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Ecoterra, No. 10, p. 9, 2006

Carmen ROBA
Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai din Cluj-Napoca, Facultatea de Ştiinţa Mediului

Abstract: We have made an overview of the level of knowledge of the geothermal resources in Romania. We emphasized the energetic potential of geothermy and we gave some examples of geothermal resources in Romania.
Key words: geothermy, resources, energy, Romania

Ecoterra, No. 10, pp. 21-23, 2006

Grigore VLAD, Andrea-Melinda SZŐCS, Mircea CRĂCIUN
S.C. ICPE Bistriţa S.A.

Abstract: The modular approach to the treament of wastewater provides the user with a compact, easy to operate and cost effective priced unit. The package tratment systems have an exceptional track record as an efficient method of wastewater treatment. These plants can require a fraction of the space needed by other types of system and utilizes a multi-step treatment process to achieve the desired final discharge requirements.
Key words: wastewater, treatment plant, environment

Ecoterra, No. 10, pp. 26-28, 2006

Pavel FETEA, Mihai SÂRB, Radu DULĂU
Direcţia Apelor Someş-Tisa, Cluj-Napoca
Sistemul de Gospodărire a Apelor Bistriţa-Năsăud

Abstract: The paper examins „Târlişua phenomenon” that occured in 20-21 of June 2006 in Ilişua river basin from the hydromorphological analysis point of view.
Key words: flood, Ilişua river, environment, impact

Ecoterra, No. 10, pp. 29-31, 2006

Universitatea TRANSILVANIA Braşov

Abstract: An increasing number of peoples seeks some answers regarding the effects ot electromagnatic radiation on physical and psychical human health. The studies qouted in this article show there are no evidences concerning the mutagenous effect of electromagnetic radiation, but the research continous. The only evidenced negative effects are those regarding the decrease of vigillance in auto traphic.
Key words: mobile telephony, electromagnetic radiation, human health, negative effects

Ecoterra, No. 10, pp. 32-34, 2006

Sevastiţa VRACIU, Cristina STAN

Abstract: Through the passive treatment, biological and chemical reactions take place naturally, thus improving mine waters treatment. This process has more advantages against the conventional treatment systems: there is no more need for chemical substances and energy consumption, and the functioning and maintenance requirements of passive systems are fewer than in the case of conventional water treatment systems.
Key words: passive water treatment, acid waters, mine waters

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