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۱Assessment of Groundwater Quality and Hydrogeological Characteristics of Ajabshir Plain, North West of Iran
اطلاعات انتشار: کنفرانس بین المللی پژوهش در مهندسی، علوم و تکنولوژی، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۸
The geological diversity, and water resource make the hydrogeology of Sarab Plain a uncommon and important water resource. Water quality at many coastal aquifers undergo high discharge and quality variations. Therfore, investigation of variations requires rigorous monitoring strategies more than usual methods. Groundwater resources are one of the almost important of fresh water that public use for agricultural and drinking uses. The importance of groundwater rises especially in coastal aquifer. Ajabshir aquifer is a coastal aquifer in adjacent of Urmia Lake. The Ajabshir Plain located in East Azerbaijan province that main recharge of aquifer is rainfall and springs that come from Sahand mountin in east of study area. Ghalechai is an important river in a study ara. Results of this investigation provides an improved understanding of the interaction of the hydrogeological components in Ajabshir aquifer and Urmia aquifer. In this research, investigate the hydrogeological characteristis of Ajabshir plain and then monitor the water quality variaton. The results showed in South West of region the facies of groundwater quality is Sulphate. The anomalies of sulphate is based geological factors and high evaporation in study are.<\div>

۲National Security and Immigration
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اطلاعات انتشار: Iranian Economic Review، هفدهم،شماره۳۵، ۲۰۱۳، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۴
This Paper considers the relationship between economics factors and national security. While considering a broad number of issue areas, the principal theme of the course is the way in which economic factors (as immigration) fundamentally influence the national security ofregion, and the way in which those factors shape and constrain the strategies chosen to pursue that security. South–South migration flows outnumber the flows between South and North, and a series of developing countries have, over time, become net immigration countries. This phenomenon implies new challenges, in particular at the social level, for both the countries of origin and destination, and requires a different approach in the way we think about the governance of migration flows. In this paper, we try to examine immigration effect on Persian Gulf region’s security. The results show that immigration decrease regional security.
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