Madalina Marian, Andreea Natalia Matei
Full Text PDF | green space, cadastre, field identification, vegetation.

Regardless of belonging and purpose, green spaces contribute to the improvement of the environment, maintaining ecological balance, improve assortment of ornamental plants, maintain and protect precious natural objects and harmonization between artificial and natural landscape in order to achieve a favorable ambience with the development of anthropogenic activities. Green space is a harmonized architectural system, consisting of urban and rural elements (natural landscapes, areas of watercourses and water bodies, road construction, horticultural and residential elements), being aesthetic, biological and ecological important, which cover, usually, a vegetation community (woody tree, shrub, floricultural and herbaceous) and animals community. The aims of green cadastre are contributing to the proper maintenance of all species of plants, trees and shrubs. By subject matter and results, this paper is a first step in achieving of green cadastre in Pitesti. The results can be used by local government to start green cadastre of the city.

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ISSN (online) 2284-953X
ISSN (CD-ROM) 2284-9521
ISSN-L 2284-9521
Publisher University of Pitesti, EUP