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Dr Ali Ahmadabadi, Dr Amir Karam, M.a Student Mohsen Pourbashir Hir,
Volume 3, Issue 5 (4-2015)
Abstract

Map of runoff potential, have various applications in the Hydrogeomorphology, including identifying potential of flooding, erosion and sediment yield a conditions. Often sub-basins as a study unit is used for this purpose. but The sub-basins have not homogeneity conditions in the vegetation and topography to calculate the producing of runoff. In this study, a new approach, hydrologic response units (HRU) was introduced as a unit of work, and Gare-Soo basin and also feature identification and extraction of the runoff is calculated separately for each unit. and the ability to produce runoff using the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) has been done. The results of study, sixteen of hydrologic response to Gare-Soo basin shows that each unit has the same geomorphology, topography and vegetation. The eight hydrologic response units due to the high potential of producing runoff, with most processes water excavation and scour phenomenon was detected that the type of land use has a significant role. It seems that using of the hydrological response unit, as a unit of work is more effective in accurate identification in the basin runoff ability and erosion conditions.
Ezat Allah Ghanavati, Amir Karam, , , ,
Volume 3, Issue 5 (4-2015)
Abstract

geomorphosites Including  new concepts that emphasize Specific sites for tourism and scientific values, ecological, cultural, aesthetic and economic benefit are combined .

Damavand, including areas that have unique tourist attractions in the country. Since one of the basic steps of the Damavand, its tourism infrastructure , So in this article we have tried using Reynard tourism efficiencies evaluated 16  geomorphosites samples Damavand . In this regard, enjoying a field survey, two main criteria, including the  grade scientific and supplements have been evaluated .   The scientific grade of perfect protection, rare, and index values Paleogeographic  And a perfect complement to include the cultural, historical, religious, historical, and economic ground . The results showed that the studied geomorphosite Damavand volcano with a score of 3.8 and 3.5 and Aala spring highest with a score of 4 and 3.3 of the maximum final score for each scientific grades And supplements, most bioassay data, and have won the highest rating among other geomorphosites. The lowest score of 1.8 points and 2.3 Site mines cartridge with the final score for each scientific grades And supplements, most bioassay, the lowest score among other geomorphosites are received . As a result, it generates more accurate planning geomorphosites capabilities in this area in order to achieve sustainable development of the tourism offer . Because these methods with a comprehensive view of all aspects tourism of sustainable evaluate appropriate their ability



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ژئوموروفولوژی کاربردی ایران Applied Geomorphology of Iran
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