Vatuiu Teodora

Vatuiu Teodora
Titu Maiorescu University | UTM · Stiinte economice

Associate Professor PhD

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Winter stream temperatures, though infrequently studied, exert important influences on aquatic communities. To quantify effects of watershed physical characteristics on stream winter thermal regime, 54 streams (watershed area = 0.2–7.9 km2; altitude < 1300 m) on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA were monitored hourly for 4 years. During the st...
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This study represents a major new collaboration between two State of Washington institutions, the WA Department of Natural Resources (WADNR) and the University of Washington (UW)’s Olympic Natural Resource Center (ONRC), and other key academic and federal research agencies. This multi-agency experiment, called the Type-3 Watershed Experiment, was d...
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Instream wood plays an important role in stream morphology and creation of fish habitat in conifer forests throughout the temperate zone. In some regions, such as the US Pacific Northwest, many streams currently have reduced amounts of instream wood due to past management activities (timber harvest, wood removal, etc.). These reductions exist again...
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Despite decades of research into air and stream temperature dynamics, paired annual air-water temperature signals have been underutilized to characterize watershed processes. Annual stream temperature dynamics are useful in classifying fundamental thermal regimes and can enhance process-based interpretation of stream temperature controls, including...
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Adaptive management is a systematic approach to learning from outcomes to improve management. Although its virtues are commonly praised, it has been implemented infrequently in natural resource management because of the challenges of developing a feasible process that can be sustained over time. Our analysis of regional experiences from private, st...
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Many of the ecological processes in the riparian forests and streams across the Pacific Northwest have become impaired through production forestry practices common prior to the 1990s. Some of these practices included forest harvest without stream buffers, removal of instream wood, road construction and use, and harvesting large proportions of water...
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Total public debt represents all monetary obligations of the state (government, public institutions, financial, administrative-territorial units) at a time, resulting from internal and external loans (in lei and foreign currencies) contracted on short, medium and long term, and the state treasury and its own obligations for the amounts advanced tem...
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The activity of the financial auditors is regulated by International Standards of Revision for financial situations and information, through which the fundamental procedures and principles for this kind of missions are established. CIEL Audit and Revisi
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E-learning is learning based on information technologies, and particularly based on the Interne educational system has a lot of advantages, such as flexibility, availability, time and resources savings and it respects the individual learning rhythm of eac
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The local economical development is part of the general logic for the decentralization process, offering substance to the local autonomy, because we can’t assure at local level only the obligation for the assurance of administrative activities, keeping at the same time the economic levers in the center. In this context we can also include the effor...
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This paper illustrates the value of interoperability in the delivery of Government e-services: Government-to-Government, business-to-Government and citizen-to-Government. It describes the many issues involved in achieving successful interoperability programs-together with the tools, technologies and standards that help make this possible.
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The role of a system for the control of the data bases and the facilities offered by it is highly important in the success and performance of an executive informatics system. From this point of view, the analyze will take into account the facilities of working with evolved data bases and storages of data, the implementation of some OLAP functionali...
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This research presents the main methods of database fragmentation in distributed systems. First, the steps of the distributed database design are presented. Then the fragmentation rules and the fragmentation types is described followed by the presentation of a mixed fragmentation methodology for initial distributed database design based on a graphi...

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