Andreea Nita
Andreea Nita
Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest
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Collaboration networks in applied conservation projects across Europe
A Nita, L Rozylowicz, S Manolache, CM Ciocănea, IV Miu, VD Popescu
PLoS One 11 (10), e0164503, 2016
Power, influence and structure in Natura 2000 governance networks. A comparative analysis of two protected areas in Romania
S Manolache, A Nita, CM Ciocanea, VD Popescu, L Rozylowicz
Journal of environmental management 212, 54-64, 2018
Perception and use of landscape concepts in the procedure of Environmental Impact Assessment: Case study—Switzerland and Romania
A Niţă, A Buttler, L Rozylowicz, I Pătru-Stupariu
Land use policy 44, 145-152, 2015
Natura 2000 in Romania–a decade of governance challenges
S Manolache, CM Ciocanea, L Rozylowicz, A Nita
European Journal of Geography 8 (2), 24-34, 2017
Recipe for success: A network perspective of partnership in nature conservation
L Rozylowicz, A Nita, S Manolache, CM Ciocanea, VD Popescu
Journal for Nature Conservation 38, 21-29, 2017
A network approach for understanding opportunities and barriers to effective public participation in the management of protected areas
A Nita, CM Ciocanea, S Manolache, L Rozylowicz
Social Network Analysis and Mining 8 (1), 31, 2018
Navigating protected areas networks for improving diffusion of conservation practices
L Rozylowicz, A Nita, S Manolache, VD Popescu, T Hartel
Journal of environmental management 230, 413-421, 2019
What is the spatial link between the Roman civilisation and cultural landscape in Romania?
RC Stoiculescu, AE Huzui, A Gavrilidis, A Niţă, IG Pătru-Stupariu, I Călin, ...
Journal of Maps 10 (2), 297-307, 2014
Empowering impact assessments knowledge and international research collaboration-A bibliometric analysis of Environmental Impact Assessment Review journal
A Nita
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 78, 106283, 2019
Disentangling the connections: A network analysis of approaches to urban green infrastructure
DL Badiu, A Nita, CI Iojă, MR Niţă
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 41, 211-220, 2019
Movement ecology of brown bears (Ursus arctos) in the Romanian Eastern Carpathians
IM Pop, L Bereczky, S Chiriac, R Iosif, A Nita, VD Popescu, L Rozylowicz
Nature conservation 26, 15, 2018
Who is researching biodiversity hotspots in Eastern Europe? A case study on grasslands from Romania
A Nita, T Hartel, S Manolache, CMM Ciocanea, IV Miu, L Rozylowicz
PlosOne 14 (5), e0217638, 2019
Empirical analysis and modeling of Argos Doppler location errors in Romania
L Rozylowicz, FP Bodescu, CM Ciocanea, AA Gavrilidis, S Manolache, ...
PeerJ 7, e6362, 2019
Real-World Application of Ego-Network Analysis to Evaluate Environmental Management Structures
A Nita, S Manolache, CM Ciocanea, L Rozylowicz
From Security to Community Detection in Social Networking Platforms, 1-16, 2019
Conservation priorities for terrestrial mammals in Dobrogea Region, Romania
IV Miu, GB Chisamera, VD Popescu, R Iosif, A Nita, S Manolache, ...
ZooKeys, 133, 2018
A social network approach to diagnose public participation in protected areas management. Insights from a Natura 2000 case study
A Nita, S Manolache, CM Ciocanea, L Rozylowicz
Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in …, 2017
Characterizing protected areas management using ego-networks
A Nita, S Manolache, CM Ciocanea, L Rozylowicz
Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in …, 2017
Are nature-based solutions a new approach in post-industrial regeneration projects?
MDR Pânzaru, C Ioja, A Niță
Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences 15 (1), 179-188, 2020
Understanding human-nature connections through value networks: the case of ancient wood-pastures from Central Romania
T Hartel, A Nita, L Rozylowicz
Sustainability Science, 2020
Governance networks around grasslands with contrasting management history
S Manolache, A Nita, T Hartel, IV Miu, CM Ciocanea, L Rozylowicz
bioRxiv, 2020
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