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Relevant Geological Features in Terms of Regional Geography Analysis and Their Graphical Representation. Case Study: the Land of Haţeg



Regional geography studies should approach the interrelations between the components of the territorial system and highlight those distinguishing features which will act as levers for future development. Speaking of the geological features, the graphical representation both of the evolution and of the current situation is considered important. Cartographic resources and the GIS software make possible many spatial analyses that can help in quantifying the implications of the geological evolution on the present state of a region. The cartographic representation in regional context of the deposits was considered necessary for the Land of Haţeg, as well as the reference to the national tectonic context. Together with these, the spatial representation of mineral resources, the evolution of the exploitation sites, as well as the potentially attractive areas were the subject of another chart, where graphics were inserted to quantitatively highlight the impact of the petrographic features on the morphometric parameters

Topics: geological evolution, petrographic features, morphometric parameters, regional geography, graphical representation, GIS software, Land of Hațeg, Geography (General), G1-922
Publisher: Cluj University Press
Year: 2015
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