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Hospital site selection using hybrid PSO algorithm - Case study: District 2 of Tehran

Mehrdad Kaveh; Mohammad Saadi Mesgari

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 7-22


   Extended Abstract Introduction Site selection for health centers and hospitals in proper locations and the allocation of population to them is an important issue in urban planning. The location and allocation of health and medical facilities including hospitals, have long been an important issue ...  Read More

The role of tides in maritime territoriality and the impact of climate change on it

Doreh Mirheidar; Bahador Gholami; Zahra Pishgahifard; Ghasem Azizi; Amirhossein Ranjbarian

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 23-40


  Extended Abstract Introduction Maritime territories and quasi-territories are, in fact, continuation of territories underwater,formedbased on rules and principles governing political systems,international law and international relationsin maritime environment.Place making, territoriality, delimitation ...  Read More

Prediction of areas at risk of frost using the NEAT model

Elahe Khesali; Mohammadreza Mobasheri

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 41-52


  Extended Abstract Introduction Frost causes a lot of damage to the agricultural sector every year.From the meteorological point of view, when the temperature drops below a certain value, frost occurs. This threshold may vary from one crop to the other. Not much research has been done to predict frost ...  Read More

Analysis of urban water consumption in Babol County using data mining methods

Mehrdad AhangarCani; Seyyed Hossien Khasteh

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 53-69


  Extended Abstract Introduction and Objective Due to the location of Iran in dry regions of the Middle East, and also because of the rapid increase in its urban population and water consumption, every day the issue of water scarcity becomes more severe in Iran. In recent years, Iran has faced serious ...  Read More

3 Dimensional modeling and visibility estimation of road signs from drivers’ perspective

Sara Karami; Mohammad Taleai

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 71-82


  Extended Abstract Introduction  Road signs not only provide drivers with the necessary information and guidance, but also inform them of related rules and probable risks along roads. Safety of roads, and thus minimum delay and discomfort for drivers depends on traffic order. This order is only achieved ...  Read More

Forest height estimation using DCP mode of compact PolInSAR data

Amir Aghabalaei; Hamid Ebadi; Yasser Maghsoudi

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 83-95


  Extended Abstract Introduction Monitoring and assessment of the biosphere are two essential tasks at any scale. Based on this, forests play an important role in controlling the climate and the global carbon cycle. For this reason, biomass and consequently forest height are known as the key information ...  Read More

Estimation of sky view factor (SVF)an empirical comparison of interpolation models

Abdolhossein ZarifianMehr; Laala Jahanshahloo; Hossein Zabihi; Bohloul Alijani

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 97-117


  Extended Abstract Introduction Obtaining reliable environmental values in vast geographic areas is usually costly and difficult; therefore, the ability to predict unknown values or in other words, the use of better interpolation methods is very important. Interpolation methods utilize a set of different ...  Read More

Estimation of Moho depth based on the inversion of gravity anomaly data from different sources Case study: Khorasan region

Marzieh Jafari; Seyed Mojtaba Dorchei

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 119-128


  Extended Abstract Introduction Estimation of the Moho depth and thickness of the crust using the gravity anomaly datais one of the basic researches in the geophysics and geology sciences.   Materials & Methods Based on many geophysical studies, the three-dimensional thickness determination of ...  Read More

Mapping the potential of solar power plants based on the concept of risk Case study: Razavi Khorasan Province

Saman Nadizadeh Shorabeh; Najmeh Neisany Samany; Yaghob Abdali

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 129-147


  Extended Abstract Introduction There is a huge potential in the usage of renewable energy sources because these natural resources are inexpensive and harmless to the environment. Solar, wind, and geothermal energies are among the renewable energies. Solar photovoltaic (PV) technology is one of the fastest ...  Read More

Evaluation and prediction of vegetation changes of Mazandaran, Iran from 2005 to 2017 using Markov chain method and Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

Reza Sarli; Gholamreza Roshan; Stefan Grab

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 149-162


  Extended Abstract Introduction change monitoring is generally used to evaluate natural processes such as the long-term effects of climate change, which is affected by the interaction of the climatic system’s constructive components such as the biosphere, lithosphere, or factors that control the ...  Read More

Accuracy assessment of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) of SRTM and ASTER satellites with precise ground observations (DGPS) Case study: from the Azad dam to the plain of Ghorveh-Dehgolan, Sanandaj

Mostafa Khabazi; Ali Mehrabi; Javad Arabi

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 163-174


  Extended Abstract Introduction Digital elevation model (DEM) is the raster representation of the ground surface so that the information of each cell on the image has a value equal to the altitude from the sea level corresponding to the same spot on the ground. DEM is an appropriate tool for the generation ...  Read More

Detection and prediction of land use changes using CA-Markov model Case study: Tehran - Damavand

Naser Shafiei Sabet; Alireza Shakiba; Ashkan Mohammadi

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 175-190


  Extended Abstract Introduction Nowadays,satellite imagery is used as a suitable toolforproduction of land use maps. It is also considered to be an important resource used for urban and rural land use planning. Due to the general coverage of different phenomena and natural resources, satellite imageriesplay ...  Read More

Evaluation of dust storm temporal distribution and the relation of the effective factors with the frequency of occurrence in Khuzestan Province from 2000 to 2015

Seyed Saeid Nabavi; Hamidreza Moradi; Mohamad Shrifikia

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 191-203


  Extended Abstract Introduction There has been an increase in the occurrence of dust storms in the Middle East in recent years. The World Meteorological Organization has introduced dust storms as the result of atmospheric turbulence, which injects a large amount of dust into the atmosphere and makes the ...  Read More

Evaluating efficiency of object-based classification techniques used to extract land use from IKONOS satellite imageries

Saeed salmani; Hamid Ebrahimy; Keyvan Mohammadzade; Khalil Valizadeh Kamran

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 205-215


  Extended Abstract Introduction With the advent of remote sensing technology, huge volume of remotely sensed data is now availablein different areas. As the fastest and the most cost-efficient method, satellite data is available for both researchers and responsible authorities seeking to produce land ...  Read More

Dust storm detection in the Southwest of Iran using NDDI and BTD indexes and neural network

Marziyeh Deiravi pour; Hossein mohammadasgari; saeid Farhadi; Iman Najafi

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 217-234


  Extended Abstract Introduction One of the important features of desert areas (arid and semi-arid) is dust phenomena that occurs in most days of the year. Dust phenomena occur especially in tropical areas. In some parts of the world, including Africa, Australia and the Middle East, the annual sediment ...  Read More

Application of remote sensing data in detection of urban land use changes Case study: Shahr-e Kord

Mohsen Shaterian; Seyed Hojjat Mousavi; Zahra Momenbeik

Volume 28, Issue 111 , December 2019, Pages 235-250


  Extended Abstract Introduction Knowing type and percentage of each land use and land cover are considered to be a fundamental need for understanding and managing an area. Given the ever-increasing changes in land use, managers and experts need to be aware of past changes and developments. This is because, ...  Read More