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Volume 17 (2008)
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Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Presenting attenuation relationships observed in near-field and far-field earthquakes of Zagros seismotectonic region using two different simulation methods

Ali Hasankhani; Mahdi Modiri; Ahmad Naghavi

Volume 32, Issue 127 , December 2023, , Pages 43-54


  Extended AbstractIntroductionUnfortunately, seismic data recorded globally during the last fifty years does not include every type of wave propagation conditions in the environment, types of construction, the rupture process on the fault, and the geometrical relationship between the construction and ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Analysis and identification of effective criteria on the optimal location of temporary settlement after the earthquake -Case study of Kermanshah city

Mohammad hassan Yazdani; Ata GhaffariGilande; Farahnaz Veismoradi

Volume 31, Issue 124 , March 2023, , Pages 149-163


  Extended Abstract1-IntroductionA crisis is a crisis that threatens our country due to special geographical conditions. According to official statistics in the last 29 years, 1% of the country's human casualties were caused by earthquakes, and on average every year an earthquake with a magnitude of 7 ...  Read More

Estimating surface displacement of the June 2020 earthquake in Northwestern Iran - Study area: Qotur City

Reyhaneh Modirzadeh; Rashed Emami; Sayad Asghari Sareskanrod; Aref Rostami

Volume 31, Issue 122 , September 2022, , Pages 207-219


  Extended Abstract Introduction Earthquake is a natural disaster which sometimes causes injury and loss of life to many people and generates tsunamis. As one of the most frequently occurring natural phenomena, it is considered by many as the most frightening and dangerous natural hazard. With recent ...  Read More

Analyzing vulnerability of Kermanshah metropolis to earthquake in natural, physical, social and economic dimensions

Esmaeil Aliakbari; Mostafa Taleshi; Mohammadreza Karami; Kioumars Maleki

Volume 30, Issue 117 , June 2021, , Pages 223-249


  Introduction On average, an earthquake with the force of 6 magnitude of the Richter scale hits Iran every year and a 7.0 earthquake strikes the country every ten years. The fact that urban areas face serious damages due to these natural disasters makes it clear ...  Read More

Designing and implementing a GIS-based model for temporary accommodation planning in the management of earthquake crisis in Babol City

Yasser Ebrahimian Ghajari

Volume 29, Issue 113 , June 2020, , Pages 29-41


  Introduction Natural hazards have always been a part of our surrounding environment and human life would be unimaginable without considering these hazards. With the development of social life, and particularly with urbanization and increasing expansion of cities, the dimensions of such incidents have ...  Read More

Zoning and spatial analysis of the susceptibility of four environmental hazards: Landslide, Flood, Earthquake and Subsidence (Case study: 22 Districts of Tehran)

Zohreh Fanni; Seyyed MohammadReza Ghashami

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, , Pages 77-89


  Extended Abstract Introduction The natural behaviors of the human life environment where the settlements are constructed without recognizing and studying these behaviors are called hazards. The distinctive features of natural hazards are the changes in the hazard severity in different locations, as ...  Read More

Evaluating the vulnerability of urban buildings to various earthquake intensities Case study: District 9 of Tehran Municipality

Hossein Nazmfar; Saiedeh Alavi

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, , Pages 165-181


  Extended Abstract Introduction The rapidity of urbanization, especially in developing countries, has led to the fact that half of the world’s population is currently settled in urban areas. Most of these areas with high population density are vulnerable to crises (Shelter Center, 2010: xiv). ...  Read More

Integration of satellite image and LiDAR data to determine damaged buildings after the earthquake based on support vector Machine Algorithm in Haiti

Faeze Eslamizade; Heidar Rastiveis

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, , Pages 7-24


  Extended abstract Introduction Given the population growth and increasing urbanization, the occurrence of natural disasters like earthquake can cause heavy losses and damages and interrupt the development of cities and countries. Among these disasters, the earthquakeisof great importance due to its unpredictability ...  Read More

Analyzing and measuring the vulnerability of urban buildings against earthquake using statistical analyses Case Study: The Worn Texture of BoroujerdCity

Habib Sahami; Sodabeh Papi; Nahid Khosravi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, , Pages 223-236


  Extended abstract Introduction Urban old fabrics are supposed to be one of the most vulnerable parts, which are affected in natural disasters mostly earthquakes. The buildings in such areas have no sufficient resistance because of long age and life span and in case of earthquake they are collapsed ...  Read More

Vulnerability zoning of seismic points in Iran’s Provinces based on temperature variations and seismic events using MODIS images of MOD11A1 and the GIS

