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Hint - Mention: Automatic Cellular Pattern, A strategy for dynamic urban modeling

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 2-6

  Simulation is the most appropriate urban design and planning environment and presents a unique field of study in urban models in urban development projects. The use of mathematics and quantitative and qualitative models has always been a concern for urban planners. Modeling phenomena and urban dynamic ...  Read More

Comparative study of functionalism school in geography with other geographic schools

Ahmad Taghdisi; Zahra Hedayatimoghaddam

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 7-12

  In the theory of functionalism, society is considered an organized system, and as each system consists of distinct components and elements, society is also formed as a system of separate groups and organizations. These components are combined in a special way and together constitute a whole. The survival ...  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

Application of remote sensing technology in biodiversity protection

Mansureh Malekian; Reza Ja'fari

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 18-22

  Application of remote sensing data in identification of important areas in terms of biodiversity, prediction of the mechanism of the distribution of species and modeling the responses of biosphere communities to natural and human changes is one of the important issues in research. Environmental parameters ...  Read More

Comparative analysis of rainfall and drought trend in the Caspian Sea basin

Majid Montazeri

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 23-28

  In order to assess the climatic drought trend in 23 sub-basins of the Caspian Sea, monthly precipitation data were converted to the zoned data by interpolation method. Then, based on the coordinates of the basins, the monthly precipitation of each basin was separated. The Standard Precipitation Index ...  Read More

Space, fourth dimension of power (part eight and last) Space technology - IRAN

Mohammad Hassan Naami

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 29-33

  The limitations of resources and documents related to the field of space in the country necessitates clarification of the status of space in the development of the country and sustainable security, which, while expressing the fundamental issues concerning space technology and space activities of the ...  Read More

Continuous waveguide system and its applications

Mohsen Hassanzade Shahraji; Ali Mohammadzadeh; Kurosh Khoshelham

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 34-39

  In recent years, a new sensor called Lidar Continuous Wave has been introduced into the commercial laser scanners family. The main advantage of this new type of sensors is the complete recording of the return pulse after the collision with various ground features along the path of the laser pulse to ...  Read More

Chaghakhor and Ecotourism

Hamid Reza Varesi; Asghar Nowroozi Avargani

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 40-46

    Visitation of nature has always existed in soul and mind of mankind, and it is rooted in the nature of human love of beauty. On the other hand, the contemporary man in the continuation of his machine-ridden and tedious life seeks relaxation and freshness in the light of attention to the nature. ...  Read More

Relationship between diseases with climatic elements and atmospheric pollutants in Isfahan province

Shahnaz Shabani; Victoria Ezzatian

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 47-56

  The expansion of urbanization and urban development, along with the acceleration of the population growth and the development of industrial activities that consume fossil fuels, has greatly increased the air pollution, with its consequences primarily as a variety of respiratory, cardiovascular, pulmonary, ...  Read More

Investigating the granulometric relationship between sandy sedimentary deposits with dominant wind direction (Case study: Arg Hasan Abad Bafgh)

Mohammad Javad Ghaneie Bafghi; Alireza Yarahmadi

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 57-61

  The main purpose of this article is to provide an indicator in addition to existing indicators for determining the direction of the dominant wind in the region (Arg-Hasan Abad of Bafgh). This indicator can be helpful in areas where other indicators, such as wind statistics for wind rose, satellite images ...  Read More

Comprehensive strategy of urban management (Case Study: Development of Guangzhou District in China)

Hassan Mohammadian Mosammam

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 62-71

  Although the importance of urban management in achieving sustainable urban development has become increasingly clear to the general public and urban managers, there is a wide range of contradictions and confusion regarding the content of urban management in China, which are considered amongst important ...  Read More

Waste Management of the Environment of the Village and Its Role in Sustainable Development with Emphasis on Popular Participation

Mohammad Ghasemi Siani; Hossein Kalantari Khalil Abad

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 72-78

  Rural areas account for a large part of the population and natural and biological areas of the country and play a major role in the economic and social life of the country. In this regard, the rural environment needs a special attention in the process of planning sustainable rural development and improving ...  Read More

Morphological and slope analysis in relation to erosion (Case Study of the Nachi Basin)

Hiva Elmizadeh

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 79-83

  The surface of the earth is composed of the continuity of a more or less extensive surface, which is called the slope. The main feature of this feature is its skewness. This surface is generally covered by soil and surface deposits. Since the soil is the most important element of the earth's biosphere, ...  Read More

Radicalism in Geography

Seyyed Ramin Ghaffari; Zahra Ghasemi; Mahdi Heydaryan

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 84-87

  In recent years, various philosophical, political, social and economic schools have had a clear and profound influence on the geographic debate and have created new ideas. Radicalism is also one of these schools that was able to provide a deconstructive approach to solve as much as possible the problems ...  Read More

Technology at the border of Geopolitical and Geoeconomic symbiosis

Mohammad Ra'uf Heydarifar; Hamid Reza Jalilian

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, Pages 88-96

  The border is the main factor in defining the country and is one of the cornerstones of the science of political geography, but following many discussions about open borders in the European Union, today we witness  border elimination issues within the framework of country elimination. Though globalists ...  Read More