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Journal:   NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS OF IRAN   SUMMER 2011 , Volume 1 , Number 4; Page(s) 22 To 31.
 
Paper: 

ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BASED ON ECOLOGIC CAPACITY WITH AN ESTABLISHMENT MODEL (CASE STUDY: AMOL COUNTY- MAZANDARAN PROVINCE)

 
 
Author(s):  KANANI M.R., BABAZADE Z.
 
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Abstract: 

In most of developing countries, destruction of environment occurs due to sloganeering attitude toward environment and constant development ignoring the capacity end power of the land for development planning. Consequently, execution of such plans as mentioned above has mostly been disturbed clue to non-intervention of natural aptitudes of the land in operating and productivity process and eventually, humans have faced destruction of the environment. Therefore, in order to constantly and desirably operate the environment, operating process should be done within a planned framework based on knowledge of geographical characteristics of the environment. This research is aiming at industrial analysis of Amol County an Mazandaran Province and it has been planned based on ecologic capacity and designation of desirable grounds for further development. The results obtained from the said research indicates that 88.05% out of total industries established inside and outside industrial parks of Amol County has been located in desirable ground, 7.20% has been situated in average ground and 4.74% is located in undesirable ecologic ground of industrial utilization. 88.05% has been situated in desirable ground due to locating the said industries within the plain areas 14.32% total area of the said county has been allocated for this purpose. The same has been established discarding environmental tolerance capacity leading to condense of space and activity and consequently rise of environmental consequences in Amol County accordingly.

 
Keyword(s): INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, ECOLOGIC CAPACITY, ESTABLISHMENT, AMOL- MAZANDARAN
 
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