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Joan Amini, Mehri Akbari, Zahra Hejazizadeh, Ali Akbar Shamsipur,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)
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Green spaces have a key role in moderating urban micro-climatic conditions, beautifying urban landscapes, citizens' leisure time, and also reducing noise and air pollution and absorption of Aerosols. In addition to the significant advantages of green space, water consumption and irrigation needs is one of the main limitations of green space development in Tehran that nowadays faced to critical water shortage. Calculating water footprint in green spaces, as the total amount of fresh water required to maintain green space throughout the year, is one of the indicators by which the compatibility of tree and plant species with climatic conditions can be assessed. The main object of this study is to estimate the water footprint of Laleh Park in Tehran province of Iran. The Green space soil water balance (SWB) model was used to calculate water footprint in this park. The required data that including: average daily temperature, total precipitation and moisture depth of zero to 30 cm of soil, were obtained from the Geophysical meteorological station of Tehran for 2018. Data related to soil water drainage were also estimated based on standard laboratory samples of green space soils. The results indicated that in the warm months (June to September) of the year, the total water footprint of Laleh Park in Tehran was 4 to 5 thousand cubic meters per month (m3/m), while the winter months (December to March) total estimated water footprint were less than 1400 cubic meters per month. The generalization of 30 Centimeters depth soil moisture data of the geophysical meteorological station to Laleh Park, released that, in the warm month of the year, Green Water (groundwater or surface water) had the largest portion (more than 90%) in the water footprint of Laleh Park, While in the winter months (December and to march), the green water (water from snow and rain) is main participant in providing soil moisture, more than 90% of the total water footprint of Laleh Park  has related to this source.

Somayeh Jahantigh Mand, Amir Karam, Ezat Ghanavati, ,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)
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  Geotourism is one of the important ecotourism species with a responsible and conservation-oriented approach that emphasizes the popularization of the earth sciences and the cultural, social and economic development of indigenous communities. Geosite, as the concept of the basis of geotourism, emphasizes places with geological or geomorphologic values, along with added and complementary values. In order to evaluate the geotourism conditions of a region and to assess its capabilities for management, it is necessary to value Geotourism has been identified and evaluated. The city of Firozkouh, with its numerous heritage land, is one of the areas prone to geotourism. In this research, through library and survey methods and using geotechnical assessment methods including Fascias method, GAM method and land degradation method, the city's geocytes from different perspectives were evaluated and analyzed. The results show that most of the geocytes of the region have a weak link with the native community despite their high profile and high educational potential and aesthetic value, and their vulnerability and their risk of collapse are increasing. It also faces a major challenge in terms of conservation and tourism services. In proritizing geosites, the Waznah geosite, Vashi Strait and Burnik Cave were favorable for investment and marketing. Also, in terms of Geopark capabilities, it turned out that the city could not become an independent geopark, but could play an important role as part of the geopark of Damavand.

Mrs. Mina Ranjbar Fard, Ms. Hourieh Aarabi Moghaddam,
Volume 19, Issue 52 (3-2019)
Abstract

Nowadays almost all big cities are confronting heavy traffic and suffering from lack of parking lots which leads in traffic jam. According to the significant role of vertical parking in reducing the traffic load and smoothing the traffic current; this study was carried out with the purpose of presenting a decision support system for vertical parking site selection for mechanical and constructive parking lots by using Fuzzy-DANP method. Each criterion’s correspondent GIS data was acquired from Tehran Municipality for district no.3, 6, 7, 10, 11 and 17 which were chosen according to the corresponding mayors’ opinions of those districts and converted into its specific layer. Each criterion’s weigh was exerted to its determined GIS layer and eventually all those layers were integrated with each other. The final map of GIS output demonstrated a spectrum which determined the most appropriate to inappropriate locations to establish a parking of each type. The final results were shown within a user interface, including the GIS map and the estimated location of the chosen district and parking type. The overall steps mentioned above are forming the DSS of the study. The results showed that setting up mechanical parking in districts no. 3, 6 and 7 is proper. For building constructive parking; all districts are appropriate.

