

  59. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: EVALUATION OF SOILS OF THE ISLAND OF HVAR FROM AGRICULTURAL STANDPINT

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik radova "Strategija održivog razvitka hrvatskih otoka"
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Hvar, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 303 to 310
    Meeting: Strategija održivog razvoja hrvatskih otoka
    Held: from 05/19/94 to 05/21/94
    Summary: On the basis of the pedological data, evaluation of soils of the island of Hvar has been carried out in order to assess the suitability of soils for growing of olives, citrus fruits, vineygards, vegetables, as well as for pastures and some farm crops. The soils have beenclassified from 4th to 8th category. It is recommended that the 4th and 5th category be used exclusively for crop farming and that, for strategic reasons they should not be irrationally and indiscriminately used for purpose other than ploughland farming. The paper includes the land value map of the island of Hvar, showingthe distribution of various land value categories.
    Keywords: category land, land use, protection

  60. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: STRUCTURE OF THE SOIL COVER IN THE BIOKOVO ENVIRONS

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik radova "Prirodoslovna istraživanja biokovskog kraja". Kongres ekologa HE
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 175 to 188
    Meeting: Prirodoslovna istraživanja biokovskog kraja
    Held: from 10/11/93 to 10/16/93
    Summary: In the broader area of Makarska, the soil cover was investigated with the structure of soil combinations (SC) and elementary soil areas (ESA). The soil map of the area distinguished 23 mapping units mainly constituing complex soil combinations, except karst fields and the Neretva river delta, where simple or homogenous features are found. The soil combinations in the mapping units, from the aspect of soil cover theory, are given in Table 1. Kars-suffosion processes, relief features, alluvial-proluvial processes, heterogeneity of the bedrock, ground water and human influence are the basic factors of formation and distribution of SC. The most frequent soils in the area are: Calcocambisol, Calcomelanosol and Terra rossa onthe limestone-dolomite substratum series; coluvial, alluvial and Hydromorphic gley soil appearing as the result of translocation and displacement of substances by alluvial and proluvial processes; Regosol, Rendzina and eutric brown soil on flysch. Other soils are less frequent.
    Keywords: structure of the soil cover, elementary soil areal, soil combination, karst

  61. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS OF MANAGEMENT IN AGRICULTURE AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON WATER QUALITY

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik znanstvenog skupa "Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama"
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 53 to 77
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: In this paper are presented actual problems of modern problems of up to - date management in agriculture, respecting the needs of increased food production on one, and environment - natural resources (soil and water) on the other side. World agriculture is on the beginning of fourth or biological revolution. Croatia stopped with land amelioration, especially drainage, in spite of very high needs. That stoppage is not for tolerance, but it is necessary to respect negative impacts of pipe drainage on environment, registered in west European countries.
    Keywords: Alternative farming systems, Water protection, Sustainable agriculture

  62. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: THE OPTIMUM CROP ROTATION FOR THE PRODUCTION OF VIRGINIA TYPE TOBACCO UNDER THE AGRO-ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF PODRAVINA

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Vuletić, N.
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Berdin, M. (137096)
    Proceedings title: Izvješće o znanstvenom i stručnom radu Duhanskog instituta
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1994
    ISBN/ISSN: 1330-139X
    Pages: from 121 to 135
    Summary: The results obtained indicate that crop rotation was a significant biological-cytological category affecting the tobacco leaf properties and that it was to be preferred over the monoproduction of tobacco. A crop rotation with a greater number of fields was to be preferred over crop rotation with a lesse number of fields. As regards tobacco quality, too, crop rotation was evidently to be preferred over crop rotation with a lesser number of fields. The chemical composition of the tobacco was less dependent on the number of crop rotation fields. The degree of virus infection of tobacco was the most dependen on whether the tobacco was grown in plot rotation or a monoculture. Again, crop rotation was to be preferred over monoproduction and crop rotation with a greater number of fields was to be preferred over crop rotation with a lesser number of fields.
    Keywords: Crop rotation in tobacco growing, Yield of tobacco, Quality of tobacco, pedohygiene

  63. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: THE INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF BIOPOST AND ORGANO IN TOBACCO GROWING

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Proceedings title: Izvješće o znanstvenom i stručnom radu Duhanskog instituta
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1994
    ISBN/ISSN: 1330-139X
    Pages: from 149 to 161
    Summary: Results of investigation of fertilizing efficiency of Biopost and Organo on yield and quality of tobacco in 1993. are presented, as well as a retrospection of results in the whole period of duration of field trial. The field trial is established on Experimental field of Tobacco institute-Zagreb, in Pitomača-Drava river basin, on luvisol on multilayer pleistocene sand. Although the second part of vegetation period was extremely dry, both of organic fertiliyators showed a very high influence onyield and quality of tobacco. At the same time some changes of chemical properties of soil, caused of influence of Biopost and Organo were registered.
    Keywords: Biopost, Organo, Yield of tobacco, Quality of tobacco

  64. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: THE FLORA OF THE EASTERN PART OF THE MOUNTAIN MEDVEDNICA

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Proceedings title: SIMPOZIJ - PEVALEK
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 35 to 41
    Meeting: Simpozij - Pevalek
    Summary: The paper includes the results of the own floristic research. In all, 465 vascular plants were identified up to now. The interesting very rare (e.g. Linaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Orchidaceae) and endemic ones (Primula auricula, Iris croatica, Sesleria calnikensis) are pointed out here.
    Keywords: the flora, the vascular plants, Medvednica, endemic plants

  65. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: HUMIDITY REGIME AND SOME OPERATIONS OF FARMING OF HYDROMORPHIC SOIL IN THE AREA OF SLAVONIA

    Authors:
    Jurišić, M.
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Petrić, M.
    Šumanov, S.
    Vlaketić, Ivanka
    Proceedings title: Aktualni zadaci mehanizacije poljoprivrede
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Opatija
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 365 to 370
    Meeting: 22. Tradicionalno međunarodno savjetovanje iz područja mehanizacije poljoprivrede
    Held: from 02/10/95 to 02/15/95
    Summary: The water content in soil was analyzed for various maize densities - 80.000, 60.000, and 48.000 plants per hectare, respectively, in separate agrotechnical stages - pre-sowing operations and two inter-row cultivations, through the value of the lower limit of plasticity. The first cultivation was done at 38.5 mm humiditz, and the second at 32.5 for the density of 80.000 plants per hectare, 32.8 mm for 60.000 plants per hectare, and 34.2 mm for 48.000 plants per hectare, i.e. all below the lower limit of plasticity, in favourable circumstances regarding humidity, plasticity, stickiness and soil carrying capacity.

