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Volume 1 (2009)
Science - Research Geoeconomic
The Economical Effect of Trade Tourism on Urban Areas; case study: Baneh City

Ali Hajineszhad; Ali Ahmady

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, Pages 7-22

Abstract
  Cities in their evolution process are continuously impacted by their functions in a direct way and as a result of such impacts some changes are created in terms of spatial, economic, and socio-cultural aspects. Tourism is one of the main functions of the cities which have a noticeable impact on urban ...  Read More

Science - Research Climatology
Tourism Climate Potential Associated of Semnan Province by Using Physiology Equivalent Thermal (PET)

Hooshmand Atayi; Sadat Hashemi nasab

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, Pages 23-32

Abstract
  Iran from tourism point of view is carried to account among the five superior countries of the world. Therefore, information from attractions and natural efficiencies especially climatically viewpoint in the scope of Iran Geography enjoying a well deserved importance. In this research, in order to study ...  Read More

Science - Research Geoeconomic
Spatial Analysis Regional Inequality In of East Azerbaijan

Rahim Sarvar; Mirnajaf Mousavi; Omid Mobaraki

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, Pages 33-41

Abstract
  The quality of development and its infrastructure affected by proviso undesirable and centralized planning’s having caused fundamental problem in the process of regional development. Various aspect and structural intricacy of this subject is one the basic barriers in providing the distribution ...  Read More

Science - Research Geoeconomic
Investigation and Analysis of Space Inequalities from Regional Planning View

Nafiseh Marsousi; Hasan Hekmatnia; Mohammad Reza Pourmohammadi; Hosein Nazmfar

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, Pages 42-50

Abstract
  The existence of a well-organized, rational, and functional hierarchy system in a geographical space has an important role in the appropriate function of the cities and residencies and also in the connection of the urban network with the rural residency network. Regarding the rupture and in coherence ...  Read More

Science - Research Habitatation
The Housing Situation in Rural Areas of Kermanshah and Analytical Approach to Retrofitting

Rahmatollah Bahrami

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, Pages 51-60

Abstract
  This paper to discuss rural housing deals in Kermanshah. Rural housing in Iran and particularly in Kermanshah province suffer from several factors first technical weakness there construction materials weak second and third pay enough attention to rural housing retrofit. Since Iran on earthquake belt ...  Read More

Science - Research Climatology
Statistical Analysis of Atmosphere Parameters Effect on Surface Ozone in Isfahan Town

Abbasali Arvin

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, Pages 61-70

Abstract
  Ozone gas is one the pollutant that it survey in Isfahan gauge pollution stations.  A part of production and diffusion of ozone related to atmosphere parameters directly and indirectly. The aim of this research to study atmosphere parameter affected on surface ozone variations in Isfahan town. The ...  Read More

Science - Research Geopolitic
Effective Factors on the Relationship between Iran and the Persian Gulf States

Yousef Zeinolabedin; Zahra Shirzad; Nosaybe Jokar

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, Pages 71-80

Abstract
  Although Persian Gulf states are all located on one continental shelf and enjoyed very subscription fees from different points of view; but they cannot enjoy a pattern of confidence building. Meanwhile, Islamic Republic of Iran locating in the north of the Persian Gulf and benefiting from precedence ...  Read More