THE COROLOGY, ECOLOGY AND PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF THE 91I0 FOREST HABITAT FROM THE DANUBE VALLEY, BETWEEN CIUPERCENI AND GHIDICI SETTLEMENTS, DOLJ COUNTY

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LXI, Issue 2
Written by Mariana NICULESCU, Silvestru Ilie NUȚĂ

The thematic area provided in this paper is situated in the Danube Valley, between the settlements Ciuperceni and Gidici, Dolj County. This area is studied in the Bailesti plain, on the fifth terrace of Danube, part of the Oltenia Plain. Throughout the protected area is under the continental climate with Mediterranean influences. Since geologically in this area meet recent alluvial deposits represented by carbonate sands and sandy deposits of wind origin. In this territory the biodiversity is very rich, the studied area including the protected area of community importance - ROSCI 0039 Ciuperceni-Desa. The most important habiat forest is 91I0 - Euro-Siberian steppic woods with Quercus spp. This habitat is edifies by Quercetum roboris balsicum Paun (1964) 1966 (Syn. Festuca rupicolae-Quercetum roboris Soó (1934) 1937) palnt community that we found in the Arceru (Oveaselor) and Buricliu forest. The forests from this area benefits from the contribution of groundwater, compensate for the lack of water from rainfall and low levels of nutrients in the soil. Considering the place where the study had been located to, the eco-pedo-climatic conditions and the anthropic term exerted we have considered that is necessary to develop some ecological studies (and using statistical methods (UPGMA and WPGMA, STYN-TAX 2000) for the plants communities of the forest habitat from this area.

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NICULESCU M., NUTA S.I. 2018, THE COROLOGY, ECOLOGY AND PHYTOSOCIOLOGY OF THE 91I0 FOREST HABITAT FROM THE DANUBE VALLEY, BETWEEN CIUPERCENI AND GHIDICI SETTLEMENTS, DOLJ COUNTY. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LXI, Issue 2, ISSN 2285-5785, 128-131.


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