Dan Victor Cavaropol, Cosma Robin



Floods and National Security of Romania

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In the last decades, the number of meteorological and hydrological disasters has increased gradually planetary being affected hundreds of millions of people every year. Therefore, it is imperative that people, groups and human communities, state institutions with relevant expertise to understand the vulnerability and sensitivity to these phenomena, both in the short and medium. On the other hand, stakeholders, formal and informal in society should recognize the need for interdisciplinary studies, development models and prediction of the emergence and evolution of risks and threats hydro meteorological event.


hydrological disasters, floods, national security, emergence


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Dan Victor Cavaropol, Cosma Robin. (2016) Floods and National Security of Romania. International Journal of Environmental Science, 1, 84-87


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