Original Article
Prediction of Wheat Fusarium Head Blight Severity by Using Random Forest

Elham Khodabandehloo; Mohsen Azadbakht; Soheil Radiom; Davood Ashourloo; Abas Alimohammadi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , February 2022, Pages 1-14


  Rapid increase of the world population growth and the demand for food security makes increasing yield as an essential strategy for solving the food supply problem. What is more, because of the restrictions in increasing crop cultivation areas and the decrease in some crops such as wheat in Iran, increasing ...  Read More

Original Article
Determining the Land Suitability for Dryland Wheat Cultivation Using GIS Based VIKOR Decision Model: A Case Study of Fars Province

mehrdad gobal; MirSaman Pishvaee; Barat Mojaradi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , February 2022, Pages 15-34


  From the beginning of the Earth until now, humans have affected their environment more than anyother creature. With increasing population, water and soil constraints, and climate change, foodsupply has faced serious challenges. Among agricultural products, wheat is one of the most widelyused strategic ...  Read More

Original Article
Anlysis of Spatiotemporal Behavior of Mashhad Metropolis’s Urban Heat Island

Moslem Torky; Seyed Abolfazl Masoodian

Volume 13, Issue 4 , February 2022, Pages 35-50


  The expansion of urbanization and the increase of population in metropolises and the growth ofindustrial activities of cities, It has caused changes in urban area climate. One result of these changesis the city's heat islands. The city of Mashhad has also grown rapidly in recent years. This studyinvestigates ...  Read More

Original Article
Evaluation of the Efficiency of Spectral Data and Indices Derived from OLI and TIRS Sensors in Estimating Soil Salinity in Arid Regions of Southern Ilam Province

Hamidreza Matinfar; foziyeh kohani; Ali Akbar Asilian mahabadi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , February 2022, Pages 51-66


  Soil salinity is one of the most important environmental problems, and the identification and zoningof saline soils is difficult due to the need for sampling and laboratory analysis, as well as havingtemporal and spatial variability. In recent years, the use of satellite imagery has always been ofinterest ...  Read More

Original Article
Commercialization o f Remote Sensing in Agriculture

Manouchehr Manteghi; Yazdan Rahmatabadi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , February 2022, Pages 67-88


  Remote sensing is the science of obtaining information from the surface of the earth without explicitcontact with the components studied. Commercialization is a set of activities that converts aninnovation into a product or service that brings economic benefits. Given the widespread use formeasurement ...  Read More

Original Article
Finding Optimal Contextual Parameters for Real-Time Vessel Position Prediction Using Deep Learning

Ali Asghar Alesheikh; Saeed mehri

Volume 13, Issue 4 , February 2022, Pages 89-100


  About 80% of world transportation happens at sea. Therefore the safety of vessels, in particularduring vessels’ movement, is crucially important. As different contextual parameters affect vessels’movement, selecting optimal contextual parameters is one of the main changes in vessels’ ...  Read More

Original Article
Application of Spatial Autocorrelation Techniques in Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Domestic Water Consumption in the City of Qom at the Household Level

Zahra Barkhordari; jalal karami; Hojatolah Mahboobi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , February 2022, Pages 101-118


  Due to the scarcity and crisis of water resources, the issue of optimal use and management of it is ofparticular importance. Improper pattern of water consumption in different areas of a city can be one ofthe cases that cause water crisis in a city. Therefore, there is necessary to apply methods in order ...  Read More