1. The effect of geological formations on the quality and quantity of groundwater (case study: Imamzadeh Jafar Gachsaran plain)

Mohammadtaghi Avand; Mohammadr Reza Ekhtesasi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, Pages 1-6

Abstract
  Groundwater has a fundamental role and is a key factor in economic development and environmental protection in our country. In recent years, due to drought-induced rainfall, the extraction of groundwater has increased at a widespread level that could have environmental and geological hazards. Imamzadeh ...  Read More

2. Toward mapping potential groundwater recharge zones across Viti Levu and Vanua Levu (Fiji islands)

Vilimone Koiroko Raqona; Shailesh Kumar Singh; Ude Shankar

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, Pages 7-15

Abstract
  Water access in Fiji is a critical issue as not everyone can access reticulated water sources which poses heavy dependence on groundwater sources. Along with its various uses, groundwater sources have been left vulnerable to contamination and depletion over the years due to changes in climatic patterns ...  Read More

3. Evaluation the efficiency of different mulches to combat wind erosion of sandy soil running title: Efficiency of different mulches to control wind erosion

Monireh Mina; Hojat Emami; Alireza Karimi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, Pages 16-22

Abstract
  This study was conducted to determine the most suitable mulch regard to environmental adaptation. It was carried out as a completely randomized design with treatments including cement mulch (50 g cement +100 g sand +1000 ml H2O), two rates of polymer (5 and 10 g polyvinyl acetate + 1000 ml H2O), two ...  Read More

4. Land use changes and restraining environmental risks via mitigation approach, the case of Darakeh-Velenjak watershed in Iran

hassan esmaeilzadeh; Mohsen Ehteshami

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, Pages 23-37

Abstract
  Widespread land use changes and unusual uses of highlands in Northern Tehran (Darakeh-Velenjak Watershed) have markedly caused to pose environmental risks and unsustainability. This research aims to study land use changes in Darakeh-Velenjak Watershed, to identify the key risks which can be posed by ...  Read More

5. Assessment of morphological changes of Taleghan river in upstream of Taleghan dam

Somayeh Khaleghi; Seyed Hasan Sadough; Mahnaz khodayari

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, Pages 38-45

Abstract
  River channels have been affected by climate changes and human interventions such as channelization, dam, gravel and sand mining and land use changes. Dam changes water and sediment transport in river systems. These changes are as one of the most important factors affecting upstream and downstream river ...  Read More

6. Civil society, social authority and consciousness: the subject for urban regeneration

Zohreh Fanni

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2020, Pages 46-50

Abstract
  Today, cities in the world are facing a range of related economic, social and environmental issues and problems. The reason of axial study on the subject of urban regeneration policy by urban researchers and planners in the world is that this program will be unifying and integrating all economic, cultural, ...  Read More