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LAND USE CHANGE DETECTION USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS (CASE STUDY: QHAEMSHAHR CITY)

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 Start Page 143 | End Page 157

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 Background and Objective: One of the main issues in regional planning and development is LAND USE change by human activities. Considering the benefits and potentials of satellite data, we can use remote sensing to extract and find this changes.Method: In this study, LAND USE changes of QHAEMSHAHR in a 15 years term has been detected. In this study, ETM+ images of 1999 and OLI images of 2014 of Landsat satellite has been used. After preprocessing via SUPER WISED CLASSIFICATION, LAND USE map has been extracted.Findings: Finally 5 LAND USE types has been identified in this region. The kappa coefficient and the overall accuracy was 98.4 % and 0.97 % for ETM+ results and 99.67% and 0.97% for OLI results sequentially. The results showed that agricultural lands, forest, water covered areas has been converted to building zone and garden. The Results showed that 27.26% increase in garden regions, and 45.32 % decrease in agricultural zones during 15 years, also Forest lands and water covered decreased and building zones increased during 15 years.Discussion and Conclusion: The results confirm that satellite information for extracting LAND USE maps and detecting LAND USE changes is an effective method for planning the natural resources management.

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