  66. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: LIMING, MANURING AND FERTILIZATION OF MAIZE FOR BETTER PRODUCTIVITY AND LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMAPCT

    Authors:
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Redžepović, Sulejman (40561)
    Sikora, S. (85541)
    Language: engleski
    Year: 1994
    ISBN/ISSN: 968-6201-26-1
    Pages: from 159 to 161
    Meeting: 15th world Congress of soil Science
    Summary: Aimed at defining the optimal agrotechnology for maize grown of acid soils of central Croata, 4-year (1987-90) stationary investigations were carried out on acric luvisol in the Kordun region. Mineral nitrogen was applied in three rates (N140 N180 N220), mineral phosphorus as well (P120, P160 P200), while potassium fertilization was the same for all treatments. Firm cattle manure was applied in two rates (150 and 300 dt/ha), and so was liquid manure (15 and 30 m3/ha). Dolomite was used as liming material and wasalso applied in two rates (150 and 300 dt/ha). Investigation results point to the conclusion that modern agrotechnology for maize grown on acric luvisol of the Kordun region includes liming, as well as application of organic and mineral fertilizers.
    Keywords: Miaze, Acid soil, Liming, Manuring, Fertilization

  67. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: ASSESSMENT OF NITROGEN BALANCE FOR CROATIAN PART OF DANUBE RIVER CATCHEMENT AREA

    Authors:
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Prpić, Mara
    Jelavić, V.
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Proceedings title: Knjiga priopćenja znanstvenog skupa Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 179 to 187
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: Paper deals with nitrogen balance that was estimated for Croatian part of the Danube river catchment area for the last pre-war year - 1990. Estimation is founded on the average values of total nitrogen content from 52 measurements at 7 points for measuring the surface waters quality. Nitrogen balance for the contribution from the air is determined according to the EMEP model. Other components of the balance were accounted by mathematical models. Total load of nitrogen for surface waters at Croatian part of the Danube catchment area was estimated to be 33400 t per year. Average contribution of different target groups is: 53% agriculture, 27% industry, 13% population and 7% deposition from the air.
    Keywords: Danube river catchement area, Assessment of load of nitrogen

  68. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: PHENOMENOLOGY OF WATER EROSION IN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Petraš, Josip (89593)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Marušić, Josip (109130)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik znanstvenog skupa "Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama"
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 187 to 211
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: Water erosion is complicated and widespread phenomena, which treatens of natural equilibria and relations in terrestrial as well as aquatic ecosystems of area exposed to erosion. About 90% of the whole area is exposed to soil erosion of different intensity. Although on 70% of the whole area that process is in tolerable limits-has no alarmant level, it is a last time for starting with integral soil conservation. That is a precondition of soil protection and a base of sustainable development of Croatia. There is a presentation of programme of investigation on first objects, where starts systematically monitoring of soil erosion: Daruvar, Butoniga and Varaždin.
    Keywords: Soil erosion by water, Investigation of water erosion

  69. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: PROBLEMS OF WATER PROTECTION IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik radova znanstvenog skupa "Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama2
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 29 to 40
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: Rational soil and water management and protection constitute the key problem of the present and future agricultural production in our country, as well as in the world. In this respect, the natural and economic characteristic of Croatia are quite specific, substantially differing from those of other former socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe with which Croatia is frequently being identified because of similar requirements of transition to the market economy and respecting the principles of the so-called sustainable development. The paper describes the existing experience on water protection in agricultural production, based on research carried out in the framework of the national and international projects, by which are leading or in which are engaged the author. The paper also gives a short presentation of scientific, professional, advisory and legislative problems dealt with in developed European countries, in order to inform our professional circles.
    Keywords: sustainable development, boundary values, international conventions

  70. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: INFLUENCE OF TILLAGE AND FERTILIZING ON ROOT DEVELOPMENT AND YIELD OF VIRGINIA TOBACCO IN NORTHERN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Proceedings title: Proceedings of 13. ISTRO CONFERENCE
    Language: engleski
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 699 to 705
    Meeting: 13. ISTRO Conference
    Summary: Three years investigations were set up on luvisol of Drava river basin in northern Croatia. Effects were studied of the ploughin depth (20,30 and 40 cm) method of tobacco planting (without ridges, autumn ridges and spring ridges) and fertilizing (0-50-150, 20-50-150 and 40-50-150 NPK/ha) upon soil compaction, root development and yields of Virginia tobacco. The highest compaction was recorded on the soil to which shallow ploughing was applied. A significantly higher root mass and a higher yield of tobacco leaves were achieved in the treatment involving a ploughing depth of 40 cm and fertilizing with 40 kg N, 50 kg P2O5 and 150 kg K2O.
    Keywords: Soil compaction and root development, Ridge tillage for tobacco, Fertilizing of tobacco

  71. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: A CONTRIBUTION TO THE ECONOMIC IRRIGATION DESIGN: ŽESTILJE PROJECT IN SLAVONIA

    Authors:
    Tadić, Lidija
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Kadić, Đ.
    Tadić, Z.
    Proceedings title: Održivi razvoj i upravljanje vodama
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Dubrovnik
    Year: 1995
    ISBN/ISSN: 953-96455-1-4
    Pages: from 481 to 486
    Meeting: Hrvatska konferencija o vodama
    Held: from 05/24/95 to 05/27/95
    Summary: The paper analyses and discusses the input hydrological and hydropedological parameters accuracy degree, and the drought risk on the example of the Žestilje Project in Slavonia. The calculation and component analysis in the water balance according to the Cropwat model indicate which components have significant effect on irrigation calculation elements and what risk levels are acceptable. Particular attention is paid to the input precipitations analysis, as the basic hydrological quantity, whose effect of the calculation of the plant water requirements is crucial. The coefficient of variation, Cv, of the monthly precipitations varies between0.38 in June and 0.85 in September. For the precipitation occurence probability of 50-80%, an average increase in irrigation water requirements is 39-42%. The maximum total irrigation requirement of 338 mm is for vegetables, i.e. carrot and parsley. The gross water supply ratio varies between 81 and 443 mm. The Žestilje area in the vicinity of Našice is a good example for ruther analyses and verification of irrigation projects and schedules for the broader Slavonia region.
    Keywords: accuracy degree, soil water balance, drought risk

  72. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: NITRATES, PESTICIDES AND HEAVY METALS IN DRAINED SOILS AND IN THE WATER IN KARAŠICA-VUČICA CATCHEMENT AREA

