patriche cristian valeriu
patriche cristian valeriu
Romanian Academy, Department of Iasi, Geography Group
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TitleCited byYear
Aspects regarding soil erosion spatial modeling using the USLE/RUSLE within GIS
CV Patriche, V Căpăţână, DL Stoica
Geographia Technica 2, 87-97, 2006
Landslide susceptibility assessment: GIS application to a complex mountainous environment
A Grozavu, S Pleşcan, CV Patriche, MC Mărgărint, B Roşca
The Carpathians: Integrating Nature and Society Towards Sustainability, 31-44, 2013
Podişul Central Moldovenesc dintre râurile Vaslui şi Stavnic: studiu de geografie fizică
CV Patriche
Terra Nostra, 2005
Assessing the spatial variability of coefficients of landslide predictors in different regions of Romania using logistic regression
MC Margarint, A Grozavu, CV Patriche
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 13 (12), 3339, 2013
A comparative analysis of binary logistic regression and analytical hierarchy process for landslide susceptibility assessment in the Dobrov River Basin, Romania
CV Patriche, R Pirnau, A Grozavu, B Rosca
Pedosphere 26 (3), 335-350, 2016
The analysis of the relationship between climatic water deficit and corn agricultural productivity in the Dobrogea plateau
R Prăvălie, I Sirodoev, CV Patriche, G Bandoc, D Peptenatu
Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences 9 (4), 201-214, 2014
Cercetări geologice în podişul moldovenesc
MD David, I Donisă, M Brânzilă, CV Patriche
Editura Universităţii" Alexandru Ioan Cuza", 2010
Indici şi metode cantitative utilizate în climatologie
S Cheval, AE Croitoru, D Dragne, C Dragotă, O Gaceu, CV Patriche, ...
Editura Universităţii din Oradea, Oradea, 2003
Spatial assessment of land degradation sensitive areas in southwestern Romania using modified MEDALUS method
R Prăvălie, I Săvulescu, C Patriche, M Dumitraşcu, G Bandoc
Catena 153, 114-130, 2017
Landslide susceptibility assessment in the Brăieşti-Sineşti sector of Iaşi cuesta
A Grozavu, MC Mărgărint, CV Patriche
Carpathian Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences 7 (1), 39-46, 2012
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
Metode statistice aplicate în climatologie
CV Patriche
Terra Nostra, 2009
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
Spatio-temporal trends of mean air temperature during 1961–2009 and impacts on crop (maize) yields in the most important agricultural region of Romania
R Prăvălie, G Bandoc, C Patriche, M Tomescu
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 31 (8), 1923-1939, 2017
Water deficit and corn productivity during the post-socialist period. Case study: Southern Oltenia drylands, Romania
R Prăvălie, CV Patriche, I Sirodoev, G Bandoc, M Dumitraşcu, ...
Arid Land Research and Management 30 (3), 239-257, 2016
Gis applications in viticulture: the spatial distribution analysis of slope inclination and slope exposure in Huşi vine growing centre–Huşi vineyard
L Irimia, CV Patriche
Cercetari agronomice in Moldova 44 (1), 51-59, 2011
Shifts in climate suitability for wine production as a result of climate change in a temperate climate wine region of Romania
LM Irimia, CV Patriche, H Quenol, L Sfîcă, C Foss
Theoretical and applied climatology 131 (3-4), 1069-1081, 2018
Analysis of viticultural potential and delineation of homogeneous viticultural zones in a temperate climate region of Romania
LM Irimia, CV Patriche, H Quénol
OENO One 48 (3), 145-167, 2014
Evaluating the ecological suitability of the vineyards, by using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
L Irimia, CV Patriche
Cercetari Agronomice în Moldova XLIII 1, 2010
Spatial assessment of wind power potential at global scale. A geographical approach
G Bandoc, R Prăvălie, C Patriche, M Degeratu
Journal of Cleaner Production 200, 1065-1086, 2018
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