Volume 31 (2022)
Volume 30 (2021)
Volume 29 (2020)
Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
Volume 26 (2017)
Volume 25 (2016)
Volume 24 (2015)
Volume 23 (2014)
Volume 22 (2013)
Volume 21 (2012)
Volume 20 (2011)
Volume 19 (2010)
Volume 18 (2009)
Volume 17 (2008)
Volume 16 (2007)
Volume 15 (2006)
Volume 14 (2005)
Volume 13 (2004)
Volume 12 (2003)
Volume 11 (2002)
Volume 10 (2001)
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Volume 8 (1999)
Volume 7 (1998)
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Volume 5 (1996)
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Quarterly of Geographical Data is an open access double-blind peer reviewed publication which is published by National Geographical Organization.  This journal is a quarterly publication, which publishes original research papers on journal scope.  This journal follows Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and complies with the highest ethical standards in accordance with ethical laws. All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through Hamyab software to ensure their authenticity and then rigorously peer-reviewed by expert reviewers. (Read More about the journal...).

          


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Geodesy
Analysis of ionospheric anomalies in earthquakes using mean index and short time Fourier transform

Lida Koshki; Behzad Voosoghi; Seyyed Reza Ghaffari-Razin

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 5-25

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.563480.2914

Abstract
  Extended Abstract IntroductionEarthquake every year in the world, especially in a seismic country like Iran, causes huge human and financial losses. Earthquake prediction has become one of the great challenges of scientists in recent decades. One of the new methods is the evaluation of anomalies ...  Read More

Remote Sensing (RS)
Remote sensing data for mapping Lithium in Degh Patregan area of Iran: Comparison of maximum entropy algorithm and classical image processing techniques

Mahsa Jahanbakhsh; Ali Esmaeily

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 27-43

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1988472.2953

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroduction    In recent years, we have seen the importance and high demand of lithium (Li) due to its many applications, for example in the production of rechargeable lithium batteries, which are mainly related to the global markets of electric vehicle manufacturing ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Spatio-Temporal estimation of optimal distribution path for perishable materials with evolutionary algorithms - Case study: Fruits and Vegetables

Hossein Etemadfard; Hamed Kharaghani; Mahdi Najjarian; Rouzbeh Shad

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 45-60

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1987179.2944

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroduction:The increasing demand for sustainable food consumption as well as the change in the consumption pattern has led to efforts to improve the food distribution process. This is to speed up service delivery and prevent the spoilage of perishable materials. Among the most significant ...  Read More

Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Using satellite images for long-term analysis of vegetation changes and detection of vegetation anomalies with the help of meteorological data

Maryam Kouhani; Abbas Kiani; Yasser Ebrahimian Ghajari

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 61-79

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1982943.2932

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroductionVegetation has always been affected by various environmental and human factors that have directly or indirectly affected the conditions and performance of the environment over time. Consequently, monitoring and investigating the vegetation cover in the northern regions of ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Development of the area of supply and demand of urban parks with a spatial distribution coefficient - Case study: Region 1 of Tehran

Amir mohammad Salehabadi; Seyed Hadi Ghoddusifar; Ali Mohammadpour

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 81-98

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.563223.2916

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroductionOne of the most important consequences of the rapid growth of urbanization and the physical development of Iranian cities in recent decades has been the disintegration of the distribution system of urban service centers. Urban parks and green spaces played a special role ...  Read More

Spatial planning with regard to military defense
Investigating and analyzing the vulnerability of residential areas with passive defense approach - Case study: Tabriz City

Ebrahim Amou; Ahmad Pourahmad; Seyyed Abbas Rajaei

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 99-115

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1989047.2955

Abstract
  Extended abstractIntroductionCivilians and cities have always been affected by war. However, World War II was the first war in which military strategies succeeded in systematically destroying cities and killing civilian populations on a large scale. It was no coincidence that atomic bombs were also dropped ...  Read More

Remote Sensing (RS)
Using Google Earth Engine and satellite data in monitoring the sub-basin changes of the Hor al-Azim wetland

