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Land-use adjustment modeling with a modified oil refinery environmental impact assessment evaluation method supported by GIS

Mohammad Rezaie Narimisa, Manouchehr Rezaie Narimisa

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.4(5), 208-221, May 2014

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The primary purpose of an oil refinery land use and its environmental risk is potential risks of an oil refinery project and its potential impacts on environmental parameters in order to establish Integrated Environmental Impact Assessment Method (IEIAM). Dynamic social and economic impact of different environmental factors on different spatial and temporal scales, the regional land use planning has become a complicated process. The purpose of this study was to develop a new model for development and regional planning of land use in large-scale modeling of the interaction between land use and demand in the small scale. Integrated assessment of land suitability in frame of production and compilation benchmark maps, including the ecological impacts, proximity effects, access and restrictions applying intelligent methods and multi-criteria decision making was modeling in Geographical Information System (GIS) system and requirements area to various utilization breakdowns on demand units by using regression analysis of existing data was determined. The developed IEIAM system by using current five years data of Tehran and Isfahan oil refineries were assessed in Isfahan and Isfahan provinces and the allocation to different applications in urban, rural, agriculture and industry in the years between 2008 till 2012 was performed. The results indicate that in regional land use plan modeling, consider to land appropriateness integrated assessment, land use demand, change rules of user demand simultaneously are essential in this method.

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Land-use adjustment modeling with a modified oil refinery environmental impact assessment evaluation method supported by GIS

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