Cristiana Marcu, Lucian Constantin Dincă
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The geomorphology of a vast territory can be analyzed based on data from forest management plans as these characterize the part of a territory occupied by forests. In addition, these plans are extremely detailed for small surfaces, on only a few hectares. Based on these aspects, the present article studies the geomorphology of the Curvature Sub-Carpathians by considering a large number of data from forest management plans realized for state forests located in this area. The data includes relief, field configuration, field aspect, slope and altitude. Field configuration is 90% undulated, while the average altitude is of 600 m. The slopes range between 200 and 300, amounting to 70%, while the ones larger than 400 represent 6% of the studied territory in Pascov (604 ha), Vintilă Vodă (422 ha), and Cislău Forest Districts (400 ha).
Cite this paper: Marcu, C., Dincă, L.C. (2021). THE GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE CURVATURE SUB-CARPATHIANS BASED ON DATA FROM FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANS . Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 10(19), 194-200. https://doi.org/10.47068/ctns.2021.v10i19.026