Heshmat Karami; Hadi Abdolazimi

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 117-136

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1986819.2940

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroductionWetlands are considered valuable resources of the environment. Despite the importance of wetlands, they are currently threatened by intensive water harvesting for irrigation, industrial development, deforestation, construction of dam reservoirs, and changing rainfall patterns. ...  Read More

Geographic Data
An analysis of the location of the landfill in Ahvaz City in order to reduce environmental damage

Mohsen Saghaei; Behruz Gharani Arani; MohammadReza Parsa

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 137-158

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1989163.2957

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroductionManagement in general is the art and knowledge of efficient and optimal use of resources to achieve the goal, and waste management or waste management is in fact all the planning and activities in the field of waste and in order to reduce, move, convert, Decontamination or ...  Read More

Spatial planning with regard to military defense
The position of environmental studies in Iran's spatial planning - Case study: regional physical plan and provincial training program

Esmaeil Najafi; Mohammad Shali

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 159-174

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1986896.2942

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroduction Environmental degradation and climate change are one of the most important challenges faced by all living organisms on earth today (Rafique et al., 2022). Human activities, urbanization, mining and industrialization accelerate environmental pollution (Etchie et al, ...  Read More

Military and police geography
Assessing the threats and vulnerability of the New City of Andisheh with a passive defense approach

Aram Khezerlou; Reza Karimi

Volume 32, Issue 128 , February 2023, Pages 175-188

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.563627.2917

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroductionDescribing and evaluating the threats and vulnerability (weaknesses) of cities is a framework for analyzing and managing risks related to possible attacks against key infrastructures. In fact, the identification of threats in the field of passive defense, i.e. intentional ...  Read More

Remote Sensing (RS)
Aerosol optical depth retrieval using Landsat 8 satellite imagery - Case study: City of Tamanrasset, Algeria

Hosein Nesari; Reza Shah-Hosseini; Amirreza Goodarzi; Soheil Sobhan Ardakani; Saeed Farzaneh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 March 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.549754.2853

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Atmospheric aerosols are a colloid of solid particles or liquid droplets suspended in the atmosphere. Their diameter is between 10-2 to 10-3 micrometers. They directly and indirectly affect the global climate by absorbing and scattering solar radiation, and they also ...  Read More

Remote Sensing (RS)
Urban Flood Mapping using SAR Intensity Images and Coherence Interference - Case Study: Flood Event of Gonbad-e-Kavus

Somayeh Aslani Katouli; Reza Shah-Hosseini; Hamid Bagheri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 March 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.553468.2874

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction A flood is a widespread and dramatic natural disaster that affects the life, infrastructure, economy, and local ecosystems of the world. In this paper, a method for flood detection in urban (and suburban) environments using the intensity and coherence of SAR based on ...  Read More

Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Monitoring the dynamic changes of Miangaran wetland sub-basin using Google Earth Engine system

Heshmat Karami; Zahra Sayadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 July 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1988493.2950

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Environmental changes are one of the most critical challenges to achieving sustainable development. Wetlands are part of the earth's structure and as one of the important ecosystems consisting of water, vegetation, soil and microorganisms. Monitoring, management and assistance ...  Read More

Aerial photography
A new closed-form solution in direct determination of 3D similarity transformation parameters in photogrammetric absolute orientation computations

Alireza Afary

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

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1989665.2958

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction3D similar transformation is used in various applications such as photogrammetry, geodesy, robotics and machine vision. Calculating the parameters of this transformation using the least squares method requires determining the initial values as close as to the final values. ...  Read More

Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Application of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) to simulate the daily maximum temperature for the coming century - A Case study of Yazd synoptic station

Hossein Asakereh; Fatemeh Motevali Meydanshah; Leila Ahadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 29 September 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1989841.2959

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Temperature is a significant atmospheric element that manifests climate change, specifically global warming resulting from an increase in greenhouse gas concentration. Atmospheric simulation is a critical tool in studying changes in atmospheric-climatic elements, particularly ...  Read More