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Drevenkar, Vlasta
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Karavidović, P.
    Proceedings title: Zbornik sa znanstvenog skupa "Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama"
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 211 to 222
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: During the two-year period of drainage performance monitoring, analysis was made of the nitrates, pesticides, heavy metals and microelements content in drain, ground and surface water, as well as of the concentration of pesticides, herbicides, heavy metals and microelements in drained hydromorphic soils. Masimum values of nitrates in water are 171 mg/l, and maximum concentrations of copper 0,38 mg/l, manganese 0.154 mg/l, zinc 2.85 mg/l, lead 0.26 mg/l, and cadmium 0.02 mg/l. In soils, maximum concentrations of total copper are 26.0 mg/kg, manganese 510 mg/kg, zinc 69 mg/kg, lead 11.2 mg/kg, and cadmium 0.65 mg/kg; the content of physiologically active (mobile) copper is 5.6 mg/kg, manganese 181 mg/kg, zinc 2.0 mg/kg and lead 7.0 mg/kg. Mobile cadmium is found only in traces. Of triazin pesticides, only atrazin <5-20 ng/g, and simazin <10-108 ng/g, have been detected in soil. In all watters, the highest concentrations are those of atrazin, 38.6 ...g/l, while prometrin has not been detected.
    Keywords: control, nitrates, pesticides, heavy metals, soil, water

  73. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: STATUS AND EFFECTS OF PIPE DRAINAGE ON THE TRIAL FIELD KAPELNA IN THE KARAŠICA AND VUČICA CATCHMENT AREA

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Žgur, T.
    Crnčan, I.
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik radova sa znanstvenog skupa "Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama"
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 379 to 390
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: The trial field Kapelna in the catchment area of the Karašica and Vučica rivers, of about 30 ha, includes in the research program three variants of drain spacing, A = 20, B = 40, and C = 10 m, and sub-variants with and without filters and plastic. The drain depths are 0.87 - 1,20 m. Ground water in 1992 and 1993 was most frequently below 0.5 - 1-2 m in the cold, and over 2-4 m in the warm season. The drainage performance was most frequently very poor to poor (hu/ht = 0.5-1.6). Several days drain discharges are mainly considerably less than 1.0 mm/day, and momentary 0.59-8.3 mm/day. The effectiveness of the drain trench is, in some places, poor to good, and in some places there is not effect (0 Keywords: control, ground water, pipe drainage, drain trench, drain discharge, yields

  74. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: KOSINJ HYDROPOWER SYSTEM IMPACT ON AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES IN THE LIPOVO POLJE, LIKA

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Sečen, V.
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Proceedings title: Održivi razvoj i upravljanje vodama
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Dubrovnik
    Year: 1995
    ISBN/ISSN: 953-96455-2-2
    Pages: from 223 to 231
    Meeting: Hrvatska konferencija o vodama
    Held: from 05/24/95 to 05/27/95
    Summary: The Kosinj Hydropower System on the Lika River is a part of the completed Lika-Gacka system. The Lipovo Polje area had been frequently flooded before the system construction. The agricultural production was uncertain and extensive. The Kosinj reservoir construction shall considerably reduce flooding of the Lipovo Polje. The detailed development of 821 ha of agricultural land is planned. The land development measures include construction of canal networks and pipe drainage, agricultural reclamation and irrigation of profitable cultures. The influence of the Kosinj system construction on the agricultural activities in Lipovo Polje has been comprehensively analyzed from the agroecological, hydraulic engineering and agricultural production aspects. The effects of land development and intensive farming are shown through the financial indices. The profit from the plant and husbandry production in Lipovo Polje is KN 4.663.288,00. The loss of profit in Kosinjsko Polje is KN 679.245,00. The project costs are KN 2.136.223,00. The balance or profit is KN 1.847.820,00.
    Keywords: floods, reservoir, drainage, irrigation, agricultural reclamation, land, agriculture

  75. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: SOIL DEGRADATION AND POTENTIAL POLLUTANTS ON CROATIAN COAST AND IN SURROUNDING MONTAINS

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Martinović, Jakob (29041)
    Kvastek, Krešo (25066)
    Bognar, Andrija (4265)
    Proceedings title: Reports and presented documents of the workshop on soil degradation, and deserti
    Language: engleski
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 177 to 188
    Meeting: Chemical Time Bombs Symposium
    Held: from 09/03/92 to 09/09/92
    Other:

  76. Type of paper: Paper in proceedings

    Title: LYSIMETRIC MEASUREMENTS OF WATER DISCHARGE FROM SOIL IN CONDITIONS OF THE AGROECOLOGICAL STATION ZAGREB-MAKSIMIR

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Pospišil, M.
    Proceedings title: Poljoprivreda i gospodarenje vodama
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Bizovačke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 223 to 232
    Meeting: Hrvatska konferencija o vodama
    Held: from 11/17/94 to 11/19/94
    Summary: In the agroecological station Zagreb-Maksimir, lysimetric measurements of water discharge from the soil and of other components of precipitation balance in soil were carried out. In Garnier lysimeters there are alluvial, eutric brown soil, pseudogley and eugley vertic soil 0.6 m deep. During the five-year research period (1990-994) the precipitation, water discharge, water supply and crop yields were analyzed. The annual rainfall is 651-903 mm, annual discharge depending on the variant, is 12.8 to 42.3 percent of the total precipitation. Maximum available water content in the soil, in the 15-25 cm layer 23.0 mm for vertic eugley to 51.6 for pseudogley soil, in the 15-25 cm layer 23.0 mm for vertic eugley to 34.4 mm for pseudogley, and in the 25-60 cm layer 69.3 mm for eutric brown soil to 90.6 mm for alluvial soil. The yields of wheat, soya, rye, vetch, maize, barley and oil rape very a great deal from one variant to another.
    Keywords: lysimeter, discharge, balance, water supply, available soil water, crop yields

  77. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: POSSIBILLITIES OF SOIL CONSERVATION BY MEANS OF DIFFERENT TILLAGE SYSTEMS OF ACRIO FERRALSOL OF THE ETHIPIAN PLATEAU

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Šalinović, I.
    Bašić, I.
    Kellkayyelah, A.
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Proceedings title: Soil Tillage and Agricultural sustainability
    Language: engleski
    Place: Ibadan, Nigerija
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 58 to 60
    Meeting: 12th Conference of International Soil tillage research Organisation
    Held: from 07/08/91 to 07/12/91
    Summary: The four year stationary measuring of erosion on lateriticsoils-ferralsol getting after clearing of jungle of tropical partof Ethiopian highland under leadership of the first author showedthat a soil tillage across of slope reduced soil erosion to only1,12 t/ha/year. That is much under tolerant soil loss from 12t/ha/year. but on no tillage variant the loss was 7,6 t/ha/year,and on variant with tillage up/down of slope was 27 t/ha/year.
    Keywords: Erosion of tropical soils, soil loss tolerant, conservation tillage

