The Method Of Calculating The Amount Of Loss Or Damage Caused It Forests

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55/1999 Sb.



The DECREE



The Ministry of agriculture



of 15 July. March 1999



on how to calculate the amount of the loss or damage caused to forests



The Ministry of agriculture, in agreement with the Ministry of Finance shall determine in accordance with

§ 21. 4 of law no 289/1995 Coll., on forests and on the amendment and supplement

Some laws (forest law):



PART THE FIRST



INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Ordinance shall determine the method of calculating the amount of loss or damage (hereinafter referred to as

"shame"), that arise



and on the forest land) as a result of



1. permanent withdrawal or permanent limitation of the performance of wood

forest (hereinafter referred to as the "production function"),



2. the suspension or temporary restrictions on the performance of the production function,



3. sustained damage to the implementation of the production function,



4. the temporary damage to the implementation of the production function,



(b)) to the foliage as a result of



1. the destruction of forest cover,



2. early the forest cover,



3. reduce the increment of forest cover,



4. reduce the production of forest cover,



5. reduction of the quality of forest cover,



6. theft of wood standing timber,



(c)) from the emergency measures for the more demanding and cost management in

the forests.



(2) the Ordinance does not apply to the calculation of the amount of damage to objects and

establishments serving forestry.



(3) the amount of the damages to the products with the exception of wood, on the Christmas trees from

Plantation Christmas trees on plantations of material of forest tree species,

the stands of seed plantation and their production, produced

raw wood assortments, etc. It is found under the Special

^ 1 of the code.)



§ 2



(1) the total damage is calculated as the sum of the individual damage.



(2) the amount of the individual claims for the purposes of this Ordinance be obtained using the

the following formula, and the result is rounded to the whole of the Crown up.



(3) the Tabular values of forest cover in the age and (hereinafter referred to as "Thlpa") for

the purpose of this order is for the zakmenění 1.0 by groups of forest tree species,

bonito and the age of the vegetation found in annex 1. The value of the forest cover

in the age and (hereinafter referred to as "the Hlpa) in each of the samples shall be calculated

by multiplying the value of the current Thlpa zakmenění forest cover,

If necessary, adjust the surcharge and rainfall according to annex No 2

justification and multiplied by the area of tree species in the group to which the m2

damage occurred.



(4) the individual forest species are grouped into defined groups of tree species

in accordance with annex 3.



(5) the information about the files of forest types, representation of tree species in the forest

(growing group), their age, the bonitách and the zakmenění is determined from the

the economic plan of the forest or forest economic outline ^ 2) or from

regional plans of forest development ^ 3) and verify, where appropriate, adjusted in accordance with

the actual state.



(6) Obmýtí, takes over from the economic plan of the forest or woodland

the economic outline. ^ 2) if the actual age of a group of trees in the stand

(growing group) or higher than the maximum obmýtí obmýtí group

species listed in annex 3, the maximum value of this

Annex.



PART THE SECOND



CALCULATION OF THE AMOUNT OF DAMAGES



Title 1



CALCULATION OF THE AMOUNT OF DAMAGE TO FOREST LAND



§ 3



Damage from permanent withdrawal or permanent limitation of the performance of production function

Damage from permanent withdrawal or permanent limitation of the performance of the production

function is a lump-sum calculated according to the formula



r. (1-K)

S1 = -------------- ,

0.02



where

S1 = damage from permanent withdrawal or permanent limitation of performance

production function,

r = total adjusted potential annuity of the forest, which is

as the weighted arithmetic average of the finds, in accordance with the revised

potential rent from the Woods across the Board of prevailing files

forest types in the lowest used drive space

the distribution of forest, listed for each forest

types in annex No 4,

To = coefficient range limit, which is determined as a percentage of

the limited performance of the production forest functions and the usual performance

the production features of the forest.



§ 4



Shame of suspension or temporary restrictions on production function

Shame of suspension or temporary restrictions on the performance of the production

the function is calculated by the formula



S2 = r. (1-K),



where

S2 = annual damage of suspension or temporary restrictions

implementation of the production function,

r = total adjusted potential annuity of the forest, which is

as the weighted arithmetic average of the finds, in accordance with the revised

potential rent from the Woods across the Board of prevailing files

forest types in the lowest used drive space

the distribution of forest, listed for each forest

types in annex No 4,

To = coefficient range limit, which is determined as a percentage of

the limited performance of the production forest functions and the usual performance

the production features of the forest.



§ 5



Damage from sustained damage to the implementation of the production function

Damage from sustained damage to the performance of the production function

a lump-sum calculated according to the formula



r r

SLT1-SLT2

S3 = ---------------- ,

0.02



where

S3 = damage from sustained damage to the implementation of the production function,



r

SLT1 = total adjusted annuity from the forest for potential

the original forest types file, which is found as

weighted arithmetic mean by modified

potential rent from the forest to the original across the Board

the predominant forest types of files used in the lowest

drive the 3-d distribution of forest, referred to

the individual files of the forest types in annex No 4,



r

SLT2 = total adjusted annuity from the forest for potential

the modified file types, forest finds, as

weighted arithmetic mean by modified

potential rent of forest changed across the Board

the predominant forest types of files used in the lowest

drive the 3-d distribution of forest, referred to

individual files of forest types in the annex No. 4.



§ 6



The damage from the temporary damage to the implementation of the production function

The damage from the temporary damage to the implementation of the production function is calculated

According to the formula



S4 = r-r

SLT1 SLT2,



where

S4 = annual damage of the temporary damage to the performance of the production

function,

r

SLT1 = total adjusted annuity from the forest for potential

the original forest types file, which is found as

weighted arithmetic mean by modified

potential rent from the forest to the original across the Board

the predominant forest types of files used in the lowest

drive the 3-d distribution of forest, referred to

the individual files of the forest types in annex No 4,



r

SLT2 = total adjusted annuity from the forest for potential

temporarily modified file types, forest finds

as the weighted arithmetic mean by modified

potential rent temporarily from the Woods across the Board

the predominant forest types of files used in the lowest

drive the 3-d distribution of forest, referred to

individual files of forest types in the annex No. 4.



