RELEVANT HYDROLOGY ELEMENTS IN TERMS OF REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY ANALYSIS. CASE STUDY: THE LAND OF HAŢEG
G. HOGNOGI1, ROXANA VĂIDEAN1
1 PhD Students, Babeş-Bolyai University, Faculty of Geography, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, e-mails: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
ABSTRACT. – Relevant Hydrology Elements in Terms of Regional Geography Analysis. Case Study: the Land of Haţeg. By the diversity of the territorial system components that need to be analyzed, a regional geography study requires a continuous approach of the specific character of these components, which is also valid for the hydrological component. First, it is necessary to highlight the role of potamology, limnology and hydrogeology features in the evolution of the region, as related to three temporal levels (past, present and perspective). The change of population’s notion of the extreme hydrological events by specific and/or general analyses of the changes occurred in the territory (hydrotehnical facilities, impoundment and drainage works). The graphical representation of the analyzed elements and phenomena, which varies in terms of scale and necessity, comes as a supplement and enforcement of the above statements.
Keywords: region, potamology, limnology, hydrogeology, extreme hydrological events, water mills.