Evaluation and classification of geomorphic hazard between sardabeh and Qotor Soyi road

مددی, عقیل (2008) Evaluation and classification of geomorphic hazard between sardabeh and Qotor Soyi road. University of Mohaghegh Ardabili.

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Study area is locked east and northeastern of Sabalan volcanic massive. This area has humid and mountainous climate. The highest rate of priciptation takes place end of winter and spring. In the recent years in order to facilities for tourism is created between Sardabeh (east slope of Sabalan) and Qotor Soyi mineral water (in the north slope of Sabalan). This work is doing without regard to environmental dynamic and geomorphic hazards. From point of geomorphology route will be unstable after establishment of route cutting. This course is formed old Sabalan magma (Andesit and Tracy Andesit), these rocks in the usual conditions have lower infiltration capacity; but because rocks of area are weathered under humid climate effect and geology formation is covered by approximately thick surface material. As a result environmental condition is prepared for slope instability. As in the some parts of area is started slope instability. For discover rate of instability we used Anbalaghan method. In this method 5 work units are studied view point of geology, soil, land use changes, land cover, ground water, slope gradient and topography. Consequences of inspect show that study area is divided two part from the viewpoint of instability. Area with height hazard (1, 3 and 5 work units); area with medium hazard (2 and 4 work units). Therefore this route (sardabeh - Qotor Soyi) is ready for landslide and others slope instability. If is not accomplish for protection of road, in the future we would watch demolition of road and ecosystem and natural source.

Item Type: Other
Persian Title: ارزیابی و پهنه بندی مخاطرات ژئومورفولوژی جاده تازه احداث سردابه و قوتورسویی
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Subjects: Research Projects
Divisions: Subjects > Faculty of Literature & Humanities > Department of Geography
Faculty of Literature & Humanities > Department of Geography
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2019 07:12
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2019 07:12
URI: http://repository.uma.ac.ir/id/eprint/8095

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