  78. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: STRUCTURE OF SOIL COVER IN THE BIOKOVO ENVIRONS

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Franić, Ramona
    Proceedings title: Prirodoslovna istraživanja Biokovskog područja
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Makarska, Hrvatska
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 62 to 0
    Meeting: Kongres - Prirodoslovna istraživanja biokovskog područja
    Held: from 10/11/93 to 10/16/93
    Summary: In the broader area of Makarska, the soil cover was investigatedwith the structure of soil combinations (SC) and elementary soilareals (ESA). The soil map of the area distingnuishes 23 mappingunits mainly constituting complex soil combinations.Karst-suffosion processes, relief features, alluvial-proluvialprocesses, heterogencity of the bedrok, ground water and humaninfluence are the basic factors of formation and distribution ofSC.
    Keywords: Structure soil cover, soil combinations, elementary soil areals, Karst, Biokovo-area

  79. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: SOME ASPECTS OF ANTHROPOGENIC SOIL COMPACTION IN INTENSIVE AGRICULTURAL FIELD EXPLOATATION

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Proceedings title: Sažeci radova XIII savjetovanja o proizvodnji duhana
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Dubrovnik
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 9 to 11
    Meeting: XIII savjetovanje o prozvodnji duhana tipa Virginia i Burley
    Held: from 04/02/91 to 04/04/91
    Summary: There are several reasons for anthropogenic soil compaction inintensive tobacco planting. Still, the following can beconsidered as the dominant causes of compaction: and increasednumber of runs of agricultural machinery and tools, frequently atunfavourable moisture, high axie load and confined croprotations, sometimes even monoproduction, as well as a drop inhumus content. Paper deals with problems of soil compaction on"tobacco soils" in middle Podravina.
    Keywords: Anthropogenic soil degradation, anthropogenic soil compaction in tobacco planting

  80. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: ASSESSMENT OF LAND QUALITY AND EROSION RISK IN THE BROADER AREA OF MAKARSKA

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Kaučić, Dražen (119583)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Proceedings title: Prirodoslovna istraživanja Biokovskog područja
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Makarska, Hrvatska
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 65 to 0
    Meeting: Kongres - Prirodoslovna istraživanja biokovskog područja
    Held: from 10/10/93 to 10/16/93
    Summary: The CORINE program of EEC Countries was applied in the mentionedarea of Makarska, with regard to land quality and soil erosionrisk assessment. Based on the analysis it may be concluded theover 70 percent of the area is subject to very high potential andactual erosion, and less than 30 percent of land of strategicimportance may be assessed as beeing of suitable qualityspecially for agriculture.

  81. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: CORRELATION BETWEEN ENZYIME ACTIVITIES, MICROBIAL POPULATION AND SOME PROPERTIES OF DIFFERENT SOILS

    Authors:
    Sikora, S. (85541)
    Redžepović, Sulejman (40561)
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Proceedings title: Abstracts - Sixth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology
    Language: engleski
    Place: Barcelona, Španjolska
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 26 to 0
    Meeting: Sixth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-6)
    Held: from 09/06/92 to 09/11/92
    Summary: Relations between dehydrogenase activity, proteolytic activity,viable plate counts and physical and chemical properties of 12various soil types were determined. Correlation analysis showedthat dehydrogenase and proteolytic activities were significantlyrelated to humus content as well as to total nitrogen content.Dehydrogenase and proteolytic activities were also positivelycorrelated with total number of microorganisms. Proteolyticactivity was correlated with number of ammonifers (r = 0.74). Nosignificant correlations was observed between dehydrogenase,proteolytic activity and percentage of clay. Significantcorrelation between dehydrogenase and proteolytic activity wasdetermined (r = 0.59).
    Keywords: Dehydrogenase activity, proteolytic activity, viable plate count, correlation analyses

  82. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Tomić, F.
    Mustapić, Z.
    Proceedings title: Proceedings of the Second European Conference on higher Education in Agriculture
    Language: engleski
    Place: Budapest, Hungary
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 61 to 64
    Meeting: The Second European Conference on higher Education in Agriculture: Managing Change in the Food-Chain and Environment

  83. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mihalić, Vladimir (30661)
    Bertić, Blaženka
    Proceedings title: Sažeci skupa HAZU Ynanstveni savjet za poljoprivredu i šumarstvo
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 7 to 8
    Meeting: Poljoprivreda i proizvodnja hrane u novom europskom okruženju

  84. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Language: hrvatski
    Meeting: Znanstveni simpozij Flora i vegetacija Hrvatske u povodu 100-godišnjice rođenja Akademika Ive Pevaleka
    Held: from 05/20/93 to 05/22/93

  85. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: STANDARDISATION OF CROATIAN AGRICULTURE

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Proceedings title: Zbornik sažetaka Tradicionalnog skupa agronoma Hrvatske
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Pula
    Year: 1994
    Meeting: Tradicionalni skup agronoma Hrvatske
    Summary: Up to-date trends in world agriculture is oriented on sustainable agriculture to reach conservation of natural resources, especially that renewable one. In this paper a proposal of standardization of Croatian agriculture and food produced using a standard technology on soils of declared quality has been presented.
    Keywords: sustainable agriculture, food standardisation

  86. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Tomić, M.
    Rukavina, Ž.
    Proceedings title: Proceedings book
    Language: engleski
    Year: 1995
    Meeting: Meeting on: The Soil as a Strategic Resource: Degradation Processes and Conservation Measures

  87. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Bićanić, Vladimir (204754)
    Proceedings title: Sažeci izlaganja XXXI znanstveno-stručnog agronomskog savjetovanja
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Pula
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 8 to 9
    Meeting: XXXI znanstveno-stručno agronomsko savjetovanje

  88. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: ASSESMENT OF EROSION RISK AND LAND QUALITY IN SOUTHERN DALMATIA (CROATIA)

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Kaučić, Dražen (119583)
    Language: engleski
    Year: 1995
    Meeting: Konferencija povodom 35-godišnjice Instituta from soil survey to sustainable farming
    Held: from 10/02/95 to 10/05/95

  89. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Language: hrvatski
    Year: 1995
    Meeting: Simpozij "Nacionalni park Kornati, općina Tisno u Županiji Šibenskoj"
    Held: from 10/02/95 to 10/07/95

  90. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Vukadinović, V.
    Bertić, Blaženka
    Dropulić, Drago (102216)
    Proceedings title: Knjiga sažetaka XXXI agronomskog savjetovanja
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Pula
    Year: 1995
    Pages: from 12
    Meeting: XXXI znanstveno-stručno agronomsko savjetovanje
    Held: from 02/20/95 to 02/24/95

  91. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: INVESTIGATION OF EFFICIENCY OF BIOPOST AND ORGANO IN TOBACO GROWING