Title 2



CALCULATION OF THE AMOUNT OF DAMAGE TO THE FOREST STAND



section 7 of the



The damage from the early woodland

The damage from the early woodland with a lump sum

calculated according to the formula



S5 = Hlpa. MN/100,



where

S5 = pity from the early woodland,

Hlpa = the value of the forest cover in the early

forest cover,

MN = percentage mýtní immaturity, whose value is found

in accordance with annex 5.



§ 8



The damage of the destruction of forest cover



(1) the damage from the destruction of the forest cover is a lump-sum calculated according to the

formula



S6 = Hlpa-Aa,



where

S6 = damage of the destruction of forest cover,

Hlpa = value of forest from destruction,

AA = the value of the mýtní výtěže, which is equal to the difference between the

income from the sale of timber and the full costs

on the extraction and gathering of wood from the destroyed forest

crop, calculated according to the formula

Aa = Hm. (Cs-Tn)

where

HM = volume of wood by species

and assortments in m3,

CS = price of raw wood on the odvozním place in the Usd/m3,

determined in accordance with a special regulation, ^ 4)

TN = economically spent a full custom cost of extraction

and gathering firewood after logging a place in KC/m3.



(2) in calculating the damages referred to in paragraph 1, the damage from the early

forest cover according to § 7 separately, not calculated.



§ 9



The damage from the reduction of increment of forest cover



(1) the damage from the reduction of forest stands to the increment for age 5 years

including is calculated according to the formula



S 7.1.1 = Z. (1-K1)



where

With annual damage of 7.1.1 = reduction of the increment for the forest to

age 5 years,

From = value of the annual increment by groups of species, referred to

in annex 6,

K1 = a coefficient expressing the ratio of increment of the damaged

and a healthy forest cover.



(2) Damage from reduction of increment of forest cover over age 5 years

calculated according to the formula

With 7.1.2 = (Hlpa + 1-Hlpa). (1-K1)



where

With 7.1.2 = annual increment of forest damage after-I grow in

over 5 years of age,

Hlpa + 1 = value of the undamaged forest cover in the following
a year after damage (without application of precipitation by degrees

damage) determined in accordance with Annex 1,

Hlpa = the value of undamaged forest cover in damage

(without application of the deductions according to the degrees of damage)

According to annex No 1,

K1 = a coefficient expressing the ratio of increment of the damaged

and a healthy forest cover.



(3) for the damage caused by the emission of the coefficient K1 given by zones

ohrožení5) and degrees of damage in annex 7. In the case of the calculation of the amount of the

For more of the forest stands is possible to do so, that creates a

the files of the forest stands by groups of forest tree species, zones of risk and

degrees of damage. For files created in this forest will

the arithmetic mean of the weighted average is calculated flat bonita

zakmenění, age, etc.



(4) the damage from the reduction of forest cover due to the increment in the animal okusu

or farm animals shall be calculated according to the formula

With 7.2 = Z. K2. Np/N,



where

With 7.2 = annual increment of forest damage after-I grow

as a result of animal okusu or farm animals,

From = value of the annual increment by groups of species listed

in annex 6,

K2 = a coefficient expressing the degree of damage by degrees

damage, whose value shall be determined in accordance with Annex 8,

NP = number of damaged seedlings, with a maximum of 1, 3 times

the minimum number of ^ 6)

N = the number of individuals, up to a maximum of 1, 1.3 multiple

the minimum number of. ^ 6)



§ 10



The damage from the reduction of the production of forest cover



(1) the damage from the reduction of the production of forest cover as a result of the confusion species

shall be calculated according to the formula

S8 = Hlpu1/u1/u2-Hlpu2,



where

S8 = annual damage of production reduction of forest cover

as a result of confusion,

Hlpu1/u1 = the value of the average increment of forest removal

stand with the target species composition (without the application of the

the rainfall),

Hlpu2/u2 = the value of the average increment of forest removal

the current crop of (select or spare)

the composition of tree species (without application of precipitation).



(2) the deduction can be applied only in the case of low forest.



§ 11



The damage from the reduction of quality of forest cover



(1) the damage from the reduction of quality of forest cover caused by mechanical

damage by wildlife and TNE or as firewood, etc. with

apply for obmýtí only once on each individual tree and calculates the

According to the formula

1

With 9.1 = Hlpu. K3. --------- . Np/N,

^ 1.02 n



where

With 9.1 = from the reduction of damage the quality of forest cover caused by the

mechanical damage by peeling and TNE game or

as firewood, etc.

Hlpu = the value of the forest cover in the age determined in accordance with

Annex No 1 reduced the estimated zakmeněním in

the age of u,

K3 = coefficient referred to in annex No 9,

n = obmýtí u minus the age of the crop, and at the time of the damage,

NP = number of damaged trees,

N = the number of trees in total.



(2) the damage from the reduction of quality of forest cover caused by mechanical

damage by wildlife and TNE or as firewood, etc. with

calculated, provided that a continuous surface of the mechanical damage is

more than 25 cm2 or damage exceeds 10% of the circumference of the stem. In the case of damage

caused by mechanical damage of trees, with the exception of damage to wildlife in the

If proven effective treatment corresponding to the product reduced

the damage of up to 30%.



