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Remote Sensing and the Environmental Quality of City

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 2-10

  The environmental data of remote sensing is the basis of the preparation of maps and information with appropriate quality for the assessment of the change and evolution of the urban dynamic environment, which provides awareness of changes of details in relation to the characteristics of the studied area ...  Read More

Political Geography of the Islamic World Part VI: Enabling Factors to Achieve Unity Part IV- Demographic Features of the Islamic World

Sayyed Yahya Rahim Safavi

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 11-13

  The Islamic World covers a wide range, extending from western Atlantic coast in South America to the western coasts of the Pacific Ocean on the Asian continent. An area that accounts for more than 22 percent of the world's drylands and includes vast sections of two continents, Asia and Africa, and small ...  Read More

The Environmental Characteristics of Islands

Yeganeh Sepasi; Afshin Danekar

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 14-20

  The islands, as special structures formed by various geological reasons, are of significant importance. Geological factors cause the islands to be of different types (including continental, oceanic, and coral). On the other hand, owing to the isolation of the island's environment, many aspects of life ...  Read More

Identification of the Synoptic Types of Tabas Station during the Statistical Period (1985-2004)

Javad Khoshhal; Hamid Nazaripour

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 21-24

  In this study, data of eleven climate variables (wind direction, wind speed, dry temperature, wet temperature, relative humidity and station atmospheric pressure) for 9:00 GMT, which is equivalent to 12:30 in Iran, and the minimum temperature, maximum Temperature, total precipitation, evaporation and ...  Read More

An Analysis of the Urban Network System in Shahrekord County

Seyyed Ramin Ghaffari; Pejman Mohammadi Dehcheshmeh

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 25-27

  Limitation of resources and spatial constraints in the territories of the country in general, and in urban areas in particular, along with the increase of human population, requires that the organization of the spatial system in human settlements (urban - rural) be carried out with a preparatory approach. ...  Read More

Obstacles and Limitations of Remote Sensing Application in Estimating Botanical Parameters in Arid and Semi-Arid Areas

Amir Palham Abbasi

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 28-31

  The principled use and proper management of arid and semi-arid regions, which cover a significant extent of the Earth’s drylands, require planning based on accurate and timely information on different ecosystem components, including vegetation. Considering vegetation is one of the major and important ...  Read More

Land Zoning for Physical Development of Shiraz Using GIS and AHP

Seyyed Hassan Sadugh Vanini; Jamileh Tavakkolinia; Omid Zare'ee

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 32-39

  Considering that the growth trend of urbanization in Iran, following the deep economic and social changes of past decades, has in recent years led to the unbridled growth of cities with national and regional role and, without regard to the natural capacities and facilities of the region has brought about ...  Read More

The Study of the Settlement System of Yazd Province - Urban System

Mohammad Hossein Saraei

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 40-45

  The urban and rural networks in the geographic areas have a complex system in their interaction with each other, whose result is the settlement system. The study of the housing system in the regional development process is one of the key issues. Yazd province, with its unique geography, is the heir to ...  Read More

A Survey on the Geomorphology of the Omani Coastline Case study: Dashtiarii of Chabahar and Bahukalat Plain

Gebraiil Ghorbanian

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 46-51

  An area of 2900 square kilometers of the Dashtiari district of Chabahar, which is about 3450 square kilometer wide in total, was studied. Research on the evolution of landforms in different sectors shows that the features of the region have come to their current form by orogenic and epeirogenic processes ...  Read More

Application of (1) GIS in analyzing transport arteries and examining the application and implementation of the network analysis model (2) and determining the shortest path algorithms in it (Case study: East Azarbaijan Province - Tabriz)

Hakimeh Ghanbari; Mohsen Ahadnejad

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 52-57

  Geographic information systems (GIS), with the management of transport information sources and the establishment of interconnection with them, facilitate access to traffic and service information. In fact, the goal of creating a GIS for the transportation system is to create a database linking transportation ...  Read More

The Proper Way of Dealing with the Old Structural Textures of Iran- The Need for Change in Attitudes

Kamal Nowzari; Masud Rajabdust

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 58-62

  The old regions of our cities must be modernized and take on today's functions in order to come out of the current state of stagnation. This requires a purposeful and continuous plan over time.  Read More

Classification of the Crisis in Transportation in Iran and the World

Hossein Kalantari Khalilabad

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 63-70

  The main feature of crises is their worldwide and uncontrollable character. An important part of accidents and transportation crises are irreparable and unnatural. Nowadays, road accidents have found an unnatural as well as their natural aspect due to the high human control over the environment and the ...  Read More

Separation of Different Areas of Crop Growth on Field Scale Using Remote Sensing Technology (Case Study: Borkhar District of Isfahan)

Mojtaba Fathi; Alireza Ma'manpush

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 71-74

  Achieving stable agricultural production with proper profitability and, at the same time, preserving the environment from destructive effects of chemical fertilizers is not possible without taking the changes in farm’s soil and plant growth into account. The division of the farm into management ...  Read More

Effects of Technology and Industrial Development on Natural Environment

Fereshteh Tavakkoli

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, Pages 75-79

  At the end of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first century, natural resources around the world have been severely damaged due to extensive industrial efforts to achieve a better economy. This type of development, which has reached its peak in the last century, is unstable because ...  Read More