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GEOGENIC EMISSIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES FROM GEOTHERMAL AND PETROLEUM SYSTEMS- APPLICATION TO ROMANIA

Project title GEOGENIC EMISSIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES FROM GEOTHERMAL AND PETROLEUM SYSTEMS- APPLICATION TO ROMANIA Funding Program Program IDEI_Proiecte de Cercetare Exploratorie_Competitie 2011 Project PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0537 Project duration October 2011 – September 2016 Summary The project proposes a complex approach intending to provide a more precise quantification and understanding of the geogenic emission of greenhouse gases (GHG), especially CH4 and CO2, and photochemical pollutants from geothermal and petroleum systems. Romania is one of the richest European countries in surface manifestations of

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Research Institute for Sustainability and Disaster Management based on High Performance Computing (ISUMADECIP) ISUMADECIP Mission The Institute operates as a research unit dealing with topics like causes of disasters, the effects generated by various disasters, appropriate management strategies, short-, medium- and long-term effects on the population, economy and environment and proposed management strategies for various types of disasters. ISUMADECIP provides the framework for interdisciplinary research, setting the basis for addressing the challenges induced by the complex disaster management process. The

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GEOGENIC EMISSIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES FROM GEOTHERMAL AND PETROLEUM SYSTEMS- APPLICATION TO ROMANIA Development of research infrastructure for disaster management based on high performance computing (MADECIP) Tools for sustainable gold mining in EU (SUSMIN) Geogenic emissions of greenhouse gases from geothermal and petroleum systems- application to Romania (HYSED – RO) Implementation of radon remediation techniques in dwellings of Baita-Stei radon prone area (IRART) Schools Indoor Pollution and Health: Observatory Network in Europe (SINPHONIE)

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