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Map With Variable Scale (1) on Small Cartograms

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 2-7

  This research is devoted to the development of methods for presenting instant geographical and positional information on personal computers for moving users, specially users who need to carry a comprehensive map with them to find the main paths they need. On the other hand, the user needs a small scale ...  Read More

Marginal Settlement and Security

Bahman Kaargar

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 8-10

  Today, the unruly spread of marginal settlement is one of the major problems in urban management that can not be overlooked. Since the margin directly affects the center, the events of recent years have shown that people who have settled on the margins of metropolitan areas, in most cases migrants from ...  Read More

Earthquake Crisis Management , Priority of Urban Environments

Mohammad Hassan Nami; Reza Agha Taher

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 11-18

  Management is the art of decision making. In urban environments, which are basically complex assortments of a wide range of components and interactions, managers should display their decision-making ability on a high level. The importance of this matter will be intensified when we know that urban environments ...  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

Cadastre 2014 and the Role of Surveyors in this System

Ali Zafari

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 25-26

  According to the definition of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), the cadastre is a sorted list of information of pieces of land inside the geographic boundary of a country or a region that starts with mapping of limits of pieces of land. Furthermore, other required specifications such ...  Read More

Basic Concepts in Geography and National Security

Reza Mo'menzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 27-34

  A country that suffers from a lack or non-existence of national power sources will surely fail to fulfil its national security. Geography is still considered as one of the main factors, and in a sense, the most stable element of national power. The relationship between geography and strategy can be considered ...  Read More

Sustainable Agriculture Development (Agriculture and Horticulture) with Emphasis on Water Resource Sustainability, Case study: Kuhin Village

Mojtaba Ghadiri Ma'soum; Mohammad Mahdi Zia' Nushin; Mas'oud Mahdavi

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 35-39

  Achieving sustainable rural development is the most important goal of rural planners. On the other hand, water has been the most important factor in rural development in Iran from distant past. Water is known as the most important and limiting input of agricultural production in Iran. Due to the fact ...  Read More

The Results of Integrated Regional Development Policies in Turkey

Rahmat Mohammadzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 40-48

  The development of economic support policy of Turkish governments has underscored elimination of regional inequalities in economic growth, but these policies have failed in many provinces. There are a number of major reasons for this failure. One of the main reasons for this issue is the ineffective ...  Read More

Position Determining Systems for Submarine Vessels

Alireza Azmoudeh Ardalan; Abdol Hossein Hajizadeh

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 49-53

  In this paper, different methods of determining submarine position including LBL, SBL, USBL, GIB and a combination of them are presented and their advantages, disadvantages and applications of each are separately presented. Next, the proper system is presented according to the environmental conditions ...  Read More

Airborne Laser Scanner

Hamid Enayati (Compilation and Edition)

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 54-56

  Nowadays, accelerating the production of three-dimensional (3D) maps applying new photogrammetric methods using automated technology is not completely realized. For executives and users in the implementation of various projects that have serious need of maps, the time of production of map is a matter ...  Read More

Natural Factors and Urban Crises with Emphasis on Thunder

Mas'oud Taghvaei; Morteza Fazeli

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 57-60

  The rapid growth of urbanization and the growth of metropolitan cities in developing countries, the movement of today's and tomorrow's economy towards urban characteristics, the imposition of environmental and geographical conditions on societies, and the alignment of the world toward a unified system ...  Read More

Geotourism, a New Key to the Development of Tourism Industry in Iran

Mehran Maghsoudi; Bahram Nekouei Sadri

Volume 16, Issue 64 , February 2008, Pages 61-64

  Geotourism, as a subcategory of ecotourism, has, along with other tourism areas such as rural, cultural, etc., a potential for employment of a great number of related professionals. This industry can have an effective role in the economic development of the country, which is why tourism industry is considered ...  Read More