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Investigating and predicting land use changes in Tehran metropolis using remote sensing technology

Adel Khazaei; Majid Abaspour; Sasan Babaei Kafaky; Lobat Taghavi; Yousef rashidi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 November 2022


  Introduction: The metropolis of Tehran as the largest capital of the Middle East is faced with phenomena such as environmental degradation, land use change and high concentration of agricultural and industrial disasters. Knowing the changes of land use in the past and predicting its future status is ...  Read More

Investigating the effect of Gotvand Dam on changes in soil salinity and vegetation cover of downstream lands of the dam using satellite imagery and spectral indices

Morteza Sharif; Saeid Hamzeh

Volume 19, Issue 4 , January 2022, , Pages 225-248


  Introduction: One of the most important factors that play a major role in reducing soil fertility and agricultural land degradation is soil salinization. Soil salinity problem is more severe in agricultural lands of arid and semi-arid regions. In many cases, human activities and irrigation of agricultural ...  Read More

Application of satellite images and object-oriented processing in land use/land cover map extraction to model ecosystem services (case study: Lorestan province)

Zahra Asadolahi; Mostafa Keshtkar; Zia Badehian

Volume 18, Issue 3 , October 2020, , Pages 49-73


  Introduction: Due to the importance of ecosystem services mapping in decision making, different approaches have been developed for mapping ecosystem services. InVEST software is based on models that combine land use/cover with ecosystem services, and so land use is considered an essential component of ...  Read More