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The conducted research that involved the assessment of the census size of the black poplar population on The Great War Island, its viability and health status, levels of genetic diversity and recent changes in population served as the basis for defining the measures of in situ conservation of the available gene pool. A network of in situ conservation habitats, labeled A, B and C, were formed. The area of conservation habitat A is 27.90 ha and includes 455 individual trees of black poplar. Conservation habitat B spreads over an area of 7.84 ha and includes 192 individual trees of black poplar. Conservation site C spreads over an area of 21.25 ha and includes 260 individual trees of black poplar. Potential new areas suitable for natural regeneration have been identified in the vicinity of the conservation habitats. Their total area amounts to 16.50 ha and they are surrounded by reproductively mature black poplar trees and thus, seeds can easily be transferred to these areas. The suggested measures of in situ conservation are aimed at the maintenance and conservation of existing black poplar population in the area of Great War Island.
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Maksimović, Zoran, and Mirjana Šijačić-Nikolić. “In Situ Conservation of Black Poplar (Populus Nigra L.) Gene Pool in the Protected Area "Great War Island"”. REFORESTA0, no. 2 (December 26, 2016): 39-49. Accessed January 21, 2021. https://journal.reforestationchallenges.org/index.php/REFOR/article/view/26.
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