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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LIX
Written by Beatrice Agneta SZILAGYI, Dumitru ZAHARIA, Silvana Mihaela DĂNĂILĂ-GUIDEA, Oana MARE-ROŞCA, Monica MARIAN, Lucia MIHALESCU, Zorica VOŞGAN, Ileana GLODEAN

Green spaces have beneficial effects on human ecosystem and maximizing the people human health quality. As a result of urbanization, green spaces were created by fragmentation of natural habitats. A major problem faced by contemporary civilization is environmental degradation and therefore the quality of life. Urban green spaces can be a solution to improving ambient environmental conditions. They are an essential utility category role in the functionality of a localitys being represented by a complex system of architectural elements (the part that is built) and landscape (design of green spaces through the use of vegetation). Urban green spaces as a result of the smaller spread of peri-urban ones require certain landscaping techniques. This study focused on the analysis of existing green areas in Baia Mare in a European context. With a view toward finishing the study we proposed, we drew up an urban and landscape design plan of Baia Mare's extant parks (Mara Central Park, Park of the Monument to the Romanian Soldiers and Queen Mary Park), describing their principal characteristics (functions, landscaping style, extant facilities). Notably, we performed a study that involved monitoring extant vegetation in the parks and classified the vegetation according to categories (deciduous trees, evergreen trees, deciduous bushes, evergreen bushes, hedges, annual flowering plants, aromatic and decorative species). Thus, we were able to determine the extant quantity of plant material and to gauge its uses. Thus, this study offers new instructions for refurbishing the parks analyzed through another process of landscaping.

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