Ion Grigoras

Ion Grigoras
Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development (DDNIRD) · GIS Remote Sensing

Phd

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Wetlands are among the most productive natural environments on Earth, as they harbor exceptional biological diversity. For this paper, our study site was the Danube Delta. The biodiversity of the Danube Delta is extraordinary and it possesses one of the largest reed beds in the world. The main goal of our paper was to recognize, characterize, and m...
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This monograph summarizes the results of field studies and the retrospective analysis of publications and archival materials on the ecology of Chany Lake, the largest area of water surface in Western Siberia. The monograph provides the information on climate in the area under study, features of geological structure, geomorphology, and the landscape...
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Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve (DDBR) has 5,800 km2 as surface and it is situated in the South-East of Europe, in the East of Romania. The paper is taking into account the data related to the elevation surfaces of the DDBR (Digital Terrain Model DTM and Digital Surface Model DSM). To produce such kind of models of elevation for the entire area of D...
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The west coast of Africa, from southern Senegal to Sierra Leone, is characterised by extensive mangrove vegetation, interspersed with rice-fields and tidal flats. Many millions of people live in this area and depend on its resources - rice, fish, wood etc. The region is of great biological importance, particularly since it harbours extensive wetlan...
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The Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve includes 200000 ha inland water areas, which produce an important fish resources, the total catches use varies between 4000-8000 tons per year. The implementation of sustainable use strategy as a part of fisheries management means the knowledge of the population status and simulation of intermediate and long term...
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The work presents two major applications of CLC 1990 in Romania. The first application, requested by Romanian Waters National Administration, analyse the Romanian land cover of the Danube River catchments area upstream the hydrological monitoring stations accord- ing with the monitoring and information network EUROWATERNET designed by the Euro- pea...

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