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Sustainable urban approach

Hosseyn Hataminejad; Roohollah Mohammadi

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 2-7

  An approach to sustainable form of city Abstract Sustainable development is a modern concept which has been propounded widely by linking different dimensions of development (economic, cultural, political and social) and focusing on climatic considerations and environment protection. On the other hand ...  Read More

An Analysis of the Problems of the Worn fabric -case study: Kazeroon

Seyyedeh Shahla Hosseyni-e Asl; Hasan Beykmohammadi

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 8-10

  Kazerun is located in southern Fars province. It covers an area of about 2174 hectares. Due to inappropriate features (such as unemployment, shortage in services, narrow passages, population density, insufficiency in infrastructure, economic, social and legal problems), 10 percent of this area (about ...  Read More

Garmsar National Park Park

Heydar Lotfi; Mandana Ghanbari

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 11-16

  Developing Kavir national park is especially crucial in all ecological, economic and political dimensions. This national park is one of the largest national parks in Iran. Sustainable development of Kavir national park requires great precision, due to its ecologic nature as a desert, presence of specific ...  Read More

The study of urban construction of Isfahan during the Safavid period

Nasim Heydarinejad

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 17-21

  Throughout history, urban life and development have always owed specific ideas in human political and ideological beliefs and specific methods and opinions for building societies and a comfortable human life. Suggestions and opinions proposed by scholars in different eras have resulted in different plans ...  Read More

Estimation of economic-recreational valuation in the Nahavand Forest and Mirage

Dariush Abolfathi; Iesa Saraghi; Ghasem Sarempour

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 22-27

  According to the main tourism factors mentioned in the master plan, Nahavand town is located in the second tourism district of the province. Many different natural and cultural attractions are located in Nahavand, while tourist attractions in Sarab-e Giyan forest are mainly of ecotourism kind (natural-environmental). This ...  Read More

Statistical analysis and prediction of early frost in Khash city

Taghi Tavoosi; Mohsen Armesh

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 28-30

  From a meteorological point of view, frost occurs when minimum daily temperature decreases to 0 °C. This study seeks to predict and rout early autumn frosts in Khash city. To study early frosts, the first day of frost in the statistical period of 1986 to 2008 was investigated. Probabilities and return ...  Read More

A New Approach to Globalization From a Natural Geography Perspective

Mozaffar Kazemizad

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 31-35

  The concept of globalization is studied in different scientific fields. Globalization began in the realm of economy and draws to political and cultural realms. Different scientific fields see globalization as the idea of eliminating geographic borders and reducing distances and there is a consensus that ...  Read More

An Attitude to Chicago School Failures in Urban Studies

Mostafa Mohammadi Dah Cheshmeh

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 36-39

  Urban development requires a rational thinking system and a philosophic-ideological thinking in the framework of schools, scientific theories, legal context, and efficient policy making for the specific time and space. In this regard, human being has always endeavored to organize all its activities like ...  Read More

Classification of the Chenar rahdar river based on erosion forms

Ali Torabi Haghighi; Hosseyn Saremi; Roohollah Ghalambar

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 40-42

  The new and modern scientific field of river engineering integrates hydraulics with hydrology-geomorphology and investigates and discuss water movement in rivers. In order to prevent damages caused by river flood, probable floods must be predicted using appropriate methods. Moreover, identifying river ...  Read More

Geotourism abilities in the development of Abyaneh village

Somayyeh Khosravi

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 43-47

  Abyane, Masule, Kandovan and Meymand are four historical and exceptional villages who Iran beautiful and historical landscapes which can be investigated due to their. Abyane village is located in the skirts of Karkas Mountain, 40 kilometer North West of Natanz and 70 kilometers South of Kashan in Isfahan ...  Read More

Erosion potential

Ashraf Mandani

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 48-50

  Water resources and their appropriate exploitation are among important and critical issues in deserts and semi-desert areas. Qom has always faced water shortage and Panzdah-e Khordad Dam was built between Qom and Delijan to resolve the problem. This dam faces lots of sedimentation. This inevitably results ...  Read More

Causes of landslide

Aliakbar Sarmadi Seyfi; Ahmad Adib

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 51-53

  The present article investigates influential factors in land sliding phenomena in Qozlu village. According to the investigations and field studies, Qozlu village is located on an old land sliding zone and settlements in southern, western and central village have been damaged due to the activities of ...  Read More

Spatial Analysis of Rural Settlements System

Musa Malekipour

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 54-58

  Human societies in different geographic ranges have changed their environment to different degrees depending on the techniques, culture and natural gifts they enjoy. Ultimately, their dominance and supremacy on the environment has resulted in the creation of landscapes. Settlements are organized within ...  Read More

Land use

Siamak Taghizadeh ghaleh jooghi; Manuchehr Masumi

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 59-65

  Land forms are always changing because of human activities and natural phenomena. In urban environment, these changes happen with more diversity and speed. As a result, understanding land use changes is essential for optimal urban management. Thus, accessing information regarding land use and its changes ...  Read More

Tourism of the second homes

Mahbubeh Khosravinejad; Seyyed Eskandar Seydaei; Hosseyn Serami

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 66-69

  In developed societies, a major proportion of the population live in cities and they are immersed in urban life style. Thus, village and rural life is a strange and yet interesting concept for the urban population. This is the main stimulus for changing villages into a tourism attraction. Rural tourism ...  Read More

The phenomenon of salt diapirism

Seyyed Hojjat Mousavi

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 70-76

  Limited and polluted fresh water resources are among the main problems and crisis the world and especially Iran face now and in future. Many natural and human related factors make Iran limited water resources polluted and unusable. One of the main problems of fresh water resources is that different natural ...  Read More

Globalization and the transformation of the concept of geography

Mohammad Rauf Heydarifar

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 77-89

  Globalization is happening and an ambiguous future is approaching. There are controversial perspectives regarding the influence of this process on geographic space. Some try to prove the importance of geography and its influence and sustainability in social life, while others do not predict a bright ...  Read More

Integrated environmental management in the organization of the coast of the country

Bahman Ramezani; Mohammad Taleghani

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 90-94

  All over the world, coastal areas have always been exploited more than any other area because of their rich resources. Coastal areas are among the most dynamic and productive areas of the world and a context for immerse economic and social activities. On the other hand, population growth and development ...  Read More

Ecohotel management

Rahim Sarvar; Sharareh Nourani

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 95-101

  Theory of sustainable development was proposed in 1970s, and its foundations were implemented gradually by international organizations and national governments. Emphasis on protecting the environment, reducing energy use, preserving environmental values, along with helping local societies in their development ...  Read More

Erosional coastal hills

Maryam Jaberi

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, Pages 102-112

  Sand hills are formed by erosion in very large mega-cusps (200 meter along the coast). This erosion is caused by returning currents. In very large mega-cusps, coasts reach their narrowest limit. So progressive waves of huge storms and high tides can reach the claws of the coastal hills undercutting them, ...  Read More