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2 Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau Romania Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi Romania Politecnico University of Torino Italy Warsaw University of Technology Poland Angel Kanchev University of Ruse Bulgaria Romanian Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences Gheorghe Ionescu-Sisesti Second International Conference on NATURAL AND ANTHROPIC RISKS ICNAR June, 2014 Bacau, ROMANIA BOOK OF ABSTRACTS Editors: Gabriel Lazar Valentin Nedeff Alma Mater Bacau 2014 ISSN:

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4 Second International Conference on NATURAL AND ANTHROPIC RISKS ICNAR June, 2014 Bacau, ROMANIA BOOK OF ABSTRACTS Conference organized under the patronage of: INTERNATIONAL UNION OF GEODESY & GEOPHYSICS EUROPEAN GEOSCIENCES UNION With the financial support of ROMANIAN NATIONAL AUTHORITY FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AGENCE UNIVERSITAIRE DE LA FRANCOPHONIE BACAU CITY COUNCIL

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6 Conference Chair Mioara Mandea Centre National d'etudes Spatiales, Paris Scientific Committee Co-chair Gabriel Lazar Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania Scientific Committee Salem M. Abdel-Badeeh Ain Shams University, Abbasia, Cairo, Egypt Maricel Agop Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania Peter M. Atkinson University of Southampton, UK Hristo Beloev Angel Kanchev University of Ruse, Bulgaria Valeriy O. Dubrovin National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine Stefka Fidanova Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria Silvia Fiore Politecnico University of Torino, Italy Vergil Gangu Romanian Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences Gheorghe Ionescu-Sisesti, Romania Maria Gavrilescu Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania Giuseppe Genon Politecnico University of Torino, Italy Michael Ghil Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France Marco Gilli Politecnico University of Torino, Italy Ion Giurma Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania Vassilis J. Inglezakis Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan Alik Ismail-Zadeh Karlsruhe University, Germany Gheorghe Marmureanu National Institute for Earth Physics, Romania Nicolay Mihailov Angel Kanchev University of Ruse, Bulgaria Valentin Nedeff Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania Mihai C. Nicolescu Romanian Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences Gheorghe Ionescu- Sisesti, Romania Alexandru Ozunu Babes-Bolyai University, Romania Gigel Paraschiv Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania Marc Poumadere Institut Symlog, Paris, France Stanisław Radkowski Warsaw University of Technology, Poland Rajandrea Sethi Politecnico University of Torino, Italy Gheorghe Sin Romanian Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences Gheorghe Ionescu- Sisesti, Romania Carmen Teodosiu Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania Constantinos Varotsis Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus Gheorghe Voicu Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania Maria Chiara Zanetti Politecnico University of Torino, Italy Local organizing committee Chair: Valentin Nedeff Members: Iuliana Caraman, Elena Ciobanu, Cristina Cirtita Buzoianu, Venera Cojocariu, Cerasela Crisan, Cornelia Danu, Veronica Grecu, Iulian Furdu, Irina Ifrim, Iuliana Lazar, Gabriel Lazar, Emilian Mosnegutu, Elena Nechita, Mirela Panainte, Liliana Sacara, Carol Schnakovszky, Marius Stamate, Cosmin Tomozei, Valentin Zichil

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8 ABSTRACTS 1 RISK FROM EARTH AND SPACE ENVIRONMENT 1. CNES AND ITS FUNDAMENTAL ROLE IN THE INTERNATIONAL CHARTER "SPACE AND MAJOR DISASTERS" Mioara Mandea 2. THE IMPACT OF THE SURFACE ON FIELD FIRE SIMULATION Stefka Fidanova, Pencho Marinov 3. UNCERTAINTIES IN EVALUATION OF HAZARD AND SEISMIC RISK OVER TIME IN ROMANIA Gheorghe Mărmureanu, Alexandru Mărmureanu, Carmen Ortanza Cioflan, Constantin Ionescu, Dragoş Toma 4. INFLUENCE DE METEORES SUR LA IONOSPHERE DE LA TERRE Valeriu Abramciuc 5. ANOMALIES IN THE SCHUMANN SPECTRUM INDUCED BY SEISMIC WAVES Maricel Agop, Alina Gavriluţ, Gabriel Crumpei 6. MODELLING WATER FLOW IN A COMPLEX WATERSHED IN HUMID A TROPICAL AREA USING SWAT: A CASE STUDY OF TAABO WATERSHED IN COTE D'IVOIRE Kouao Armand Anoh, J. P. Jourda, K. J. Kouame, T. J. J. Koua, A. E. Eba, T. A. Anani, Dickens K. N. Atcheremi, J. Biemi, K. C. Abbaspour 7. MODELLING CATCHMENT-SCALE OF FRESHWATER AVAILABILITY USING SWAT MODEL Kouao Armand Anoh, J. P. Jourda, K. J. Kouame, T. J. J. Koua 8. OPTIMIZED METHODOLOGY TOWARDS AN IMPROVED QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF SITE EFFECTS Andrei Bala 9. GEOPHYSICAL AND GEODETICAL INSIGHTS ON THE GEODYNAMIC SETTING OF 2013 GALATI-IZVOARELE QUAKE SWARM