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Analysis of the thermal anomalies of faults and their relationship with geothermal resources using thermal data from Landsat 8 Case study: Shahdad and Nayband faults

yasin kazemi; Saeid Hamzeh; Seyed Kazem Alavipanah; Bahram Bahrambeygi

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 5-20


  Extended Abstract Introduction Faults are fractures in the earth’s crust that has the ability to move. Faults are one of the most important geological structures, and since they have paths for emersion of heat from the lower parts of the earth’s crust to the surface, can be considered as ...  Read More

Context-Aware similarity measure of trajectories based on MOPSO algorithm and Fuzzy theory

behnam tashayo; Mohammad Sharif

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 21-35


  Extended Abstract Introduction With the developments in navigation, positioning, and tracking technologies, a large amount of moving point data (e.g., human, vehicle, animal) have been produced. Through moving an object in the course of time, a sequence of its position is recorded which is known as trajectory. ...  Read More

Identifying and prioritizing the challenges of data sharing and spatial information

Ali Kalantari Oskouei; Mahdi Saber Khoshemehr

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 37-55


  Extended Abstract Introduction Data sharing is one of the key issues in the success of Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI). Data sharing can prevent the repeated production of spatial data by various organizations and institutions, and provide the reduction of the costs, prevention of the resource losses, ...  Read More

Mapping dam lake evaporation using SEBAL evapotranspiration model Case study: Amir Kabir Dam

Saeideh Zamani; Majid Rahimzadegan

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 57-69


  Extended Abstract Introduction Evaporation from the lakes behind the dams and freshwater lakes is one of the most important parameters in water resource losses. Therefore, zoning evaporation is very important in water resources management. There are various methods for measuring and estimating evapotranspiration ...  Read More

Design and implementation of a context-aware ubiquitous GIS for tourists Case study: Maragheh City

Akbar Moradi; Mohammad Reza Malek

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 71-85


  Extended Abstract Introduction The combination of spatial analysis, different methods of positioning and mobile and ubiquitous processing, positioning technology such as global positioning systems and a part of spatial analyses and GIS equipment have led to the emergence of a new trend as context-aware ...  Read More

The trending of normalized health environmental index based on satellite data from 2001 to 2013 and its relation with dust sources in the West Asia

Mohsen Bakhtiari; Ali Darvishi Bolorani; Ataollah Abdollahi Kakroodi; Kazem Rangzan

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 87-99


  Extended Abstract Introduction Remote sensing has introduced new fields in monitoring and modeling environmental variables on different levels. One of the major advances of remote sensing is the use of quantitative algorithms to estimate the earth’s surface variables. Therefore, it can be regarded ...  Read More

Vulnerability zoning of seismic points in Iran’s Provinces based on temperature variations and seismic events using MODIS images of MOD11A1 and the GIS

Heydare Lotfi; Hosseyn Musazadeh

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 101-117


  Extended Abstract  Introduction In order to analyze the reduction of the impacts of natural hazards, particularly the earthquakes, four basic constituents such as conceptual understanding of development, vulnerability, recognition of the concept of risk, conceptual understanding of capacity building, ...  Read More

Design and implementation of spatial decision-making system for determination of the user’s desirable areas in terms of roughness

Zahra Bahari Sojahrood; Reza Aghataher; Mohsen Jafari

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 119-128


  Extended Abstract Introduction Earth roughness represents a fluctuation of the earth’s surface, and it can be called the complexity of the earth (Wilson, 2012). Roughness calculation is of great importance and is the basis for lots of decision-making. There are various solutions for the roughness ...  Read More

The impact of irrigation system of Karkheh Dam on land use changes using satellite images Case study: semi-arid region of Abbas Plain

Kamran Karimi; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Marzban Faramarzi; Hassan Khosravi

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 129-140


  Extended Abstract Introduction Land use changes is a widespread and accelerating process, mainly driven by natural phenomena and anthropogenic activities, which in turn drive changes that would impact natural ecosystem. Because of the human population growth and its impacts, land-use patterns are changing ...  Read More

Comparing the estimation of sedimentation rate and volume in Imam Khomeini Port’s access channel using the methods of Hydrography, Bijker’s theory and modeling by Mike21

Amir Mahdi Emamizadeh Mahabadi; Kamran Lari; Mojtaba Zoljoodi

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 141-152


  Extended Abstract Sedimentation in ports’ access channels is a major problem for the port authorities as well as the vessels navigating in these channels. This phenomenon creates dangers for the ships in this vital part of the port in addition to imposing heavy costs on the port. In this research, ...  Read More

Monitoring of spatial and temporal variability of desert dust over the Hamoun e Jazmurian, Southeast of Iran based on the Satellite Data

Maryam Arjmand; Alireza Rashki; Hossein Sargazi

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 153-168


  Extended Abstract Introduction Dust cycles are an integral part of the Earth system, which emits about 2000 tons of dust every year (Shao et al., 2011) and plays an important role in the global climate changes (Park & Jong, 2008). The frequency of dust events in the arid and semi-arid regions is ...  Read More

Investigating the frequency distribution of lightning and its relation with elevation in Southeast of Iran

Ali Akbar Rasuli; Ali Mohammad Khorshiddoust; Mojtaba Fakhari Vahed

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 169-178


  Extended Abstract Introduction Lightning is one of the most fascinating climatic phenomena, which has not yet been fully understood. This phenomenon usually occurs during thunderstorms and at the times of electrical field failure in a variety of cloud-to-ground, cloud-to-cloud, and in-cloud or intra-cloud. ...  Read More

Analysis of the effects of recent climatic droughts on the salinity of subterranean waters using geostatistical and GIS methods in Yazd- Ardakan Plain

mahdieh soltani Gerdfaramarzy; gholamali mozafari; Shahab Shafie

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 179-199


  Extended Abstract Introduction  Droughts are one of the most common climatic changes that occur in many arid and semi-arid regions of the world with high intensities every few years. In many years, the occurrence of droughts is also unknown for a while, therefore, the identification of drought itself, ...  Read More

Modeling the optimal paths of Dalaky–Vahdatiyeh Towns development using AHP, Dematel, and SAW techniques

Mohsen Pour Khosravani; S. Elham Mousavi

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 201-212


  Extended Abstract Introduction Natural conditions and physical limitations determine the suitability of an area for the development of the city. Therefore, ignoring the effects of these factors and conditions such as the position of the floodplain, steep, existence of bedrock ... on the development can ...  Read More

Spatial structure of the rural settlements in the border areas of Iran and Turkey with passive defense approach

Alireza Soleimani; Ahmad Aftab; Ali Majnoony Tootakhaneh

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 213-227


  Extended Abstract Introduction Many of the problems that occur in the national security area should be sought at the border. Because undoubtedly, there is no element more important than the element of security and providing peace and calm in the society, for the progress, development and unilateral evolution, ...  Read More

Identifying the most desirable locations for the construction of Marine Tourism Sites Case study: Tonekabon

Alireaza Darbane Astaneh; sajad ferdowsi; Hamid Reza Shahmohammadi

Volume 27, Issue 106 , September 2018, Pages 229-239


  Extended Abstract Introduction Marine tourism is one of the most attractive and most popular tourist branches that has flourished much in recent decades and has attracted a significant part of tourism economy. In the meantime, despite having extensive coastal borders in the north and south, Iran has ...  Read More