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dreptului de proprietate asupra imobilelor preluate abuziv în perioada regimului comunist în România conferit prin măsurile de restituire instituite de Legea nr. 165/2013 [The practical and effective nature of the ownership right over real properties taken
Why are the emergence and development of media also important in a historical approach to ethnology in Romania 1 ? At the very least because the rhetorical logic of the discourse that is currently building the image of the junction between
relationship between the cycles, changes in curricula and study programs, etc. Romania, together with other CEE countries such as Croatia, Hungary, Montenegro, Poland or Slovakia, has adopted the 180 + 120 credit (3 + 2 academic years) cycle model representing
Authors:Marian Calin, Maria Zoran, and Mihaela Calin
Due to their low radioactivity background, underground salt mines spaces offer a unique possibility for speleotherapy use.
The knowledge of radon concentration levels in such underground environments is essential for therapeutic purposes of different
respiratory and rheumatic diseases. In order to develop speleotherapy in Romania, this paper presents the results of an indoor
radon concentration levels survey in some salt mines in Romania. The survey was carried out using radon monitor Pylon AB-5 system methodology validated by a CIS-P5M system. In order to investigate whether differences in depth and microclimate
parameters translate into significant differences in salt mine indoor radon concentrations, have been chosen three salts mine
test sites placed in the Northern part of Romania (Turda, Cacica and Ocna Dej) in stable areas of the mining field at 32–120 m
depth. Environmental microclimate conditions (mean values of air temperature 10–14.5 °C, air humidity 65–80%, air velocity
0.2 m/s saline aerosols and low microbial factors) have anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties and
recognized therapeutically effects on human body’s health. Air temperature is one of the most important factors which need
to be considered when carrying out a survey of indoor radon concentrations in salt mines because temperature largely determines
close spaces ventilation rates, and ventilation habits are known to have significant effects on indoor radon concentrations.
The analyzed environmental conditions and recorded low levels of indoor mean radon concentration (6.9 ± 0.39 and 96.5 ± 4.76 Bq/m3) demonstrated the best suitability of the investigated three salt mines in Romania for speleotherapeutic applications.