Lucian Besutiu, Luminita Zlagnean, Raluca Focsaneanu 10. RESEARCH ON THE FISH CONTAMINANTS Amelia Buculei, Gabriela Constantinescu (Pop), Adriana Dabija 11. PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD ANALYSIS FOR THE TERRITORY OF MOLDOVA AND ROMANIA Rashid Burtiev 12. FLOOD HAZARD ASSESMENT BASED ON HYDROLOGICAL ANALYSIS WITH GIS TOOLS. STUDY CASE: TAITA CATCHMENT Buta Constantin, Stanescu Madalina 13. LE RISQUE "VERT" DANS LE DELTA DU FLEUVE SENEGAL: VEGETAUX AQUATIQUES ENVAHISSANTS (V.A.E) ET IMPACTS Eve Jeanne Lambertine Cabo, Dr Adrien Coly, Gabriel Lazar 14. CHARACTERIZATION OF SOIL EROSION PROCESSES FROM GHERASIM VALLEY, BACĂU COUNTY, ROMANIA Stelian Cartacuzencu, Gabriel Lazăr 15. THE MOST IMPORTANT HIGH FLOODS IN PRUT RIVER MIDDLE COURSE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES Flaviana Corduneanu, Daniel Bucur, Claudiu Pricop 16. MESO-MICROPOROUS HIERARCHICALLY ZSM-5 BASED NANOSTRUCTURATED HYBRIDS AS ADSORBENTS FOR FOR Pb2+ AND Cd2+ FROM WASTEWATER Ileana Cristina Covaliu, Gigel Paraschiv, Ecaterina Matei 17. ASSAINISSEMENT URBAIN ET RISQUES SUR L ENVIRONNEMENT A DAKAR Doukoure Ouleymatou Ndiaye Paul 18. DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS APPLIED IN CASE OF SEISMIC RISK IN BUCHAREST CITY. CASE STUDY THE HISTORICAL CENTRE Diana Gheorghe, Iuliana Armas 19. MORPHODYNAMICS OF DAMBOVITA FLOODPLAIN USING DIACHRONIC ANALYSIS Diana Gheorghe, Iuliana Armas

9 20. MORPHOGENESIS OF STRUCTURES IN COMPLEX FLUIDS THROUGH THE INFORMATIONAL NON-DIFFERENTIABLE ENTROPY Vlad Ghizdovăț, Iacob Dan Dezideriu, Irina Nicoleta Gațu, Maricel Agop 21. NON LINEAR EFFECTS IN COMPLEX FLUID Irina Nicoleta Gațu, Iacob Dan Dezideriu, Vlad Ghizdovăț, Maricel Agop 22. FLUVIAL LANDFORMS SEEN AS CAUSES OF THE DANUBE FLOODS CASE STUDY: OLTENITA - CALARASI SECTOR Stefania (Omrani) Grigorie, Floare Grecu 23. ETUDE D IMPACT DE L EROSION RAVINANTE SUR L HABITAT ET L ENVIRONNEMENT URBAINS DE KINSHASA Holenu Mangenda Holy, Lelo Nzuzi Francis, Valentin Nedeff, Narcis Barsan 24. MAPPING THE FLASH FLOOD PRONE AREA IN THE TAITA WATERSHED (ROMANIA) USING TOPOGRAPHIC INDEXES AND HYDRAULIC MODEL Carmen Maftei, Konstantinos Papatheodorou 25. INFLUENCE OF HEAVY METALS ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL FROM THE TARNITA AREA Victor Jucan, Anca Mihaela Dumitrescu, Alexandra Raluca Iordan, Mircea Nicolae Palamaru 26. ESTIMATION MODEL FOR THE QUALITY OF WATERS OF OITUZ RIVER Carmen-Violeta Popescu, Dorel Ureche, Elena Nechita 27. RETOUR DES POPULATIONS DEPLACEES ET RISQUES DE CONFLIT FONCIER DANS LA COMMUNAUTE RURALE DE NIAGUIS (ZIGUINCHOR) Ndao Mohamed Lamine, Ndiaye Paul 28. LA GESTION DES INONDATIONS DANS LA VILLE DE SAINT-LOUIS Fatime Kanté, Gabriel Octavian Lazar, Adrien Coly 29. RISK EVALUATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS ADDITION IN Ocimum basilicum L. CULTURE MEDIA Diana Mirila, Petronel Paval, Stefan Ciobanu, Oana-Irina Patriciu, Irina-Claudia Alexa, Raluca- Ioana Tampu, Luminita Grosu, Daniela Nicuta, Irina Ifrim, Lucian Gavrila, Adriana Finaru 30. SEASONAL INFLUENCE AND CONTAMINATION RISKS OF THE GROUNDWATER IN ARJAAT VILLAGE, MOROCCO François Xavier Nshimiyimana, Maria-Ema Faciu, Abdellah El Abidi, Souad El Blidi, Gabriel Lazar, Mohamed Fekhaoui, Abdelmajid Soulaymani 31. ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS UTILISED IN CLEANING OLD POLYCHROME WOOD Silvea Pruteanu, Ana-Maria Budu, Viorica Vasilache, Ion Sandu 32. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE COASTAL OF GUINEA: "NATURAL AND ANTHROPICS RISKS" Diaka Sidibé, Chakib Darraz, Mohamed Lamine Keita, Gabriel Lazar 33. LANDSLIDE RISK: STUDY OF SOIL INSTABILITY OF A SITE IN THE REGION OF TETOUAN, OCCIDENTAL RIF (MOROCCO) Diaka Sidibé, Abdelouahed Touhami Ouazani, Adil Zemama 34. ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT. STUDY CASE: VASLUI WWTP Madalina Stanescu, Constantin Buta 35. MINIMIZING SEISMIC RISK THROUGHT INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION PROGAMS Dragos Tataru, Stefan Florin Balan, Bogdan Zaharia, Bogdan Grecu 36. QUANTITATIVE SEISMIC LOSS ASSESSMENT FOR BUILDINGS IN THE HISTORICAL CENTER OF BUCHAREST Iuliana Armas, Dragos Toma-Danila, Diana Gheorghe 37. CONCEPTUAL GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) FOR THE SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT OF ROAD NETWORKS Dragos Toma-Danila, Iuliana Armas 38. SEISMICITY OF THE NORTHERN PART OF ROMANIA Mihail Diaconescu, Dragos Toma-Danila, Andreea Ani Gabriela Craiu 39. REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS AND USER SCENARIO FOR MOBILE GIS RECOMMENDER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT Cosmin Tomozei, Iulian Furdu, Simona Varlan, Nick Vercruyssen, Cristian Amancei

