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Monthly Changes of Night Heat Islands Analysis in Isfahan County in the Last Two Decades Using the Multi-Temporal Products of the MODIS Sensor

Mostafa Tahani Yazdly; Sayyed Mohammad Hosseini; Farahnaz Khoramabadi; Mohammad Mohtaram

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 October 2023


  IntroductionIn recent decades, along with the physical development of cities and population increase due to immigration, Heat islands, which are mainly the result of human made activities, have gained significant importance. So that; The reduction of vegetation cover, the high consumption of fossil fuels, ...  Read More

Time series analysis of SCIAMACHY and GOME-2 absorbing aerosol index in Iran

Faezeh Alizadeh; Samereh Falahatkar; Afsaneh Afzali

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, , Pages 57-70


  Introduction: In the past three decades, dust has become a global concern for global societies. Due to Iran’s location in an arid region, it is severely influenced by this phenomenon. This phenomenon usually carries a huge mass of particle matters that can be clearly detected by satellite images. ...  Read More

Annual trend analysis of climate parameters of temperature and precipitation in decuple agroecology regions of Iran

Nader Barani; Ayatollah Karami

Volume 17, Issue 4 , January 2020, , Pages 75-90


  Introduction: Climate change is exacerbated by natural factors such as aridity and drought or human activities. Identifying and revealing the changes in each factor and what cause them is considered the first step in the study of the process of climatic elements. The trend analysis might be due to natural ...  Read More