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Vuletić, N.
    Berdin, M. (137096)
    Butorac, Jasminka (189662)
    Proceedings title: Sažeci savjetovanja hrvatskih duhanskih djelatnika
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Stubičke Toplice, Hrvatska
    Year: 1994
    ISBN/ISSN: 1330-3732
    Pages: from 22 to 23
    Meeting: XVI savjetovanje hrvatskih duhanskih djelatnika
    Summary: Some aspects of use of organic fertilizers in tobacco growing has been presented. It was estimated a signicant influence of Organo and Biopost on soil properties-structure, permeability and water runoff.
    Keywords: Biopost, Organo, Yield and quality of tobacco

  92. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Proceedings title: Knjiga sažetaka XVI savjetovanja hrvatskih duhanskih djelatnika
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Zagreb
    Year: 1994
    ISBN/ISSN: 1330-3732
    Pages: from 17
    Meeting: XVI savjetovanje hrvatskih duhanskih djelatnika

  93. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Turšić, Ivica (76620)
    Vuletić, N.
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Berdin, M. (137096)
    Language: engleski
    Year: 1995
    Meeting: Five different Crops 36th Tobacco Workers Conference

  94. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title:

    Authors:
    Gagro, M. (12815)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Proceedings title: Working Papers
    Language: engleski
    Year: 1994
    Meeting: Second International Symposium on "Sealing, Crusting, Hardsetting Soils: Productivity and Conservation"

  95. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: THE CONTENT OF HEAVY METALS IN WEED PLANTS IN THE POSAVINA AREA

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    Đumija, Ljubica (57222)
    Language: hrvatski
    Place: Pula
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 246
    Meeting: Peti kongres biologa Hrvatske s međunarodnim sudjelovanjem
    Held: from 10/03/94 to 10/07/94

  96. Type of paper: Summary in proceedings

    Title: MONITORING OF GROUNDWATER AND SOIL MOISTURE REGIME IN AMELIORATED ALKALI SOILS IN SLAVONIA-CROATIA

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Year: 1994
    Meeting: Međunarodna konferencija "Problemi i gospodarenje slanim i alkalnim tlima Europe"
    Summary: The paper discusses the effect of tile drainage and agrotechnical measures on the water regime and overall fertility of alkali soils. In addition to pedochemical andsome hydropedological parameters, in this case the dynamics of groundwater levels, available soil moisture and soil consistency are studied in more detail, as well as the yields achieved for soybean and maize which were grown in the experimental plots in 1992 and 1993.
    Keywords: monitoring, soil moisture, groundwater, salinity, alkalinity, consistency, and crop yields

  97. Type of paper: Ph.D.

    Title: PHASE TRANSITIONS IN MIXTURE OF CATIONIC AND ANIONIC SURFACTANTS
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Author: BUJAN MARIJA
    Language: hrvatski


  98. Type of paper: Ph.D.

    Title:
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Author: KISIĆ IVICA


  99. Type of paper: Ph.D.

    Title:
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Author: MESIĆ MILAN


  100. Type of paper: M.A.

    Title: CHARACTERISTICS OF SOIL COMBINATIONS AND THEIR CAPABILITY IN THE CENTRAL PODRAVINA REGION
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Date of defense: 12/28/92
    Language: hrvatski
    Number of pages: 145
    Summary: The basic task of this project is the analysis Elementary Arealof Soil (EAS) and their genetic and geometrical characteristicsin Soil Combinations (SC) in the Central Podravina Region.Geometric characteristics of EAS: the surface, forms, index offragmentation, grade of difference, symetry, coefficient ofdivision (KD) and inside coefficient of division (iKD) have beenresearched. In the researched area we have also determined thesoil cover (SSC) through some inner properties.
    Keywords: Elementary Areal of Soil (EAS), Soil Combination (SC), Structure of Soil cover (SSC), contents, geometry and bonitet SC


  101. Type of paper: M.A.

    Title: STATIONARY INVESTIGATIONS OF MOISTURE REGIME AND PEDOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HYDROMELIORATED SOILS FOR A PART OF MIDDLE POSAVINA
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Date of defense: 12/22/93
    Language: hrvatski
    Number of pages: 81
    Summary: Soil moisture regime and pedomechanical properties areinvestigated for hydroameliorated soils in Middle Posavina. Theobjectives are to prove functioning and effects of hydro andagroamelioration. The results show that without agrotechnicaloperations subsoiling and mole drainage the detailed drainagesystem have only limited effects.
    Keywords: Detailed drainage, functioning, moisture regime, groundwater, pedomechanical properties


  102. Type of paper: M.A.

    Title:
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Author: SRAKA MARIO


  103. Type of paper: Mentorship

    Title: CHARACETERISTCS OF SOIL COMBINATIONS AND THEIR CAPABILITY IN THE CENTRAL PODRAVINA REGION
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Date of defense: 12/28/92
    Number of pages: 145
    Author: Kisić Ivica
    Degree level: M.A.


  104. Type of paper: Mentorship

    Title: STATIONARY INVESTIGATIONS OF MOISTURE REGIME AND PEDOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HYDRAMELIORATED SOILS FOR A PART OF MIDDLE POSAVINA
    Faculty: Agronomski Zagreb
    Date of defense: 12/22/93
    Number of pages: 81
    Author: Husnjak Stevo
    Degree level: M.A.


  105. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: AGROEKOLOŠKA ISTRAŽIVANJA POLJOPRIVREDNIH TALA UŽEG PODRUČJA CPS MOLVE, STUDIJA NULTOG STANJA

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Vuletić, N.
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Ordering party: INA-Naftaplinu suradnji s Institutom za medicinska istraživanja i medicinu rada
    Institution depot: Zavod za opću proizvodnju bilja Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1991
    Number of pages: 51
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Study comprises the results of research work in possible soilcontamination for the area of the gas station CPS Molve, whichhas a different pollutants emission conditioned by gasexploatation. There where no findings of disturbanceinagroecological system of the area.
    Keywords: Soil contamination, soil protection

  106. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: STUDIJA STANJA POLJOPRIVREDNIH TALA NA PODRUČJU SANACIJE ISPLAČNIH JAMA PLINSKIH BUŠOTINA INA NAFTAPLINA, S PREPORUKOM KORIŠTENJA U PERIODU REKULTIVACIJE

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Ordering party: INA-Naftaplin
    Institution depot: Zavod za opću proizvodnju bilja Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1992
    Number of pages: 49
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Exploitation of oil and gas is connected with waste mud pits forliquid and semiliquid waste from boring holes. This liquid wasteusually comprises hazardous components for the environment. Studyanalyse the quality of sanitation procedure of the waste mud pitsand propose the method of soil recultivation.
    Keywords: Sanitation of the waste mud pits, soil recultivation

