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jafari M, Asgari S. Zoning map Vulnerability of Flood Spreading areas (Case study: Musian Flood spreading station in Ilam province). Journal of Spatial Analysis Environmental Hazards 2021; 8 (2) :151-164
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1- Agricultural Jihad Natural Resources Research Center , mg_jafari@yahoo.com
2- Agricultural Jihad Natural Resources Research Center
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One of the causes of environmental hazards is the change in the pattern of surface water flow in floodplains following the construction of flood Spreading networks. The purpose of this study is to prepare a zoning map of vulnerable areas of the flood Spreading station of Musian plain  in Ilam province after the implementation of the aquifer project in this plain. To prepare this map, five factors influencing the change in flow pattern including elevation, slope, flow direction, geological formations, and landuse change were examined. Then, in the GIS environment, each class of the mentioned factors was given a score of zero to 10 based on the range and the corresponding weight layers were created. Then, by combining the created weight layers, the vulnerability zoning map of the area was created based on 5 classes: very low, low, medium, high and very high. The results showed that the most important threat and danger factor is the concentration of waterways behind erosion-sensitive embankments. Also, the study area in terms of vulnerability includes three classes with medium risk, high and very high and covers 16, 62 and 22% of the area, respectively. Flood and upland Spreading areas, risk areas and lowland lands are the most vulnerable parts of the basin in terms of floods and sedimentary deposits.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2020/07/14 | Accepted: 2021/05/16 | Published: 2021/10/3

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