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Flooding of Lorestan region with stamp strategies led by crisis management

faraz estelaji; alireza abasi semnani; ehsan alipouri

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 1-11


  Evaluation and planning of crisis management with natural disaster approach includes many components. In this regard, one of the basic pillars of construction management is based on resilience. With this view, attention to planning and research priorities of our country shows the present and future. ...  Read More

Preference value of forage plants for cattle grazing in pasture of Lavash mountainous rangelands

ّFarhad Azhir

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 13-22


  Knowledge of livestock grazing behavior is one of factors of optimal and sustainable rangeland management. For optimal management of mountain rangelands, a study was conducted in the rangelands of Lavash. This is located in the Central Alborz Protected Area, and grazed by native hybrid cows. Measuring ...  Read More

Investigating Vulnerability of Urban Areas to Flood Using TOPSIS Method (Case study: Azimiyeh, Karaj)

mina pouresmaeel; ali salajegheh; Arash Malekian; amirreza keshtkar

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 23-36


  The complexity of the urban environment makes it difficult to consider all the vulnerable components of the urban. Hence, decision-making in urban environments is one of the most important issues in modern management. As a result, the purpose of this study is to investigate the urban vulnerability of ...  Read More

investigation of Heavy Metal Contamination and Enrichment (Case Study: Shiraz Industrial Town and surrounding Lands)

Esfandiar Jahantab; Ali Najmeddin

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 37-51


  Heavy metal pollution is one of the most serious environmental problems that is spreading around the world. The purpose of this study was to determine the rate of pollution and enrichment of heavy metals inside and around the industrial town of Shiraz. For this aim, 20 surface soil samples were gathered ...  Read More

Comparison of machine learning models to prioritize susceptible areas to dust production

Serveh Darvand; Hassan Khosravi; Hamidreza Keshtkar; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Omid Rahmati

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 53-68


  The purpose of this study was to compare machine learning models including Support Vector Machine, Classification and Regression Tree, Random Forest, and Multivariate Discriminate Analysis to prioritize susceptible areas to dust production. To determine the dust days, hourly meteorological data of Alborz ...  Read More

Effect of topographic threshold conditions for gully head development in different use (Case study: Boushehr province)

Gholm Reaza Rahi; A Kaviyan; K Soleimani; H Pourghasemi

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 69-81


  Creating a gully is a reaction to the geomorphologic conditions, this type of erosion extends over a wide range of environments, and the threshold of topography is related to the slope and drainage level and Controls the position and expansion of gullies in different uses. The slop-area equation as a ...  Read More

Determining the mode and regime of the water governance in the face of environmental changes from the perspective of institution and local stakeholders

Majid Rahimi; Arash Malekian; Amir Alambeigi

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 81-102


  Water is a source of life, even when it is abundant. In the last few years, the unreal certainty of water services in Iran has caused institutional structures of water to be unsuitable and incompatible with environmental changes, and when water-related crises such as drought, flood occurrence and in ...  Read More

Assessing the land degradation using water use efficiency (WUE) and drought indices (case study: Fars province)

Hadi Eskandari Damaneh; Hamid Gholami; Rasool Mahdavi; Asad Khoorani; Junran Li

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 103-120


  In this study, water use efficiency index (WUE) was used to assessing the effect of drought on the carbon and water cycle. To calculate this index, we used the gross primary product (GPP) and evapotranspiration (ET) products obtained from the MODIS sensor, and the trend of their changes and reaction ...  Read More

Evaluation of the effects of land use change in Meybod and Ardakan cities on the intensity of wind erosion

Mohammad Ali Saremi Naeini

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 121-135


  Rapid population growth and the need to provide the necessities of life has caused human beings to change land use widely. In many cases these changes have been accompanied by disruption of balance in nature and providing the possibility of soil erosion. This study was carried out to investigate the ...  Read More

Selecting a Framework for Analyzing the Integrated Socio-Ecological System of Farmers Exploiting the Groundwater Resources of an Aquifer: Applying COPRAS Decision Model

Zahra Kamyab; Amir Alambeigi; Abdolmotalleb Rezaei; Seyed Mahmood Hosseini

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 137-155


  sustainable exploitation of natural resources depends on recognizing the interdependencies, internal social and ecological systems and their capacity to provide the required services. Therefore, there is a need to rethink and change the approach to systemic management of the social-ecological system, ...  Read More

Analysis and survey of the environmental situation of IRIB's channels programs by using factor analysis method (Case study: channel 1)

maryam larijani; mostafa naderi; Seyed Mohamad Shobeiri; Lobat Zebardast

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 157-175


  This article tries to prioritize important criteria in the study the performance of environmental programs of the channel One by using exploratory factor analysis method with a questionnaire that was completed by 70 IRIB's experts. Finally, offer suggestions for improving the level of environmental programs. ...  Read More

Spatial Prediction of Soil Surface Organic Carbon Using Spectral and Non-Spectral Factors (Case Study; Asuran Summer Rangeland, Semnan Province)

saeedeh Nateghi; Rostam Khalifehzadeh; Mahshid Souri; Morteza Khodagholi

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 177-188


  Soil organic carbon is one of the most important indicators of soil quality. The purpose of this study is to study the spectral and non-spectral behaviors of soil in order to estimate the organic carbon of topsoil using factor analysis and multiple regression methods in the semi-steppe rangelands of ...  Read More

Measuring and Evaluating the Resilience of Urban Areas against Urban Flooding (Case Study: District 4 of Tehran)

mostafa nahid; mohammadreza zandmoghadam; zeynab Karkehabadi

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 189-205


  With rapid growth of urban construction and urbanism as well as creation and development of infrastructure, flooding in urban areas has become more controversial. Occurrence of urban flood hazards in human settlements causes irreparable damages to the citizens. Therefore, in order to decrease the psychological ...  Read More

Assessment of spatial and temporal variation of seasonal and annual streamflow in Karkheh River Basin

Mojtaba Nassaji Zavareh; Bagher Ghermezcheshmeh; Moslem Mohammadpour

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 207-221


  Land use and climate change can alter the seasonal and annual discharge of rivers. Annual and seasonal river discharge changes should be considered in the management and planning of water resources in basins. For this propose, Karkheh basin was selected for study. For trend analysis of this basin daily ...  Read More

Investigation the Effect of Amendments on the Biological Reclamation of Salt-Lands from an Economic Perspective in Nazarabad, Alborz Province

Shahram Yousefi Khanghah; Hossein Azarnivand; Mohammad Ali Zare Chahouki; Mohammad Jafari; Hamidreza Naseri

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, Pages 223-232


  The establishment of vegetation is the best way to manage degraded and at risk of degradation lands. Considering that the planting in arid lands is very costly because of ecological restrictions, so experts are looking for methods that increase the percentage of the seedlings establishment and reduce ...  Read More