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Developing a new method for improving change detection results using optical and radar image fusion based on an unsupervised method and PSO-based algorithm

Saeid Mahmoodizadeh; Ali Esmaeily

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 7-25


  Extended Abstract Introduction Information obtained from change detection processes in urban regions has a remarkable effect on urban planning and management. Due to the variety of land coversin urban regions, they are considered as a complex region extracting information from which is quite challengeable. ...  Read More

Evaluating and measuring the effect of cyberspace on the indices of meaning in urban spaces

Narges Nonejad; Elham Nazemi; Hamid Saberi

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 27-43


  Extended Abstract Introduction The concept of place has long been considered an issue of importance for sociology, anthropology, and human geography. Geography begins with human beings and will not exist without human activities and their effects on the Earth’s surface. Humanistic geographers believe ...  Read More

Integrating ground-based air quality monitoring stations with mobile sensor units to improve the accuracy of PM2.5 concentration modeling

Sara Haghbayan; Behnam Tashayo

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 45-58


  Extended Abstract  Introduction Air pollution has become a life-threatening hazard with severe consequences. Previous studies have indicated that long-term exposure to air pollution can pose a significant threat to human health or even cause death. Usually, air quality is monitored by ground-based ...  Read More

Investigating crop cultivation pattern using remote sensing, GIS and aPatch-Based approach

Moslem Darvishi; Abouzar Ramezani

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 59-75


  Extended Abstract Introduction Due todecreased rainfall and increased groundwater harvesting, our country faces drought. With drastic decline of water levelin lakes and hydroelectric reservoirs, water scarcity is deeply felt. Thus, managers and officials shall find new ways of decreasing waterconsumption ...  Read More

Replacing kappa index with quantitative and spatial agreement and disagreement components for the accuracy assessment of different thematic maps

Akram Sadeghbeygi; Kamran Moravej; Mohammad Amir Delavar

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 77-87


  Extended Abstract Introduction In the last few decades, thematic maps and models were usually assessed using Kappa index of agreement. The index gives us the relative observed agreement among raters (identical to accuracy), but lacks any useful information to make practical decision making about ...  Read More

Reconstruction of Mighan Playa extension in Late Quaternary Period based on sedimentary and geomorphic evidences

Mojtaba Yamani; Arefeh Shabanieraghi; Seyed Mohammad Zamanzadeh; Abolghasem Goorabi; Nafiseh Ashtari

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 89-102


  Extended Abstract Introduction Climate changesare considered to be the most important event of the Quaternary period largely reflected in the geomorphology and sedimentology of the period.Paleogeomorphology helps us to understand past climate changes and predict future changes.  Depending on the ...  Read More

Spatial analysis of urban multi-functional land uses integrating MCDM and GIS methods Case study: Emergency shelter in Saravan City

Kazem Borhani; Ashraf Azimzadeh Irany; Amirhosein Elhami

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 103-118


  Extended Abstract Introduction Emergency shelters built based on multifunctional spaces are one of the main components of crisis management, which is carried out for various purposes by transferring people from hazardous or damaged areas to safe areas. Providing suitable spaces for the accommodation ...  Read More

Investigating urban heat islands in Tehran using satellite images

Hadi Fadaei

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 119-130


  Extended Abstract Introduction One of the major environmental issues and requirementsof the contemporary worldis the acquisition of knowledge and related technologies. Urban Heat Island (UHI) refers to the occurrence of higher surface temperature in urban areas compared to the surrounding rural areas ...  Read More

Analyzing the strategic planning of Tamarchin border and its effects on the level of development in Piranshahr City

Ebrahim Sharifzadeh Aghdam; Mohammad Ajza Shokouhi

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 131-149


  Extended Abstract Introduction It can be argued that among the socially and culturally relevant variables affecting sustainable security and optimal control of border cities, political variables (formulation of the comprehensive plan and other urban plans), physical variables (distance between border ...  Read More

Industrial site selection using multi criteria evaluation methods in Golpayegan County

Samira Afshari; Ali Lotfi; Saeid Pourmanafi

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 151-166


  Extended Abstract Introduction Industrial and economic developmentalong with population growth and increased exploitation of natural resources may upset the environmental balance. Inappropriate land use, along withpollution and destruction of natural resources are considered to be serious problems ...  Read More

Spatial analysis of risks in critical infrastructures of Yasuj City

Mostafa Mohamadi dehcheshme; Fereshteh Shanbehpour

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 167-180


  Extended Abstract Introduction                              21st century is the era of cities’vulnerability, since as urban life becomes more complex, ...  Read More

Identifying routes with walkability potential in Mashhad Metropolis using SDA method and new urbanism approach

Mohammad Rahim Rahnama; Mehdi Bazargan

Volume 29, Issue 116 , March 2021, Pages 181-203


  ExtendedAbstract Introduction Walking is one of the most basic methods of transportation in cities. Before the Industrial Revolution, pattern of movements within cities was based on a human scale. But with the onset of Industrial Revolution and the subsequent dominance of modernist thought, the role ...  Read More