PROJECT FOR IDENTIFICATION AND MEASURING A FOREST AREA SITUATED INTO THE ADMINISTRATIVE TERRITORY OF GIROC, TIMIS COUNTY PUBLISHEDLuminiţa Livia Bârliba, Iacob Nemeş, Costel Bârliba, G. Eleş None
The forest as main fighting element against soil degradation and pollution is the larger gift that nature could offers to the human being, continuing to be a great miracle even for the greatest specialists. A modern democracy, cannot be consolidate without having the private propriety as main background which is the result of hard work and life saving, due to which the main goal of the human being is to improve its life conditions. The paper shows up a technical documentation for measuring and identification of forest situated on administrative territory of GIROC, TIMIS county. The purpose of the paper consist in registering the forest area into the Land Register Book according to the owners name by applying the 247/2005 law. The whole area is covered by forest vegetation. The 61.90 ha of oak forest, is having a medium density of 4m, the trees height is around 12 m, and the average thick is 0.25m. The forest is situated nearby Timiseni Monastery at the territorial administrative boundary between Sag and Giroc district. The work beneficiary: Timisoara Archbishopric, Saraca Monastery. The work purpose: consist in identification and field measurements in order to land register the woods parcels Pd420, Pd425, Pd425, Pd411, Pd407, Pd408 in the Timisoara Archbishopric propriety, on the territorial administrative territory of Giroc. Concerning the juridical situation of the propriety, for the moment this is part of the Committee of Propriety Laws for the propriety restitutions, of Giroc Council, Timis County. The topographical field measurements were achieved by using TRIMBLE 5503 DR total station. The projecting system used is Stereografic 70 projecting system. The data acquired by the field measurements, was processed by GEOTOP- Odorheiu Secuiesc software, TOPOSYS 5.1.
geometrical leveling; total station TRIMBLE 5503 DR; topographical-cadastral works