Research Paper Urban Planning
1. Critical Analysis on the Performance of Urban Actors Production of Problematic Urban Settlements (Case Study: Islamabad neighborhood of Zanjan City)

mohsen ahadnejad reveshty; Abolfazl Meshkini; Heydar Salehi Mishani

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 1-14

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.41564.2690

Abstract
  Introduction Rapid urbanization poses a significant challenge to accommodating the poor particularly in developing countries. To address this issue, affordable housing has become the agenda for many governments in a bid to improve the living condition of low income households. The exclusivity of government ...  Read More

Research Paper Climatology
2. Investigating the Structural Nature of Ashuba Tropical Storm/Hurricane on the Arabian Sea

mehdi asadi; Ali mohammad khorshiddoust; Hassan Haji Mohamadi

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 15-25

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.10831

Abstract
  Introduction Data and information from the Meteorological Department of India and the Joint Hurricane Warning Center (JHWC) were used to investigate the structural nature of Ashuba tropical storm in the Arabian Sea from June 7 to June 12, 2015. To study the atmospheric structure, the analyzed digital ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
3. Determining key drivers affecting urban livability with a futuristic approach (Case study: Kashan)

amir oshnooei nooshabadi; mahshid mohammad ebrahimi

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 27-41

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.13132

Abstract
  Introduction In recent decades, in parallel with theories of sustainable development and sustainable urban development, the idea of ​​improving the quality of life, which in turn makes cities more livable, has found its place in urban planning literature and, therefore, the ability to have Livelihoods ...  Read More

Research Paper Rural Planning
4. Investigating the factors influencing the implementation of participatory urban governance (NBN program) in District 2 of Tabriz metropolitan

forough andesta; shahrivar rostaei

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 43-55

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.10837

Abstract
  Introduction The expansion of urbanization and the problems resulting from urban life have made it increasingly necessary to pay attention to useful strategies and solutions to optimize the lives of citizens. With the introduction of democratic concepts and approaches over the last decades, new patterns ...  Read More

Research Paper Climatology
5. Analysis of Climatic Factors Affecting Actual Evapotranspiration through Weighted Regression Model. Case study: Eastern Towns of Uremia Lake

Zeynab Jawanshir; Khalil Valizadeh Kamran; Aliakbar Rasouly; Hashem Rostamzadeh

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 57-67

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.10864

Abstract
  Introduction For the first time, Faddingham presented a geographic weight regression model. He tried to study the aspects of space heterogeneity. After that, Bronson examined the relationship between housing prices and areas. Which encountered a number of issues in relation to the model, which included ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
6. An Analysis of the Impact of Physical-Spatial Factors on Walking of Citizen , Case Study: Qaen City

Saeed Hossein Abadi

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 69-86

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.40195.2626

Abstract
  Introduction In the last few decades, the number and use of motor vehicles have increased dramatically in cities across the world and urban spaces and mobility have been dominated by motor vehicles. Thistrend has made various environmental, social, and economic issues for cities and has threatened their ...  Read More

Research Paper Climatology
7. Simulation of runoff from Qarahsoo basin snowmelt By Using SRM model

Mohammad Hossein Aalinejad; Saeed jahanbakhsh; Ali Mohammad Khorshiddoust

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 87-97

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.13139

Abstract
  Introduction Determining the temporal change of snowmelt or agriculture water equivalent of snow, predicting flood, and managing the reservoirs of a region is of utmost importance. Some major parts of the western sections of the country are located in the mountainous region and most of the precipitations ...  Read More

Research Paper Rural Planning
8. The Role of Rural Transport in the Economic Dimensions of Rural Development Case Study: Kalkhouran District - Ardabil City

kuomars khodapanah

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 99-112

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.41566.2691

Abstract
  Introduction Transport is one of the most important activities and an essential component of the economy, which plays an important role in establishing spatial relationships between different locations and, like many existing networks, comprises a set of locations and links that represent inter-location ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
9. Study of spatial planning challenges of Iranian metropolises with the focus on the new economic system (case study of Tabriz metropolis)

Vali Rezapour; Mir saeed Moosavi; bahman hadili

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 113-127

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.41370.2686

Abstract
  Introduction The purpose of this article is to investigate the effectiveness of the urban spatial organization approach and metropolitan areas of Iran based on changes in modern economic structures with emphasis on the metropolis of Tabriz. Because it seems that in the conditions of incompatibility of ...  Read More

Research Paper Geomorphology
10. Calibration and validation the SWAT model in the simulation of runoff and sediment in Shahr Chai of Miyaneh

