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Remote Sensing (RS)
Mapping forest distribution and density as well as other land uses in Arasbaran area using Sentinel2 data

Raheleh Ostadhashemi; Khosrow Mirakhorlou; Jamshid Yarahmadi; Mohamad Reza Najibzadeh

Volume 32, Issue 125 , June 2023, , Pages 67-80


  Extended AbstractIntroductionNowadays, natural resources are exploited for the purpose of economical development in developing countries. Expansion of agricultural lands, supply of charcoal and fuel wood and wood production play an important role in forest degradation which affects biodiversity, ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Assessing vertical accuracy of remotely sensed DEMs in different land uses

Sakine Koohi; Asghar Azizian

Volume 30, Issue 118 , September 2021, , Pages 7-24


  Extended AbstractIntroductionDue to the high costs of land surveying, remotely sensed digital elevation models (DEMs) are a common method used to demonstrate topographic variations of the land surface. Generally, these DEM datasets are freely accessible to engineers and researchers covering most parts ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Analyzing ecological security of land use changes in Lavasanat Basin using ecosystem services (water production)

Yaser Moarrab; Esmaiel Salehi; Mohammad Javad Amiri; Hassan Hoveidi

Volume 30, Issue 118 , September 2021, , Pages 59-75


  Extended AbstractIntroductionThe global rise in urbanization and settlement of the majority of the world’s population in urban areas create opportunities and challenges for improving the quality and sustainability of life. Potential of cities for meeting the basic needs of people has become an ...  Read More

Investigating Urban Heat Islands (UHI) and the irrelation with air pollution, NDVI and NDBI in Arak using RS techniques

Mehrdad Hadipour; Hamid Darabi; Aliakbar Davudirad

Volume 28, Issue 112 , March 2020, , Pages 249-264


  Extended Abstract Introduction With the development of urbanization, a large part of agricultural areas and forests have been replaced by residential areas, industrial centers, and other infrastructures. This is due to human life style and his endeavor to reach sustainable urbanization. A series of changes ...  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

Extracting Land Use Map based on a comparison between Pixel-Based and Object-Oriented Classification Methods Case Study: Zanjan City

Sayyad asghari Saraskanrood; behrooz khodabandelo; Ahmad Naseri; Ali moradi

Volume 28, Issue 110 , September 2019, , Pages 195-208


  Extended Abstract Introduction Currently, two general methods are used for classification of digital satellite images: pixel-based and object-oriented processing. Unlike pixel-based Methods, object-oriented techniques employ different geometric, spatial, spectral, and form-based algorithms, and selecting ...  Read More

Modeling dynamic changes of Land Use with Object Based Image Analysis and CA-Markov approach (Case study: Shiraz city)

Hamid Ebrahimy; Aliakbar Rasuly; Ahmad Ahmadpour

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, , Pages 137-149


  Extended Abstract Introduction Land use is one of the most important indicators of economic and social development in urban areas, and has resulted in extensive changes in available structures and procedures of these areas. Therefore, human activities are known as one of the main principles and components ...  Read More

The impact of irrigation system of Karkheh Dam on land use changes using satellite images Case study: semi-arid region of Abbas Plain

Kamran Karimi; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Marzban Faramarzi; Hassan Khosravi

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, , Pages 129-140


  Extended Abstract Introduction Land use changes is a widespread and accelerating process, mainly driven by natural phenomena and anthropogenic activities, which in turn drive changes that would impact natural ecosystem. Because of the human population growth and its impacts, land-use patterns are changing ...  Read More

An Analysis of landuse changes in metropolises using satellite imagery analysis in the ENVI environment Case study: Ahvaz metropolis

Saeed Amanpour; Mohammad Javad Kamelifar; Hojjat Bahmani

Volume 26, Issue 102 , September 2017, , Pages 139-150


  Abstract[1] One of the main challenges in the urban development process in developing countries is their accelerated growth, which, if this growth issporadic and unplanned,it will pose a lot of problems to the urban management process and planning.The city of Ahwaz is one of the cities in our country ...  Read More

The effect of land use planning in urban transport

Iman Ghalandarian Golekhatmi

Volume 23, Issue 89 , May 2014, , Pages 102-105

  Different elements are involved in user’s transportation choice. Land use is one of these influential elements. The present article investigates the impact of different urban land use factors (like density, local access, street connections, composition of the land uses, pedestrian-center) on traveling ...  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

Land use change analysis strategies focusing on remote sensing and with user analysis on the Gorgan area

Majid Vali Shari'at Panahi; Seyyed Rahim Moshiri; Alireza Este'laji; Shokrollah Mohammadi; Jamileh Fotouhi

Volume 19, Issue 73 , May 2010, , Pages 48-52

  The main purpose of this research is the importance of land use changes in Gorgan city using remote sensing data. In fact, remote sensing has vast applications in many fields of science and research. Possibility of regular periodic imaging and uninterrupted transmission of satellite images are two very ...  Read More

GPS Application in Urban Planning

Mas'oud Taghvaei; Elham Amirhajlou

Volume 17, Issue 65 , May 2008, , Pages 52-59

  It has been proved today that efficient urban management is not practical without utilizing up-to-date information on land uses and trends of their changes, the type and extent of activities, physical growth of the city, and so on. Hence a need for various information equipment in this regard has been ...  Read More

The Effect of Natural Factors on the Economic and Social Status of Laar City in the Urban Hierarchy of Fars Province

Ali Shakur; Raf'at Shokri; Morteza Zera'ati

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, , Pages 19-24

  City is considered as one of the human-made phenomena in the environment, created with the aims of settlement, livelihood provision, social and economic relations and so on, but these are not considered as urban aims. The man has provided his own environment and has begun to live in it. Cities should ...  Read More

Retrieval of Land Use Changes in in Tehran Using Remote Sensing Technology

Abbas Alimohammadi; Hadi Akbari

Volume 15, Issue 57 , May 2006, , Pages 30-33

  All phenomena in the universe are undergoing change and transformation. Certainly, we can say that there is no phenomenon on the planet that does not undergo metamorphosis. The difference between the phenomena in terms of change is the difference in the rate of change. In studies on land and natural ...  Read More