(3) the harm from the reduction of quality of forest cover caused by damage

trees by fire, the operation of firing ranges, emission, etc. shall be calculated according to the

formula

With 9.2 = Hlpa. (1-Pc)



where

With 9.2 = from the reduction of damage the quality of forest cover caused by the

damage to the trees by fire, the operation of firing ranges, the emission

etc.,

Hlpa = the value of the forest cover in damage,

KS = a coefficient which shall be determined as the quotient of the completed

and the usual monetization in a time and place of the damage.



§ 12



Shame on the stands of forest economic method výběrného



In the stands of forest economic way of výběrného or in the stands

the close economic výběrnému the method of damage shall be based on

classification of forest cover in the age groups under the front in this

the Decree specified ways.



section 13



Damage caused by the theft of wood timber



Damage caused by the theft of wood timber shall be calculated as a lump sum

According to each species according to the formula

S10 = Aa,



where

S10 = damage caused by theft of wood standing timber,

AA = value mýtní výtěže stolen wood mass calculated

in the manner referred to in section 7 (2). 1.



Title 3



CALCULATION OF THE AMOUNT OF THE DAMAGE AND COST OF EMERGENCY MEASURES TO THE MORE DEMANDING



§ 14



The damage from the more demanding or cost measures



(1) the damage from the emergency measures shall be calculated as a lump sum according to the formula

With 6.9 = Km,



where

With damage from 6.9 = emergency measures,

Km = economically justified full costs

the emergency measures.



(2) Damage cost of more ambitious measures shall be calculated as a lump sum

According to the formula

With 7.0 = Kz-Ko,



where

With the damage cost of 11.2 = more stringent measures,

KZ = economically justified full costs

cost-demanding measures,

Ko = economically justified full costs usually

way of farming.



(3) the emergency measures are in particular forced amelioration (drainage,

irrigate, fertilize), revitalizing the measures (sprays), erosion control

measures, the reconstruction of the replacement of damaged crops, making available

stands, the construction of alternative communications, Babysitting and vyklizování

Hopefully, the activities in the long term to ensure a culture of

caused by for example. being bitten and emission. Here also belong the costs necessary

to determine the amount of damages, for example. the costs of monitoring, biomonitoring, or

expert opinions.



(4) the Cost of more difficult measures are in particular mining stands along the

the power lines, electrified railways.



PART THE THIRD



FINAL PROVISIONS



§ 15



Cancellation provisions



Repealed the Decree No 81/1996 Coll. on the method of calculating the amount of the injury or

damage caused to the production functions of the forest.



section 16 of the



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of publication.



Minister:



Ing. Fencl in r.



Annex 1



Table values of forest cover in the zakmenění 1.0 Thlpa by groups

forest tree species, bonito and the age of the vegetation in CZK/m2

and Tabular value) forest cover Thlpa by groups of forest

wood for 1 to 5 years of age, regardless of creditworthiness is listed in the

Table No. 1



Table No. 1



------------------------------------------------------------------

The age of the stand

Skupina dřevin -------------------------------------------------

1. year 2. year 3. year 4. year 5. year

------------------------------------------------------------------

Spruce 8.56 10.26 11.02 11.76 12.46

------------------------------------------------------------------

FIR 15.93 17.58 18.40 20.24 21.23

------------------------------------------------------------------

Pine 11.44 14.17 15.68 16.77 16.94

------------------------------------------------------------------

Larch 11.64 13.12 14.74 15.27 15.49

------------------------------------------------------------------

Douglas 24.01 25.57 27.02 28.65 27.90

------------------------------------------------------------------

Oak 18.03 21.24 22.64 24.70 26.76

------------------------------------------------------------------

Beech 16.23 19.54 20.65 22.32 23.39

------------------------------------------------------------------

Ash 11.10 14.66 16.26 17.86 17.96

------------------------------------------------------------------

Birch 3.00 3.26 3.44 3.61 3.77

------------------------------------------------------------------

Acacia 2.40 2.76 2.98 3.03 3.06

------------------------------------------------------------------

Alder 2.90 3.37 3.49 3.57 3.60

------------------------------------------------------------------

Aspen 2.70 2.94 3.06 3.16 3.20

------------------------------------------------------------------

Poplar 1.70 1.76 2.00 2.10 2.18

------------------------------------------------------------------



(b) the Tabular value) forest cover Thlpa by groups of forest

tree species for the age of 5 years up to a maximum obmýtí with

found using the formula:



Thlpa = P0 + P1 * and + P2 and P3 * ^ 2 + a ^ 3



Where



Thlpa-tabular value of forest cover in the age and the calculated

to 4 decimal places

and-the age of the stand

P0-P3-the coefficients of a polynomial according to the groups of forest tree species and bonito

listed in tables no. 2-14



A group of tree species: Spruce Table No 2



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 15.1859900 0.2292713 0.0086036-0.0000434

------------------------------------------------------------------
2 14.5896700 0.2228879 0.0068016-0.0000330

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 14.0127100 0.2298994 0.0051201-0.0000244

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 13.1566400 0.2197686 0.0038239-0.0000184

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 12.5804200 0.2091382 0.0024434-0.0000115

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 12.8607000 0.1104994 0.0034889-0.0000179

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 12.7313200 0.0723704 0.0029070-0.0000147

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 12.7861800 0.0793959 0.0017100-0.0000086

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 12.6888900 0.0747990 0.0009798-0.0000054

------------------------------------------------------------------



Group tree: Fir Table No 3



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 22.0383500 0.4384430 0.0051026-0.0000220

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 21.5924400 0.4189554 0.0034608-0.0000147

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 20.5535000 0.4120759 0.0017848-0.0000073

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 20.5907200 0.3274399 0.0018287-0.0000085

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 21.0723500 0.1882184 0.0028948-0.0000145

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 21.4721500 0.0900663 0.0032672-0.0000162

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 21.8932600-0.0170802 0.0036172-0.0000175