10 40. COLMARS - COLLABORATIVE RISK AWARENESS RECOMMENDER SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT WITH UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING CAPABILITY Nick Vercruyssen, Iulian Furdu, Cristian Amancei, Cosmin Tomozei, Simona Varlan 41. A NEW IDENTIFICATION METHOD USED FOR SHIP CAPSIZING RISK ASSESSMENT IN DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Mariusz Andrzejczak, Martyna Ulinowicz 42. A CASE STUDY OF ATMOSPHERIC INSTABILITY IN MOLDAVIA REGION, AT THE BEGINNING OF THE HOT SEASON Georgiana Lăcătuşu, Marinela Lazar, Ema Fâciu 43. THE SPREAD COURSE VISUALIZATION OF THE FLOOD WAVE CASE STUDY- TROTUS RIVER Roxana Tincu, Ema Faciu, Alina Coman 44. THE PHOTOVOLTAIC PROPERTIES OF LAMELLAR AIIIBVI SEMICONDUCTOR JUNCTIONS INTERSPERSED WITH Cd Dumitru Untila, Iuliana Caraman, Nicolae Spalatu, Liliana Dmitroglo 2 RISK FROM INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES 1. INDUSTRIAL RISKS RELATED TO NATECH EVENTS IN ROMANIA Ozunu Alexandru 2. EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES REGARDING THE USE OF ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY LUBRICATION IN CASE OF SHEET METAL FORMING Aurelian Albuț, Valentin Zichil, Adrian Judele 3. ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS OF ERYTHROSIN B Laura Carmen Apostol, Raluca-Maria Hlihor, Maria Gavrilescu 4. TOOLS FOR SUSTAINABLE GOLD MININGIN EU THE SUSMIN PROJECT Soile Backnäs, Raisa Neitola, Kaisa Turunen, Alexandre Lima, António Fiúza, Malgorzata Szlachta, Patryk Wójtowicz, Raluca Maftei, Marian Munteanu, Lena Alakangas, Calin Baciu, Dámaris Fernández 5. APPLICATION OF THE FLOCCULATION PROCESS FOR THE INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT, Mariana Turcu, Valentin Nedeff, Bârsan Narcis 6. CLIMATIC FACTORS INFLUENCE TO THE NITROGEN OXIDES (NO X ) POLLUTION, IN BACAU CITY, IN 2010 Doina Capşa, Valentin Nedeff, Bârsan Narcis 7. APLICATION OF THE COAGULATION PROCESS FOR THE MUNICIPAL SEWAGE SLUDGE TREATMENT Jessica Alcaraz, Marine Ridoire, Valentin Nedeff, Mirela Panainte, Mariana Turcu, Bârsan Narcis 8. AUTOMATIC CONCRETE BONDING MONITORING SYSTEM BASED ON WIRELESS TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT Piotr Bazydło, Szymon Dąbrowski, Krzysztof Trzcinka, Roman Szewczyk, Wojciech Winiarski 9. ANTHROPOGENIC RISKS IN TAZLAU BASIN-ROMANIA Luminita Bibire, Mihaela-Beatrice Barbieru, Liliana Topliceanu, Adrian Stelian Ghenadi 10. FAILURE RISK OF A HEXAGONAL STRUCTURE MADE FROM REINFORCED CARBON FIBERS UNDER HIGH VELOCITY IMPACT Radu Caliman 11. STUDIES AND RESEARCH ON TYPHA LATIFOLIA S (BULRUSH) ABSORPTION CAPACITY OF HEAVY METALS FROM THE SOIL Cristian Radu, Valentin Nedeff, Alexandra-Dana Chitimus 12. STUDIES AND RESEARCH REGARDING THE MAIN FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE PRODUCTION OF LEACHATE AND BIOGAS FROM WASTE LANDFILLS Mihai Belciu, Valentin Nedeff, Alexandra-Dana Chitimus 13. UNCONVENTIONAL MATERIALS USED TO REMOVE HEAVY METALS FROM POLLUTED WATER Ştefana Cojocaru, Anca Mihaela Dumitrescu, Alexandra Raluca Iordan, Mircea Nicolae Palamaru 14. THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH REGARDING THE RISK-FREE WORK OF THE GANTRY CRANES Gheorghe N. Radu, Ioana Sonia Comănescu

11 15. STUDY CONCERNING THE METHODS OF EVALUATION OF THE MIXING PROCESS EFFICIENCY Mihaela-Elena Dascalu, Valentin Nedeff, Emilian Mosnegutu, Mirela Panainte-Lehadus, Oana Irimia 16. EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE POSSIBILITY OF DEPOLLUTING HYDROCARBONS-CONTAMINATED SOILS THROUGH COMBUSTION Andronela Barbulescu, Cristian Deac, Lazar Avram, Valentin Petrescu, Alina Gligor 17. INVESTIGATION OF HYDRODYNAMIC PARAMETERS OF THE FLOW ON THE BODY OF A UAV FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING Iulian Florescu, Daniela Florescu, Dragos Iulian Nedelcu 18. DIAGNOSIS BASED ON ENERGY OPERATORS IN THE PROCESS OF LIFECYCLE ASSESSMENT OF GEARS Adam Gałęzia, Robert Gumiński, Marcin Jasiński, Jędrzej Mączak 19. THE IMPACT OF MANGALIA HARBOUR S BREAKWATERS ON THE SHORE AND CLIFF IN 2 MAI-VAMA VECHE COASTAL AREA Sunai Gelmambet 20. USE OF MAGNETIC PHENOMENA AND BAYESIAN UPDALING IN THE RISK ASSESSMENT OF STRUCTURAL DAMAGE Szymon Gontarz, Robert Gumiński, Stanisław Radkowski 21. THE INFLUENCE OF RISK ON THE RESTORATION MAXIMUM DURATION OF THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO CONSUMERS Gheorghe Hazi, Aneta Hazi 22. ASSESSMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT FROM MOTORWAY S RUNOFF Antonis A Zorpas, Vassilis J. Inglezakis, Lampis Hlias, Irene Voukkali, Pantelitsa Loizia 23. A SIMULATION OF A JET EJECTOR SYSTEM USED FOR IMPROVE THE HEAT ENERGY RECUPERATION FROM INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS Ionel Olaru 24. RISK ANALYSIS AT OPENING OF METALLIC PENSTOCK SUBJECTED TO HYDROSTATIC LOADS Ionel Olaru, Dragoş-Iulian Nedelcu 25. ELIMINATING THE RISK OF INCORRECT MEASUREMENTS DUE TO VARIATIONS IN TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY Sorin Eugen Popa 26. STUDY REGARDING THE DETERMINATION OF SPECIFIC FLOWS OF WASTEWATER IN ROMANIA Mircea-Vlad Mureșan, Elena-Maria Pică 27. MANAGING THE ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS OF SCRAP TYRES PROCESSING Sana Kordoghli, Maria Paraschiv, Radu Kuncser, Mohand Tazerout, Fethi Zagrouba, Ionut Georgescu 28. PASSIVE MAGNETIC IMAGING SYSTEM FOR HIDDEN FERROMAGNETIC OBJECTS DETECTION AND LOCALIZATION Michal Nowicki, Roman Szewczyk 29. A RISK MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS ABOUT INTEGRATING CAD-CAM-CAE SOFTWARE IN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS Ionel Olaru 30. DEVELOPMENT OF GEOPHYSICAL TECHNIQUES FOR GOLD EXPLORATION Raluca-Mihaela Maftei, Emil Rusu, Ovidiu Avram, Ioan Scutelnicu, Antonio Ulmeanu 31. APPLICATION OF MAGNETOELASTIC EFFECTS FOR STRESS ASSESMENT AND RISK MITIGATION IN CONSTRUCTIONS Dorota Jackiewicz, Roman Szewczyk, Adam Bienkowski, Maciej Kachniarz, Jacek Salach 32. STUDY ON SEPARATION OF PURGE GASES FROM AMMONIA PLANT Radu Mihai, Valentin Nedeff, Mirela Panainte-Lehadus, Stănilă Marius 33. INDUSTRIAL FURNITURE AND DIARY WASTES CAPITALIZATION FOR COMPOST PRODUCTION Alexandru Chiriac, Andrei I. Simion, Cristina G. Grigoras, Lidia Favier - Teodorescu, Lucian Gh. Gavrilă 34. CONSIDERATION REGARDING THE OXYGEN TRANSFER AND CONTROL OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN IN A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT Roman Marius-Daniel

12 35. WASTEWATERS CAPITALIZATION FOR IMPROVING THE FODDER YEASTS NUTRITIONAL QUALITY Andrei I. Simion, Livia Manea, Cristina G. Grigoraș, Lidia Favier - Teodorescu 36. INFLUENCE OF A GRANULAR MIXTURE PARTICLES SIZES AND THE OSCILLATION FREQUENCY ON THE SEPARATION PROCESS AT THE CONICAL SIEVES WITH OSCILLATING MOVEMENT Gheorghe Voicu, Dorel Stoica, Gabriel Alexandru Constantin, Craita Carp-Ciocârdia, Elena Mădălina Ştefan 37. RISK PREVENTION IN FOOD INDUSTRY THROUGH PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION OF THE PERSONNEL Liliana Topliceanu, Luminita Bibire, Denisa Nistor 38. RISK ASSESSMENT OF THE TRANSPORT SYSTEM IN POLAND WITH THE USE OF NON-CLASSICAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS OF TRAFFIC EVENTS Robert Guminski, Szymon Gontarz, Stanislaw Radkowski, Krzysztof Szczurowski 39. THE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FOR THE SEPARATION PROCESS OF THE GRANULOMETRICAL AGRICULTURAL VEGETABLE PRODUCTS Ovidiu Bontas, Valentin Nedeff, Emilian Florin Mosnegutu 40. A GREEN APPROACH FOR THE SELECTIVE REDUCTION OF AROMATIC CARBONYL COMPOUNDS USING RANEY NI-AL ALLOY Mirela Suceveanu, Matei Raicopol, Adriana Fînaru, Sorin I. Roşca 41. EDDY CURRENT TOMOGRAPHY AS A NEW ALTERNATIVE FOR X-RAY TOMOGRAPHY IN NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING Jacek Salach, Roman Szewczyk, Dorota Jackiewicz 42. EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH MECHANICAL FAULTS IN ELECTRIC MOTOR BLDC Szymon Gontarz, Przemyslaw Szulim 43. BIODEGRADATION OF GASOLINE AND DIESEL BY BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM CAMEROON S COAST WATER Lucie Leme Banock, Claudine Ntsama Essomba, Dumitra Raducanu, Iuliana Caraman, Larissa Abologo Azeme, Charles Felix Bilong Bilong, Iuliana Mihaela Lazar 44. RANKING OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS, DETERMINING IMMISSION CONCENTRATIONS AND ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTS OF MINING AND THERMAL POWER PLANTS Jelena Malenović-Nikolić, Ivica Ristović, Predrag Dašić 45. CORELLATION BETWEEN ALPHA, BETA AND GAMMA ACTIVITIES OF THE PHOSPHOGYPSUM DUMP NEAR BACAU TOWN Sorina Zîrnea, Marius Stamate, Marius Popescu, Ciprian Sandu, Gabriel Lazăr 46. IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIALLY CONTAMINATED SITES IN MOINEŞTI CYTY WITH PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Laura Rusăi, Stelian Cartacuzencu, George Găman 47. THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR OF SOLID PARTICLES IN AERODYNAMIC SEPARATION PROCESS DEPENDING OF HIS FORM Emilian Mosnegutu, Valentin Nedeff, Mirela Panainte-Lehadus, Narcis Barsan, Dana Chițimuș, Mihail Ristea 3 ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH RISK 1. ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT FROM POLLUTED SITES ON REGIONAL AND LOCAL LEVEL: CASE STUDY REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA Oleg Bogdevich, Ruslan Melian, Oleg Cadocinicov, Corneliu Busuioc, Tatiana Belous, Vadim Platonov 2. THE ASSESSMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY WITH MULTICRITERIAL METHODS AND GIS SOFTWARE Sorin Borza, Valentin Petrescu 3. THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIC SOLVENTS USED IN RESTORATION OF PANEL PAINTINGS UPON RESTORERS HEALTH Ana-Maria Budu, Viorica Vasilache, Ion Sandu 4. STUDIES AND RESEARCH REGARDING THE POLLUTION ON THE SIRET RIVER IN THE BACAU-MARASESTI SECTOR Madalin-Ionut Rotaru, Valentin Nedeff, Alexandra-Dana Chitimus

