Natural hazards prevention in Low Danube region
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SANDU, Ilie; ILIEŞ, Ion; SIDORENKO, Anatolie. Natural hazards prevention in Low Danube region. In: Environmental Challenges in Lower Danube Euroregion. 25-26 iunie 2015, Galaţi. Cluj-Napoca, România: Casa Cărţii de Ştiinţă, 2015, p. 50.
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Environmental Challenges in Lower Danube Euroregion 2015
Conferința "Environmental Challenges in Lower Danube Euroregion"
Galaţi, Romania, 25-26 iunie 2015

Natural hazards prevention in Low Danube region

Pag. 50-50

Sandu Ilie1, Ilieş Ion1, Sidorenko Anatolie2
1 Institute of Geology and Seismology, ASM,
2 Institute of the Electronic Engineering and Nanotechnologies "D. Ghitu" of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova
MIS ETC 1676 Cooperare interdisciplinară transfrontalieră pentru prevenirea dezastrelor naturale şi reducerea poluării mediului în Euroregiunea Dunărea de Jos
Disponibil în IBN: 14 iulie 2020


The southern part of Republic of Moldova and Low Danube region is under impact of natural hazards and anthropogenic pressure. This area is influenced by earthquakes of intermediate depth from the Vrancea seismic zone, situated in Romania. The prevention of negative impact from this hazard is based on the monitoring seismicity, conducting of the seismotectonic investigation, seismic hazard assessment, long-term earthquake prediction research, and engineering seismology. Seismic hazard is presented on different level by maps of seismic zoning and seismic micro-zoning, which were approved as normative documents for territory of Republic of Moldova. Natural geological hazards are also landslides, erosion, sensible properties of soil to water impact (liquefaction, densification). The mapping of geological hazards is a first step for the risk assessment from these events. Climatic hazards as storm rainfall, floods, drought, and hail have a strong impact to the environment and sustainable development of this region. The review of climate change impact to the climatic hazard events will demonstrate the importance of the study these natural processes. The complex approach for the assessment of the environmental condition is needed for the assessment of natural potential of Low Danube region including all natural and anthropogenic factors