Remote Sensing (RS)
Monitoring and assessment of quantitative changes in the green space of Khorramabad city using TM, ETM+ and OLI Landsat Data and landscape metrics

Kolsoom Shokrilahizadeh; Hamed Naghavi; Morteza Ghobadi; Rahim Maleknia

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

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1989858.2960

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction: Urban green spaces constitute a pivotal component of urban ecosystems, offering a plethora of ecological benefits and services to cities. Augmenting these green patches within urban landscapes and establishing interconnected ecological networks therein represent viable ...  Read More

Geodesy
Efficiency of machine learning models in estimation of local geoid height with GPS/Leveling measurements

Seyyed Reza Ghaffari-Razin; Navid Hooshangi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 August 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1999012.2969

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction In geodesy, three levels are considered: the physical surface of the earth on which mapping measurements are made, the ellipsoidal reference surface (geometric datum) which is the basis of mathematical calculations, the geoid physical surface (physical datum) which is ...  Read More

Issues of the border regions of the country
Potential measurement of military power of border areas based on environmental parameters - Case study: Marivan city

Mehdi Safari Namivandi; Seyed Ali Ebadinejad; Mehdi Kazemi; Yahya Ghobadi; Sadegh Yasami

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 11 August 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1996144.2968

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Protecting the borders and establishing security and defense in the border and internal areas of every country has been the concern of the rulers of their time. To some extent, all countries throughout history have faced insecurity, chaos, crisis and war at the borders ...  Read More

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

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1995956.2967

Abstract
  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
Evaluation of suitable Areas for physical Development in maku city using the Electra – Fuzzy Method in Arc GIs Environment

Seyed Asadallah Hejazi; Fariba Karami; Saye Habibzadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.1995613.2966

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroductionIn recent decades, cities have provided the prelude to widespread urban growth and development as the most important human settlements, due to the increasing degree of urbanization and the increase in urban population, which is one of the most important aspects of global ...  Read More

Geographic Data
The evaluation of groundwater potential using geographic information system and multi- influencing factor and fuzzy models - Case study: A part of Kebar-Fordo watershed in Qom Province

Elham Forootan

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.2001626.2974

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction. In recent years, the population growth, the increase in irrigated land and economic development have caused the increase in the demand for groundwater resources all over the world. In arid and semi-arid regions where surface water does not have a significant amount ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Investigating the natural potential of Namak Abroud tourist town for ecotourism development using AHP model and GIS

Nargas Shokohi; Reza Zakerinejad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 29 September 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.2000726.2972

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Today, tourism is one of the main sources of income for developed countries and some developing countries and the countries of the world, especially the developing ones, are seeking to advance and develop their tourism industry with well-codified plans. One of the ...  Read More

Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Analysis the effects of drought on water level changes in The Bakhtegan, Tashk and Maharlo lakes

Seyed Hossein Mirmousavi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 April 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2004008.2983

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction In hydrological drought, water scarcity spreads through the hydrological cycle and can subsequently reduce groundwater levels, surface water and lake levels, and this means that hydrological drought dominates those areas, leading to long-term effects. In addition, due ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Locating public parking lots using spatial information system and network analysis process

Atikeh Afzali; Masoud Moghnee Tabari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 04 February 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2004676.2984

Abstract
  Extended Abstract IntroductionIncreasing population and urban development, increasing use of cars, increasing the number of private cars, Also the narrow width of the streets and the lack of supply of marginal park space, especially in the central parts, have caused many problems for large and densely ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Designing an integrated management model of the sports tourism industry in Iran

Taraneh Karimi; Ali Mohammad Safania; Rahim Sarvar; Salaheddin Naghshbandi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 November 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.2005124.2987

Abstract
  Extended Abstract IntroductionThe tourism industry is the world's largest industry in terms of income and cultural exchanges. Progress in the field of sports is one of the strategic priorities of planners in countries. Sports tourism is one of the most important developed sectors of the tourism ...  Read More

Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Changes in normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) concerning the change in precipitation climatology in Iran

Hossein Asakereh; Somayeh Taheri Alam; Nosrat Farhadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 February 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2004765.2985