13 5. ENGINEERED TECHNOLOGIES FOR MITIGATING ODOROUS EMISSIONS FROM WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS Iulia Carmen Ciobotici (Terryn), Iuliana Lazăr, Gabriel Lazăr 6. OCCURRENCE OF PLASTIC WASTE IN THE ENVIRONMENT: ECOLOGICAL AND HEALTH RISKS Elena - Diana Comăniţă, Raluca Maria Hlihor, Cristina Ghinea, Maria Gavrilescu 7. THE IMPACT OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON THE WOODEN SUPPORT OF A PANEL PAINTING ICON Cristache Raluca Anamaria, Budu Ana Maria, Vasilache Viorica, Sandu Ion 8. SOME RECENT ASPECTS ABOUT RADIOACTIVE POLLUTANTS, LIKE 134Cs AND 137Cs IN FOODS Iuliana Sion, Adriana Dabija, Mihaela-Adriana Tita, Amelia Buculei 9. FOOD POISONING PRODUCED BY ENTEROBACTERIACEAE FAMILY Adriana Dabija, Iuliana Sion, Lăcrămioara Rusu 10. PREVENTION MEASURES OF ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS GENERATED BY UNCONTROLLED STORAGE OF WASTES Mirela Dincă, Gigel Paraschiv, Gheorghe Voicu, Georgiana Moiceanu, Mihai Chiţoiu 11. HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN AN URBAN AREA PREDICTED BASED ON ROAD TRAFFIC Maria-Ema Faciu, Peter M. Atkinson, Marius Stamate, Irina Ifrim, Iulia Lazar, Gabriel Lazar 12. A PRATICAL UHPLC/DAD METHOD FOR THE DETECTION OF CHLOROPHENOLS IN WATER AT NANOGRAM PER LITER LEVEL Yassine Kadmi, Lidia Favier-Teodorescu, Andrei Ionut Simion, Lacramioara Rusu, Dominique Wolbert 13. RISK FROM DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS IN DRINKING WATER PRODUCTION: FORMATION, MONITORING, REMOVAL Silvia Fiore, Giuseppe Genon, Maria Chiara Zanetti 14. INTRODUCING A METHOD OF URBAN SOIL RISK EVALUATION CASE STUDY ON URBAN RECREATIONAL AREAS IN CLUJ NAPOCA Andra Cristina Gagiu, Elena Maria Pica, Claudiu Tanaselia, Monica Ursu 15. ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS FOR ENERGY FROM BIOMASS AND FOSSIL FUELS G.Genon, D. Panepinto, F.Viggiano 16. REMOVAL OF LEAD(II) IONS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS ONTO CHEMICALLY MODIFIED NANOMATERIALS Ana-Maria Georgescu, Ileana Denisa Nistor, Françoise Nardou 17. RISK ASSESSMENT OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLING Cristina Ghinea, Diana Elena Comanita, Isabela Maria Simion, Petronela Cozma, Maria Gavrilescu 18. PCA IDENTIFICATION OF THE MAIN PHYSCO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES INFLUENCING THE QUALITY OF PEA BEANS (PISUM SATIVUM) Simona Constantin Ghinita, Mirela Praisler, Gabriela Iordachescu 19. AUTOMATIC DETECTION OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL ORIGIN OF DILL (Anethum graveolens) BASED ON HIERARHICAL CLUSTER ANALYSIS Simona Constantin Ghinita, Mirela Praisler, Gabriela Iordăchescu 20. THE IMPACT OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE STORAGE FACILITY VIDRA ON GROUNDWATER Amira-Valentina Gogoanţă, Dan Niculae Robescu 21. ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN HEALTH RISK OF PESTICIDES APPLIED IN DOUBLE DOSE ON APPLES Raluca Maria Hlihor, Manuela Olga Pogăcean, Maria Gavrilescu 22. WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ROMANIA: CURRENT DATA AND APPLICATION OF A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL Vassilis Inglezakis, Mihaela Ambăruş, Nona Ardeleanu, Konstantinos Moustakas, Maria Loizidou 23. THE ORIGIN OF SELECTED HEAVY METALS IN SOILS OF NORTH HAMEDAN, IRAN: A PEDOLOGICAL APPROACH Shiva Nosratipour, Mohsen Nael, Mohsen Sheklabadi, Ali Asghar Sepahigero 24. INCLUSIVE CLASSIFICATION OF RECREATIONAL RISK RESOURCES SayedHamid Matinkhah, Mohsen Nael, NargesKhaledi Nael, Alireza Sofianian

14 25. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE STATE PARAMETERS DYNAMICS. CASE STUDY - SIRET RIVER IN GIURGIULESTI AREA Gabriel Murariu, Mihaela Timofti, Paula Popa, Lucian Georgescu 26. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE FALL AND WINTERTIME GROUND LEVEL NO X, CO AND NO 2 IN THE CENTER OF BRAILA CITY Gabriel Murariu, Mihaela Timofti, Paula Popa, Lucian Georgescu 27. OPTIMIZING WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN ORDER TO AVOID EUTROPHICATION RISKS Elena Elisabeta Manea, Lăcrămioara Diana Robescu 28. OIL CONTAMINATED SOIL REMEDIATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT Doru Lucian Manea, Ionut Georgescu, Elena Elisabeta Manea, Dan Niculae Robescu 29. APPORT DES TECHNIQUES GEOSPATIALES POUR EVALUER LES RISQUES DE POLLUTION DES EAUX SOUTERRAINES DE LA REGION D EHANIA DANS LE SUD- EST DE LA COTE D IVOIRE Arthur Brice Konan-Waidhet, Brou Dibi, Konan Emmanuel Kouadio, Issiaka Savane, Gabriel Lazar 30. HEAVY METALS ANALYSIS, ESTIMATED DAILY INTAKE AND RISK EXPOSURE BY CONSUMPTION OF FISH FROM BLACK SEA, ROMANIA Oana Jitar, Carmen Teodosiu, Ștefan-Adrian Strungaru, Mircea Nicoară, Gabriel Plavan 31. GRASSLANDS MANAGEMENT THROUGH OVERSEEDING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF DEGRADATION Dragoș Manea, Gigel Paraschiv, Gheorghe Voicu, Eugen Marin 32. GENERAL ASPECTS CONCERNING THE ASSESSMENT OF THE URBAN ROAD TRAFFIC NOISE Alina Petrovici (Contu), Claudia Tomozei, Florin Nedeff, Mirela Panainte 33. RECOVERY OF LIQUID FRACTIONS THROUGH PYROLYSIS OF HAZARDEOUS