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        Abstract - Issue Sep 2017, 38 (5)                                                                                                             Back

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Geomorphic attributes involved in sustainable ecosystem management scenarios for the Ignis-Gutai Mountains Romania


M. Ilies1, G. Ilies1*, M. Hotea1 and  J.A. Wendt2

1Extension of Sighetu Marmatiei, Faculty of Geography, “Babes-Bolyai” University, Sighetu Marmatiei, 435 500, Romania

2 Department of Regional Development Geography, University of Gdansk, Gdansk,   80-309, Poland

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Key words

Exploratory scenario,

Geomorphic attributes,

Integrative scenario,

Ignis-Gutai Mountains




Publication Data

Paper received :   18.10.2016 

Revised received :  25.06.2017                    

Accepted : 27.06.2017



Aim: The paper presents the geomorphic attributes involved in a scenario for sustainable ecosystem management in several protected areas of Ignis-Gutai Mountains Romania.


Methodology: Geoforms are frequently used to substantiate decisions or to communicate impact assessment tools, due to their supporting role and to the readable features on maps. The present study used a multi-scale and layered approach, forged for the goals of the local stakeholders (including discussions with them and with the scientific community).  


Results: Different types of scenarios, integrative and explorative versions, for the Local Action Group Mara-Gutai (an intercommunal private-public association that acts as a main funding body for small development projects in the area) served to determine the relevance of geomorphic attributes involved in the sustainable ecosystem management scenario.


Interpretation: Morphographic, morphometric and morphogenetic approaches highlight the importance of communicating these scenarios via a set of maps and graphs focusing on geoforms.



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