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Geological Environment and Engineering
the 28th July, 2022 Imamzadeh Davood flood ; Lessons for understanding the flood risk in the north of Tehran

razieh Lak; Ali Mohammadi; Javad Darvishikhatooni; Elnaz Aghaali

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 16 March 2024


  Heavy rain falls in dray seasons with extreme water flow is one of the important factors in very intense damage urban areas and agricultural lands of the of arid and semi-arid plateaus and highlands. In semi-arid area such as southern flank of Alborz Mountain, neglecting the effect of geomorphologic ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Assessment of potentially toxic elements pollution intensity in indoor dust of Tehran Greater City

Neda Khajooee; Sourosh Modabberi; Behnoush Khosh manesh Zadeh; Fatemeh Razavian

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March 2024, , Pages 99-112


  Population growth and increasing urbanization expose city dwellers to higher degrees of urban pollutants, especially when they spend long time in enclosed environments with inadequate ventilation. This study is the first research on inorganic pollutants in indoor dust particles of Tehran city, which ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Assessment of physical and mechanical properties of a number of sandstone formations in the Central Alborz sedimentary-structural zone

Amir Mahyar Azhdarpour; Mohammad Reza Nikudel; Mashalah Khamehchiyan

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March 2024, , Pages 113-130


  The central Alborz structural-sedimentary area in the middle part of the Alborz Mountain Range has endured geological events from the Precambrian to the present era, and contains numerous geological structures and formations. Among these, sandstone formations also have a significant expansion. In this ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Evaluation of the role of dolomitization and anhydrite cementation on mechanical behavior in Kangan carbonates (Case study: South Pars gas field, Persian Gulf)

Shirin Samani; Ali Uromeihy; Amirhossein Enayati; Imandokht Mostafavi; Misha Pezeshki

Volume 33, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 81-94


  Diagenetic processes in carbonate rocks can be considered as one of the most important factors influencing the inherent characteristics of this type of reservoir on a small as well as large scale. Considering the importance of knowing the mechanical characteristics of reservoir rocks in geomechanical ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Comparison of the efficiency of some machine learning models for mass movement susceptibility mapping (Case study: Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province)

Sayed Naeim Emami; Saleh Yousefi

Volume 33, Issue 2 , June 2023, , Pages 183-204


  Mass movements are among the most dangerous natural hazards in mountainous regions. The present study employs machine learning (ML) models for mass movement susceptibility mapping (MMSM) in Iran based on a comprehensive dataset of 864 mass movements which include debris flow, landslide, and rockfall ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Geomorphological settings of Iranian urban areas and some of the relevant restrictions and advantages

Ahmad Abbasnejad

Volume 33, Issue 2 , June 2023, , Pages 205-222


  The purpose of this study is: to determine the geomorphological setting; to assess earthquake, flood, and subsidence hazards, as well as to evaluate the landscape of Iranian urban areas, based on geomorphological criteria. To access the aim, 210 cities, each one having more than 50,000 population, were ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Experimental studies to investigate the effects of joints on peak particle velocity in limestone blocks

Abbas Zolfaghari; Mashallah Khamehchiyan‬; Mohammad Reza Nikoodel; Abdollah Sohrabi-Bidar

Volume 33, Issue 1 , February 2023, , Pages 43-54


  The combined effect of the number of joints, opening, type and thickness of filling on the amount of vibration caused by the propagation of waves in four identical dry limestone blocks with dimensions of 10*10*50 cm was studied. The maximum vibration of particles in intact and jointed rock blocks in ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Environmental Geochemistry and geobiochemistry studies on agricultural soil and rice plant in Sari- Mazandaran Province

Farah Rahmani; Abdolreza Jafarian; Razieh Lak; Javad Esmaeili

Volume 32, Issue 4 , December 2022, , Pages 337-354


  The present study aims to determine the concentration of heavy metals and toxic metalloids in rice of Sari paddy fields in the Mazandaran province of Iran. In this study, sampling was performed from 32 stations of the rice seed section. The soil-plant relationship was investigated in 6 stations using ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Global warming in Tehran and presenting appropriate participatory policies for its mitigation

Shahrzad Faryadi; Ali Alavi Naeini

Volume 30, Issue 118 , January 2021, , Pages 145-152


  climate change is known as one of the most important environmental crises which has made many problems . Considering the undeniable impact of humans in the production of greenhouse gasses, in this paper the situation of the climate change of Tehran is predicted by modeling three different scenarios, ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
The effects of global warming on the amount of extremes rainfall to floods with different return periods (Case Study: Jajrood watershed)-

Ali Alavi Naeini; Bahram MalekMohammadi

Volume 29, Issue 115 , June 2020, , Pages 241-246


  . In this study , At first, meteorological data was reviewed between 1993 and 2018. Then, using LARS-WG software, climate change modeling was compared with the output data from climate change modeling in the period 2046-2065. Considering the changes in modeling in the LARS-WG software, the average daily ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Assessment of heavy metal pollution in urban soil in Karaj (Iran)

Abbas Fallah; Soroush Modabberi; Alireza Sayyareh; amir ali Tabakh shabani

Volume 29, Issue 114 , December 2019, , Pages 231-240


  For study the effects of traffic and urban pollution on heavy metals concentration, 40 soil samples were collected in green areas of Karaj city with different uses and 5 samples as geochemical background were collected from unpolluted areas and margins of the city. The samples after preparation were ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
assessment land susceptibility to gully erosion using ensemble data-mining Techniques (Case study: Shahroud Basin)

alireza arabameri; khalil rezaei; mojtaba yamani

Volume 28, Issue 111 , May 2019, , Pages 139-150


  at first, a gully erosion inventory map was prepared using extensive field surveys and interpretation of aerial photographs, of which 172 gully erosion, 70% (121 gully) are used for modeling and 30% (51 gully) are used for validation purposes. In the next step, for the selection of parameters, after ...  Read More

Geological Environment and Engineering
Assessing arsenic contamination affected by mining activities in Kerman province by using indicator Kriging method

E. Ghadiri Soufi; S. Soltani Mohammadi; M. Yousefi; A. Aalianvari

Volume 26, Issue 103 , June 2017, , Pages 219-226


  In mining areas, assessing toxic elements (e.g., arsenic) contamination in the soil and stream deposits is a critical issue. It is because mining activities release dangerous elements that enter the environment. In this paper, for modeling the spatial distribution of arsenic contamination in Sarduiyeh-Baft ...  Read More