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Climate changes manifested in different ways and time scales (short-term fluctuations and long-term changes) effects. The consequences of such changes can be traced to various parts of the environment. One of the climate change manifestations is the change in biological ...  Read More

Remote Sensing (RS)
The application of remote sensing inmodeling the effects of distance from the road on the accumulation of heavy metals in leaves and soil of quercus branti species - Case study: Kakareza Forest, Khorramabad, Lorestan

Nastaran Nazariani; Asghar Fallah; Hava Hasanvand; Hassan Akbari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 February 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2005530.2990

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction The traditional method of chemical analysis has high accuracy and precision. However, it is time-consuming and laborious, and it is not possible to obtain continuous information about the pollutant status over a large area. Therefore, there is an urgent need for a reliable ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Spatial analysis of poverty and social gap in metropolitan areas of Iran - Case study: District 11 of Isfahan Municipality

Ali Sadeghi; Amir Reza Khavarian-Garmsir; Maryam Zareei

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 16 February 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2003479.2981

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction: Cities have many challenges, but it can be said that the problem that threatens them is weak. The existence of poverty in cities leads to the occurrence of social and economic issues and causes the stability and development of these cities to be created with problems. ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Optimum location of construction of edible oil refining plant in Iran under conditions of uncertainty with D-AHP combined method

Hamed Asghari; Mohammad Reza Fallah Ghanbari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2023.2005002.2986

Abstract
  Extwnded Abstract Abstract Introduction: How to invest and choose the right place to build a factory is one of the issues that is of vital importance for factories / companies or organizations due to its effects on factors such as performance, profitability, competitiveness, survival and various criteria ...  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

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2008088.2999

Abstract
  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

Remote Sensing (RS)
A synthesis approach of vegetation indices for monitoring high-risk forest regions using Prisma satellite imaging - A part of the forest areas of northern Iran

Samaneh Bagheri; Mahmoud Soorghali; Hassan Emami

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

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2008022.2998

Abstract
  Extended Abstract 1-Introduction Monitoring vegetation changes is crucial for environmental planning and management, and satellite images offer various methods for detecting these changes, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The use of various plant indices from remote sensing (RS) systems ...  Read More

Remote Sensing (RS)
Identifying the active tectonic areas of the eastern Caspian coast using radar remote sensing

Mohamad Fathollahzadeh; Mojtaba Yamani; Abolghasem Goorabi; Mehran Maghsoudi; Mernoosh Ghadimi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 April 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2009124.3010

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction: The landforms created by tectonic processes are studied by morphotectonics, in other words, morphotectonics is the science of applying geomorphic principles in solving tectonic problems. Quantitative landscape measurements are usually based on the calculation of geomorphic ...  Read More

Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Use of UAVs and Lidar to identify the spatiotemporal elevation changes of AlamKooh Glacier

Sara Sheshangosht; Hossein Agamohammadi; Nematollah Karimi; Zahra Azizi; Mohammad Hassan Vahidnia

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 February 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2008881.3009

Abstract
  Extended Abstract  Introduction Glaciers and their short-term and long-term elevation changes are among the most critical environmental hazard indices for monitoring climate change and evaluating geomorphology, perpetually posing risks to climbers, environmentalists, and tourists. The Alamkooh ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Comparison of efficiency of random forest and support vector machine methods for mineral potential mapping of copper deposits, - Case study: Dahaj-Bazman

Mohammad Karimi; Parastoo Pilehforooshha; Ali Safari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 April 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2012344.3023

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction:The exploration and preparation of the potential map of mineral reserves requires the use of various methods and techniques, based on the geological and mining knowledge of the investigated area, and the use of predictive models of mineral potential (Bonham-Carter, ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Comparing the efficiency of machine learning classifiers in extracting the physical development area of Hamedan city using Object-Based Images analysis of satellite images

Abolfazl Ghanbari; Mostafa Mousapour; Habil Khorrami hossein hajloo; Hossein Anvari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 February 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2012503.3024

