Editura Universitara Environments and Geographical Regions

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ISBN: 978-973-749-494-8

Publisher year: 2010

Edition: I

Pages: 464

Publisher: Universitară

Author: Ion Marin, Marian Marin

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This volume aims to bring to the attention of students, specialists and those interested in approaching the environment in general, assessments, data, interpretations and locations in this direction.
The media, as presented here, correspond to the unanimous acceptance, but with inherent regional interpretations.
The degree of anthropization, an element of substance in the current evolution and perspective of the environmental landscapes, enjoyed a special attention being allocated a corresponding volume of pages. It reflects, through the global, regional, sequential treatment, etc., important moments of human pressure in one place or another on the globe, the consequences and the attitude of the society towards the consequences.
It is intended to be a complex work, which also took into account an extremely rich literature, often the opinions being different and therefore presented as such.
As members of a global community, we all need some basic scientific principles but also elements that anchor us in social, political or economic reality, realities that affect the collective environment. We wanted to bring together all these concepts and perspectives, data provided by the natural sciences and social sciences, to create a common basis for understanding environmental issues.
We express our conviction that students and specialized teachers will find this volume a means, a tool at hand with which to operate in the infinite complexity of the environment.

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ION MARIN
MARIAN MARIN

 

Part I. EXTRATROPICAL ENVIRONMENTS / 9
„Polar and circumpolar environment (of ice, tundra, Ocean - Arctic and Antarctic) / 9
a) Location (typical regions) / 9
b) Environmental factors / 9
c) The degree of anthropization / 26
Polar and circumpolar mountain environment / 30

Chapter 1. TEMPERATE ENVIRONMENT - BOREAL FOREST AREA (transcontinental forests) / 48
a) Location (typical regions) / 48
b) Environmental factors / 48
c) Degree of anthropization (regional approach Central and Southern Sweden; Western and Southern Norway; Great Lakes St. Lawrence (Canada) / 65

Chapter 2. TEMPERATE ENVIRONMENT LEAF FOREST AREA (STRONGLY HUMANIZED) / 77
a) Location (typical regions) / 77
b) Environmental factors / 77
c) Regional varieties of deciduous forest environment / 91
d) Degree of anthropization (synthetic approach, particular approach, sequential, on sample of detail) / 94
Temperate mountain environment in the area of ​​boreal and deciduous forests / 125
a) Mountains located in the boreal forest area. Scandinavian Mountains, Western Cordillera of Canada, Northeast Siberian, Kamchatka Peninsula Mountains, Altai Mountains / 125
b) Mountainous regions located in regions with interference of forestry, boreal and temperate forests / 132
c) Mountainous regions located in the area of ​​temperate forests. Alps, Caucasus Mountains, Karakorum – Himalayas, Southern Andes / 142

Chapter 3. THE TEMPERATE ENVIRONMENT OF THE STEPPE AND THE PRAIRIE / 201
a) Location (typical regions) / 201
b) Environmental factors (generators, influences and modifiers, reflectors = identification) / 201
c) Degree of anthropization - (Regional approach) / 210
Temperate mountain environment in the steppe and prairie area. Tian Shan Mountains, Kunlun, Xizang Plateau (Tibet) / 217

Chapter 4. SUBTROPICAL ENVIRONMENT (MEDITERRANEAN) / 222
a) Location (typical regions) / 222
b) Environmental factors / 222
c) Degree of anthropization (sequential analysis, regional analysis, hydrographic basin analysis, global analysis) / 233
Mountainous subtropical environment. Pyrenees-Galicia and Cantabrian Mountains, Betica Mountains (Andalusia Mountains), Catalonia Mountains, Apennine Mountains; The plans of Croatia; The Dinaric Mountains; Albania, Pindus, Thrace and Macedonia; Stara Planina Mountains (Balkans), Srednagora, Pirin and Rila; Pontic and Taurus Mountains; South China Mountains; Mountains of Central and Southern Japan; US Cordillera; Atlas Mountains; Southeast Australian Mountains. New Zealand Mountains; Mountains of Iran; Afghanistan and Pakistan / 265

PART II INTERTROPICAL ENVIRONMENTS / 324

CHAPTER 5. THE ENVIRONMENT OF HOT AND WET REGIONS = EQUATORIAL / 324
a) Location (typical regions) / 324
b) Environmental factors (generators, influences and modifiers, reflectors = identification). / 324
c) Degree of anthropization / 330

Chapter 6. ENVIRONMENT OF HOT AND SEMI-WET REGIONS = monsoon (tropical) / 333
a) Location (typical regions) / 333
b) Environmental factors / 333
c) Degree of anthropization / 340

Chapter 7. THE WARM AND SEMIUMED ENVIRONMENT OF THE EAST COASTS SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF TROLLEYS (northeast and southeast) / 344
a) Location (typical regions) / 344
b) Environmental factors / 344

Chapter 8. SEMIUMED ENVIRONMENT OF WINTER GREEN TROPICAL FORESTS AND SAVANAS / 350
a) Location (typical regions) / 350
b) Environmental factors / 350

Chapter 9. ENVIRONMENT OF HOT AND DRY REGIONS (semi-deserts and deserts) / 362
a) Location (typical regions) / 362
b) Environmental factors / 367
c) The degree of anthropization / 386
Mountain environment in intertropical regions. Northern and Central Andes, Indochina Mountains and Indonesian Mountains, Sierras of Mexico, Arabian Mountains, High East Africa, Ethiopian-Somali Plateau, Sahara Mountains, Maoke-Central-Owen Stanley Mountains (New Guinea) / 404

BIBLIOGRAPHY / 462

This volume aims to bring to the attention of students, specialists and those interested in approaching the environment in general, assessments, data, interpretations and locations in this direction.
The media, as presented here, correspond to the unanimous acceptance, but with inherent regional interpretations.
The degree of anthropization, an element of substance in the current evolution and perspective of the environmental landscapes, enjoyed a special attention being allocated a corresponding volume of pages. It reflects, through the global, regional, sequential treatment, etc., important moments of human pressure in one place or another on the globe, the consequences and the attitude of the society towards the consequences.
It is intended to be a complex work, which also took into account an extremely rich literature, often the opinions being different and therefore presented as such.
As members of a global community, we all need some basic scientific principles but also elements that anchor us in social, political or economic reality, realities that affect the collective environment. We wanted to bring together all these concepts and perspectives, data provided by the natural sciences and social sciences, to create a common basis for understanding environmental issues.
We express our conviction that students and specialized teachers will find this volume a means, a tool at hand with which to operate in the infinite complexity of the environment.

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