1. Zoran Galić, University of Novi Sad - Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment, Antona Cehova, 13, 21000 Nov, Serbia
In management unit „Muzljanski rit“ pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) is the third most common tree species. Pedunculate oak in MU „Muzljanski rit“ cover 123,58 ha, what is the 9,26 % of total area of management unit. Pedunculate oak stands are mostly appearing on meadow black soil and humogley (riparian black soil) with total area of 103,26 ha (83,55%).
The total area of pedunculate oak stands were detected in I and II age class. Pedunculate oak stand volume on riparian black soil in II age class was average 183 m3ha-1, and on meadow black soil 79 m3ha-1 and on stands with two or more soils 72 m3ha-1.
Pedunculate oak stands on the two or more soil systematic units in a section larger than 1 hectare are detected on 20,32 ha (83,55%). The separation would enable optimization of the soil use. On the MU surface differentiation of eugley soils to α, β and β/γ gley would be carried out. A special category would be represented in humogley.
pedunculate oak; Muzljanski rit; soils