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Mirela Anghelache

Mirela Anghelache
Institute of Geodynamics of Romanian Academy · Dynamics of Litosphere

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Methane occurrences displaying signatures of a possible abiotic origin had previously been reported in the South‐West Carpathians (Romania). Such an accumulation, at Tisoviţa, was intercepted by a well drilled in an ophiolitic rocks massif, whereas in two other localities –situated tens of kilometers faraway – the concerned methane is released via...
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https://www.anuala.ro/proiecte/2019/224/ Anuala de Arhitectura București » Proiecte » Ediția 2019 » Cercetare prin arhitectură / Carte de arhitectură: Impactul hazardurilor naturale și antropice asupra ariilor urbane Autori: arh. Maria Bostenaru Dan, ing. geol. Mirela Adriana Anghelache, ing. constr. Andreea Duțu, geogr. Diana Alexandra Gheorghe (P...
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https://www.anuala.ro/proiecte/2019/190/ Anuala de Arhitectura București » Proiecte » Ediția 2019 » Cercetare prin arhitectură / Carte de arhitectură: Apa ca hazard și apa ca patrimoniu Autori: arh. Maria Bostenaru Dan, arh. Alex Dill, specialist relatii europene, fotograf Roxana Mihaly, peisagist, economist Maria Beatrice Andreucci, ing. geol. Mir...
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In the call of 2015, the European Geosciences Union funded the workshop "Water as hazard and water as heritage", to take place in Rome in the consecutive year. The frame for the workshop was given by the "Spazi aperti" (=open spaces) event at the Accademia di Romania a Roma, where the convener (Maria Bostenaru Dan) was a fellow that time on a topic...
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"Water as hazard and water as heritage" was an international workshop funded by the European Geosciences Union and run in frame of the "Spazi aperti" international event of the Romanian Academy in Rome, along with other cultural events. The "Spazi aperti" (open spaces) event is an international exhibition inviting the scholars in arts and humanitie...
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Water as hazard and water as heritage“ was an international workshop which took place in the framework of the Spazi Aperti (Open spaces) event at the Accademia di Romania in Rome, an event engaging international fellows in the capital of Italy. The workshop was a winner in the selection of the European Geosciences Union co-sponsored meetings compet...
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Each of the three major earthquakes (M w ≥ 6.9) recorded within the Vrancea seismogenic body in the years 1977, 1986 and 1990 may have been the result of long-range interactions. The latter seemed to be initiated in coincidence with a moderate (4.7 ≤ m b ≤ 4.9) shock that systematically occurred in the 160–175 km depth-range, 3–4 years in advance o...
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Within a slab experiencing present-day lateral break-off, a particular type of earthquakes is expected to cluster at the detachment horizon tip: namely, events generated by reverse faulting, with the approximately horizontal compression involved acting along the strike of the slab. Such a cluster of moderate magnitude earthquakes (4.7 ≤ mb ≤ 5.0) w...
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There has been analyzed the 1965-2015 time-series of shallow ( 60 km), during the 1977-1990 time interval, succeeded to trigger a subsequent enhancement of that shallow seismicity: presumably, by episodically unblocking channels along which high-pressure/ultra-high-pressure rocks were ascending, in a discontinuous process of exhumation, by the pres...
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Online Material: Vrancea earthquake catalogs. To date, no generally applicable procedure is available for distinguishing triggered earthquakes from other seismic events that occur, apparently randomly, within a certain region (see discussion in van der Elst and Brodsky, 2010). In particular, it is not habitual to utilize diagrams illustrating the...
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Early warning systems for earthquakes, based on the P wave's arrival at the surface, are very useful in reducing the industrial facilities vulnerability - specifically by turning off gas and electrical power supplies. Early warning systems may also save human lives, if the population was formerly subject to a coherent program of education and train...
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Identification of damages/changes that are affecting the underground water quality due to the effect of anthropogenic activities is often done after environmental problems have become evident, water potability being strongly affected. In this paper we will discuss the necessity of implementing non-invasive and non-destructive investigation tools in...
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This paper is a multidisciplinary presentation of the seismogenic area situated in the North-Dobrogea Orogen (Tulcea). This zone is characterized by significant crustal seismic activity, with crustal earthquakes of magnitude Ms ≥ 5.0 on the Richter scale. Geological and geophysical data for the area are presented. The seismicity of the region is pr...
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A six year-long hydrochemical monitoring operation was conducted in Vrancea seismic zone (Romania), addressing a saline spring that proved to be suitable for Na-K-Mg geothermometry diagnosis. During the considered time-interval (2003–2009), only one important earthquake (mb=5.8) occurred in Vrancea region, this circumstance providing an unambiguous...
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Instances of one anomalous episode detected in the Na-K-Mg geothermometry records of a spring have been associated by earlier investigations to one important seismic event. Alternatively, we address Na-K-Mg geothermometry records that included two anomalous episodes, which were, moreover, subject to dissimilar signatures, while different focal mech...
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At the southeast Carpathians bend, in Vrancea seismic zone, strong and very strong earthquakes (Mw ≥ 6) frequently occur at intermediate (subcrustal) depths (70-160 km), in a highly confined (30 x 60 km) epicentral area. Investigations addressing regularities in those earthquakes recurrence periods have so far been concerned just with the actual su...

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