Ioana-Alexandra Mirea

Ioana-Alexandra Mirea
University of Bucharest | Unibuc · Department of Department of Geomorphology, Pedology and Geomatics



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I am currently studying at the Simion Mehedinți Doctoral School within the Faculty of Geography having as research object the thesis with the title Study of environmental geomorphology for the development of the first trans-Carpathian high-speed railway in Romania. Other research interests include: applied geomorphology, transport, soil erosion, geomorphological risks and processes, and urban planning
October 2023 - September 2027
University of Bucharest
Field of study
  • Geography


Publications (6)
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The present study represents an analysis of the dynamics of the Ialomița river in its lower sector (Alexeni-Copuzu) over a period of 37 years (1980-2017), by referring to the basic elements that characterize the dynamics of river beds (morphographic characteristics, of the basin, indices of meandering, sinuosity, etc.). The purpose of the study is...
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The paper deals with aspects of the digitization of the construction sector, specifically by detailing the process of adopting the Building Information Modeling (BIM) concept in Romania, in comparison with other European countries. It is based on the data obtained from specialised publications, while also integrating information about the legislati...
Food accessibility represents the ease by which a population can access food. Supermarkets usually offer a wide variety of food options at lower prices. Thus, the present paper focuses on the evaluation of food accessibility to supermarkets in Dâmbovița County, Romania. Living in areas devoid of food purchase options has been associated with health...
Food choice is an essential factor that influences the health of the population. Students become vulnerable to unhealthy food choices as they must adapt to the transition from high school to university. This study aims to assess the factors influencing food choices among students from the University of Bucharest. It is based on data collected throu...
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In recent years, the accelerated development of the remote sensing domain and the improvement of the resolution and frequency of satellite images allowed the increase in the accuracy of the evaluation of morphometric characteristics and the spatiotemporal distribution of pit lakes, including the small ones. Our study quantitatively analyzes small-s...
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Floods are the most widespread hazard globally and have a significant impact on local communities in terms of material and loss of life. Flood risk analysis is a complex process that needs to be addressed both physically and socially. The study provides a method for identifying the risk using Goegraphical Informational Systems techniques. Each indi...


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