Urmăriți
Pravalie Remus
Pravalie Remus
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geography
Nicio adresă de e-mail confirmată
Titlu
Citat de
Citat de
Anul
Drylands extent and environmental issues. A global approach
R Prăvălie
Earth-Science Reviews 161, 259-278, 2016
5542016
Nuclear energy: Between global electricity demand, worldwide decarbonisation imperativeness, and planetary environmental implications
R Prăvălie, G Bandoc
Journal of environmental management 209, 81-92, 2018
2232018
Arable lands under the pressure of multiple land degradation processes. A global perspective
R Prăvălie, C Patriche, P Borrelli, P Panagos, B Roșca, M Dumitrașcu, ...
Environmental Research 194, 110697, 2021
1862021
Spatial assessment of solar energy potential at global scale. A geographical approach
R Prăvălie, C Patriche, G Bandoc
Journal of Cleaner Production 209, 692-721, 2019
1642019
Nuclear Weapons Tests and Environmental Consequences: A Global Perspective
R Prăvălie
Ambio 43 (6), 729-744, 2014
1602014
Exploring the multiple land degradation pathways across the planet
R Prăvălie
Earth-Science Reviews 220, 103689, 2021
1302021
Recent changes in global drylands: Evidences from two major aridity databases
R Prăvălie, G Bandoc, C Patriche, T Sternberg
Catena 178, 209-231, 2019
1132019
Mapping flood and flooding potential indices: a methodological approach to identifying areas susceptible to flood and flooding risk. Case study: the Prahova catchment (Romania)
L Zaharia, R Costache, R Prăvălie, G Ioana-Toroimac
Frontiers of Earth Science 11 (2), 229-247, 2017
1072017
Major perturbations in the Earth's forest ecosystems. Possible implications for global warming
R Prăvălie
Earth-Science Reviews, 2018
1002018
Spatio-temporal changes of the climatic water balance in Romania as a response to precipitation and reference evapotranspiration trends during 1961–2013
R Prăvălie, A Piticar, B Roșca, L Sfîcă, G Bandoc, A Tiscovschi, ...
Catena 172, 295-312, 2019
932019
Quantification of land degradation sensitivity areas in Southern and Central Southeastern Europe. New results based on improving DISMED methodology with new climate data
R Prăvălie, C Patriche, G Bandoc
Catena 158, 309-320, 2017
922017
Detecting climate change effects on forest ecosystems in southwestern romania using landsat TM NDVI data
R Pravalie, I Sîrodoev, D Peptenatu
Journal of Geographical Sciences 24 (5), 815-832, 2014
872014
Spatial assessment of land degradation sensitive areas in southwestern Romania using modified MEDALUS method
R Prăvălie, I Săvulescu, C Patriche, M Dumitrașcu, G Bandoc
Catena 153, 114-130, 2017
682017
Spatial assessment of wind power potential at global scale. A geographical approach
G Bandoc, R Prăvălie, C Patriche, M Degeratu
Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018
662018
Changes in the forest ecosystems in areas impacted by aridization in south-western Romania
R Pravalie, I Sîrodoev, D Peptenatu
Journal of Environmental Health Science and Engineering 12 (1), 1, 2014
662014
NDVI-based ecological dynamics of forest vegetation and its relationship to climate change in Romania during 1987–2018
R Prăvălie, I Sirodoev, IA Nita, C Patriche, M Dumitrașcu, B Roșca, ...
Ecological Indicators 136, 108629, 2022
622022
Assessment and mapping of flood potential in the Slănic catchment in Romania
L Zaharia, R Costache, R Prăvălie, G Minea
Journal of Earth System Science 124 (6), 1311-1324, 2015
622015
Climatic water balance dynamics over the last five decades in Romania’s most arid region, Dobrogea
G Bandoc, R Prăvălie
Journal of Geographical Sciences 25 (11), 1307-1327, 2015
532015
Spatial assessment of land sensitivity to degradation across Romania. A quantitative approach based on the modified MEDALUS methodology
R Prăvălie, C Patriche, I Săvulescu, I Sîrodoev, G Bandoc, L Sfîcă
CATENA 187, 104407, 2020
512020
Quantification of the aridity process in south-western Romania
D Peptenatu, I Sîrodoev, R Pravalie
Journal of Environmental Health Science and Engineering 11 (1), 1, 2013
492013
Sistemul nu poate realiza operația în acest moment. Încercați din nou mai târziu.
Articole 1–20