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Integration of satellite image and LiDAR data to determine damaged buildings after the earthquake based on support vector Machine Algorithm in Haiti

Faeze Eslamizade; Heidar Rastiveis

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 7-24


  Extended abstract Introduction Given the population growth and increasing urbanization, the occurrence of natural disasters like earthquake can cause heavy losses and damages and interrupt the development of cities and countries. Among these disasters, the earthquakeisof great importance due to its unpredictability ...  Read More

The implementation of 3D urban cadastre based on aerial imagery by the real estate management ability in Tehran Metropolis

Mehdi KhoshboreshMasouleh; Saeed Sadeghian

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 25-40


  Extended abstract Introduction Over the past two centuries, in many countries in the world, population density has dramatically grown in urban areas, resulting in cities to witness rising construction of multi-story apartment buildings and utilizing above and below ground spaces. Expansion of tower ...  Read More

Analysis of solar radiation potential in arid and semiarid areas of Central Iran using remote sensing data

Abolfazl Ranjbar-Fordoei; Sayed Hojjat Mousavi; Vahid Vaisi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 41-48


  Extended abstract Introduction Energy is one of the most important factors in the development of human societies and is one of the essential factors in economic, social development and quality of life.Population explosion and growing energy demand, increasing living standards, the risk of global warming ...  Read More

Identification and analysis of factors affecting the development of War Zone Tourism in Kurdistan Province -Case Study: Marivan City

dr saadi mohammadi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 49-66


  Extended abstract Introduction One of the new products, destinations and types of tourism that can be well utilized for the socio-economic reconstruction of the border areas, is war tourism. Almost after World War II, the war tourism idea which had no objectives except reviving the war zones and improving ...  Read More

Zonation of civil defense spatial planning using Analytic Network Process (ANP) - A Case Study of Tehran

Gholamreza Latifi; Sina Shahidi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 67-83


  Extended abstract Introduction Over the past 3 decades,major wars have taken place in our country and the areas around it, including the 8-yearimposed war by Iraq against Iran, the First and Second wars of the Persian Gulf (1991, 2003), the war of Afghanistan (2003), the 33-day war of Lebanon with the ...  Read More

Classification of Karkheh watershed based on spatio-physical indices using fuzzy approach

Bahram Choubin; karim solaimani; Mahmoud Habibnejad Roshan; Arash Malekian

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 85-98


  Extended abstract Introduction Management of watersheds requires understanding of watershed conditions both in gauged and ungaugedbasins. The classification of watersheds by similarcharacteristics for the implementation of coordinated watershed operations and flood control as well as giving priority ...  Read More

Emissivity and land surface temperature mapping fromHyTES thermal hyperspectral images using TES and ARTEMISS algorithms

faeze Soleimani vosta kolaei; Mehdi Akhoondzadeh Hanzaei

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 99-111


  Extended abstract Land Surface Temperature (LST) and Emissivity are two significant physical features of the Earth’s surface and atmosphere. The calculation of land surface temperaturehas a great significance in environmental studies, meteorology, evapotranspiration study, interactions between ...  Read More

Assessment of the quality of urban life using remote sensing and GIS

Ali Kazemzadeh; Najmeh Neisany Samany; Ali Darvishi Boloorani; Ara Toomanian; Ahmad Pourahmad

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 113-132


  Extended abstract Introduction Life in the modern cities takes shape through interaction with various environmental, socio-economic, infrastructural, health, security, political and cultural conditions. The result of this interaction shapes the quality of urban life (QOUL). Quality of lifeis a complex ...  Read More

Evaluating and zoning East Kurdistan Geosites -Case Study: Qorveh and Bijar Countries

Mehran Maghsoudi; Hamid Ganjaeian; Lila Garosi; Anvar Moradi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 133-148


  Extended abstract Introduction Geomorphology tourism or geotourismis one of the areas ofmodern studies in geoscience and tourism studies based on the identification of geomorphosites or special geomorphological sites. Geomorphosites are of new concepts that have entered the tourism literature with ...  Read More

Investigating the water level and volume variations of Lake Urmia using satellite images and satellite altimetry

Hamidreza Dastranj; Farrokh Tavakoli; Ali Soltanpour

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 149-163


  Extended abstract Introduction We live in a world where water has always been considered as one of the major issues. Currently, many people in developing countries are deprived of sufficient water to meet their basic needs. Lake Urmia is located between the longitudes45 to 46 ° East and latitudes ...  Read More

Using GIS in promoting tourism industry in the City of Kerman

Abdolreza Kazeminiya; SedighehMeimandiParizi SedighehMeimandiParizi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 165-177


  Extended abstract Introduction Given that, the tourism industry can play a significant role in the economy of any country, therefore, it can multiply the income generated by this industry through planning and providing tourists and travellers with easy access to tourist sites and service locations ...  Read More

Presenting a soil moisture-based drought index derived from Global Land Data Assimilation System (GLDAS-SMDI) in Central Iran

Yaghoub Niazi; Ali Talebi; Mohammad Hossein Mokhtari; Majid Vazifedoust

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 179-191


  Extended abstract Introduction Droughts are long-term phenomena that affect vast areas, causing significant economic damages andlosses in human lives. Droughts are the most costly natural disaster in the world, and affect more people than any other natural disaster. Therefore, it is important to develop ...  Read More

Analyzing and zoning of geomorphic hazards in the Northern regions of Iran using the network analysis process - Case Study: Gilan province

Payam Jafari; Somayeh Sadat Shahzeidi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 193-208


  Extended abstract Introduction Today, cities in different parts of the worldare exposed to damages from natural hazards for various reasons. These hazards which are associated with lots of financial damages, fatalities and injuries, are in need for urgent preventive measures. Based on the United Nation ...  Read More

Modeling urban structure changes with the spatial planning approach to achieve sustainable urban development - Case Study: Ghaemshahr

Kaveh Jafarzadeh; GholamReza Sabzghabaei; Shahram Yousefi Khangah; satar soltanian

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 209-222


  Extended abstract Introduction City has long been regarded as one of the human achievements by civilizations. Urban structure is part of the basic and mainconcepts of urban engineering knowledge and, in fact, is the foundation of its formation, and it is of great importance that some urban planners ...  Read More

Analyzing and measuring the vulnerability of urban buildings against earthquake using statistical analyses Case Study: The Worn Texture of BoroujerdCity

Habib Sahami; Sodabeh Papi; Nahid Khosravi

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 223-236


  Extended abstract Introduction Urban old fabrics are supposed to be one of the most vulnerable parts, which are affected in natural disasters mostly earthquakes. The buildings in such areas have no sufficient resistance because of long age and life span and in case of earthquake they are collapsed ...  Read More

Synoptic and thermodynamic analysis of heavy precipitation in the Province of Kermanshah from October27 to 30,2015

Kamal Omidvar; Nesa Sepandar; Shahab Shafiee

Volume 27, Issue 107 , December 2018, Pages 237-252


  Extended abstract Among the natural disasters, floods involve the highesthuman casualties. The economic damages of flood in developing countries, including Iran, is much more, and its occurrence is very high particularly in the cold months of the year in the west of the country. By studying the synoptic ...  Read More