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Investigation of environmental impact of oil refinery industrial sludge disposal process by life cycle assessment approach using CML-Baseline impact assessment model

Hanieh Kazemi moayed; Mahdi jalili ghazizadeh khayat; Mostafa Panahi; Zahra Abedi; Hamid reza Ghafarzadeh

Volume 20, Issue 2 , July 2022, , Pages 245-260


  Introduction: The sludge produced in the oil refinery is very harmful due to the significant volume and complexity of the compounds, and its reasonable disposal is very important for environmental protection and sustainable development. During the effluent treatment process in the oil refinery, contaminated ...  Read More

Predictive modeling of the future of the Jajrood protected area, based on the evaluation of land use change trends of the past 30 years by using InVEST software

Shideh Atri; Mostafa Panahi; Reza Arjmandi; Alireza Gharagozlou

Volume 19, Issue 1 , April 2021, , Pages 219-238


  Introduction: Reviewing the Function of many environmental conservation organizations over the past decades, including in Iran, shows that the focus of environmental orientations and policies, due to the lack of accurate and reliable information, is more dependent on the application of instructions and ...  Read More

Economic valuation of soil nutrients in shimbar,s forest protected area using replacement cost

Farshad Keivan Behjou; Ahmad Hashemian; Mostafa Panahi; Elnaz Hassanzadeh

Volume 14, Issue 1 , April 2016, , Pages 137-146

  This research was done with the aim of valuation of main soil nutrients and emphasize on forest soil in Shimbar conservative forest in Khozestan province. At first, EPM method was applied for determining erosion and then the amount of soil waste of 3 main nutrients including nitrogene, phosphorus, and ...  Read More