Acta Univ. Agric. Silvic. Mendelianae Brun. 2011, 59, 209-216

https://doi.org/10.11118/actaun201159050209
Published online 2014-03-23

The evaluation of forest small-scale specially protected areas and their buffer zones in examples of the region Tišnov, Czech Republic

Kateřina Rebrošová, Markéta Honzová

Ústav tvorby a ochrany krajiny, Mendelova univerzita v Brně, Zemědělská 1, 613 00 Brno, Česká republika

This study evaluates the eight forest small-scale specially protected areas (nature reserves: Babí lom, Břenčák, Krnovec, Slunná, Sokolí skála, and Nature monuments: Březina, Květnice, Zlobice) of the total area of 382 ha of the region Tišnov. The evaluation used two methodologies and results of were compared. From the outcomes obtained show that almost all the territories are in good (50%) or moderate (37.5%) status and quality of care is good in most cases (75%). The highest degree of care achieves is in a nature reserve Břenčák, which is generally excellent. The lowest recorded level of care, average, is in a natural monument Slunná. The poor condition or unsatisfactory of care were not found. Of the total area of protected areas and their areas of buffer zones is an average 24% affected by negative events. The most common reason for this effect is a landscape managed by intensive agriculture. Among the most invasive species belongs to Impatiens parviflora DC.; Impatiens glandulifera Royle. These are forming a continuous herb stand. In the trees stand is the most occurrences from invasive species Robinia pseudoacacia L. After comparing the summary results of the two methodologies can be concluded that the findings of both evaluate are very similar. The best current state is in natural reserve Břenčák and the worst state is in natural monument Květnice. Methodologies are different from each other. The methods for evaluate of forest small-scale protected areas were tested as suitable. One method, but should be somewhat modified.

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