THE ROLE OF CADASTRAL INFORMATION IN THE MANAGEMENT AND LAND USE FROM TIMIS COUNTY PUBLISHED

D. DICU, D. ȚĂRĂU, Iuliana VINTILĂ, C. MARINCA, Lica TUTI
In the context of the current financial crisis from Romania that affected and continue to affect the agricultural sector and taking into account the importance of livestock and their access to available pasture areas (OU 34/2013), in both the public sector domain and private sector of the administrative-territorial units, the cadastral information has a major role in the National Register of Holdings (RNE), according to the Order of the President of the National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Authority no. 40/2010. Through its economic function, cadastre is an important tool in achieving the Romanian Constitution that the State shall ensure exploitation of natural resources in accordance with national interests, protection and recovery of environment and maintaining ecological balance, creating natural conditions for quality of life. The research theme aims to highlight the role of cadastral and soil information in achieving informational system for agriculture and forestry (HG 695/2006) which would constitute the most appropriate technical and scientific ways of managing the economic potential of lands, to conclude partnerships, substantiation of projects to ensure sustainable development of rural areas. The studied area is about 869 665 ha of which 693 417 ha is agricultural land (29 535 ha grassland and 124 461 ha pastures). For complete and systematic knowledge of the lands and carrying out a unified system of technical, economic and legal evidence, it must be known all the details about quality. The research of the ecopedologic conditions was made according to “The methodology of elaborating of pedological studies”, vol. I, II and III elaborated by the ICPA Bucharest in 1987, completed with specific elements from the Romanian System of Taxonomy of Soils (SRSTS-2012). Representing a well-defined condition with a high variability in space but relatively stable over time, pedological factors, through the major components, are essential in characterizing certain areas of land. Certainly, knowledge of natural conditions and the ecological potential of land from specific area for various utilities and some cultures, have an economic and social importance for both large and small farm producers, but especially for central and local government for the programs PNDR and PNDL at territorial administrative units level.
informations, land, assessment, ecological, soils, cadastre map
Presentation: oral

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