This paper is the result of collaboration of specialists from various universities: Dr. Cristina Sound has developed scientific activity in the Institute of Geography of the Romanian Academy and is currently teaching at the University of Hyperion - Bucharest Univ. researcher Dr. Mircea lip is gr. I Institute of Geography of the Romanian Academy and professor at the University Lucian Blaga - Sibiu, Dr. Mihaela Sencovici is teaching at the University of Wallachia - Targoviste. This paper addresses and graduate students interested in understanding the complex relationships that led to the current global distribution of plant and animal communities, part of the geographical landscape. It is useful to those concerned with biodiversity conservation and ecological tourism.
Synthetic approach these issues
• Relationships organisms abiotic and biotic environmental factors
• anthropic factors, including the issue of endangered species, synanthropic, introduced, invasive
• Evolution of the world while living in close contact with land configuration changes over geological
• Regionarea biogeographical
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Cristina Muica Cristina graduated in 1962 Orthodox Faculty of Geology-Geography, University of Bucharest, Department of Geography, Biology.
He obtained his Ph.D. in geography in 1984.
Between 1965-2000 he worked as a researcher at the Institute of Geography of the Romanian Academy, Department of Physical Geography, the team of Biogeography.
Is associate professor since 1988.
He initially taught at the University of Targoviste Wallachia, now operating at Hyperion University of Bucharest, Faculty of History-Geography.