Latest Issue (1/2018)


Volume 13, Pages 1-137, (March 2018)

Articles 1 - 12
1 Remote Sensing Based Assessment of Variation of Spatial Disparities
Page 1-9
József BENEDEK, Kinga IVAN (Miskolc, Hungary & Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
2 Heat Waves Frequency. A Study Case of Iasi City, Romania (1961-2016)
Page 10-19
Roxana Simona BOCANCEA (Iaşi, Romania & Metz, France)
3 Multiresolution Analysis in the Visible Spectrum of Landsat-TM Images Through Wavelet Transform
Page 20-29
Marilyn CEPEDA, Iván PALACIOS, Alfonso TIERRA, Eduardo KIRBY (Sangolquí, Ecuador)
4 The Creativity Index Growth Rate in the Czech Republic: a Spatial Approach
Page 30-40
Markéta CHALOUPKOVÁ, Josef KUNC, Zdeněk DVOŘÁK (Brno, Czech Republic)
5 Geomedia Role for Mountain Routes Development. Mesehe and Pisoiu Waterfall Comparative Study
Page 41-51
Ni Made ERNAWATI, Adrian TORPAN, Mihai VODA (Jimabaran, Indonesia; Jönköping, Sweden & Targu Mures, Romania)
6 The "Base Map" for Urban Planning: Cartographic Representation as a Fundamental Tool for the Representation of the Town Plan
Page 52-61
Jordi GOMIS, Carlos TURÓN (Tarragona, Spain)
7 Assessment of Effectiveness of Coastal Protection Structures for Ensuring a Constant Lagoon-Sea Water Exchange in the North-Western Black Sea Region
Page 62-72
Dmytro KUSHNIR, Yuri TUCHKOVENKO (Odessa, Ukraine)
8 Balancing Soil Parameters and Farmers Budget by Feature Selection and Ordered Weighted Averaging
Page 73-84
Marzieh MOKARRAM, Mehran SHAYGAN, George Ch. MILIARESIS (Darab, Tehran, Iran & Athens, Greece)
9 Land Cover and Temperature Implications for the Seasonal Evapotranspiration in Europe
Page 85-108
Mărgărit-Mircea NISTOR, Titus Cristian MAN, Mostafa Ali BENZAGHTA, Nikhil NEDUMPALLILE VASU, Ştefan DEZSI, Richard KIZZA (Singapore; Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Sirte, Libya & Keyworth, UK)
10 Vulnerability Analysis for two Accident Scenarios at an Upper-Tier Seveso Establishment in Romania
Page 109-118
Lucrina ŞTEFĂNESCU, Camelia BOTEZAN, Iulia CRĂCIUN (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
11 Localization Theory of Regional Development and Agglomeration Effects: a Case Study of the ICT Sector in the Czech Republic
Page 119-129
Kamila TUREČKOVÁ (Karvina, Czech Republic)
12 Methods of Maximum Discharge Computation in Ungauged River Basins. Review of Procedures in Romania
Page 130-137
Anna Izabella VODA, Adrian Constantin SARPE, Mihai VODA (Cluj-Napoca, Targu Mures, Romania & Metz, France)