Rules On The Methodology, Which Determines The Amount Of Material Loss, Which Agriculture And Forestry Contributed To Wild Game

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par metodiku, kādā nosaka materiālo zaudējumu apjomu, kurus lauksaimniecībai un mežsaimniecībai nodarījuši medījamie dzīvnieki

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 334 in Riga, 2006 April 25 (Mon. No 24 42) provisions on the methodology for determining the amount of material loss, which agriculture and forestry contributed to wild game Issued in accordance with article 29 of the law on hunting the first part i. General questions 1. determines the methodology that defines the material losses that agriculture and forestry contributed to wild game (hereinafter-the material loss). 2. the amount of the Material is determined by the national forest service or the national park and nature reserve in the territory: the Administration created the Commission on the basis of the land owner (the legal possessor) or flock owner (holder) application for loss compensation for the game the damage caused to agriculture and forestry (hereinafter referred to as the application) (annex 1). 3. the national forest service or the national park or nature reserve administration 14 days after receipt of the application, be established by the Commission and carried out in nature. If the damage caused to livestock farming, establishing the Commission immediately. 4. the Commission shall, within 30 days after receipt of the application to determine the amount of material loss and issue the applicant a tangible loss calculation that wild game done for agriculture (annex 2), or the amount of material loss calculation that wild game caused for forestry (annex 3). 5. Crop production and forestry material loss caused by down in the area, which the landowner (the legal possessor) is highlighted in nature and putting (hereinafter referred to as the test area). II. the material loss caused by agriculture, determination of the amount of crop production caused by 6 material volume of the Commission shall be determined as follows: 6.1 the test area shall keep records in nature, walking along the route chosen, whose overall length is less than 640 m/ha, and which covers all the area evenly. Damage intensity 0.5 x 0.5 metres assessed large plots that are evenly spaced along the route and that a total area that is less than 1% of the area under examination; 6.2. each plot following the six-ball scale down the intensity of damage, which stands for the following: 6.2.1.  0-damage done (agriculture crops damage 0-10% of the plot area); 6.2.2. the 1-5% damage (damage to crops in 11-15% of the plot area); 6.2.3.2-25% damage (damage to crops in the 16-35% of the plot area); 6.2.4.3-50% damage (damage to crops in 36-65% of the sample area); 6.2.5.4-75% damage (damage to crops in 66-95% of the plot area); 6.2.6.5-100% damage (damage to crops in 96-100% of the plot area); 6.3. on the basis of the resulting damage intensity data, calculation of the area under examination, the average intensity of damage percentage using the following formula: x n1 x n2, a1 + a2 + a3 + a4 x x n3 n4 + n5 a5 x P = — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —, N P-average percentage of damage; A1-a5-plot the intensity of damage (5%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%); the number n1-plot, where devastation intensity is 5%, n2-plot the number of damage intensity is 25%; n3-plot the number of damage intensity is 50%;-the number of plots, n4 which damage intensity is 75%; the number of plot-n5 which damage intensity is 100%; N-the total number of plots of land; 6.4. the material loss in monetary terms is calculated using the following formula: Z = C x (w x h), where Z-material losses (Ls); C-the average remuneration of the relevant cultural volume or installation of plantations and maintenance costs up to the time of injury; A-surveyed area (ha); P-average intensity of damage (%).
7. Livestock farming damages determines if the game due to the devastation of livestock have been killed or wounded and, therefore, is in liquidation. 8. the Commission in visible signs (such as the attack of the foot, bite marks, victims ' remains) confirms the game the fact of injury and material damage is determined according to the average market price of the livestock inspection day. III. Forestry material losses caused by count 9. Forestry suffered tangible loss determines if the game due to damage in the area to be inspected, the predominant tree species augtspējīg tree šķērslaukum (number) is less than the regulations for tree felling the forest lands of the minimum šķērslaukum (number), and if the test area is greater than 0.1 hectare. 10. evaluate the test area predominant tree species under game damage criteria (annex 4). On augtspējīg trees feels whole trees and half the average of damaged trees. 11. If the area to be inspected wild game because of the damage the ruling species of trees augtspējīg tree šķērslaukum (number) (Gauge) is less than the regulations for tree felling the forest lands of the minimum šķērslaukum (), but not less than the critical šķērslaukum, the material shall be determined as follows: 11.1 stands where the ruling species of tree in the average height of less than 12 metres, the material loss is 30% of the total renewal and care costs of coppice determined in accordance with these rules 13, 14 and 15;
11.2. stands, where tree species prevailing average height is 12 meters and more, the material is determined using the following formula: Z = M x Cc, where Z-material losses (Ls);
M-damaged tree builds (m3) (for damaged trees considered iznīkušo trees and half the average of damaged trees);
CC-felling development conditional cost-5 Ls/m3. 12. If the area to be inspected wild game because of the damage the ruling species of tree augtspējīg tree šķērslaukum (number) is less than the regulations for tree felling the forest lands of certain critical šķērslaukum, the material shall be determined as follows: 12.1 stands where the ruling species of tree in the average height of less than 12 metres, the material is determined using the following formula: Z = S x (Ca + Ck), where Z-material losses (Ls);
S-test area (ha);