HOSPITAL PLASTIC WASTE Radu Kuncser, Maria Paraschiv, Mohand Tazerout, Ionut Georgescu 34. TECHNO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF A STAND-ALONE PV-WIND-DIESEL HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEM Simona L. Paraschiv, Spiru Paraschiv, Ion.V. Ion 35. SPINACIA OLERACEA PROTECTIVE EFFECT AGAINST HYDROCHLORIC ACID MEDIA COROSION ON ALUMINIUM ALLOYS Madalina Pirvan, Cristina Patrascu, Raluca-Ioana Tampu, Bogdan Alexandru Chirita, Eugen Herghelegiu, Oana-Irina Patriciu, Irina Alexa, Luminita Grosu, Irina Ifrim, Lucian Gavrila, Adriana Finaru 36. THE RISKS OF CONSUMPTION OF DRINKING WATER POLLUTED WITH NITRATES Maria Prisecaru, Tina Oana Cristea, Ionuţ Stoica, Antoaneta Dobreanu, Lenuţa Rusăscu, Florian Prisecaru 37. MINIMIZING THE RISK OF STROKE BY INTEGRATING A REAL-TIME MONITORING SYSTEM IN THE INTELLIGENT HOUSE Petru Gabriel Puiu, Cornel Toma 38. MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER Iuliana Radosavlevici, Diana Lăcrămioara Robescu 39. PERCCOTTUS GLENII DISTRIBUTION AND INFLUENCE ON NATIVE FISH SPECIES IN SIRET RIVER, ROMANIA, BASED ON TROPHIC SPECTRUM Marius Andrei Rău, Gabriel Plavan, Ștefan Adrian Strungaru, Mircea Nicoară, Dorel Ureche 40. FLY ASH-DERIVED ZEOLITES AS ADSORBENTS FOR POLLUTANT REMOVAL FROM WASTEWATER Lacramioara Rusu, Christophe Vial, Fabrice Audonnet, Maria Harja, Daniela Suteu, Lidia Favier, Iuliana Mihaela Lazar 41. EVALUATION DE L ACTIVITE ANTIFONGIQUE DES HUILES ESSENTIELLES DE DEUX PLANTES AROMATIQUES Marguérite Simo, Jean Baptiste Hzounda, Issakou Bakarnga, Flavie Kenfack, Elisabeth Zeuko o, Pierre Jazet, Fabrice Fekam, Chantal Menut 42. EVALUATION DES ACTIVITES ANTIOXYDANTE ET ANTI-INFLAMMATOIRE DE DEUX HUILES ESSENTIELLES Marguérite Simo, Jean Baptiste Hzounda, Issakou Bakarnga, Flavie Kenfack, Elisabeth Zeuko o, Pierre Jazet, Fabrice Fekam, Chantal Menut

15 43. ANALYSIS OF OUTDOOR 222 Rn AND 220 Rn CONCENTRATION MEASURED AT BACAU, ROMANIA: A DETERMINISTIC APPROACH Marius Stamate, Iuliana Caraman 44. WOOD WASTES AS A RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY Daniela Suteu, Carmen Zaharia, Catalin Popovici, Teodor Malutan, Lacramioara Rusu, Lucian Tabacaru 45. LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY IMPORTANT TOOL FOR RISKS DETERMINATIONS IN FOOD INDUSTRY Raluca-Ioana Tampu, Adriana Finaru, Claire Elfakir 46. REDUCING CORROSION RISK FOR MILD STEEL BY USING Raphanus Sativus AND Spinacia Oleracea EXTRACTS AS GREEN CORROSION INHIBITORS Raluca-Ioana Tampu, Oana-Irina Patriciu, Nicolae Catalin Tampu, Irina Alexa, Luminita Grosu, Irina Ifrim, Lucian Gavrila, Adriana Finaru 47. A MATHEMATICAL MODEL ON THE EFFICIENCY OF THE MECHANICAL WATER FILTERING PROCESS Oana Ţîrţoacă (Irimia), Valentin Nedeff, Emilian Moșneguțu, Mirela Panainte, Claudia Tomozei 48. THE EXTERIOR NOISE IMPACT ON THE ACTIVITIES DEVELOPED IN A TEACHING ENVIRONMENT Claudia Tomozei, Florin Nedeff, Alina Petrovici (Contu), Mirela Panainte, Oana Irimia 49. INFLUENCE OF SOME CHEMICAL FACTORS ON THE FISH FAUNA OF THE RIVER TROTUS (ROMANIA) Dorel Ureche, Vasilica Alisa Aruș, Ileana Denisa Nistor, Camelia Ureche 50. EMERGING RISKS ON THE RIVER BISTRITA, NEAR BACAU CITY (ROMANIA) Camelia Ureche, Vasilica Alisa Aruș, Ileana Denisa Nistor, Dorel Ureche 51. CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE LIMITATIONS OF THE BIODIESEL USE IN DIESEL ENGINES, IN COMFORT AND ENVIRONMENTAL TERMS Valentin Zichil, Adrian Judele, Aurelian Albut, Emilian Mosnegutu 52. RAINFALL INFLUENCE ON QUALITY OF GROUNDWATER FROM INDUSTRIAL AREA OF BACAU TOWN Georgiana Lăcătuşu, Ema Fâciu, Ana-Maria Macsim-Vasilachi, Elena Golban, Cristina Grigoraş, Andrei-Ionuţ Simion 53. HEALTH RISKS INDUCED BY TOTAL PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON EXTRACTION METHODS Ciprian Sandu, Marius Popescu, Oana Acatrinei Însurăţelu, Cenuşă Cristiana Ioana, Irina Ifrim 54. IDENTIFICATION AND PREVENTION OF POTENTIAL RISKS IN BIOGAS TECHNOLOGIES Cocarcea (Rusei) Andreea, Gigel Paraschiv, Lazar Gabriel 55. EFFETS DES HUILES ESSENTIELLES SUR LA CROISSANCE ET LA GERMINATION DES SPORES DES BACILLUS Stève Voundi, Maximilienne Nyegue, Iuliana Lazar, Dumitra Raducanu, Florentine Ndoye, Chantal Menut, François-Xavier Etoa 56. EFFET ANTI-INFLAMMATOIRE ET CYTOTOXIQUE DES HUILES ESSENTIELLES DE QUATRE OCIMUM CAMEROUNAISES Jean Baptiste Hzounda Fokou, Pierre Michel Jazet Ndongmo, Madeleine Nina Ngo Mback, Steve Henri Voundi, Daniela Nicuta, Dumitra Răducanu, Emmanuel Bassene, Fabrice Fekam Boyom, Iuliana Lazar 57. CARACTÉRISATION SPECTROSCOPIQUE DES HUILES ESSENTIELLES DE QUATRES OCIMUM D ORIGINE CAMEROUNAISE Jean Baptiste Hzounda Fokou, Pierre Michel Jazet Ndongmo, Madeleine Nina Ngo Mback, Dumitra Răducanu, Iuliana Caraman, Emmanuel Bassene, Fabrice Fekam Boyom, Iuliana Lazar 58. THE EFFECT OF ROSEHIP POWDER ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF WHEAT FLOUR Nicoleta Vartolomei, Vasilica Alisa Arus,Alina Mihaela Moroi, Maria Turtoi 59. COMPARATIVE STUDY ON VARIATION OF ECOLOGICAL STATUS OF WATER BY ABIOTIC TYPOLOGY IN SIRET RIVER BASIN Roxana Nechifor, Maria-Ema Faciu, Camelia Ureche, Dorel Ureche, Iuliana Lazar

