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Volume 30 (2020)
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Volume 28 (2019)
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Volume 25 (2016)
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Assessment of groundwater potential recharge in karstic terrains in arid regions: The case study Shotori mountains, central Iran

hassan zia; Goliam Hossan Karami; Ali Taheri

Volume 29, Issue 114 , December 2019, , Pages 85-96


  Estimation recharge is an important parameter in the hydrogeological study that used for water budget. Recharge potential map prepared based on spatial maps of eight major influencing factors on groundwater recharge rates (lithology, slope value, aspect, drainage density, precipitation, fracture density, ...  Read More

Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Genesis of the Bagoushi Karst Bauxite Deposit, Northwestern Fars Province, Iran

Hasan Zamanian; Ghasem Beiranvand; Farhad Ahmadnejad

Volume 28, Issue 112 , August 2019, , Pages 269-280


  Bagoushi deposit is located in 37 km northwestern Masiri in Fars province. Structurally the deposit is situated in the Zagros Simply Folded Mountain belt and developed in Upper Cretaceous carbonates. From the top to bottom, the deposit is consisting of red, pisolitic, brown, brecciate, and kaolinitic ...  Read More

Effect of tectonic structures on karstic water resources exploration Using Fuzzy-AHP Logic, case study of Semnan province renge Bastam

R. Akbari Jonosh; M. Ghorashi; Hasan. A. Babaei; M. Nakhaei; M. Pourkermani

Volume 28, Issue 109 , September 2018, , Pages 109-120


  Considering Iran’s situation in drought risk area, in this study karstic waters are investigated. The study area is located in central of Iran, Semnan province. Several factors are important in Karstification and formation water resources in carbonate, among them important are petrology, topography, ...  Read More

Imaging karst aquifers by combining deep electrical resistivity tomography with magnetic surveys, a case study of the Quchan area, NE Iran

Ali Ramzani; Mir Sattar Meshinchi Asl; Mohsen Oveisy Moakhar

Volume 28, Issue 109 , September 2018, , Pages 265-272


  Geophysical surveys have been carried out to characterize the structure and to better understand the karstic water reservoirs in the Quchan area. Deep 2-D resistivity tomography and magnetic method have been used to detect the most promising zones for new water-well siting. Magnetic method has a common ...  Read More

Using GIS for evaluation of potential karstification in carbonate rocks in Zagros based on the hydrogeological and climatological factors

B Ebrahimi; A Seif

Volume 25, Issue 98 , March 2016, , Pages 333-348


  This study has been carried out with the aim of mapping karst and evaluation of potential karstification of carbonates rocks in Zagros. One objective of this paper is a spatial evaluation of karst development in Zagros considering role of the chief factors affecting karst development. The main considered ...  Read More

The Effective Factors on Development and Zoning of Karst in Cheleh Basin Using Fuzzy logic and AHP Models in Kermanshah Province

M Yamani; A. A. Shamsipour; M. Jafari Aghdam; S. Bagheri Seyed shokr

Volume 22, Issue 88 , December 2013, , Pages 57-68


  The Cheleh basin is located in the south of Kermanshah province and the Zagros morphotectonic zone. According to the vast of limestone formation, and the presence of tectonic faults, developed karst land forms has evolved. The purpose of this study is to survey the development of karst and the effect ...  Read More

Ground Water Exploration in Karst Terrains using Geoelectrical Tomography, Southwest Izeh

H. R. Nassery; F. Alijani; M. Nakhaei

Volume 22, Issue 86 , December 2012, , Pages 107-118


  To determine the ground water potential of the karst aquifers, in the southwest of Izeh, three profiles and 62 vertical electrical sounding (VES) conducted by Schlumberger array, eight profiles were performed using dipole-dipole configuration, and 3-D configuration applied in two sites. However, Schlumberger ...  Read More

Recognition of Favourable Groundwater Contamination Zones with Karst Evolution Zonation Using GIS (Case Stady : Kermanshah Province)

A. Maleki

Volume 18, Issue 72 , January 2009, , Pages 25-32


  The Large numbers of provinces in country use Karst's water Sources as a main Source of securing water for using in different ground of drinking-agriculture and industry. Kermanshah province with an area about 24953,286 square kilometers is located in the middle of western side of the country which its ...  Read More

Petrography and Joint Study of Bisotoun Area, Implications for Deciphering Factors Controlling Damages on Bisotoun Iscription

H. Mohseni; S. Khodabakhsh; A. H. Sadr; F. Aliani

Volume 16, Issue 63 , March 2007, , Pages 92-96


  Bisotun inscription located on the mid-way of Hamedan- Kermanshah road (40 km to Kermanshah city), is carved on limestone cliffs exposed in the area. Dissolution of the inscription caused serious damage to the most important heritage of the country. The area comprises massive gray limestones of the Lower ...  Read More