  107. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: DANUBE INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY - DRAFT FINAL REPORT, PHASE I, FOR THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Jelavić, V.
    Martinović, Jakob (29041)
    Steinbauer, M.
    Villi, M.
    Ordering party: Urbanistički institut Hrvatske i Hasskoning, Royal Dutch Consulting Engineers and Architects
    Institution depot: Urbanistički institut Hrvatske
    Year: 1993
    Number of pages: 37
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Study is a comprehensive and substantial report on the danubianpart of Croatia. It is the first national review giving aparticular attention to the pollution caused by non pointsources. Agriculture is a singificant diffuse source of pollutionprimary with Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Trace metals. The aim ofthe Study is to predict scenarios for protection of aquaticecosystems.
    Keywords: Danube catchment area, diffuse sources of pollution

  108. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: ZAŠTITA TALA HRVATSKE - INVENTURA STANJA, TRAJNO MOTRENJE I INFORMACIJSKI SUSTAV

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Ostojić, Z.
    Bertić, Blaženka
    Ordering party: Ministarstvo poljoprivrede i šumarstva RH
    Institution depot: Zavod za opću proizvodnju bilja Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1993
    Number of pages: 122
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Study describe actual soil damage in Croatia, give theclassification of the damages and list the recent investigationson that subject. It is recommended to start immediate action insoil protection trough the screening of the present state ofsoils. The next step will be establishing the plots for permanentsoil monitoring, and after that forming the database of soil dataand information system will be implemented.
    Keywords: Classification of soil damages in Croatia, screening of the present state, permanent soil monitoring, information system

  109. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: LAND RESOURCES EVALUATION OF CROATIA, AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Ordering party: Ministarstvo poljoprivrede i šumarstva RH i FAO
    Institution depot: Zavod za opću proizvodnju bilja Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1993
    Number of pages: 41
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Study analyse the current state of soil resources in Croatia.According to the aim of study there are three different regions -Panonian, Mountain and Adriatic with different land use patterns.It is suggested that investment in soil reclamation andprotection of natural soil resources will be necessary. There arealso analysed problems of transforming ownership relationsespecially in the former social sector.
    Keywords: Soil resources in Croatia, transforming of the ownership relations

  110. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: ISTRAŽIVANJE FERTILIZACIJSKE VRIJEDNOSTI SPECIJALNIH PRIRODNIH SUPSTRATA (AGRARVITALA) NA BAZI ZEOLITNOG TUFA

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Filipan, Tugomir
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Ordering party: Agronomski fakultet i Institut za razvoj i međunarodne odnose
    Institution depot: Zavod za opću proizvodnju bilja Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1991
    Number of pages: 50
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: In the field trial it is carried out an investigation of thefertilizing value of Agrarvital which is new special naturalsubstrata containing zeolite tuff. Liming with traditional limematerials such as quicklime and a mixture of soft lithothamnianlimestone and dolomite was only in some variants slightly betterthan the best variants involving Agrarvital. However, withrespect to the four to eight times lower rates of Agrarvitalapplied, the advantage is actually on the side of Agrarvital,which could be ascribed to its most active component - zeolitetuff.
    Keywords: Agrarvital, Zeolite tuff, Liming

  111. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: VALORIZACIJA RAZLIČITIH VAPNENIH MATERIJALA U KALCIFIKACIJI KISELIH TALA BIVŠEG PIK-a VIROVITICA

    Authors:
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Ordering party: PIK Virovitica
    Institution depot: Zavod za opću proizvodnju bilja Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1993
    Number of pages: 43
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: In a field trial set up according to the block method with 20treatments in 4 replications, investigations were carried outabout the efficiencz of the different liming materials. Accordingto the yields of winter wheat and corn the best results indecreasing soil acidity were obtained with soft lithothamnianlimestone.
    Keywords: Liming, Different liming materials

  112. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title: CONTROL AND EFFECTS OF HYDRO AND AGROMELIORATIONS AND SOIL - WATER POLLUTION IN KARAŠICA-VUČICA CATCHMENT AREA

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Ordering party: JVP "Hrvatska vodoprivreda", Radna jedinica Donji Miholjac
    Institution depot: Zavod za pedologiju Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1993
    Number of pages: 96
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Including two experimental and five control fields in Podravinaand Posavina the authors control groundwater fluctuation, draindischarge, soil moisture regime, water quality, nutrition status,some pesticides and crop yields. All pipe drainage sistems are infunction. Agroameliorations are performed only in some places.Unpolluted water as well as water polluted bynitrates, heavymetals and pesticides, is found. The crop yields very from plaseto place.
    Keywords: Pipe drainage, agroamelioration, groundwater, soil moisture, pollution, yields

  113. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Gašpar, I.
    Ordering party: INA-Naftaplin
    Institution depot: Fond stručne dokumentacije Zavoda za OPB Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1994
    Number of pages: 15

  114. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Institution depot: Fond stručne dokumentacije Zavoda za OPB Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1994
    Number of pages: 45

  115. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Tomić, M.
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Institution depot: Fond stručne dokumentacije Zavoda za OPB Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1994

  116. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Jelić-Muck, V.
    Grgić, Z.
    Ordering party: Private farm support services project of FAO-World bank
    Institution depot: Državna uprava za zaštitu okoliša
    Year: 1995

  117. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Filipan, Tugomir
    Prpić, B.
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Cerjan-Stefanović, Š.
    Benc, S.
    Institution depot: Institut fur Entwicklung und internationale Beziehungen, forstwissenschaftliche Fakultat,und Landwirtschaftliche Fakultat
    Year: 1995
    Number of pages: 132

  118. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Filipan, Tugomir
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Institution depot: Landwirtschaftliche Fakultat Zagreb und Institut fur Entwichlung und internationale Verkaltnisse
    Year: 1994
    Number of pages: 79
    Language: njemački

  119. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Ordering party: Institut građevinarstva Hrvatske
    Institution depot: Zavod za pedologiju Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1993
    Number of pages: 18
    Language: hrvatski

  120. Type of paper: Survey/Study

    Title:

    Authors:
    Husnjak, Stevo (43893)
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Ordering party: Institut građevinarstva Hrvatske
    Institution depot: Zavod za pedologiju Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1994
    Number of pages: 35
    Language: hrvatski

  121. Type of paper: Project

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Institution depot: Fond stručne dokumentacije Zavoda za OPB Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1994
    Number of pages: 32

  122. Type of paper: Project

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Institution depot: Fond stručne dokumentacije Zavoda za OPB Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1995
    Number of pages: 53

  123. Type of paper: Project

    Title:

