Document Type: Case Report

Authors

1 Assistant Professor of Range and Watershed Management, Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Hormozgan, Iran

2 Graduated watershed management, Organization of Natural Resources and Watershed Management, Karoon Office, Shahrekord, Iran

Abstract

The water crisis is harmful effects on human life. Also one of the most problems in the human society is water resources management. In this study, site selection of most suitable areas for artificial recharge using Boolean model. Criteria used to select the most suitable area for artificial recharge included: infiltration, slope, aquifer thickness, aquifer quality.  The layers were produced and classified in the GIS environment. The results showed that the most suitable areas for artificial recharge using Boolean model are 7.7 percent. Land use impacted on the removal of restrictions of artificial recharge areas too. It can be said that suitable areas for artificial recharge in Boolean logic using land use filtering are 1.42% of plain.

Keywords

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