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Introduction and Evaluation of Global Model of Land Data Assimilation

Morteza Miri; Ghasem Azizi; Hossein Mohammadi; Mahdi Pourhashemi

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 5-17


  Extended Abstract Introduction The limited access to the atmospheric and terrestrial data such as rainfall, temperature, humidity and soil temperature is the most important problem in studying many climatological and hydrological in many parts of the world, particularly in developing countries, rural ...  Read More

Performance assessment of PPP as an alternative for relative techniques

Naser Abdi; Ali Reza Azmoude Ardalan; Roohollah Karimi

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 19-34


  Extended Abstract Precise Point Positioning (PPP) is a technique to determine the position of a single receiver using un-differenced dual-frequency code and carrier phase observations. In this technique, the precise satellite orbit and clock products obtained from the GPS reference station network ...  Read More

Investigation of Spatial-Temporal changes of Yazd-Ardakan Plain Groundwater Quality Using GQI

Hassan Khosravi; Esmail Haydari Alamdarloo; sahar nasabpour

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 35-44


  Extended Abstract Introduction Water is the principal source of economic development, social security and poverty reduction. The value of water source leads to enhancement of management measures to maintain its quality and quantity by communities. Environmental changes and human activities effect on ...  Read More

Erosion vulnerability and risk assessment in Astara port

Homayoun Khoshravan; Sorena Ghaseminejad; Faezeh Salami

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 45-55


  Abstract [1] The global warming in the twentieth century led to an increase in ocean levels, and the drowning of vast areas of the coastal regions and the emergence of erosion phenomena were its adverse consequences. Determining the severity of the vulnerability and the risk of erosion hazards in the ...  Read More

An analysis on the development plans and urban land policies in Tehran metropolis with emphasis on good land governance approach

mohammad kazem shams pouya; Jamileh Tavakolinia; Mozaffar Sarrafi; Zohreh Fanni

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 57-76


  Extended Abstract  The concepts of land and land use planning and its objectives have changed over time. These changes include: Changes in the socioeconomic concept, the evolution of the concept of land, physical and new priorities in land use per capita. In addition, seeking to promote the environmental ...  Read More

Designing and Implementing a Context-Aware Augmented Reality System

Seyyed Vahid Razavi Termeh; Mohammad Reza Malek

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 77-90


  Extended Abstract Introduction Over time, spatial data has evolved from paper maps to Web GIS through digital mapping and finally to the current generation of GIS. Although this new interface has enhanced user’s insights about spatial information, it still needs more tangible interface that ...  Read More

Remote Sensing of Subsurface Targets Using high-power Ionospheric Electromagnetic Heater Systems (HAARP)

Mohammad Mardani Shahrbabak

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 91-102


  Extended Abstract Introduction Recognizing the performance and ability of advanced remote sensing technologies is one of the essential necessities to hide subsurface structures and facilities. One of these detection technologies that has used in Ionospheric Powerful Electromagnetic Heater Systems, ...  Read More

Study of Potentials of Tourism Climate in The Caspian Southern Coasts

sajad ferdowsi; Hamid Reza Shahmohammadi; Mahboobeh Jalali

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 103-115


  Extended Abstract Introduction In recent years, the economic benefits of tourism has attracted attention of many countries that have maritime border. In this regard, Caspian Sea which located in the northern part of Iran, has special potential in the field of tourism and it can be seen a bright future ...  Read More

Improving the Detection of Object-Oriented Changes in High-Resolution Images based on Random Forest Method in Optimal Features Space

Saeed Ojaghi; safa khazai

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 117-127


  Extended Abstract Land use/cover (LULC) change detection is one of the most important applications in the remote sensing field, providing insights that inform management, policy, and science. In the recent decade, development of remote sensing systems and accessibility to high spatial resolution images ...  Read More

Urban Shelters Localization with Passive Defense Approach-Case Study: Saqqez City

Sharare Saidpour; Dyman kashefidust

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 129-144


  Extended Abstract Introduction Cities as the physical and human assets aggregation centers, will toll a lot at crisis time. So attending to passive defense matter can considerably decrease the damages. Passive defense is one of those matters that have become attended during recent years at urban plans ...  Read More

Evaluation of Urban Security Components based on Structuralist approach-Case Study: Urmia City

mostafa mohamadi dehcheshme; Hadi Alizadeh

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 145-158


  Extended Abstract Introduction Today, given the increasing trend of urbanization and the progressive growth of city and citizens’ risk-taking in relation to accidents and hazards, the necessity of addressing the security issue as one of the key determinants of a good city is felt more than ever, ...  Read More

Assessing the Structural Vulnerability of Urban Distressed Areas against Hazards with Passive Defense approach Case Study: Central Worn Texture of Ahvaz Metropolis

Hossein Hataminejad; Yaghob Abdali; Sara Allah Gholipour

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 159-172


  Abstract[1] Today, following the rapid changes in cities, part of urban texture has failed to establish a proper connection with its environment and servicing to the users due to deterioration and inefficiencies. The existence of a widespread worn texture is one of the most important challenges facing ...  Read More

Development Strategies of Border Regions with Spatial Planning Approach Case Study: Urmia–Salmas Zone

hatem parnian; Karamatollah Ziyari; Mohammad Mirehie; Mahdi modiri

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 173-184


  Abstract [1] Land preparation of border regions, optimal exploitation of all human and spatial facilities of these areas in order to improve the material and spiritual condition of the society, Following the explanation of the theoretical foundations of the desirable organization of the sustainable spatial ...  Read More

Zoning and forecasting of the wind energy potential in Hamadan Province using Geographic Information System

Zohreh Maryanaji; Sayyed Akbar Hosseini; Hamed Abbasi

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 186-196


  Extended Abstract Introduction Growing demands for energy, increasing living standards and increasing use of electrical energy along with the overheating of planet Earth, as well as environmental problems and threats to human health are among the issues that attract the world’s attention to the ...  Read More

Comparative Analysis of Iran’s Average Monthly Heating and Cooling Degree Days during the Past and Future Periods

Kamal Omidvar; Reza Ebrahimi; Ahmad Mazidi; Teymur Alizadeh

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 197-209


  Abstract[1] Increasing demand for energy against the reduction of comprehensive energy resources along with the consequences of global warming, make the importance of a quantitative review of changes in the need for cooling, heating of the country in the past and in the future decades essential. First, ...  Read More

Assessing Physical Vulnerability of Multi-Hazard (Fire Following Earthquake),using an Indicator-Based Model (PTVA) in Urban Area

Leila Eshrati; Amir Mahmoodzadeh; Masoud Taghvaei

Volume 26, Issue 104 , March 2018, Pages 211-222


   Extended Abstract            Many built-up areas are threatened by multiple hazards which pose significant threats to humans, buildings and infrastructure. However, the analysis of the physical vulnerability towards multiple hazards is a ...  Read More