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Filipan, Tugomir
    Prpić, B.
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Cerjan-Stefanović, Š.
    Mutsch, J.
    Institution depot: Universitat Zagreb und Institut fur Entwicklung und internationale Beziehungen Forstwirtschaftliche Fakultat
    Year: 1995

  124. Type of paper: Project

    Title:

    Authors:
    Oluić, Marinko (73073)
    Ordering party: Elektroprojekt-inženjering
    Institution depot: GEOSAT za istraživačko-razvojne usluge
    Year: 1995
    Number of pages: 67

  125. Type of paper: Project

    Title: PEDOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE RUBBISH HEAP "JAKUŠEVAC"

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Sraka, Mario (190433)
    Ordering party: Institut "Ruđer Bošković"
    Institution depot: Zavod za pedologiju Agronomskog fakulteta
    Year: 1995
    Number of pages: 35

  126. Type of paper: TV broadcast

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    TV station: Hrvatska televizija
    Name of emission (broadcast): Obrazovni program HTV
    Year: 1995

  127. Type of paper: TV broadcast

    Title:

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)
    TV station: Hrvatska televizija
    Name of emission (broadcast): ČUDESNI SVIJET PRIRODE
    Year: 1994

  128. Type of paper: TV broadcast

    Title:

    Authors:
    Nestroy, O.
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Sabolić, Mijo (94170)
    TV station: Austrijska televizija ORF
    Year: 1995
    Other: Emisija snimljena na području Daruvara, na lokalitetu na kojem se vrši trajno motrenje erozije tla na pseudogleju ovoga dijela Hrvatske u režiji Steiermarkische Fernsehen iz Graza. Emisija je prikazana u svim zemljama RZ Alpe i Alpe-Jadran, kao i na prvom programu HTV.

  129. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title: ACTUAL PROBLEM OF AGRICULTURAL SOILS PROTECTION IN CROATIA

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: Paper analzsed problems of soil degradation as very importantnatural resource. Protection of soils is one of basic conditionsfor sustainable development, especially in the agriculturalproduction. It is strongly recommended to take in theconsideration the need of organised actions in soilprotection.
    Keywords: Soil as unrenewable resource, soil damage, soil protection

  130. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title: PEDOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF KRIŽEVCI DISTRICT - Scientific meeting "Križevci in the past and present"

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper presents basic characteristic of pedological conditionsin Križevci district. According to the Soil map of Croatia it isdescribed the genesis, as well as the distribution andcharacteristics of predominant soil types of the area. Kalnikmountain has soil units developed on limestone, dolomitelimestone and on Tertiary sediments, but in the lower parts ofthe province there are represented soil units with differentgleyc horizons.
    Keywords: Soil map of Croatia, soils of Kalnik mountain

  131. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title: POVIJESNO RASKRIŽJE HRVATSKOG AGRARA

    Authors:
    Mihalić, Vladimir (30661)
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper describe and analyse last decades of agriculturaldevelopment in Croatia. There were some improvement inagrotechnology which raised the production, but many problemsstill exist. The author underline problems of chroppedplough-fields and conclude that in the near future will be neededactions according to rational soil use as well as the actions insoil protection.
    Keywords: Agricultural development, Relations in soil properties, soil protection

  132. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title: AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT IN CROATIA - Preliminary country statementTHE SECOND SESION OF FA/ECE WORKING PARTY ON RELATIONS BETWEEN AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT, Geneva, 1993.

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Bićanić, Vladimir (204754)
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Agriculture and forestry, together with the sea and naturalbeauties of coastal regions and numerous islands present thegreatest wealth of the Republic of Croatia, which has to berationally used and preserved for the future generations. Theinherited state of agriculture in Croatia is characterized byhuge disproportions between the so-called social and privateproduction sector. the private farmers production was neglected,although the private farmers owned approximately 80% of thearable land and over 90% of livestock. Out of this reason, inmany regions there came to desertion of the estates, and themigration of the young population. Despite all of these failuresand problems, and the most recent war damages, the Croatian ruralarea has kept its vitality, customs, and maybe most important ofall, its working habits.

  133. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title: PROPOSAL OF SOIL CONSERVATION IN UPPER PART OF ILOVA RIVER. "Soil Erosion prevention and Remediation" - Workshop, US-Central and Eastern European Agro Environmental Program, Budimpešta,1992.

    Authors:
    Sabolić, Mijo (94170)
    Language: engleski
    Summary: The paper deals with soil erosion problems in upper part of Ilovariver catchement. The main soil units are Luvisols and pseudogleysoils on loess and conditions are favourable for water erosion.In the area there are many fish-ponds - Končanica, PakračkaPoljana, Kaniška Iva etc. The silt deposit comprise a certainquantities of agrochemicals what is a great hazard forfish-ponds. It is concluded that soil conservation measures arevery important for this area.
    Keywords: Erosion, erosion drift, conservation measures on Pseudogley

  134. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title: THE SOIL MONITORING IN CROATIA. Worshop presentation on Harmonization of Soil Conservation Monitoring Systems, Budapest, 1993.

    Authors:
    Vidaček, Željko (87405)
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Grbavac, Vitomir (99366)
    Bogunović, Matko (4300)
    Language: engleski
    Summary: The Republic of Croatia has not yet organized the soilconservation Monitoring system nor the national Soil InformationSystem. However, by establishing of the Information System onEnvironment in Croatia, as well as international activities inthe framework of Regional Working Association Alps-Adria andDanube River countries, we also expect implementation of the soilmonitoring Programme in Croatia.
    Keywords: Soil, conservation, monitoring systems

  135. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Language: engleski
    Summary: According of current trends in world agriculture and "proecological" orientation of Croatian economy in post-war period this paper presents a analyse of possibilities of sustainable agriculture in Croatia. there is a suggestion to accept a crop rotation for definition of temporal criteria, but a catchement area for definition of spatial criteria of sustainability of agriculture. One of precondition of affirmation of sustainable agriculture is a integration of animal and plant production, what is possible to reach in a family farm as the basic unit of agriculture. Agroecological sciences need to make up a agroecological analyse-regionalisation of agriculture for each of agricultural region-subregion to create and investigate alternatives of modern agricultural practices in agriculture. Clean soil and soil conservation is a important precondition of affirmation of sustainable agriculture in Croatia. Sustainable agriculture is defined as "High knowledge agriculture" instead of up to-date "High input agriculture".
    Keywords: Sustainable agriculture, Temporal and spatial criteria of sustainable, High knowledge agriculture

  136. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)

