Baciu, Nicolae; Stănescu, Carmen; Muntean, Octavian-Liviu; Mihăiescu, Radu; Mihăiescu, Tania
January 2010
Present Environment & Sustainable Development;2010, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p255
Academic Journal
The research of geo-systems reveals similarities between these specific geographic components and socio-economic and historic heritage cultural landscapes. Geo-systems are strongly related to natural components, but they have small but relevant human (anthropic) elements. (Geo)-facets represent subcomponents of geo-systems analyzed through ecologic perspectiveThe paper provides an analysis for the evolution and spatio-temporal variation of two climatic parameters (precipitation and evapotranspiration) and one hydrological parameter (the flown water volume) over a common period of time (1970-2007) in Ialomita.


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