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroduction:The urban space is the most important human-made spatial structure on the planet earth. The history of urban development shows the path of human development, political system evolution and technological, technical and industrial developments. The physical development of ...  Read More

Territorial conditions and security of border areas
Examining the dimensions and hydropolitical indicators of border rivers of Iran with emphasis on strategic indicators

Sayed Mehdi Mousavi Shahidi; Bahador Zarei; Mehdi Oriya

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 March 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2014976.3032

Abstract
  Extended AbstractIntroductionHydropolitics is the exploration of the role of water in the relations between countries on four scales: local, national, regional and global. With 26 border rivers and the dependence of about 30% of the country's population on the water of common watersheds, Iran is among ...  Read More

Issues of the border regions of the country
Explaining the role of desirable governance in promoting environmental justice in industrial coastal cities - Case study : Asalouyeh and Mahshahr

Saeed Maleki; Aghil Gankhaki

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2016552.3036

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Coastal regions, as the intersection of two distinct ecosystems, serve as one of the most active areas worldwide for the interaction and mutual communication of marine and terrestrial organisms, while providing diverse ecosystem services to humans.The macroeconomic-political ...  Read More

Geographic Data
Spatial analysis of the trend of regional inequalities in Iran

Mirnajaf Mousavi; Nima Bayramzadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 April 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2017054.3039

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction Spatial inequalities in developing countries such as Iran are more visible due to various factors, so many Scientists (Dadashpour & Shojaei, 2022-Mosayebzadeh et al, 2021- Fotres & Fatemi Zardan, 2020- Dadashpour & Alvandipour, 2018- GhaderHajat & Hafeznia, ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Estimating the tourism climate of the mangrove forests of Nayband Bay using TCI and PET indices

Aida Ahmadi; Afshin Danehkar; Afshin Alizadeh Shabani; Parvaneh Sobhani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 19 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2016888.3037

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction The tourism industry has been able to quickly find a special place all over the world ‎due to its numerous attractions and economic benefits. So that it can be considered an ‎achievable goal in the path of sustainable development. The high importance of ‎tourism ...  Read More

Extraction, processing, production and display of geographic data
Site selection the establishment of rural service centers using the AHP and IPM - Case study: Rural areas of Tashan District of Behbahan City

Zahra Soltani; Majid Goodarzi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 20 April 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2016982.3038

Abstract
  Extended abstract IntroductionA problem that planners often deal with is choosing the best service distribution center in cities and rural areas. The distribution of each service in a specific area will create a pattern that can be random, dense, or scattered. In addition, the development of rural areas ...  Read More

Military and police geography
Potential measurement of border areas for military purposes based on geomorphological parameters - Case study: border strip of Kurdistan province

Mehdi Safari Namivandi; Sara Kiani; Amir Saffari; Hossein Rabiee

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 10 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2017215.3042

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction The security of the borders is considered as a strong support for the security of the internal areas, and any insecurity in the border areas can cause a disturbance in the economic, social, cultural and military situation of the country. Various natural (geomorphological, ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Spatio-temporal analysis of accidents along Kandovan road using Geostatistical methods

Jalal Samia; Manouchehr Ranjbar Shoobi; Amer Nikpour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 March 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2019597.3050

Abstract
  Extended abstract Introduction Visiting Mazandaran province could be a fascinating and memorable trip due to its amazing natural touristic attractions such as Caspian Sea and mount Damavand. The three main roads naming Kandovan, Haraz and Firoozkooh can be used to access Mazandaran province. Among ...  Read More

Geographic Information System (GIS)
Analysis of earth surface temperature changes with MODIS satellite images and its relationship with climatic factors - Case study: Kerman Province

Ahmad Mazidi; Foroogh Mohammadi Ravari

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22131/sepehr.2024.2022761.3060

Abstract
  Extended Abstract Introduction: Time series analysis is a suitable tool that is used in mathematical modeling, predicting future events, revealing trends, investigating diffraction in climate data, as well as reconstructing incomplete data, and expanding information. Climatic changes are mainly caused ...  Read More

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