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The Mountains as the other Natural Environment are the main purposes for nature based tourism such as sport tourism and have a finite capacity for recreation development which differs from one place to another and naturally causes different type of tourism's development. Therefore land Suitability...

Author(s)
Akhoondi, L.; Danehkar, A.; Arjmandi, R.; Fami, H. S.
Publisher
Faculty of Natural Resources, Karaj, Iran
Citation
Journal of Natural Environment, 2015, 68, 3, pp Pe331-Pe344
Abstract

Many ecotourism destinations unfortunately tend to become unsustainable and even self-destructive due to inappropriate environmental assessments. On the other hand, because of the increasing people's willingness to tourism and relaxation, it is necessary to select and introduce new regions for...

Author(s)
Khameneh, S. B.; Danehkar, A.; Taheri, F.; Riazi, B.
Publisher
Department of Environmental Engineering and Management, Gh. Asachi Technical University, Iasi, Romania
Citation
Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 2018, 17, 9, pp 2275-2284
Abstract

This research has identified areas located in the northern coastline of the Persian Gulf in the south of Iran as potential strategic and ecological sites for tourism, based on a set of criteria. Coastal limits were identified by satellite imagery in terms of shorelines and the maximum extent of...

Author(s)
Nouri, J.; Danehkar, A.; Sharifipour, R.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Environmental Geology, 2008, 55, 3, pp 681-686
Abstract

The natural beauty as well as the diversity of animal and plant life in many wetlands makes them ideal locations for tourists. It is essential to preserve wetlands in the extensive range of human activities to obtain sustainable wetlands. Management planning process is a mechanism for achieve this...

Author(s)
Danehkar, A.; Asadolahi, Z.; Shabani, A. A.; Javanshir, A.
Publisher
Faculty of Natural Resources, Karaj, Iran
Citation
Journal of Natural Environment, 2012, 65, 1, pp 53-66
Abstract

This study aims to evaluate the suitability of Torghabeh Shandiz in Khorasan Razavi Province, Iran, for intensive tourism development. Due to having a sensitive and fragile ecosystem, consisting of mainly erodible soils and vulnerable vegetation, a non-compensatory framework was developed and...

Author(s)
Fadafan, F. K.; Danehkar, A.; Pourebrahim, S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Ecological Indicators, 2018, 87, pp 152-166
Abstract

Rural ecomuseum is a natural and dynamic site, representing the unique and precious identity of a rural area. Ecomuseums introduce, manage, and preserve the cultural and natural heritage of the local communities. Therefore, in this paper zoning is carried out by multi-criteria evaluation method for ...

Author(s)
Mahmoudi, B.; Sharifi, N.; Ahmadian, R.; Sepasi, Y.; Danehkar, A.
Publisher
Canadian Center of Science and Education, Toronto, Canada
Citation
Journal of Management and Sustainability, 2012, 2, 2, pp 241-246
Abstract

Tourism as a growing industry needs special attention in developing countries. During the last decades, nature-based tourism has been growing faster than other tourism fields and it seems to grow even faster. The ever growing demand for nature-based tourism emphasizes the necessity of holistic...

Author(s)
Haddadinia, S.; Danehkar, A.; Eshghi, K.; Darvishsefat, A.; Kaboli, M.
Publisher
Faculty of Natural Resources, Karaj, Iran
Citation
Journal of Natural Environment, 2014, 66, 3, pp Pe285-Pe300
Abstract

The protection and use of recreational areas as a sustainable resource can be a very significant issues, especially when they are located within a protected areas. Different management approaches such as Limits of Acceptable Changes (LAC) can be performed to provide the balance between the use and...

Author(s)
Jalilian, M. A.; Danehkar, A.; Javanshir, A.; Fami, H. S. A.; Shabani, A. A.; Meygooni, H. G.
Publisher
Faculty of Natural Resources, Karaj, Iran
Citation
Journal of Natural Environment, 2011, 64, 1, pp 1-14

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