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Nicolae CIANG
Geographia Napocensis , 2009,
Abstract: M rginimea Sibiului. The Touristic Potential, Arrangement and Capitalization. This study accomplishes an analytical approach of the main components of the primary touristic offer which are imposed in the individualization of the touristic personality of M rginimea Sibiului. Within the touristic potential of the natural background, the morpho-landscape components related to the Candrel and ureanu Mountains stand out, at which the hydrographical network and especially the lacustrian surfaces are to be added. These, together with the biotic layer, contribute to the individualization of some protected areas (reservations) of a high scientific and landscape value. The rural civilization and culture particularizes the M rginimea Sibiului as one of the most representative ones, related to the pastoral activities, involved rural communities and the resulted habitate on the length of a more than a half of a millenium. All of these are reasons of a complex touristic arrangement, among which the rural touristic board and lodgings become more and more established.
Nicolae CIANG
Geographia Napocensis , 2008,
Abstract: The Romanian Sector of Tisa Basin – Potential and Touristic Infrastructure. This geographical space of a great complexity, afferent to the Romanian sector of Tisa Basin, is to be noticed by the components of the natural and anthropical background, which confers originality and attractivity to the touristic potential belonging to some major geographical regions: the Carpathians, Transylvania Depression, the Western Hills and Plain. In this respect, attractivities related to all the landscape categories of the glaciary, volcanic and sedimentary-calcareous Carpathian relief impose themselves, doubled by a climatic and hydrographic potential, with multiple valences. The anthropical patrimony, related to a complex historical evolution of the human community, is to be observed by a structure and a multicultural affiliation, resulted from the cohabitation and the contribution of the Romanian, Hungarian and German communities. In time, a touristic infrastructure was realized, belonging to the resorts of different functional profiles, complexities and dimensions, to cities and rural settlements, leading to a spatial repartition, with concentrations and dispersions attached to the primary, natural and anthropical touristic offer.
Wooden Churches - A Representative Component in the Cultural Rural Landscape of Transylvania
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2007,
Abstract: This paper analyses one of the most representative components of the rural religious material culture – the wooden churches – typical for the historical province of Transylvania and especially for Maramure . Wooden churches are specific for the rural space inhabited by the Romanian communities, with an accented character of conservatism and preservation of the traditions from Maramure , the Some Plateau and the Apuseni Mountains. The physiognomic architectural characteristics and the technique of the buildings, joining the archaic means with a science of equilibrium and of wood resistance have imposed this category of objectives, offering originality and even uniqueness to the rural landscape to which they belong.
Regions with Integrated Tourist Arrangements. Case Study: the North-West Development Region
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2005,
Abstract: Tourist arrangements, the consumption of the tourist product, tourist demand are spatially and geographically structured and they lead to specific types and forms of tourism. The tourist and geographical regions have different potentials or a specialized potential. These regions are to be found at the contact between territorial units with mutual polarization and where there are double or multiple functional junctions. In the North-West Region, there are integrated inter-county, inter-region, or even cross-border touristic provision.
Nicolae CIANG,Iuliu VESCAN
Geographia Napocensis , 2007,
Abstract: Capitalization of the Middle Mountains’ Touristic Offer. Case Study: Vl deasa Massif. The authors make a study upon one of the most specific mountainous massifs of Apuseni Mountains – the Vl deasa Massif, with the purpose of its touristic capitalization. In order to do that, there are analysed the impact and the promoting factors related to the natural touristic potential of the relief, the climate, waters and the biogeographical layer with a peculiar value, at which the component of anthropic touristic patrimony is to be added, with a special view upon the rural traditional civilization and culture, with many elements of originality. Their value is emphasized by a communication potential marked by the proximity route of E60 road thoroughfare and by those three roads with a perpendicular penetration on E60. The touristic infrastructure of accommodation, that is rather sketchy and is placed predominantly on the out-skirts, can be made up in a base for a complex arrangement of the massif, stimulating the practicing of types and forms of tourism, which would generate an intense touristic circulation, in which its character of seasonality would lead towards continuous touristic flows.
The Tourist Regionalisation of Dobrudja
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2006,
Abstract: Taking into account tourism types and forms, the features of the natural, social, and of the economic environment, the attractive resources, and the touristic infrastructure, Dobrudja is a region consisting of four areas: the Danube river meadow, the Danube Delta and the Razim-Sinoie lake complex, the South-Dobrudjan seacoast, and the Dobrudjan Tableland. The main features of this touristic region are: diverse and attractive resources favourable for the development of two touristic activity categories characteristic of this region (e.g. ecotourism and agritourism); curative resources favourable for spas and recreational tourism; entertaining opportunities; the highest density of tourist areas in Romania.
The Incentive Components of the Tourist Offer from the Romanian Tisa Basin – Major Markers of the Regional Tourist Development Strategy
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2010,
Abstract: This paper makes a thoroughly analysis of the main factors which stimulate and define the tourism in the Tisa River basin in concerning both the primary touristic offer (the natural and the anthropic frame) and the infra-structural components, in order to identify the main opportunities of tourism development that are to be found as well as to prefigure the direction of this field’s development, which points out a real potential from this point of view. Consequently, after a preliminary identification of the whole range of tourist resources that are implied or can be implied in making the attractive endowment of the analysed region, we establish the main planning priorities, so that – on this basis – to indicate the main types of tourism and the possible tourist arrangements whose practising and, respectively, achievement, would permit the plenary integration of the Tisa River basin into the regional, national, and international tourist circuits.
Nicolae CIANG,Cristina P?TRA?CU
Geographia Napocensis , 2010,
Abstract: Trends in sustainable development of tourism in Romania. This study focuses on a thorough analysis of tourism in Romania, by underlining the issues that support the prerequisites of sustainable development concept. Firstly, we highlight the management and planning patterns of thermal and mineral water in the current health resorts, where hidrographical resources have been used for centuries and have not yet been exhausted. The tourist potential of the Romanian Carpathians and the Black Sea has enabled the development of various forms of tourism and tourist infrastructure suitable for both primary and derived offer. Romania’s integration into the European Union, as well as its complying with the regulations of market economy have led to establishing a new globalized tourism, based on sustainable development, regarding mainly the cultural and rural tourism.
A Class of Schur Multipliers on Some Quasi-Banach Spaces of Infinite Matrices
Nicolae Popa
Journal of Function Spaces and Applications , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/142731
Abstract: We characterize the Schur multipliers of scalar type acting on scattered classes of infinite matrices.
Revue Roumaine de Géographie , 2012,
Abstract: Because the soil units have a double nature, genetic and geographic (“double identity”), not completely reflected by the system of soiltaxonomy, it was proposed to complete the name of the soil taxa by some additional aspects, named regional and local soil facies. These soil facies refer to the soil differentiating features of regional and respectively local significance. The soil name according to the soil taxonomy will be completed with the names of regional andlocal soil facies, generally geographic terms; for example F g ra skeletal loamy sand, Carpathian, Leptic-Entic Podzol. Of course, the system of soil facies entities, the criteria of differentiation and terminology of the delineated units needs to be discussed and to be agreed on. The European taxonomies could also be completed in this way with specific moisture and temperature regimes and other site characteristics. This particularization of the soil entities using soil facies can be carried on to the individualization of each soil area (delineation) in the framework of an information system and database correlated with the cadastral survey.
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