Dr. Hassan Mahmoodzadeh, Mr Musa Vaezi, Mrs Rahimeh Rostami, Mrs Maedeh Bakooyi,
Volume 22, Issue 65 (6-2022)
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Considering the unfavorable environmental conditions of cities, the shortage and defects of open and green spaces in metropolitan cities, the need to pay attention to parks and green spaces of the city in terms of ecological and social functions of these spaces has been discussed more than before. For this purpose, this research has been investigated. And ecological analysis of regional parks in Tabriz city. The present research is analytical-descriptive in terms of its purpose. The information was collected in both documentary and field and analyzed using the GIS. The statistical population of the study is Tabriz Parks and Samarkand Pars in Tabriz, including Eagly Parks, Bagh Misha, Shams Tabrizi and Eram Parks. The methods and tools used for collecting and analyzing information in this research are questionnaire, ARC.GIS software, ANP network analysis method and MC-SDSS function and SAW method in GIS. Evaluating ecological indicators in four major axiological areas and ecological, environmental, cultural-educational and access design. For these indicators, criteria have been considered. Using the questionnaire, the importance of these criteria was obtained and the weight of the criteria was calculated by ANP method. In the studied parks, according to the results of the geological survey, the Eagle Park is in ecological terms, and the Shams, Baghmehisheh and Eram parks are in the next ranks, and the point is the inappropriate situation of the Eram Park and Baghmehisheh Parks, especially Eram, in comparison with other parks. It needs to adopt appropriate policies in this regard to improve its situation.
Sara Ghahri Lalaklou, Dr Rasool Darskhan, Dr Mahsa Faramarzi Asli, Dr Morteza Mirgholami, Dr Samad Sabbagh Dehkharghani,
Volume 23, Issue 70 (9-2023)
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Urban design that the first was paying attention to the aesthetic dimension,now pays to the quality of the public territory in terms of physical social cultural and creating places for people using.the public territory is a temporary territory and everyone has access to and has the right to use it.tendency to have a territory and defend of  it, is intrinsic.since now women like men are present in society but they do not have enough power to choose their territory so this research is trying to introduce the effective items to creating ideal territory.the data of this study is descriptive-analytical/survey.type of study is quantitative and qualitative. The study is field and library based.the statistical population includes women with different cultures ages behaviors in ealgoli park,women's shams park,valiasr park of Tabriz that the woman were randomly selected.the sample size is 384 and it based on the Cochran formula. At first at the descriptive level were investigated with subject statistics indicators and then at the inferential level used of exploratory factor analysis to determine the model.the results include 5 influential components.these components are landscape-functional-security-morphology-psychological.

Dr Hafez Mahdnejad, Dr Ahmad Zanganeh,
Volume 25, Issue 76 (3-2025)
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Daedeok Innopolis as a shining symbol of science and technology, the symbol and heart of South Korea's research activities, has now become a global center of innovation. Through research institutes and universities, it has very suitable facilities for technology commercialization in specialized industrial sectors such as information and communication technology. Based on this, the aim of the current research is development explanation and evolution model of the spatial structure of Daedeok Innopolis. Its achievements and experiences should be used for the development of knowledge base in the country. The research method is descriptive-analytical and developmental. The content analysis method was used to analyze the data.
The results show that Daedeok Innopolis has been divided into five regions (with an area of 70.27 km) to realize its operational goals. These five regions consist of area 1 as the Daedeok research complex; area 2, integrated site of investment companies with advanced technology; area 3 , place of concentration of industrial complexes; area 4 , the international scientific trade belt and future development site, and finally area 5 , national defense industry development zone. About 11% of all PhD-level researchers in Korea are employed at Daedeok Innopolis. Currently, 22,000 researchers and staff are conducting research in advanced fields, and 10% of Korea's research workforce is at Daedeok Innopolis. 30 state-funded institutions, six universities, more than 400 corporate research and development centers and more than 1,200 high-tech companies are located on this site. Risk-taking businesses make up more than 94% of all companies. The stages of spatial expansion of Daedeok Innopolis consist of the establishment of Daedeok Scientific Town (1973-1993), the creation of innovation (1997-1993), the formation of innovation cluster (1998-2003) and the growth stage of innovation cluster (2004 to now). In general, the development and evolution model of Daedeok Innopolis includes the initial stage (scientific park model); the development stage (technopolis model) and the maturity stage (innovation cluster model).

 

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