Radu Gabriel Pirnau




Radu Gabriel Pîrnău holds a master degree in Soil Science and a PhD degree in Geography received in 2011 from Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania. He is currently working as scientific researcher at the Romanian Academy-Iași Branch, Geography Group. His main interests focus on pedo-archaeology, digital soil mapping and digital soil morphometrics. He has participated as soil surveyor in several archaeological projects conducted in Neo-Eneolithic, Roman-Byzantine and Medieval settlements or cemeteries from Romania and the Republic of Moldova.


Pîrnău, R.G., Patriche, C.V., Roșca,
B., Vasiliniuc, I., Vornicu, N.,
Stanc, S.M., 2020. Soil spatial
patterns analysis at the ancient city of Ibida (Dobrogea, SE Romania), via
portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry and multivariate statistical methods. Catena
189, June 2020.

Patriche, C.V., Pîrnău, R.G., Grozavu,
A., Roșca, B., 2016. A
comparative analysis of binary logistic regression and analytical hierarchy
process for landslide susceptibility assessment in the Dobrovăţ river basin,
Romania. Pedosphere, 26(3):335-350.

Vasiliniuc, I., Patriche, C.V., Pîrnău, R.G., Roșca, B., 2013. Statistical spatial models of soil
parameters. An approach using different methods at different scales. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 12, Issue 3, 2013, pp.