CA-woodland restoration costs ($/ha), determined in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 13 and 14;
CK-coppice care cost ($/ha), determined in accordance with paragraph 15 of these rules;
12.2. the stands where the predominant tree species average height is 12 meters and more, the material is determined using the following formula: Z = M x + Z-Ca, which Cc material losses (Ls);
M-damaged tree builds (m3) (for damaged trees considered iznīkušo trees and half the average of damaged trees);
CC-felling development conditional cost-5 Ls/m3;
CA-woodland restoration costs ($), determined in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 13 and 14. 13. Forest recovery costs include: 13.1. soil preparation, basic material purchasing, sowing, planting and care costs to forest stands for recognition as restore, if the forest restored by planting or sowing;
13.2. the promotion of natural regeneration (soil preparation) and care costs up to the stands for recognition as restore, if the forest restored naturally. 14. Reforestation costs being determined according to the area of forest renewal cost copies of documents that showed the victim, but, if not,-by using the following formula: Ca = (a1 + a2 + a3) x Dmin where Ca-forest restoration costs ($);
A1-coefficient of soil preparation costs (annex 5);
A2-factor of the forest reproductive material acquisition and cost of sowing or planting (annex 5);
A3-rate care for the determination of costs before the restore times recognition (annex 5);
DMin-national minimum wage per month ($). 15. the care costs of Coppice (where coppice care) is determined according to the care costs of coppice copies of documents shown by the victim, but, if not,-by using the following formula: Ck = k x where the Dmin, Ck-coppice care cost ($);
k-factor of the care costs of coppice (annex 5);
DMin-national minimum wage per month ($). Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2006, the Regulation No 334 Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 2 Cabinet of 25 April 2006, the Regulation No 334 Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2006, the Regulation No 334 Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2006, the Regulation No 334 game damage assessment criteria of no PO box damage type description of damage to trees by category an average corrupt ruined 1.
The shoot apex of damage, are worth about sānzar up to 50% of the sānzar worth more than 50% of the shoot Apex broken or bitten 2. defects of the Stem bark is separately in some detail running bass bark damaged up to about 1/3 of the trunk circumference of the trunk is broken (broken) or skin damaged more than 1/3 of the trunk circumference of the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 April 2006, the Regulation No 334 of coppice forest restoration and care costs way to measure the coefficient of determination of costs of the renovation of the forest at 1.
preparation of the soil of the forest reproductive material 0.8, sowing and planting pine, spruce, birch, oak, OSIs 1.5 1.8 1.7 species other trees care stands for before the recognition of the renewed 2.0.8 0.8 Coppice care Minister of Agriculture m. rose