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 21.5594700-0.0270129 0.0024031-0.0000117

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 21.5267400-0.0320411 0.0003989 0.0000018

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Pine Table No. 4



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 16.7371700 0.6801384-0.0070395 0.0000255

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 16.8421700 0.5839199-0.0060588 0.0000219

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 17.2668000 0.4617687-0.0049372 0.0000187

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 17.0177300 0.4044286-0.0043069 0.0000156

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 17.1405500 0.2094294-0.0000058 0.0017853

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 16.9152800 0.2093296-0.0027025 0.0000114

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 17.3942600 0.0189007-0.0002571 0.0000021

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 16.9400000 00 00 00

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 16.9400000 00 00 00

------------------------------------------------------------------



Group tree: Douglas-fir Table No 5



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 29.9343100 1.0072230-0.0049391 0.0000131

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 29.0155600 1.0027940-0.0068973 0.0000244

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 28.0316900 0.9853482-0.0084367 0.0000328

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 27.0594500 0.9566441-0.0093231 0.0000371

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 26.6101500 0.9026985-0.0095815 0.0000378

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Larch Table No. 6



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 15.4691600 0.6942742-0.0043125 0.0000148

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 14.8477000 0.6530476-0.0045332 0.0000161

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 14.6770200 0.5855355-0.0044998 0.0000168

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 14.6911600 0.4739253-0.0034170 0.0000120

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 15.6184300 0.1952050-0.0000986-0.0000005

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 15.5070700 0.1445820-0.0000192-0.0000010

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 15.5382100 0.0928557 0.0001332-0.0000017

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 15.7223600 0.0457883 0.0001326-0.0000018

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 15.4896900 00 00 00

------------------------------------------------------------------



The Group of trees: oak table 7



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 30.9290700 0.0680077 0.0066586-0.0000259

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 29.7664300 0.1214869 0.0042193-0.0000142

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 28.1508600 0.2046729 0.0016644-0.0000031

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 26.9981200 0.2337300 0.0003942 0.0000017

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 26.5435600 0.1459682 0.0009960-0.0000008

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 26.5733900 0.1067445 0.0010840-0.0000020

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 26.6748600 0.0682643 0.0010624-0.0000026

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 26.9719600 0.0182212-0.0001444 0.0000006

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 26.7600000 00 00 00

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Beech table 8



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 26.2959600 0.2828878 0.0050665-0.0000217

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 26.0033600 0.3012348 0.0036681-0.0000163

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 24.5421800 0.4620130 0.0001512-0.0000023

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 24.6678900 0.3661685 0.0008701-0.0000064

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 25.2537900 0.0672520 0.0041484-0.0000177

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 24.7309100 0.0807996 0.0028519-0.0000118

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 24.4546700 0.0688032 0.0021790-0.0000089

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 23.9123400 0.0972029 0.0009096-0.0000037

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 23.6100900 0.0959610 0.0000438-0.0000002

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Ash Table No 9



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 16.9168200 0.5358003-0.0035255 0.0000133

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 17.2922900 0.3707626-0.0020589 0.0000073

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 17.3958500 0.2019036-0.0006982 0.0000014

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Birch Table No. 10



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 4.3704270-0.0084524 0.0025261-0.0000197

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 4.3237360-0.0049761 0.0015482-0.0000124
------------------------------------------------------------------

3 4.2115630 0.0216314-0.0002225 0.0000009

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Acacia Table No. 11



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 2.0225470 0.2338120 0.0039973-0.0000409

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 2.2092180 0.2102499 0.0029377-0.0000305

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 2.1786660 0.2181490 0.0011692-0.0000162

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 2.0838960 0.2251275-0.0003442-0.0000041

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 2.5408700 0.1150021 0.0005698-0.0000052

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 2.4254190 0.1247796-0.0010196 0.0000048

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 2.3936970 0.1234333-0.0019883 0.0000109

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 3.0600000 00 00 00

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 3.0600000 00 00 00

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Alder table 12



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 4.3078710-0.0158298 0.0052439-0.0000353

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 3.9598650 0.0265218 0.0039262-0.0000302

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 3.8159190 0.0247544 0.0029079-0.0000228

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 3.7053160 0.0192342 0.0021359-0.0000172

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 3.5174010 0.0211932 0.0007958-0.0000058

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Aspen Table No. 13



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 3.4114260-0.0163210 0.0023778-0.0000176

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 3.3518300 0.0020101 0.0011785-0.0000091

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 3.2734720 0.0170076 0.0000277-0.0000008

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Poplar Table No. 14



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonita -------------------------------------------------------

P0 P1 P2 P3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 0.3520151 0.6697728 0.0107006-0.00002211

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 0.7889852 0.5898628 0.0078137-0.00001604

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 1.1181240 0.5021656 0.0061772-0.00001299

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 1.6015580 0.3605727 0.0077470-0.00001358

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 1.8465540 0.2583058 0.0075474-0.00001210

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 2.0524330 0.1709751 0.0073587-0.00001082

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 2.2822530 0.0738324 0.0071556-0.00000878

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 2.4833940 0.0051320 0.0063650-0.00000700

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 2.4038580 0.0096498 0.0030473-0.00000323

-----------------------------------------------------------------



Annex 2



Value adjustment of forest cover Hlpa

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Max. precipitation (-) and premium (+) in%

