THE ACHIVEMENT OF DATA BASE FOR AGRICULTURE LANDS EVALUATION WORKS ON BASED TERITORIAL UNITS OF TECHNICAL AND QUALITATIVE SURVEY

V. Moca, D. Bucur, Iuliana Gabriela Breabăn, O. Radu, Cr. Huțanu, A. Curaleț

Abstract


The quantitative and qualitative knowledge of soil cover from one geographic space with
different agrarian and no agrarian uses is a primary care of the human being. From natural and
anthropic elements which determine today important losses of agricultural output could be
mentioned: frequently drought, periodical excess of soil moisture, water and wind soil
erosion, salinisation, compaction, low and very low humus reserve, strong and moderate
acidity, high alkalinity, low and very low provision in nitrogen and mobile phosphor and
potassium, soil pollution and other elements.
Through general survey on administrative lands introduction, have been obtain the primary
data base of unitary and necessary technical, qualitative and legal evidence system of land
resources from entire country territory, regardless of uses category and landlord. On the
assumption of primary data of general survey as regards at area, utilization, landlord have
been organize evidence subsystems of special survey which contain: land with agrarian or
forestry destination, waters, city planning, roads, railways.
The cadastral territory Bilca, situated in two different geomorphologic units: Dragomirnei
Plateau and Rădăuţi Depression has a total area of 3140.3333 ha. For cartographical and
cadastral presentation have been made the spatial data base with the official appellation of
1970 stereographical projection, containing: 2 maps at 1:50000, 4 maps at scale 1:25000, 5
plan pages at 1:10000, 13 plan pages at 1:5000. The pedological studies have been executed
on agricultural lands from outside built-over areas on 1358.14 ha, being identified and
characterized 24 soil units (SU). In this area have been delimitated areas of homogeneous and
ecological territories (HET), according to the value of ecopedological parameters have been
calculated the average estimation mark.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15551/fppzt.v3i1.374

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