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Atmospheric Patterns During the Storms from January 2014 in Bulgaria and Romania

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Aspects Regarding the Linseed Oil Culture in Romania in the Context of the Ongoing Climate Change

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Cuantification Of Land Degradation Sensitivity Areas In Romania Using European DISMED Data

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Identifying the Main Problems of Environmental Non-Governmental Organisations: Lessons from Romania

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The Influence of European Climate Variability Mechanism on Air Temperatures in Romania

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Numerical Prognosis of Dispersion and Transport of Pollutants in Romania, Based on Emissions of Pollutants

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Air pollution is one of the major problems of mankind, transport of pollutants extending far beyond the borders of the countries where they were produced, causing unpredictable, direct and indirect changes of the environment. The main tool for the study of this phenomenon consists of mathematical modeling of complex physical and chemical phenomena involved. In practice, air emissions are estimated on basis of measurements taken from selected sources being representative of the major categories and types. At national level, the Air Quality Evaluation Center (CECA) provides regular reports to the European Environment Agency (EEA) or the European Commission as requirements of Romania’s lawful duties in air quality domain. The registry of emissions TNO/ MACC (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research/ Monitoring Atmospheric Composition and Climate) contains emissions inventories which have been homogenized and checked in advance and obtained from emissions officially reported at sectoral level for each country. In this study, for the analysis of the weather numerical dispersion and transport of pollutants, it has been used the numerical air quality model WRF-CHEM version 3.5, centered over Romania, at the spatial resolution of 10 km, using as input data the TNO emission database for 2009. By interpolating values from the regular grid of the TNO database with the WRF-CHEM model 3.5 grid, monthly average values were obtained for each day of the week, for any parameter considered. Preliminary results obtained for different pollutants (for example: PM10, O3) confirm the need to validate these results by implementing and integrating air quality forecasting model by assimilating different types of measurements (data model, gravimetric data observations, etc.).

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Exploitation of Hunting and Fishing Tourism in Galați County, Romania

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Atmospheric Deposition of Copper and Zinc in Maramures County (Romania)

trace metals to the Bay of Bengal. Journal of Marine Systems, 2013, 126, 56-68. 4. Maramures Environmental Protection Agency, Baia Mare, Romania, www.apmmm.anpm.ro. 5. Fang, G.C.; Huang, Y.L.; Huang, J.H.; Liu, C.K. Dry deposition of Mn, Zn, Cr, Cu and Pb in particles of sizes of 3 μm, 5.6 μm and 10 μm in central Taiwan, J. Hazard.Mater. 2012, 203-204, 158-168. 6. Kara, M.; Dumanoglu, Y.;Altiok, H.; Elbir, T.; Odabasi, M.; Abdurrahman Bayram, A. Seasonal and spatial variations of atmospheric trace elemental deposition in

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Little Ice Age in Romania in the Vision of a Syrian Traveler

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Archdeacon Paul of Aleppo of Damascus accompanied the Patriarch Macarios of Antioch, in Moldavia, Wallachia, Dobrogea for nearly seven years (1652-1659), just in time considered one of the coldest during the Little Ice Age, Maunder Minimum namely (1645-1715). His journey is recorded in his travel diary, written in Arabic and translated into Romanian in 1900. Romanian historians were particularly concerned with the information provided by the passenger about the towns, monasteries, and farmhouses, aspects of daily life, customs, habits and Romanian economy countries. But Paul of Aleppo describe and climate issues, particularly cold winters with frost Danube, snowy, storm at sea, rain, floods, etc. It is a very rich source of information in this area, so far little taken into consideration, showing that the Little Ice Age was also evident in Eastern Europe.

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Determination of antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of Agaricus bisporus from Romanian markets

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