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Cartography, GIS and the World Wide Web

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 2-6

  Based on initial architecture, the World Wide Web is a collection of human knowledge that allows users to exchange ideas and suggestions among distant places. Cartography and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are in the early stages of development, considering the characteristics of spatial and geographical ...  Read More

Introduction to Political Geography ( Part XXII)

Seyyed Yahya Safavi

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 7-8

  All the universe apart from the objects and phenomena within it is called Space. The Earth, atmosphere, celestial bodies, the Milky Way and other galaxies are within space. Many physicists have divided space into two parts:(A) The near space that lies within a distance of eighty kilometers from the Earth ...  Read More

Application of Satellite Images in Preparation of Soil's Salinity Map Using Spectral Methods

Ali Abdi

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 9-15

  Decrease in production capacity of soils is one of the problems in the country. This decrease is affected by factors such as soil erosion, especially surface erosion. Exit of more than 2 billion tons of sediment per year from the watersheds of the country shows the depth of the disaster. Among other ...  Read More

Comparative Study of Tehran and Shiraz

Gholam Hossein Ghobadi Darabkhani

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 16-20

  The rotation of the Earth along with its transitional movement around the sun, leads to the appearance of night and day and creation of different seasons throughout the year. On the other hand, the inclination of the axis of the Earth and its unsteady speed in the transitional movement around the sun ...  Read More

Desert Loess Vs. Glacial Loess; Formation of Quartz Silt, Areas of Origin and Sediment Trajectories in Formation of Loess Deposits

Reza Esma'eili (Translator)

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 21-28

  The trajectories are presented that suggest the sequence of incidents involving in the formation of Loess deposits, which include both the hypothetical deposits and the deposits of central China, Hungary, Nigeria and Tunisia. These trajectories describe the potential role and interrelationship between ...  Read More

Population and Development (Part II)

Ali Asghar Roshan

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 29-35

  employment and social situations equal with men, has gradually changed conditions in favor of women. Now women are demanding a larger share of the employment market, and they have achieved significant economic positions in, for example, the emerging electronic industries of newly industrialized Asian ...  Read More

Spontaneous Nomadic Villages, a Proper Priority for Settlement Plans

Darab Fattahpour Mariki

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 36-38

  The nomadic society of the country, affected by the upcoming conditions, has in its historical course experienced processes of settlement, one of its prominent characteristics depending on the effective mechanism of stability or lack of stability. The purposeful study of these trends can familiarize ...  Read More

Unbridled Urbanization and its Socio-Cultural Consequences

Rostam Saberifar

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 39-42

  The planet is becoming a world of cities, as the twentieth century witnessed a remarkable development of cities, both in terms of numbers and size (Scoru, 1993). At the beginning of the nineteenth century, about three percent of the world's population lived in urban areas. At the beginning of the 20th ...  Read More

Thermal Islands

Hossein Sarami; Leila Salaki

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 43-49

  In this paper, the concept of Thermal Island has been discussed in general. First of all, the definition of the city’s thermal island and its history have been presented using illustrations and diagrams. Next, the climate variables affecting thermal islands have been considered. The purpose of ...  Read More

The Sea Level Change and Coastal Change During Mid-Holocene

Mohammad Sharifi (Translator); Mohsen Hadi (Translator)

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 50-53

  The mid-Holocene coasts have radical differences with the early and late Holocene coasts both in terms of process and form. To understand this difference, this paper has compiled the calculations in recent studies of sea level changes and coastal evolution between 7800 to 4400 years ago. (Approximately ...  Read More

The Principles and Methods of Earthquake Crisis Management with Emphasis on Iran

Sirous Ghanbari; Arman Ghazi Askari Na'eenei

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 54-60

  In order to prevent, counteract and reduce the effects of natural disasters such as earthquakes, we have to deal, in addition to technical matters, with crisis management and planning how to deal with crises caused by natural disasters. If the probable problems arising from the crisis are not foreseen, ...  Read More

Application of Geographic Information System (GIS) in Command and Control Information System (CCIS)

Mehran Rafi'ei

Volume 14, Issue 56 , February 2005, Pages 61-64

  Today, the most important weaponry in developed countries are utilized based on information technology. Since the coming into existence of human beings, gaining information about the enemy's forces have played a very important role in achieving victory in wars. Furthermore, obtaining, interpreting and ...  Read More