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Trekking through the Scăriţa-Belioara Nature Reserve

On the 15th of March, the Department organized a trekking through the Şesul Craiului – Scăriţa Belioara Nature Reserve (Apuseni Mountains), with a lot of participating students.

The Scăriţa-Belioara is a botanical reserve, which harbours many glacial relicts. The vertical walls of the calcareous rocks resemble a fortress. Our trip started at the Poşaga de Sus village, followed by an abrupt path through a beech forest, which led to an alpine zone with an exquisite sight to the calcareous, white cliffs. We passed by some abandoned wood hovels, than climbed to the ridge, reaching the highest peak (Scăriţa) at an altitude of 1384 m. From there we could easily identify the valley of the Arieş river, the Trascăului Mountains at south and the Muntele Mare plateau – still covered by snow – at north. We finished our trekking by descending to the village, accompanied by the presence of common snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis), liverwort (Anemone hepatica) and greater pasque flower (Pulsatilla grandis) along the road.


Green minutes with Ágnes Balázsi, PhD

Anita Deák from the Agnus Radio interviewed our colleague, Ágnes Balázsi, PhD, about the relationship between man and nature. She has also highlighted the importance and the sustainability of this relationship.

2 months ago


The new academic year during the pandemic

In the first weeks of the new academic year we will hold offline seminars and laboratory works. Please read carefully the regulations for the personal conduct in the faculty buildings.

3 months ago


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