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Journal:   JOURNAL OF REGIONAL PLANNING   SPRING 2016 , Volume 6 , Number 21; Page(s) 205 To 220.
 
Paper: 

ASSESSMENT OF GEOLOGICAL HERITAGE IN BADAB SURT GEOPARK SPRINGS WITH PEREIRA AND REYNARD METHODS

 
 
Author(s):  MIRKATOULI J.*, ZANGIABADI Z., AFLAKI Z., MOUSAZADEH H.
 
* UNIVERSITY OF GOLESTAN, GOORGAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Our country by its remarkable geological history, has very high potential to create national parks Including spa springs and travertine. Water-boiling Badab Surat is one of the rare heritages attractions in our country. The main objectives of the research is to present and analyze Badab Surat spring with Renard and Pereira methods and protect of this Geological phenomenon. In this study, the analytical method, library resources and documents such as the Department of Geological maps 1:100,000, proposing common softwares satellite, geographical area Like Google Earth (to assess the height and latitude region), ArcGIS and models Rennard and Pereira (via questinnaire) were used. The results of the questionnaire and field observations show Rennard combined with scientific values and added respectively with scores of 0.77, 0.67 and 0.62 as the most and least important. Zhyvmvrfvsayt in assessing by using two criteria such as Pereira geomorphological and management of privileges is 7 and 75.5. The reason for the lower grade because of poor management and planning management. This area has substantial capabilities in sustainable tourism because of it is combined with geological heritage, historical, ecological and cultural. This area, because of its maintenance and high geomorphological value, need to invest in the development of sustainable tourism development and comprehensive planning. With regard to this issue, it should be more accurate planning for sustainable tourism development and protection and proper management of natural resources.

 
Keyword(s): TOURISM, GEOPARK, GEOLOGICAL HERITAGE, REYNARD METHOD, METHOD PEREIRA, SPRING BADAB SURT
 
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