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Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Investigating Decadal Changes in the Probability of Iran’s Precipitation Duration (1977-2016)

Zahra Rabiee Gaffar; Hossein Asakereh; Uones Khosravi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 10 November 2023


  Extended Abstract Introduction The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has reported that climate change results in anomalies, fluctuations or trends in climatic elements, such as precipitation and temperature. In this study, we aim to investigate the decadal changes in the probability ...  Read More

Geographic Data
The study of spatial autocorrelation changes within decades of the annual average snow density in northwest Iran

Zahra Heydari monfared; Seyed Hossein Mirmousavi; Hossein Asakereh; Koohzad Raisipour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 February 2024


  Extended Abstract Introduction: Snow-cover changes and related phenomena (especially depth, snow water equivalent and snow density) have a fundamental role in mountainous environments and strongly affect water availability in downstream areas. In this way, the importance of correct and appropriate analysis ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Investigating and zoning the climatic comfort of tourism in Gilan province using the TCCI index

Hadiseh Sabzi Sorkhani; Abdollah Faraji; Hossein Asakereh

Volume 31, Issue 124 , March 2023, , Pages 119-135


  Extended AbstractIntroductionClimatic conditions have a significant impact on human living conditions and comfort. From the earliest times, humans have reacted to fluctuations in weather conditions  Therefore, it has designed its living environment in accordance with the climatic conditions. One ...  Read More

Analyzing the amount and frequency of daily precipitation in west and southwest Iran during the statistical period of 1979- 2016 affected by the Red Sea low pressure

Hossein Asakereh; Skineh Khani Temeliyeh

Volume 31, Issue 122 , September 2022, , Pages 151-166


  Extended Abstract Introduction As an influential element of climate, precipitation affects human activities and societies. It is thus considered to be the essence of any study conducted as a part of environmental and economic planning. Precipitation in Iran, especially in its west and southwest is ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Simulating maximum temperature recorded in Qazvin Synoptic Station Using Statistical Downscaling of CanESM2 Output

Hossein Asakereh; Ava Gholami

Volume 30, Issue 118 , September 2021, , Pages 25-41


  Extended AbstractIntroductionAs global warming and changes in global temperature are considered to be the most important instances of climate change in the present century, temperature can be introduced as an indicator reflecting the response and feedback of climate system to these changes. In this regard, ...  Read More

Evaluation of SDSM model efficiency in simulating the average temperature of Kermanshah station

Hossein Asakereh; hadis kiani

Volume 27, Issue 105 , June 2018, , Pages 49-62


  Extended Abstract Global warming and its consequence which occurs as climate change are of the world's major problems in the current century. Climate change and the warming of the earth have adverse effects on resources such as water, forests, pastures, agricultural land, industry and ultimately human ...  Read More

Modeling of Spatial Relationships of Water Vapor Pressure using Spatial Statistics Techniques

Yunes Khosravi; Hassan Lashkari; Aliakbar Matkan; Hossein Asakareh

Volume 26, Issue 102 , September 2017, , Pages 81-98


  Introduction Survey of spatial relationships of environmental data is considered as one of themost important goalsof spatial statistics for analyzing the spatial patterns and understanding the spatial dependencies. In this context, the Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis (ESDA) could well provide methods ...  Read More

Modeling the number of days of annual precipitation based on relative humidity and annual temperature "A Case Study of Zanjan Station"

Hossein Asakareh; Saeedeh Ashrafi

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, , Pages 13-17

  Climatic phenomena are complex. The complexity is that the phenomenon has many causes. The interrelationships between climatic elements and factors have led to the application of statistical methods, including multivariate statistical methods in climatic studies. One of these applications is to study ...  Read More

The effect of temperature and relative humidity on precipitation during recent decades (Case study: Zanjan station)

Hossein Asakereh; Soheila Maleki

Volume 20, Issue 78 , August 2011, , Pages 7-12

  Temperature and precipitation are two important climatic variables that have a significant effect on life and activities of individuals. These two elements are generally dependent on each other. In this research, the correlation between temperature and precipitation is determined using Pearson correlation ...  Read More

Road Accidents Analysis with Climatic Approach (Case study: Ahwaz-Susangerd Road)

Hossein Asakareh; Mohammad Savari

Volume 19, Issue 75 , November 2010, , Pages 92-96

  According to statistics thousands of people die or become disabled in road accidents every year. Several factors may play a role in the occurrence of accidents, among which are road geometric design, environmental conditions and human factors. Among the environmental factors that affect the safety and ...  Read More

Northern Atlantic Ocean's Fluctuations

Hosein Asakareh

Volume 12, Issue 48 , February 2003, , Pages 20-24

  No region is independent from the point of view of climate, and the dominant climatic pattern in one region affects other regions, because there is a systematic atmospheric relationship between them in spite of climatic disparities between different regions; for instance changes occurring in tropical ...  Read More