EFFECT OF HABITAT FOR FLORISTIC COMPOSITION, VALUE IN USE NATURAL VALUES AND GREEN LAND LOCATED ON LAKE MIEDWIE
Teodor Kitczak 1  
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Edward Meller 1  
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Henryk Czyż 1  
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Katedra Gleboznawstwa, Łąkarstwa i Chemii Środowiska, Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie, ul. Słowackiego 17, 71-434 Szczecin
Publication date: 2014-10-17
 
Inż. Ekolog. 2014; 38:60–69
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The study was conducted in 2007–2009 on grassland, representing an area in the vicinity of Lake Miedwie, in Ryszewo. The study included grassland located on different humidity soils: mursh-gley soil (3 research facilities), muck soil and delluvial typical phaeozem. These soils are different, apart from moisture, especially organic matter content in the surface level, significantly higher amounts of soil are characterized by mursh (mursh-gley soil). At the divisional areas were taken at harvest time I try to plant conditioner for sward floristic studies carried out by botanical and weight. Utility value of the sward individual communities based on the number of use-value (Lev), and natural values by the number of valorisation (LWP). Diverse habitat conditions in the analyzed area had a significant impact on the character of the vegetation, namely – on the soil delluvial typical phaeozem shaped type of plant communities of Arrhenatherum elatius and Festuca pratensis, on the muck soil under high moisture stood Festuca rubra and Poa trivialis, on soil morsh-gley soil under the lower level of the ground water (74–78 cm) communities Alopecurus pratesis and Phalaris arundinacea und Alopecurus pratesis and Festuca rubra. The highest soil moisture conditions (63 cm) on morsh-gley soil stood Phragmites australis and Phalaris arindinacea. The research found that plant communities with higher utility value of the sward characterized by a lower value of nature. The biggest differences between the utilitarian and natural sward occurred on the hay meadows in agricultural use, I, II and V of the object.