-----------------------------------------------------

Number of Qualitative characters of High degree (RVB)

položky -----------------------------------------------------

1 2 3 4 5 67 8 9

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1 Strains affected in the top-15-15-16-17-18-20-22-24-25

part a or

Tribal watershed

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2 Strains affected in the upper

part of the rotting core

the average length of

2.1 2 m-11-12-13-14-15-17-19-22-26

2.2 3 m-14-14-15-17-19-21-23-26-30

2.3.4 m-19-20-21-23-24-27-30-34-38

2.4.5 m-28-29-31-33-39-39-43-47-52

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3 Strains affected in top-22-24-27-30-32-33-34-35-36

part a or

Tribal watershed

and in the bottom of the

rotting core

on the average. length 2 m

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4 Exceptional quality + 40

with the Viewports

1. how to. tř.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5 Les low-40

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

6 the occurrence on the stump in the shade-15

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

7 Stands of pine, black-50

and cerium with extremely

about cutouts

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

8 other influences, e.g.. -50

the damage caused by

shooting poddolováním

the forest, etc.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

9 the degree of damage to the emission

9.1 I. -20

9.2 II. -30

9.3 III.a -40

9.4 III.b -60

9.5 IV. -80

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Annex 3



Associations of individual species in each group of tree species

------------------------------------------------------------------

The Group of trees Species in a group of Maximum obmýtí

------------------------------------------------------------------

All types of spruce firs 120

------------------------------------------------------------------

All kinds of FIR FIR 120

------------------------------------------------------------------

All kinds of pine pine 120

------------------------------------------------------------------

Larch larch, all kinds of 120

------------------------------------------------------------------

Douglas Douglas tisolistá 120

------------------------------------------------------------------

Beech beech forest, hornbeam,

all species of maple,

all kinds of better

aesculus hippocastanum 140

------------------------------------------------------------------

All kinds of Oaks, Oak

all kinds of ELMS,

Juglans regia and black,

Platanus × Hispanica,

Gean, střemcha

of late, pear, Pyrus

Apple tree forest, other

deciduous hard 160

------------------------------------------------------------------

All species of ash, ash

pajasan žlaznatý 120

------------------------------------------------------------------

Alder all kinds of Alders,

Chesnut 80

------------------------------------------------------------------

Aspen Aspen 80

------------------------------------------------------------------

Acacia Robinia pseudoacacia 80

------------------------------------------------------------------

Poplar all kinds of poplar in addition

Aspen, all kinds of willows,

other soft-leaved 50

------------------------------------------------------------------

Birch all kinds of birches,

all types of cranes 80

-----------------------------------------------------------------



Annex 4



A modified potential annuity of the forest r in CZK/m2

------------------------------------------------------------------

Code Code Code Annuity Annuity Annuity Annuity Annuity Code Code

SLT SLT Czk Kč/m2/m2 SLT SLT Czk Kč/m2/m2 SLT CZK/m2

------------------------------------------------------------------
9z 0.02 6V 5 h 0.09 0.12 0.11 0.04 3S, 2A

------------------------------------------------------------------

9r 0.02 6T 0.04 0.09 2 p 5 3R 0.05 0.04

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 k 0.02 6S 0.09 0.12 3Q 2 g 5F 0.03 0.08

------------------------------------------------------------------

8Z 0.02 6R 0.09 5 d 3 p 0.02 0.13 0.04 1

------------------------------------------------------------------

8Y 0.02 6Q 0.04 5 c 1 x 0.08 0.01 0.07 3O

------------------------------------------------------------------

8V 0.02 6 p 0.07 5B 0.12 0.08 3N 0.05 1

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 tons 0.02 6O 0.11 5A 0.09 m 0.02 1U 0.08

------------------------------------------------------------------

8s 0.04 0.06 6N 4Z 0.02 l 0.04 1T 0.01

------------------------------------------------------------------

8R 0.02 m 3 k 0.03 4Y 0.04 0.04 1S 0.03

------------------------------------------------------------------

8Q 0.01 6 l 0.02 4 x 0.03 3J 0.07 1Q 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

4W 6 k 8 p 0.02 0.06 0.06 0.10 0.05 3I 1 p

------------------------------------------------------------------

headings b.8N 0.04 6I 0.07 0.10 0.13 3 .4V 1O 0.06

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 m 6 h 4S 0.02 0.11 0.09 3 g 0.08 1N 0.03

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 k 6 g 0.04 0.09 4R 0.09 3F 0.10 m 0.03

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 g 0.07 6F 0.12 0.10 4Q 3D 0.08 0.03 1

------------------------------------------------------------------

8F 0.04 6 d 4 p 3 c 0.04 0.06 0.12 1 0.01

------------------------------------------------------------------

8A 0.11 0.04 6B 4O 0.09 3B 0.10 0.05 1J

------------------------------------------------------------------

7z 0.03 6A 0.09 4N 0.07 0.06 3A 1I 0.03

------------------------------------------------------------------

7Y 0.03 0.03 5Z 0.02 m 2Z 0.01 1 h 0.05

------------------------------------------------------------------

7V 0.10 5Y 4 k 2 x 0.04 0.07 0.02 0.02 g

------------------------------------------------------------------

7T 0.04 5W 0.10 4I 0.07 2W 1 d 0.07 0.07

------------------------------------------------------------------

7s 0.06 5V 4 h 0.13 0.12 0.08 2V 1 c 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

7R 0.04 5U 0.09 0.12 4 g 2T 0.03 1B 0.06

------------------------------------------------------------------

7q 0.03 0.03 5T 4F 0.09 2S 0.04 1A 0.04

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 p 0.07 5S 4 d 2Q 0.10 0.10 0.02 0Z 0.01

------------------------------------------------------------------

7O 0.09 5R 0.03 4 c 0.06 0.07 ° 0 x 0.01

------------------------------------------------------------------

7N 0.04 5Q 0.04 4B 0.12 2N 0.03 0T 0.06

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 m 5 p 0.07 0.03 4A 0.09 2 m 0.01 0R 0.03

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 k 5 ° 0.11 0.04 3Z 0.02 l 0.09 ° 0.05

