1. Hydrological model parameterising using various automatic calibration techniques

Yulizar Yulizar; Shailesh Kumar Singh

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Summer 2020, Pages 1-15

Abstract
  Hydrological models are used for various water resources application. To represent hydrological processes, it need parameters that achieve a discharge simulation as close to the observed series as possible. The simulation result depends on how accurately the models parameters are calibrated. The calibration ...  Read More

2. Consequence of interaction between soil erosion processes and dryland landforms

Neda Mohseni; Seyed Reza Hosseinzadeh

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Summer 2020, Pages 16-23

Abstract
  Soil is directly linked to climate through the exchange of carbon between the atmosphere and the pedosphere. Anthropogenic-geomorphic disturbances and accelerated soil erosion processes stimulate spatial heterogeneity in the distribution of soil biotic-abiotic components, causing the activation of positive ...  Read More

3. Using evidence of geomorphology, experimental and analytical hierarchy Using evidence of geomorphology, experimental and analytical hierarchy analysis in karstification (in Kalat mountain in the North East of Iran)

Mohsen Rezaee Arefi; Mohammad Ali Zanganeh; Abolfazl Behniyafar; Mohammad Javanbakht

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Summer 2020, Pages 24-38

Abstract
  The Identification of Karsticity degree of a karstic basin is very important for the management of water resources and tourism in a region. The purpose of this research is to identify the degree of karsticity of a karstic basin using geomorphologic, empirical, and hierarchical analysis. The research ...  Read More

4. Study of main planktonic foraminifera(Turonian-Santonian) in Kopeh-Dagh sedimentary environment, NE Iran

Meysam Shafiee Ardestani; Mohammad Vahidinia

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Summer 2020, Pages 39-46

Abstract
  In order to study the fossil contents of the Abderaz Formation for biostratigraphical purposes the 500 meters thick section was sampled at type section. The sequence is mainly made up of grey shales and marls with two units of chalky limestone in upper part. The lower contact of the formation with Aitamir ...  Read More

5. Introducing tourist land attractions of Aghajari Formation in Genaveh, South Dezful Basin, Iran

Mohsen Liaghat; Mohammad Reza Nourainezhad; Mohammad Hossein Adabi

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Summer 2020, Pages 47-55

Abstract
  Iran is one of the five countries in the world with the highest climatic diversity, in the word, in which the existing tourist and natural attractions have a high potential for the development of non-oil revenues. Accordingly, the southern regions of Iran with prominent features in formations belong ...  Read More

6. Monitoring agricultural drought in Iran using time series of vegetation health index

Ghasem keikhosravi; Souzan Rastgar Alaleh Gurabi

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Summer 2020, Pages 56-65

Abstract
  In this study, in order to examine the severity of drought risk in Iran during 18-year period (2001-2018), we used rain meteorological data of 176 synoptic meteorological stations, ground surface temperature product (MOD11C3) and vegetation product (MOD13C2) of Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectro radiometer ...  Read More

1. 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

2. Environmental impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the world and Iran

Mohammad Yazdi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2020, , Pages 1-12

Abstract
       The coronavirus disease or the so-called Covid-19 is a highly transmittable and pathogenic viral infection which emerged in Wuhan, China and spread rapidly around the world. The virus has resulted in about 4.2 million infections and 280,000 deaths (as of 10 May, 2020). Covid-19 is affecting ...  Read More

3. Prioritizing tourism destination waterfall for tourism investment and development in Lorestan Province, Iran

Pegah Moridsadat; Ahmad Roumiani; Soroush Sanaei Moghaddam

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, , Pages 24-32

Abstract
  Tourism is a key strategy of development in all international to the local level. It uses human and natural capacities and attractions and improves sustainable development indicators like diversifying economic diversification, job and income generation, empowering local people, preserving human and natural ...  Read More

4. Monitoring artificial light pollution in Iran

Ali Reza Salehipour Milani

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, , Pages 33-46

Abstract
  Light pollution is generally referred to as an unplanned increase in artificial lighting and the result is a change in light levels. Population growth and the rapid expansion of urbanization and industrialization can be a factor in increasing light pollution in Iran. Therefore, monitoring night light ...  Read More

5. Hydro geochemical properties and groundwater quality using FGQI method from the stand point of Iranian standards and World Health Organization A case study in Naqadeh plain, Iran

Behzad Saeedi Razavi; Saeedeh Senemari

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, , Pages 12-23

Abstract
  Excessive exploitation of groundwater resources has negatively affected their equilibrium and the groundwater level in several aquifers. Naghade plain (one of Urmia lake aquifers) requires a proper and qualitative management which has suffered a decline in recent years. One of the most important indicators ...  Read More

Publisher:
Shahid beheshti university

Editor-in-Chief:
  Kazem Nosrati


Print ISSN: 2717-1701

Online ISSN: 2717-171X