Mohammad Hossein Rezaei Moghaddam; Davod Mokhtari; Majid shafieimehr

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 129-139

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.40775.2656

Abstract
  Introduction Proper management of catchments is one of the most important ways to make optimal use of water and soil resources. In our country, most of the catchments, especially the mountainous catchments, do not have enough hydrometric and sedimentation stations. This fact makes any development and ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
11. Analysis of the level of sustainability in the theory of development and planning of neighborhoods (Case study: Neighborhoods of zone 3 of Gorgan city)

keramatollah ziari; noosha hamghadam

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 141-158

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.41057.2669

Abstract
  Introduction The cities are considered as the centers of social, economic and space development, and the most appropriate places for the occurrence of problems. therefore, the main manifestations of development are negative and positive, mainly in cities and one of the tasks of modern societies is the ...  Read More

Research Paper Geomorphology
12. Spatial analysis of land subsidence and groundwater loss using the GWR model (Case study: Noorabad Mamasani aquifer,)

najmeh shafiei; LAILA GOLIMKOTARI; Aboalghasem Amir Ahmadi; Rahman Zandi

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 159-171

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.11306

Abstract
  Introduction Today, the phenomenon of land subsidence is one of the most important geomorphological hazards on a global scale, which causes great damage to urban and rural structures, development facilities. Most of the reports from around the world related to the phenomenon of land subsidence have ...  Read More

Research Paper All other Geographic fields of studies , Interdisciplinary
13. Modeling of geometric-hydraulic cross-sectional relationships and transmission capacity Khorramabad river sediment

Azadeh Sheikhipour; Alireza Ildoromi; hossein zenivand

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 173-185

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.40910.2662

Abstract
  Introduction Due to the need for space, high cost, and a long time to perform experiments, the use of physical models is often not recommended. For this reason, many river engineering issues are examined with mathematical models (Azizi et al., ­2019). Kalami et al. (2019) in detecting geometric-hydraulic ...  Read More

Research Paper Climatology
14. An investigation of Decadal variation of Iran precipitation over four decades (1976-2016)

Hossein asakereh; Seyed Abolfazl Masoodian; Fatemeh Tarkarani

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 187-202

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.41308.2680

Abstract
  Introduction According to previous investigation and examining climatic elements, the hypotheses of global warming and consequently, global climate change is confirmed by majority of climatologists society around the world. The global changes probably continue for the next decades. The changes in climatic ...  Read More

Research Paper Climatology
15. Spatial analysis of temporal and spatial distribution of the start and end of frost period In Yazd province

mehran fatemi

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 203-214

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.40227.2634

Abstract
  Introduction One of the climatic factors that occur during the cold period of the year in most parts of the country is the phenomenon of cold and glacial. Glacial begins when the temperature decreases and falls to a certain critical threshold, and with the effects it has on the earth's surface, it affects ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
16. Simulation of drivers' behavior in signal lighted squares with urban traffic management approach (Case study of 13 Aban Square in Hamadan)

mohamadreza elyasi; seyed farzin faezi; Mortaze Pazireh

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 215-231

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.40452.2641

Abstract
  Introduction We are today facing a growing number of vehicles, which poses an interference in the performance of urban intersections, particularly Squares. Urban road network does not make a lot of problems for traffic, but its major cause is the intersections resulting in congestion in the network due ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
17. Future Study of Factors Affecting the Quantitative and Qualitative Indicators of Housing in Tabriz Metropolis Using Scenario Planning Approach and Cross-Impact Matrix

rasoul ghorbani; shahrivar rostaei; sonya karami

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 233-248

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2020.40751.2652

Abstract
  Introduction Recognizing and examining the housing situation in a country depends on identifying and analyzing the factors affecting housing. To assess the housing situation, housing indicators that express the quantity and quality of different dimensions of housing can be studied. Indicators are tools ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
18. The study of physical, social and economic Index effect on quality of life on the level of satisfaction of Shahrekord citizens

pezhman mohamadi

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 249-259

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.39756.2619

Abstract
  Introduction  Quality of life, as a concept, is an indicator of a person's level of satisfaction with life, in other words, a criterion for determining satisfaction and dissatisfaction of individuals and groups with different aspects of life. Quality of urban life is one of the most important areas ...  Read More

Research Paper Rural Planning
19. Social capital and a sense of investor security in rural areas (case: Rice factories, Some’sara county)

Samira Mahmoudi; Seyedeh Fatemeh Emami

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 261-278

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.40764.2653

Abstract
  Introduction Global goals such as the sustainable development of the United Nations as well as the requirements and commitments of the private sector such as supply chains sustainably manner cause growing demand for sustainable investment opportunities in the food and agriculture sectors. Thus, the ...  Read More

Research Paper Urban Planning
20. An Analysis of the Propellants Affecting the Optimal Pattern of Intermediate Development and Management of Brown Lands (Case: Tabriz Metropolis)

Vahid Mostofi; mahsa faramarzi; rasoul darskhan

Volume 25, Issue 76 , Summer 2021, Pages 279-289

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gp.2021.41163.2670

Abstract
  Introduction One of the main approaches to the physical-spatial development of metropolises is to use the maximum available capacities of the city and minimize its limitations by using all available resources of the city. This approach requires planning in the form of intermittent development, and non-use ...  Read More