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PARTICULARITĂŢILE SCURGERII RÂURILOR DIN DEPRESIUNEA TRANSILVANIEI

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Author(s): Victor SOROCOVSCHI

Journal: Geographia Napocensis
ISSN 1843-5920

Volume: 2;
Issue: 2008;
Start page: 29;
Date: 2008;
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Keywords: scurgere lichidă | regim | tipuri | variaţie | tendinţă

ABSTRACT
River Runoff Particularities in the Transylvanian Depression. The Transylvanian Basin is the widest and the best individualized area with negative morphology in the Carpathian range, which covers 10.5% of the Romanian territory (237,5000 km2). Because of its central position in the Carpathian-Danubian-Pontic area, the Transylvanian Basin is a place of convergence for several geographical elements, among which the rivers and the human potential are especially important. The junction between the mountain frame and the depression, with its geo-morphological, geological and climatic particularities is reflected by the differentiation of the drainage system on the two categories of rivers: foreign and local, highly different as far as both the volume of water transported and the leakage regime is concerned. The river system from the basin has three main collectors, all with a different orientation: Somes to the north, Mures to the west and Olt to the south.
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