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 g 5N 0.06 0.07 3Y 2 k 0.03 0.03 0N 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

7F 0.07 0.03 0.03 m 3 x 2I 0.04 0 m 0.01

------------------------------------------------------------------

7B 0.08 l 0.11 0.07 3W 2 h 0 k 0.08 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

6Z 0.03 5 k 0.08 0.06 3V 0.13 2D 0Y 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

6Y 0.05 5J 0.12 0.08 3U 2 c 0.03 0 p 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

5I 0.07 3T 0.04 0.08 2B 0Q 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

0 c 0.02

------------------------------------------------------------------

0 g 0.08

------------------------------------------------------------------



SLT = file of forest types



A modified potential annuity is an annuity calculated on the basis of the maximum

the potential value of total production (the culmination of the average

increment) while respecting the security and continuity of production

characterized by an optimal target Woody composition in a particular

obmýtí, depending on soil and climate characteristics

Habitat (forest file types) and modified so that the

certain, the official decision of the session between the highest

and the lowest prices of agricultural and forest land.



Annex 5



Percent mýtní immaturity Mn

and the percentage of immaturity for mýtní) the age of the stand 1 to 20 years is equal to

100.



(b)) the percentage of mýtní to stand above the age of maturity for 20 years until the

the maximum obmýtí for the Group of forest tree species is found

using the formula:



MNA = M0 + M1 + M2 * and * a ^ 2 + M3 * and ^ 3



Where



MNA-percent forest cover prematurity in mýtní age and

and-the age of the stand

M0-M3-coefficients of a polynomial according to the species and groups

relative credible degrees listed in tables 1-

13



For the calculation of the percentage of mýtní of immaturity this polynomial

rules:



and the definition of the scope) 21 years to the maximum obmýtí for the

a group of forest tree species,



(b)) from calculated values apply only the integer part,



(c)) if value is greater than 100, the value is equal to 100, by contrast,

If a value less than zero (negative number), the value is

equal to 0.



A group of tree species: Spruce Table No 1



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 125.1861000-2.3895450 0.0090513 0.0000161

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 120.7601000-1.7510000-0.0020847 0.0000669

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 116.4334000-1.1038390-0.0131334 0.0001164

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 111.6033000-0.5339397-0.0220931 0.0001539

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 105.3890000 0.1976642-0.0331748 0.0001987

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 96.7955600 1.1558030-0.0479294 0.0002596

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 93.6519500 1.4316590-0.0507517 0.0002655

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 91.1327100 1.6161690-0.0513266 0.0002586

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 89.8448300 1.6986880-0.0506220 0.0002478

------------------------------------------------------------------



Group tree: Fir Table No 2



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 100.4444000 0.8158867-0.0438152 0.0002469

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 96.8253100 1.1467050-0.0474327 0.0002558

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 93.1533800 1.4469830-0.0495247 0.0002541

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 90.5533400 1.6306230-0.0493689 0.0002416

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 87.9673900 1.7539410-0.0466639 0.0002121

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 88.4601700 1.5978980-0.0404363 0.0001715

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 88.3096500 1.4603050-0.0330939 0.0001208

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 89.7018200 1.1813680-0.0239126 0.0000637

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 94.8206500 0.4429741-0.0039338-0.0000523

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Pine Table No 3



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 113.8322000-1.3485390-0.0039792 0.0000578

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 111.0335000-0.9298674-0.0105120 0.0000846

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 107.9207000-0.5337554-0.0161978 0.0001061

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 104.9416000-0.1290963-0.0220373 0.0001284

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 102.0691000 0.2129643-0.0271728 0.0001490

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 99.1313400 0.5591463-0.0323518 0.0001696

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 96.3576700 0.8158147-0.0334601 0.0001628
------------------------------------------------------------------

8 93.7739100 1.0884890-0.0377348 0.0001872

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 94.5455400 0.8995959-0.0293336 0.0001423

------------------------------------------------------------------



Group tree: Douglas-fir Table No. 4



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 122.1992000-2.0528220 0.0036188 0.0000393

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 118.4151000-1.5195880-0.0052554 0.0000782

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 113.5555000-0.9047291-0.0151060 0.0001201

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 109.7941000-0.4307584-0.0222968 0.0001490

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 104.6753000 0.1339774-0.0298768 0.0001756

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Larch Table No 5



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 120.1662000-2.0682770 0.0057848 0.0000232

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 116.2028000-1.4433640-0.0046657 0.0000690

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 112.0288000-0.9006144-0.0129904 0.0001028

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 107.9016000-0.2853574-0.0226822 0.0001430

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 103.9112000 0.2069410-0.0303864 0.0001752

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 99.8710200 0.7034300-0.0381310 0.0002074

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 95.4521300 1.1277540-0.0420892 0.0002133

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 91.2693700 1.5150010-0.0461404 0.0002224

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 88.8182700 1.6975640-0.0464574 0.0002140

------------------------------------------------------------------



The Group of trees: oak table 6



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 120.3651000-1.2397150-0.0032049 0.0000389

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 112.0953000-0.4907558-0.0125160 0.0000698

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 104.2496000 0.1636571-0.0198272 0.0000915

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 97.3539100 0.7308843-0.0256152 0.0001069

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 94.0254600 0.9376376-0.0260070 0.0001017

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 92.8550500 0.9287178-0.0226917 0.0000815

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 91.7736800 0.9133787-0.0192920 0.0000610

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 91.4739800 0.9452465-0.0197306 0.0000626

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 91.0865500 0.9860854-0.0203156 0.0000648

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Beech table 7



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 117.6760000-1.2601510-0.0052153 0.0000584

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 114.9035000-0.8817335-0.0110444 0.0000810

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 109.1355000-0.2902414-0.0190103 0.0001096

