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Evaluation of different mapping functions using 3-D Ray tracing

Hamid Akbari; Vahab Nafisi; Jamal Asgari

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 7-22


    Extended Abstract The troposphere is a layer of atmosphere that consists of dry gases and water vapor, which causes a time delay in the emission of electromagnetic waves resulting in an error in determining the precise position. In space geodesy, normally, the travelling time of the wave between ...  Read More

Design and implementation of an environment detection system for positioning without border

Mohsen Mehrabi nejad; Mohammadreza Malek

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 23-33


    Extended Abstract Introduction Initially, researches were conducted on the positioning inside and outside of the building separately, and separate methods have been presented to determine the position inside and outside the building. But today, they are seeking methodswithout borderfor the ...  Read More

Spatial investigation of oil contamination spread into groundwater resources in Dasht-e-Shazand (Iran) using geostatistical analyst

Sharareh Pourebrahim; Mehrdad Hadipour; Mehdi Mardian; Amir Ansari

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 35-44


  Extended Abstract Introduction  Strategic and important industries are established in areas with possible access to water. Industrial development requires abundant water. Analysis of environmental resources and their pollution is the first consequence of industrial and human activities. Therefore ...  Read More

Analyzing the spectral response of urban constructed textures in reflective bands and the factors affecting that, before and after the earthquake (Case study: Bam)

Manuchehr Farajzadeh; Mohsen Ahadnejad; Hadi Targholizadeh

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 45-60


  Extended Abstract Introduction  Due to the large dimensions of earthquake damages and losses, more rapid procedures are required to identify damaged buildings. Field studies and old procedures are no longer efficient enough because of being time consuming, costly and requiring lots of workforce. ...  Read More

Integrating Multi-Agent Model and Irregular Cellular Automata to simulate urban growth

Mehrdad Bijandi; Ali Asghar Alesheikh; Abolghasem Sadeghi Niaraki

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 61-76


  Extended Abstract Introduction One of the most important challenges of this era is the rapid growth of urbanization. According to the United Nations report, around 66% of the world’s population, equivalent to 6.4 billion will live in urban areas by the year 2050, while this number was only about ...  Read More

Zoning and spatial analysis of the susceptibility of four environmental hazards: Landslide, Flood, Earthquake and Subsidence (Case study: 22 Districts of Tehran)

Zohreh Fanni; Seyyed MohammadReza Ghashami

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 77-89


  Extended Abstract Introduction The natural behaviors of the human life environment where the settlements are constructed without recognizing and studying these behaviors are called hazards. The distinctive features of natural hazards are the changes in the hazard severity in different locations, as ...  Read More

Locating rural landfill sites in Southern Soma Village of Urmia City

Nosrat Moradi; Mir Najaf Mousavi

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 91-108


  Extended Abstract Introduction In today’s complex and growing world, population growth, changes in the patterns of consumption and quality of life in rural areas have led to many environmental problems. One of the most important problems derived from this issue is the production of rural wastes ...  Read More

Generating Digital Elevation Model of the Earth Using Sentinel-1 Images and Interferometry

mohammad amin ghannadi; Hamid Enayati; Elaheh Khesali

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 109-121


  Extended Abstract Introduction A Digital Elevation Model or DEM is a physical representation of terrain and topography that is modeled by a digital 3D model. DEMs have various applications in many fields. Today, with respect to improvements in technology and importance of generating DEM from every region ...  Read More

Determination of Basalt Zones using Basalt Extraction Index (BEI) and ASTER Satellite Imagery Classification

Meysam Argany; Amir Ramezani; Sadegh Elyasi

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 123-135


  Extended Abstract Introduction Remote sensing science is one of the most powerful tools for the mineral explorations and mineral resource estimation. With regard to this science, any type of rocks with structural characteristics and mineral constituents has a special spectral signature, thus, using ...  Read More

Modeling dynamic changes of Land Use with Object Based Image Analysis and CA-Markov approach (Case study: Shiraz city)

Hamid Ebrahimy; Aliakbar Rasuly; Ahmad Ahmadpour

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 137-149


  Extended Abstract Introduction Land use is one of the most important indicators of economic and social development in urban areas, and has resulted in extensive changes in available structures and procedures of these areas. Therefore, human activities are known as one of the main principles and components ...  Read More

Analyzing the effect of the North Atlantic oscillation index on the variability of vegetation in Iran

mohammad Rezaei; Elham Ghasemifar; Chenour Mohammadi

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 151-164


    Extended Abstract Introduction Vegetation plays an important role in the cycle of energy, carbon, hydrology and bio-geochemistry. The climate and vegetation have a mutual effect on each other. For example, the surface vegetation affects atmospheric patterns by affecting the surface albedo (which ...  Read More

Evaluating the vulnerability of urban buildings to various earthquake intensities Case study: District 9 of Tehran Municipality

Hossein Nazmfar; Saiedeh Alavi

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 165-181


  Extended Abstract Introduction The rapidity of urbanization, especially in developing countries, has led to the fact that half of the world’s population is currently settled in urban areas. Most of these areas with high population density are vulnerable to crises (Shelter Center, 2010: xiv). ...  Read More

Multi-objective routing of power transmission lines based on environmental, access and economic criteria Case study: Sari

Nazila Mohammadi; Mehdi Chabok

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 183-196


  Extended Abstract Introduction The construction of power transmission lines (PTLs) is one of the most important activities of the power industry of any nation in the development of power transmission network. Many technical, economic, environmental and social factors are involved in the issue of power ...  Read More

Evaluating the dust phenomenon and ranking the methods of preventing its effects in Khuzestan Province

Reza Borna

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 197-210


    Extended Abstract Introduction Dust is one of the atmospheric and climatic disasters whose occurrence causes environmental damages, respiratory and heart diseases, land and air traffic, tourist and agricultural problems, etc. Considering the great damages of this phenomenon and the possibility ...  Read More

Integrating the Geographic Information System (GIS) and multi-criteria decision-making processes in locating the natural-regional parks Case study: Mazandaran Province

Reza Lahmian

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 211-224


  Extended Abstract Introduction Statistics show that more than half of the world's population (54% in 2014) live in urban areas, although there are many differences between countries in terms of urbanization levels. For the first time in history, the urban population exceeded the rural population of ...  Read More

Assessing the position of tourism in the rural economy (Case study: Moridan Village, District of Komala, County of Langroud)

Nasser Rezaei; Farzad Mirzaee; Rahmatollah Monshizadeh

Volume 27, Issue 108 , March 2019, Pages 225-236


  Extended Abstract Introduction The development of tourism throughout the world, and its ever-increasing economic importance has paved the way for the development of rural tourism and its impact on the rural development. Initially, this concept took shape by the development of urbanization, the rapid ...  Read More