16 60. ECOTOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF PHOSPHOGYPSUM ON BRASSICA NAPUS L, TRITICUM SPP AND TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE Sorina Zîrnea, Dumitra Răducanu, Jean Baptiste Hzounda Fokou, Ana Maria Vasilachi-Macsim, Elena Goldan, Iuliana Lazăr 61. DETERMINATION DE LA TOXICITE IN SILICO DES L HUILES ESSENTIELLES D OCIMUM GRATISSIMUM L DE YAOUNDE ET DE DSCHANG, CAMEROUN F.J.B. Hzounda, T.I.F. Kenfack, I. Barkanga-via, D.P.M. Jazet, B.F Fekam 62. ACTIVITE ANTIFONGIQUE DE HYPERICUM LANCEOLATUM, HYPERICUM RIPARIUM ET GNIDIA GLAUCA Jean B. Hzounda Fokou, Lile C. Nguemang Mabou, Elisabeth Zeuko o Menkem, Marguerite Simo Kamdem, Issakou Barkanga-via, Patric V. Tsouh Fokou,Vincent Ngouana, Pierre M. Jazet Dongmo, Fabrice Fekam Boyom 63. BIOMONITORING THE QUALITY OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS USING NON- DESTRUCTIVE INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES Marius Nadejde, Petronela Bran, Camelia Ureche, Dorel Ureche, Gabriel Lazar, Irina Ifrim 64. PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS GROWN TO POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS CONTAMINANT AREA Mioara Rachieru (Săndulache), Adriana Luminiţa Fînaru, Dumitra Răducanu, Irina Loredana Ifrim, Ema Maria Făciu 65. CHARACTERIZATION OF RHODEUS AMARUS BY FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY Alina Ioana Diaconescu, Dorel Ureche, Iuliana Caraman, Camelia Ureche, Iuliana Lazar, Gabriel Lazar 66. A VERSATILE METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE RISK OF CHRONIC/ ACUTE INTOXICATION WITH VOC IN INDOOR ENVIRONMENT Florin Nenciu, Ionut Georgescu, Elena Elisabeta Manea 67. AIR QUALITY ALERT DETERMINATION FOR PATIENTS WITH CARDO- RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS IN MURES COUNTY Valentin Nadasan, Laszlo Barna Iantovics, Elena Nechita, Vladimir Bacarea 68. RISK RELATING AN INAPPROPIATE PHONIC TREATMENT OF ENCLOSURES Florin Nedeff, Claudia Tomozei, Gabriel Lazar 69. PHYTOREMEDIATION POTENTIAL OF CROP PLANTS IN INDUSTRIAL HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATED SOIL IN THE UPPER MUREŞ RIVER BASIN Florica Morar, Adrian Gligor, Laszlo Barna Iantovics 70. MICROCLIMATIC AND ANTHROPIC INFLUENCE ON PAINTED WOOD Ioana Huțanu, Liliana Nica, Ion Sandu, Viorica Vasilache 71. STUDY OF STOPING THE XYLOPHAGOUS ATAC ON A XIX-TH CENTURY ICON PANEL, BY MODIFYING THE LEVEL OF OXIGEN INSIDE THE CRYPTOCLIMAT Marius Munteanu, Ion Sandu, Viorica Vasilache, Ana-Maria Budu 72. MICROCLIMATE EFFECTS ON OLD WOOD PAINTED Liliana Nica, Ioana Huțanu, Ion Sandu, Viorica Vasilache 4 RISK FROM AGRIGULTURE ACTIVITIES 1. A MÉNAGEMENTS HYDROAGRICOLES ET RISQUES DE PRODUCTION EN RIZ DANS LE BASSIN VERSANT DU MARIGOT DE BIGNONA Léopold Mougabie Badiane, Adrien Coly, Boubou Aldiouma Sy 2. MUNGBEAN MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN ORDER TO DECREASE THE AGRICULTURAL INPUTS ON ENVIROMENT Teodor Robu, Creola Brezeanu, Petre Marian Brezeanu, Silvica Ambăruș, Tina Oana Cristea, Maria Călin 3. DEVELOPMENT OF A BIOLOGICAL PEST CONTROL SYSTEM AT TOMATOES CULTIVATED IN PROTECTED AREA Creola Brezeanu, Petre Marian Brezeanu, Silvica Ambăruș, Elena Drăghici, Maria Călin, Tina Oana Cristea 4. STUDY OF THE CONTAMINANTS EVOLUTION ON FLOUR - BREAD CHANNEL Gabriela Constantinescu (Pop), Monica Dinu, Adriana Dabija 5. BALANCING THE DEEP LOOSENING MACHINE WITH ACTIVE FURROWS David Alexandru-Dorin, Voicu Gheorghe

17 6. RESEARCH ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION OF WHEAT FLOUR FROM ROMANIAN CROPS Monica Dinu, Gabriela Constantinescu (Pop) Amelia Buculei 7. ENERGY ANALYSIS OF SOLID BIOFUELS PRODUCTION FROM AGRO BIOMASS Valeriy Dubrovin, Semen Drahniev, Saveliy Kukharets 8. THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF INPUT OF THE INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS OF QUALITY IN AGRARIAN SPHERE Valeriy Dubrovin, Tavlui Inna 9. BIOGAS INSTALLATIONS WITH ROTATIONAL TYPE OF ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS Gennadiy Golub, Vasiliy Goh, Olga Sydorchuk 10. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF BIOFUEL USE IN UKRAINIAN AGROECOSYSTEMS Gennadiy Golub, Valeriy Dubrovin, Maxim Pavlenko, Vyacheslav Chuba 11. TRICHOGRAMMA PRODUCTION AND USING EFFICIENCY Oleh Marus, Gennadii Golub 12. RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE PLANTING AND CULTIVATION OF CHERRIES IN SERBIA Ines Stipankov, Dejan Pecić 13. ASPECTS OF RISKS INDUCED BY THE MECHANIZATION WORKS IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE Mihai C. Nicolescu 14. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENERGY COMSUMPTION AT GRINDING MULTIPLE TYPES OF VEGETAL BIOMASS Georgiana Moiceanu, Gigel Paraschiv, Gheorghe Voicu, Mirela Dincă, Mihai Chiţoiu 15. RESEARCH ON THE MORPHOGENETIC REACTION OF SOME GOJI BERRY EXPLANTS CULTIVATED IN VITRO Daniela Nicuţă, Ciobanu Ştefan, Bran Petronel 16. CYTOGENETIC OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING THE ACTION OF SOME SOLUTIONS OF EPURATED MUD ON CELL DIVISION IN ALLIUM CEPA L. SPECIES Daniela Nicuţă, Dumitra Răducanu, Iuliana Mihaela Lazăr 17. INFLUENCE OF PHOSPHOGYPSUM ON THE NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY IN THE BRASSICA RAPA OLEIFERA AND TRIFOLIUM Ioana Adriana Stefanescu, Dumitra Raducanu, Sorina Zirnea, Iuliana Sion, Iulia Lazar 18. ESTIMATION OF MICROBIOLOGICAL EFFECTS INDUCED BY RADIATION ON SEWAGE SLUDGE Dumitra Raducanu, Voundi Olugu Steve Henri, Marius Stamate, Maria Prisecaru, Lucie Leme Banock, Ioan Viorel Rati, Iuliana Mihaela Lazar 19. VARIATION OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS AFTER DIFFERENT METHODS OF SOIL STERILIZATION Dumitra Raducanu, Steve Henri Voundi Olugu, Lucie Leme Banock, Marius Stamate, Ioan Viorel Rati, Maria Prisecaru, Iuliana Lazar 20. ON ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS INDUCED BY AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES Gheorghe Sin 21. ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN SOIL AND EDIBLE VEGETABLE Vasile Stoleru Maria Gavrilescu, Neculai Munteanu, Carmen Hura 22. DESIGNING OF AIRBLAST SPRAYERS FOR VINEYARDS WITH APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF AEROSOL FILTRATION Kateryna Syera 23. INFLUENCE OF NOZZLE TYPE ON UNIFORMITY DISTRIBUTION OF SPRAYING DEVICES AND REDUCING SOIL POLLUTION Valentin Vlăduţ, Gigel Paraschiv, Mihai Matache, Mihaela Niţu, Sorin Bungescu, Sorin Biriş 5 BUSINESS RISK 1. RISK OF IMAGE IN THE TRIAD: CONSUMER FIRM - NATURAL ENVIRONMENT Marcela-Cornelia Danu 2. THE IMPACT OF THE RISK OF POVERTY ON SEGMENTS OF THE MARKET OF ROMANIA Marcela-Cornelia Danu 3. RISK AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN ROMANIA Catalin Drob

18 4. NEW PORTFOLIO RISK OPTIMISATION METHOOD FOR STRONGLY DEPENDENT ASSETS Piotr Frydrych, Roman Szewczyk 5. CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING CONSUMER PERCEIVED RISK Laura Timiras, Bogdan Nichifor 6. RISK APPROACH IN MARKETING DECISION MAKING Ioana Olariu 6 EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RISK 1. ACTIVITÉS ENVIRONNEMENTALES DANS LES LEÇONS DE PHYSIQUE Adela Cirimpei, Valeriu Abramciuc 2. RISKS FOR THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF THE YOUNG ENGINEERS UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF ECONOMIC STAGNATION: A CASE STUDY FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF RUSE Ognyan Dinolov, Nikolay Mihailov 3. RISKS RELATED TO THE SOCIO-PROFESSIONAL INSERTION OF BEGINNING TEACHERS Constanţa Dumitriu, Gheorghe Dumitriu, Cristina Iulia Timofti 4. ADVANTAGES AND RISKS OF THE USE OF MODERN TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT MEANS, Costica Lupu 5. A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR PERFORMANCE AND RISK IN THE SCIENCE EDUCATION Gheorghe Dumitriu, Vasile Postolică 6. ON THE EXPOSURE TO RISKS THAT MAY APPEAR IN THE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY - CASE STUDY: FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, "VASILE ALECSANDRI" UNIVERSITY OF BACĂU, ROMANIA Mirela Panainte-Lehăduș, Valentin Nedeff, Emilian Moșneguțu, Tomozei Claudia, Gabriela Telibașa, Oana Irimia 7. ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT LESSON DESIGN USING REAL LIFE STUDY CASE OF AQUATIC SYSTEM Andreea Cocarcea (Rusei), Marius Popescu, Ciprian Sandu, Oana Acatrinei Insuratelu, Alina Diaconescu, Maria-Ema Faciu 8. IN-SERVICE TEACHERS NEEDS TOWARDS USING THE INTERACTIVE EDUCATIONAL PLATFORMS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES Venera Cojocariu, Liliana Mata, Iuliana Lazar 9. THE IMPACT OF ECO-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGIES ON DEVELOPMENT OF PEDAGOGICAL COMPETENCES Liliana Mata, Venera Cojocariu, Iuliana Lazar 10. LE MANQUÉ DE L'ÉDUCATION POUR LA CARRIÈRE ET LE RISQUÉ DE L'INTÉGRATION SOCIALE Otilia Dandara 7 RISK IN IT&C 1. MANAGING RISKS IN THE ITSM BUSINESS Valentin Petru Măzăreanu 2. THE INFLUENCE OF UNPREDICTABLE EVENTS ON THE TRAVELER SALESMAN PROBLEM WHEN USING ANT SYSTEM Gloria Cerasela Crişan, Camelia-M. Pintea 3. ROLE OF ICT IN SUPPORTING THE CIRCLES OF SUSTAINABILITY. AN INFORMATIONAL APPROACH AND A CASE STUDY Elena Nechita, Doina Păcurari, Venera-Mihaela Cojocariu, Cristina Cîrtiţă-Buzoianu 4. ANALYSIS OF THE SECURITY OF THE ON-BOARD SYSTEMS IN MODERN VEHICLES Krzysztof Rokicki, Marcin Jasiński, Jędrzej Mączak, Krzysztof Szczurowski 5. EFFICIENT DETERMINATION OF BICLIQUE PARTITIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN NETWORK SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT Mihai Talmaciu 6. ADAPTABLE ROBO - INTELLIGENCES Dumitru Todoroi

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