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 104.1009000 0.2862293-0.0273650 0.0001416

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 102.6103000 0.4417398-0.0294451 0.0001490

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 98.2754500 0.7976738-0.0331681 0.0001587

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 93.4625100 1.2339610-0.0382123 0.0001739

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 91.0726500 1.3854550-0.0385829 0.0001694

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 90.1171200 1.4099620-0.0371821 0.0001582

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Ash table 8



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 104.6350000 0.1541126-0.0309336 0.0001831

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 97.6203300 0.8427324-0.0381607 0.0001990

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 91.6943200 1.3220800-0.0392095 0.0001776

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Birch Table No 9



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 97.1162600 1.1938370-0.0671685 0.0004558

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 97.4960300 1.0849290-0.0613355 0.0004026

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 96.4112500 1.2112160-0.0628233 0.0004039

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Acacia Table No. 10



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 125.2191000-2.5747660-0.0086083 0.0002496

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 122.2910000-2.1295590-0.0186393 0.0003104

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 117.3285000-1.4377360-0.0326284 0.0003860

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 113.8006000-1.0337220-0.0368342 0.0003832

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 116.7255000-1.4728980-0.0267857 0.0003213

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 117.5628000-1.6681170-0.0156766 0.0002181

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 111.5808000-0.7969660-0.0342677 0.0003241

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 108.6463000-0.3541572-0.0462324 0.0004311

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 105.3502000-0.4904869-0.0064170 0.0000976

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Alder Table No. 11



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 109.4380000-0.3806610-0.0503372 0.0004577

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 106.7972000-0.0997184-0.0498463 0.0004167

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 105.5632000 0.0209253-0.0478180 0.0003782

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 104.8939000 0.0450113-0.0426432 0.0003157

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 103.5380000 0.3073192-0.0509852 0.0003803

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Aspen table 12



------------------------------------------------------------------

The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 97.7349300 1.1624590-0.0704633 0.0004976

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 98.4070200 0.9991664-0.0626360 0.0004274

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 98.6269500 0.9155787-0.0574172 0.0003779

------------------------------------------------------------------



A group of tree species: Poplar Table No. 13



------------------------------------------------------------------
The coefficients

Bonitní -------------------------------------------------------

the degree of M0 M1 M2 M3

------------------------------------------------------------------

1 89.35252 0.3068491 4.474718-0

------------------------------------------------------------------

2 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

------------------------------------------------------------------

3 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

------------------------------------------------------------------

4 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

------------------------------------------------------------------

5 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

------------------------------------------------------------------

6 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

------------------------------------------------------------------

7 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

------------------------------------------------------------------

8 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

------------------------------------------------------------------

9 89.35252 4.474718-0.3068491 0

-----------------------------------------------------------------



Annex 6



The value of the annual increment by groups of tree species in CZK/m2 for the average

the creditworthiness of the

-------------------------------------

A group of wood CZK/m2

for the average credit score

-------------------------------------

Spruce 0.6146

-------------------------------------

FIR 0.7077

-------------------------------------

Pine 0.2544

-------------------------------------

Larch 0.4682

-------------------------------------

Douglas 0.5990

-------------------------------------

Buk 0.6144

-------------------------------------

Dub 0.5156

-------------------------------------

Ash 0.3766

-------------------------------------

Alder 0.1610

-------------------------------------

Aspen 0.0797

-------------------------------------

Acacia 0.0444

-------------------------------------

Poplar 0.3119

-------------------------------------

Birch 0.0933

-------------------------------------



The average creditworthiness of groups of forest tree species is the weighted arithmetic mean

the diameter of the tree species that bonito is the Group of forest tree species

is called, with the fact that the weight of the bonito is the area of the occurrence

the territory of the CZECH REPUBLIC.



Annex 7



Coefficient K1 for the calculation of damages from the reduction of forest cover in the increment

as a result of air pollution

-------------------------------------------

The degree of damage zone

ohrožení --------------------------------

I, II, IIIa, IIIb, IVa

-------------------------------------------

And, (B) 0.45 0.25 0.15 0.85 0.65

-------------------------------------------

C 0.45 0.25 0.65 0.95 0.85

-------------------------------------------

(D) 1.00 0.95 0.75 0.55 0.35

-------------------------------------------



Annex 8



K2 coefficient expressing the degree of damage according to the degrees of damage being bitten

game

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

The degree of damage to the Terminal Side Side shoots, wishing, wishing to K2

total% of two upper

whorls

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

1-the weak is not damaged more than 60-0.60

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

2-medium is damaged max. 30 max. 60 1.00

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

3-strong is damaged more than 30 more than 60 1.10

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

4-very strong it damaged more than 90-1.20

---------------------------------------------------------------------------



Note:



1) inclusion in the degree of damage to the fulfilment of all the currently assumed

the listed criteria.

2) the criterion of "side, wishing the two upper Whorls" is used as the

Another criterion only for seedlings older than 3 years (not covered by the

the thrown out tendrils).



Annex 9



The coefficient for calculating the damage from the K3 reduction of quality of forest cover

caused by mechanical damage trees by peeling and TNE game or

as firewood, etc.

----------------------------------------------------------------

The Advent Of Bonita

damage

at the age of 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

----------------------------------------------------------------

29 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.58 0.70 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80

----------------------------------------------------------------

30-39 0.55 0.65 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.75 0.75 0.75

----------------------------------------------------------------

40-49 0.58 0.53 0.63 0.63 0.67 0.73 0.73 0.73 0.73

----------------------------------------------------------------

50-59 0.50 0.60 0.60 0.55 0.65 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70

----------------------------------------------------------------

60-69 0.47 0.52 0.57 0.57 0.62 0.65 0.65 0.65 0.65

----------------------------------------------------------------

70-79 0.58 0.54 0.49 0.44 0.54 0.60 0.60 0.60 0.60

----------------------------------------------------------------

80-89 0.40 0.45 0.50 0.50 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.55

----------------------------------------------------------------

90-99 0.13 0.15 0.15 0.14 0.11 0.20 0.23 0.25 0.27

----------------------------------------------------------------

100 a více - - - - - - - - -

----------------------------------------------------------------



The table applies to a group of tree species of spruce. For other groups of species

the coefficient K3 provides appropriately.



