Andreea Marin

Andreea Marin
University of Bucharest | Unibuc · Department of Department of Geomorphology, Pedology and Geomatics

PhD

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The study aims to provide an advancement in understanding the complex hydro-sedimentary behaviour and morphological processes of the Danube fluvial system. A 120 km-in length reach is chosen for the study along the Romanian-Bulgarian border, subject to intense anthropogenic influences and multiple, interconnected controlling factors. The reach stre...
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Fluvial islands are a common geomorphological forms present in almost all major rivers. These are a fundamental component of the riparian corridor, serving as an important ecological habitat for aquatic and terrestrial species. Also, characterized by morphological, economic and even political values, these landforms may provide information about re...
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This is the foreword to the Special Issue in the Baltic Journal of Modern Computing, which includes the papers originally submitted to the Academic Track of the FOSS4G Europe 2020 conference. The conference was canceled due to the COVID-19 restrictions, but the Scientific Committee responsible for the Academic Track still managed to publish the Spe...
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Lucrarea de față constituie rezultatul cercetărilor realizate pe parcursul a trei ani (2014-2017), în cadrul tezei de doctorat cu același titlu. Subiectul lucrării îl constituie ostroavele Dunării din sectorul Giurgiu-Oltenița. Abordarea este una interdisciplinară și modernă, fiind îmbinate elemente de geomorfologie fluvială clasică și de cartogr...
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The Islet Without Name is on the Danube River, located near the Romanian bank, between km 493.3 and km 471.4. Representing one of the most recent fluvial islet on the Danube River, the Islet Without Name began to form in the last 30 years. If, initially, in the sector where the islet is currently located, only a sandy bar emerged in the summer-autu...
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The paper aim is to make an inventory of all the fluvial islets along Danube River between Giurgiu/Ruse – Oltenita/Tutrakan (Romania-Bulgaria) towns. It is necessary to know the number and location of these fluvial landforms because they are important from hydrogeomorphology, ecological, economical and geopolitical point of view.
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This study aims to quantitatively characterize shape parameters of fluvial islets using GIS techniques. There were eight metrics selected for the analysis. For the automation of the workflow, all processing functions were joined into a single graphical model. For this case study we selected the Danube sector situated between the cities Giurgiu and...
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Climate changes and anthropogenic activities in the last centuries have modified the hydro-morphological characteristics of many rivers, including the Danube River. This study aims to analyze the hydrological regime of the Danube using data registered at the Giurgiu station and identify the spatio-temporal adjustments of the riverbed between Giurgi...
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This paper presents a methodology exclusively based on using the Open Source GIS Technology for the morphometric analysis of the fluvial islets along the Danube course. The study area correspondsto the Giurgiu-Oltenita sector, one of the sectors displaying a relative stability regarding the number and distribution of such geomorphological landforms...
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The mapping of an historical timeframe concerning the evolution of a geographical territory, object or phenomenon can be achieved by using cartographical documents as a starting point, these documents being an important resource for their identification and localization. This article’s intention is the spatial and temporal re-enactment of human set...

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