  137. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Economic recovery and development in the post-war period, on cross of historical development seem promising for Croatia in the context of the concept of sustainable development - "pro-ecological" orientation. Natural-agroecological resoruces of Croatia are very suitable for very wide and different structure of agriculture. On relatively small area of Republic of Croatia interweave the influence of more climatic types of Europe. Under a very heterogenous geological, geolitological and phytocenological influence there are formed many soil types of very different physical, chemical andbiological properties - a real natural museum of European soil types. The heterogeneity of climate, relief and soil types opens very wide possibilities of crop selection - from arable and industrial crops to viticulture, Mediterranean and continental fruit growing. There are three mean agricultural region: Pannonian and Mountain in continental part, and Mediterranean region on Adria cost and islands. Within that regions there are nine subregions with some specific agroecological conditions. The primarily task of agriculture is the change and adaptation to actual changes and needs in a direction ensuring a sustainable and environmentally compatible use of renewable resources, especially soil and water - a kind of "alliance" of nature and farming practices. There are plans in Croatia to establish a special, internationally recognisable food assortment of guaranteed quality, to satisfy even the most demanding touristic clients: Standard (Cro-stand), Nostalgic (Cro-nost), Ecologically controlled (Cro-eco), Bio-dynamic (Cro-bio) and Baby (Cro-baby) food.
    Keywords: Agricultural region of Croatia, food standardisation

  138. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Tomić, F.
    Language: engleski
    Summary: Integral soil conservation is the keyissue of the economic recovery and post-war development of Croatia. Croatia participated in the creation of the approach to organised and integral soil protection within the Alps, Alps-Adria and the Danube River regional associations of its geographical neighbourhood and of similar economic aspirations, which includes: Inventorying of soil condition, Soil monitoring and Soil information system. Classification of soil damages based on the degree (reversible, conditionally reversible, non-reversible or irreparable), kind (intensive agriculture, pollution, removal and overlapping, and change of land use), process and consequences of soil damage is the basis for soil inventorying and soil monitoring in Croatia. Though there is no uniform standardisation in Europe, there is tacit agreement that the following substances should be brought under soil monitoring: pesticides (chlorinated hydrocarbons, organic phosphates and carbamates), polychlorinated biphenyl), heavy metals and potentially toxic elements (Cd, Hg, Pb, Mo, As, Co, Ni, Cu, Cr, Zn, Mn, Ag, V, Al, Sb, Se and Sn), nitrates and nitrites.
    Keywords: Classification of soil damages, Inventorying of soil condition, Soil monitoring, Information system of soil

  139. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Bićanić, Vladimir (204754)
    Bertić, Blaženka
    Igrc-Barčić, J.

  140. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Filipan, Tugomir
    Cerjan-Stefanović, Š.
    Butorac, Jasminka (189662)

  141. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Janeš, Z.

  142. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Butorac, Anđelko (6361)
    Filipan, Tugomir
    Bašić, Ferdo (2432)
    Mesić, Milan (139451)
    Kisić, Ivica (174323)
    Benc, S.

  143. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Hulina, Nada (16781)

  144. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title: PROGRAM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN CROATIA - SUPPLEMENT OT THE PRELIMINARY COUNTRY STATEMENT

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Bićanić, Vladimir (204754)
    Aljinović, S.
    Language: engleski
    Other: Podnijeto na 3. zasjedanju FAO/ECE Radne grupe za odnose poljoprivrede i okoliša, Ženeva 1994., 4 str. teksta.

  145. Type of paper: Manuscript

    Title:

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Other: Podnijeto na 15. sastanku radne grupe za znanstvenu i tehnološku suradnju RZ Alpe-Jadran održanom u Brdu nedaleko Kranja, Slovenija, 1994, 3 str. teksta.

  146. Type of paper: Invited lecture

    Title:
    Institution: Odbor za geokemiju HAZU
    Year: 1994


  147. Type of paper: Invited lecture

    Title:
    Year: 1994


  148. Type of paper: Invited lecture

    Title:
    Year: 1994


  149. Type of paper: Invited lecture

    Title:
    Institution: Kulturno informacijski centar
    Year: 1995


  150. Type of paper: Invited lecture

    Title:
    Year: 1994


  151. Type of paper: Invited lecture

    Title:
    Year: 1995


  152. Type of paper: Other

    Title:

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Peršurić, Đ.
    Language: engleski
    Other: Prvi radni sastanak suradnika na projektu: Protuerozijska zaštita tla i voda u Istri i susjednim područjima Italije i Slovenije - Pilot projekt Butoniga

  153. Type of paper: Other

    Title:

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)

  154. Type of paper: Other

    Title:

    Authors:
    Racz, Zoltan (39461)
    Other: Projekt pod naslovom "Onečišćenje podzemnih i površinskih voda nitratima, teškim metalima i pesticidima, perkolacijom s poljoprivrednih površina /"Pollution of Ground and Surface Water by Nitrates, Heavy Metals and Pesticides through percolation from Agricultural Areas"/ prihvaćen je na 3. zasjedanju FAO/ECE Radne grupe za odnose poljoprivrede i okoliša koji je održan u jesen 1994. godine u Ženevi (FAO7ECE/AGRI/WP.4/R.14/Add.2, and WP 4/6 Item 7, No. 56). Projekt je prvi puta predložen na 2. zasjedanju spomenute Radne grupe 1993. godine u Ženevi. Nakon toga je izložen i konačno formuliran na 5. sastanku Radne grupe za prevenciju i kontrolu onečišćenja voda od gnojiva i pesticida, održanom ljeti 1994. godine u Berlinu. Na temelju njihove preporuke, kasnije su predloženi projekt i program rada sastanka u Zagrebu prihvatili na 8. zasjedanju ECE Radne grupe za probleme voda, koji je održan početkom 1995. godine u Ženevi (Minutes of the Fifth Meeding and CEP/WP.1/CRP.1/Add.3). Radni sastanak pod naslovom "Onečišćenje i zaštita voda u poljoprivrednoj praksi" /"Workshop on Water Pollution and Protection in Agricultural Practice"/, trebao se održati od 23-27. listopada 1995. godine u Zagrebu, ali je zbog političkih okolnosti i sigurnosne situacije odložen za 20-24. svibnja 1996. godine. Sastanak organizira Ministarstvo poljoprivrede i šumarstva RH u suradnji s UN/ECE i FAO. Nacionalni pokrovitelji su pored Ministarstva poljoprivrede još i Ministarstvo znanosti i tehnologije, Državna uprava za vode, Državna uprava za zaštitu okoliša i Razred za prirodne znanosti HAZU. U pripremi znanstveno-stručnog programa sudjeluju Agronomski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu i JVP "Hrvatska vodoprivreda". Pripreme su u tijeku. Do kraja 1995. godine štampat će se prvi dio prispjelih domaćih i inozemnih referata u znanstvenom časopisu "Hrvatske vode" na engleskom jeziku i sažecima na hrvatskom i njemačkom.


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