Annex 10



Conversion table bonito forest tree species

(from the relative standing of the height-RVB, applied in forest

the economic plans in 1990, including the absolute altitude

credit score-AVB, used in the LHP since 1991)



Forest wood species: Spruce Table No 1



---------------------------------------------------------------------------

RVB aged trees in the years

AVB ----------------------------------------------------------------------

to 20 21-40 41-60 61-80 81-100 101-120 of 120

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

14 8 8 9 9 9 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

16 7 7 7 8 9 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

18 6 6 7 7 8 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 6 6 6 6 7 8 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

22 5 5 5 5 6 7 8

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

24 4 4 4 5 5 6 7

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

26 3 3 3 4 4 5 5

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

28 2 2 2 3 3 4 4

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

30 1 1 2 2 2 3 3

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

32 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

34 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

36 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

38 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------



Forest wood species: Pine Table No 2



---------------------------------------------------------------------------

RVB aged trees in the years

AVB ----------------------------------------------------------------------

to 20 21-40 41-60 61-80 81-100 101-120 of 120

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

12 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

14 8 8 8 8 9 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

16 7 7 7 7 8 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

18 6 6 6 7 7 8 8

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 5 5 5 6 6 7 7

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

22 4 4 4 5 5 5 6

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

24 3 3 3 3 4 4 5

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

26 2 2 2 2 3 3 4

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

28 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

30 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

32 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

34 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
---------------------------------------------------------------------------



Forest tree species: other coniferous Table No 3



-----------------------------------------------------------

Douglas Fir-Larch

AVB ------------------------------------------------------

* up to 50 over 50 to 50 51-90 over 90 full age *

-----------------------------------------------------------

12 - - 9 9 9 -

-----------------------------------------------------------

14 - - 8 8 9 -

-----------------------------------------------------------

16 - - 7 7 8 -

-----------------------------------------------------------

18 6 8 6 6 7-

-----------------------------------------------------------

20 5 6 6 5 6-

-----------------------------------------------------------

22 4 5 5 4 5-

-----------------------------------------------------------

24 3 4 4 3 4-

-----------------------------------------------------------

26 2 3 2 2 3 5

-----------------------------------------------------------

28 1 2 1 1 2 5

-----------------------------------------------------------

30 1 1 1 1 1 5

-----------------------------------------------------------

32 1 1 1 1 1 5

-----------------------------------------------------------

34 1 1 1 1 1 5

-----------------------------------------------------------

36 1 1 - - - 5

-----------------------------------------------------------

38 1 1 - - - 4

-----------------------------------------------------------

40 1 1 - - - 3

-----------------------------------------------------------



Forest wood species: Beech Table No. 4



---------------------------------------------------------------------------

RVB aged trees in the years

AVB ----------------------------------------------------------------------

to 20 21-40 41-60 61-80 81-100 101-120 of 120

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

16 8 8 8 8 8 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

18 7 7 7 7 7 8 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 6 6 6 6 6 7 7

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

22 5 5 5 5 6 6 6

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

24 4 4 4 4 5 5 6

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

26 3 3 3 3 4 4 5

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

28 1 1 2 2 3 3 3

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

30 1 1 1 1 2 2 2

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

32 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

34 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

36 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

38 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------



Forest wood species: Oak Table No 5



---------------------------------------------------------------------------

RVB aged trees in the years

AVB ----------------------------------------------------------------------

to 20 21-40 41-60 61-80 81-100 101-120 of 120

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

12 8 8 8 9 9 9 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

14 7 7 7 8 8 8 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

16 7 7 7 7 7 8 9

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

18 6 6 6 6 7 7 8

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 5 5 5 5 6 6 7

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

22 4 4 4 5 5 5 6

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

24 3 3 3 4 4 4 5

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

26 2 2 2 2 2 3 3

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

28 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

30 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

32 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

34 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

---------------------------------------------------------------------------



Forest tree species: other leafy Table No. 6



----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Aspen Poplar Alder Ash Hornbeam Acacia

Birch

AVB -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

* the entire age of the entire age of the entire age of 50 over 50 the whole age to 50 over 50

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

10 - - - 9 9 - 9 9

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12 - - 3 9 8 - 9 9

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

14 - - 3 9 8 - 8 8

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

16 - - 3 8 7 9 7 6

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

18 3 5 3 7 6 9 6 5

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20 3 5 3 7 6 9 4 3

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

22 3 4 2 6 5 9 2 2

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24 3 3 1 5 4 9 - -

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

26 2 2 1 - - 8 - -

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

28 2 2 1 - - 7 - -

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

30 1 1 - - - 6 - -

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

32 1 - - - - - - -

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

34 1 - - - - - - -

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------



*) RVB throughout the range in age, or age.



1) § 2 (2). 1 Act No. 151/1997 Coll., on the valuation of assets and the change in the

Some laws (law on valuation).



2) sections 24 to 27 of law no 289/1996 Coll., on forests and on the amendment and supplement

Some laws (forest law).



3) Decree No. 83/1996 Coll., on the regional forest development plans

and on the definition of the economic files.



4) Act No. 151/1997 Coll.



6) Decree No. 82/1996 Coll., on the genetic classification, restoration of forest,

afforestation and registration of seeds and seedlings of forest

tree species.