https://j.ideasspread.org/index.php/sdr/issue/feed Sustainable Development Research 2021-07-13T07:43:30+08:00 Alex Jones sdr@ideasspread.org Open Journal Systems <p style="background: white; line-height: 14.25pt;"><em>Sustainable Development Research</em> (SDR) (ISSN 2690-9898 E-ISSN 2690-9901) is an international and cross-disciplinary scholarly, open access journal of environmental, cultural, economic and social sustainability of human beings, which provides an advanced forum for studies related to sustainability and sustainable development. It provides an academic platform for professionals and researchers to contribute innovative work in the field.&nbsp;</p> <p style="background: white; line-height: 14.25pt;"><em>Sustainable Development Research</em> (SDR) is quarterly, published in March, June, September and December. It&nbsp;is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published by IDEAS SPREAD in United&nbsp;States. The journal accepts article submissions online or by e-mail.</p> https://j.ideasspread.org/index.php/sdr/article/view/823 Correction of Tropical Rainfall Measuring Missions Satellite Data of Solar Radiation for the High Andean Areas of Peru 2021-07-13T07:43:30+08:00 Odilon Correa Cuba odiloncorrea@unajma.edu.pe Rosa Gabriela Coral Surco rosagabrielacoralsurco@gmail.com Juan José Zuñiga Negron juanjozune@gmail.com <p>The spatial and temporal quantification of climatic elements is necessary in different regions of the world, as mitigation policies against climate change in recent years the use of renewable energies has been promoted, with solar radiation being an important element, the objective is to correct Tropical Rainfall Measuring Missions (TRMM) satellite data series of solar radiation with respect to the data observed through an automatic meteorological station for a short period at a point located in the southern Peruvian Andes, we proceeded to process the observed data and download satellite information, making use of From a mathematical model, the correction coefficients of the satellite data were determined; The multiplicative factor model better corrects the satellite information, the Pearson correlation improved from R = 0.65 to R = 0.84 for monthly solar radiation, in the series of satellite data corrected for 37 years, a trend was determined -0.0006 Watt/m2/month.</p> 2021-05-10T00:00:00+08:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://j.ideasspread.org/index.php/sdr/article/view/778 The Contribution of Forests from Counties Located in Romania’s West Plain to The Area’s Long Lasting Development 2021-07-13T07:43:29+08:00 Ilie-Cosmin Cantar cantar.cosmin@yahoo.com Lucian-Constantin Dinca dinka.lucian@gmail.com <p>The present paper reunites in an objective synthesis data from forest management plans realized in the West Plain during 1995-2008. The study focused on stands situated around cities and in their construction perimeter in order to emphasise their contribution to the area’s long lasting development. The paper’s importance derives from the fact that urban areas are in a continuous development that will incorporate heavily nearby forests. As such, through their functions, forests contribute to the long lasting development of the entire metropolitan area to which they belong. All forests from the West Plain were divided in stand elements (species of a certain age that belong to a forest’s composition). The study has taken into account all stand elements from the area that belongs to the forest category from around cities. The large number of these stand elements (2107) offers a solid base for the different realized analyses. The paper’s results show that from the entire surface of <em>forests with recreation functions</em> located in the West Plain, 4.670 ha are occupied by <em>Forests from around counties, cities and villages as well as forests located in their construction perimeter</em>. The most widespread species from this type of stand is pedunculate oak (<em>Quercus robur </em>L.), which occupies 2072 ha. Forests from around cities from the West Plain are situated at altitudes between 80 and 400 m. The soils are predominantly common alvisol, while <em>Arum-Pulmonaria</em> is the most widespread flora. In the context of the long lasting development of urban areas with implications on nearby forests, the results and discussions of this article represent a first step towards knowing these forests and towards properly managing them in order to successfully fulfil their protection and recreational purposes.</p> 2021-06-04T00:00:00+08:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##