Heydare Lotfi; Hosseyn Musazadeh

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, , Pages 101-117


  Extended Abstract  Introduction In order to analyze the reduction of the impacts of natural hazards, particularly the earthquakes, four basic constituents such as conceptual understanding of development, vulnerability, recognition of the concept of risk, conceptual understanding of capacity building, ...  Read More

Identification and prioritization of urban deteriorated texture in order to reduce the earthquake-induced vulnerability - Case study: Region 5 in Esfahan

Mohsen Saghaei

Volume 27, Issue 105 , June 2018, , Pages 171-182


  Extended Abstract Introduction The worn out textures are one of a variety of urban textures that are spatially unstable due to physical deterioration and inappropriate enjoyment and the existence of vulnerable infrastructures and are one of the main challenges facing most cities and especially metropolises. ...  Read More

Investigating and evaluating the worn-out texture of Ilam City with the approach of earthquake crisis management

Amir Mahmoudzadeh; Iran Ghaazi; Maryam Askari

Volume 26, Issue 102 , September 2017, , Pages 111-126


  Abstract[1] As the most devastating natural disaster,the earthquake is considered to be the cause of human casualties and significant economic losses in the country, which is far more severe in urban worn out textures, because the worn texture has a distinct and unique structure. The area of the worn ...  Read More

Assessment of Physical Vulnerability of the Texture in District 1 of Tehran city against possible Earthquakes using "IHWP" method and "GIS" system

shahabadin isalou; Gholamreza Latifi; VAHID GOODARZY

Volume 25, Issue 100 , March 2017, , Pages 73-87


  Abstract Confronting natural disasters and managing that by using the most efficient means, have always been subjected to deliberation, investigation and examination from various aspects. But, a comprehensive and locative analysis on the spur of the moment is always an essential act that must be taken.In ...  Read More

Evaluation of Urban Fabric Vulnerability Rateto Earthquake using ANP and GIS techniques (Case study: Semirom city)

Seyed Ali Alavi; Seyed Mostafa Hosseini; Fariba Bahrami; Mehrab Ashorlo

Volume 25, Issue 100 , March 2017, , Pages 129-146


    Planning with the aim of crisis management and earthquake risk estimation has always been one of the main concerns of urban planners and managers. In order to plan crisis management before the occurrence of earthquake, determining the vulnerability rate of urban fabrics to earthquake is necessary. ...  Read More

Providing Seismic Loss Estimation Model of Vital Infrastructure Based on Spatial Information System

Mohammad Eskandari; Mahdi Modiri; Babak Omidvar; Aliasghar Alesheikh; Mohammadali Nekooie; Ali Alidoosti

Volume 25, Issue 98 , October 2016, , Pages 91-111


  Abstract The earthquake phenomenon is a natural disaster that causes many fatal, financial and environmental damages every year. Iran is extremely vulnerable to earthquakes due to its seismicity and its location on the earthquake belt. Also, a large number of facilities were built before the formulation ...  Read More

TEC anomaly detection prior to strong earthquake using integration of artificial neural network with particle swarm optimization algorithm (PSO)

Monireh Shamshiri; Mahdi Akhondzadeh Hanzaei

Volume 24, Issue 94 , September 2015, , Pages 5-18


  Discussion about earthquake to reduce its casualties and damages is very important, especially in a seismic area like Iran where the occurrence of this natural phenomenon is seen annually. Anomaly detection prior to earthquake plays an important role in earthquake prediction. Ionosphere changes which ...  Read More

Precise Geological Mapping as a New Method for Analyzing Surface Faults

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 17, Issue 67 , October 2008, , Pages 2-12

  In order to evaluate the potential for earthquake surface fracture, a new application of highly accurate geological mapping with total electronic station is presented. This method makes it possible to detect secondary faults, which represent 30-cm-long vertical displacement that does not appear on the ...  Read More

The Vulnerability of the Historical Texture of Yazd City to the Earthquake

Hossein Klantari Khalil Abad; Hossein Hataminejad; Aref Agha Safari

Volume 16, Issue 61 , May 2007, , Pages 54-60

  Most of the buildings in the historical texture of Yazd have not been adequately resistant to earthquakes, and the rules, regulations and criteria have not been observed in their design. Most of these buildings are old and some of them are newly-built. The occurrence of earthquake entails serious and ...  Read More

Crisis Management Process in Reducing Natural Disasters (Earthquake)

Gholam Reza Latifi

Volume 15, Issue 59 , November 2006, , Pages 22-26

  The expansion of cities and urbanization and the gradual increase of the number of large cities in the world especially in developing countries including Iran on the one hand, and the growth of cities, concentration and accumulation of population, and increase of environmental and economic load on them ...  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