Autori: Tabara, D., Chirila, G
Editorial: Analele Universitãţii ”Al. I. Cuza” din Iaşi - Seria Geologie (AUI-G), 58 (1), p.5-21, 2012.
In the present paper, 24 palaeobotanical assemblages were analysed and, by applying the
Coexistence Approach method, the MAT (Mean Annual Temperature), MAP (Mean Annual
Precipitations), CMT (Coldest Month Mean Temperature) and WMT (Warmest Month Mean
Temperature) were calculated for the Sarmatian deposits from the north-east of Romania. The
values calculated for the climatic parameters were used to obtain palaeoclimatic maps with
their distribution in the studied area. During the Sarmatian period, the climate was warmtemperate,
with mean annual temperatures between 12.1–18.8C, average precipitation of 958–
1234 mm, and mean temperatures of the hot season between 23.1–26.9C. The present study
also includes a comparison between the Sarmatian palaeoclimate and the modern climate from
the same area.
Cuvinte cheie: palaeoclimat maps, Sarmatian, North Eastern of Romania, Coexistence approach