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:: Oral Presentation Time Table ::
 | Post date: 2018/02/6 | 
Time Table of 14th february 2018 the First International & 3rd National Congress of  Iranian Quaternary
  Presented By Affiliation Title Time
1 Prof. Peter Ernest Wigand University of Nevada, Reno- USA Modeling Past Episodes of Erosion in the Lake Orūmiye (Urmia) Basin: Analogues for Future Landscape Dynamics 9:00- 9:20
2 Dr. Reza Shahbazi Deputy of  Applied Research Center of Geological Survey of Iran (GRCIR) A Geochemical Approach to the Palaeo Coastline Reconstruction in southern Khuzestan Plain 9:20- 9:40
3 Dr. Tayebeh Akbari University of Shahid Beheshti Climate Change Modeling and Drought Detection of Lake Neor by Approaching to Past, Present, and Future 9:40- 10:00
4 Dr. Farhad Khormali Gorgan university of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources  Modern  Soils & Paleosols formed on loess in Northern Iran,reconstruction of Paleiclimate 10:00- 10:20
  Break time Break time Break time 10:20-11:00
5 Dr. Hassan Fazeli Nesheli University of Tehran Climatic Changes and life during the Neolithic period in Iran 11:00- 11:20
6 Dr. Milad Hashemi Tarbiat Modares University Pedosedimentary Evolution and Site Formation Processes in Mirak Mound 8, South of Semnan 11:20- 11:40
7 Dr. Mohammad Ghamari Fatideh University of  Mazandaran An environmental-geographical view to northern slopes of Alborz mountain as an ancient passage but missed subject in Iran's archaeological studies; with the emphasis on the findings of third millennium B.C 11:40-12:00
8 Dr. Ghasem Azizi Sientific Secretary-University of Tehran Conclusion 12:00-12:20
9 Closing ------------ ------------ ------------
  Lunch Time Lunch Time Lunch Time 13:00
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:: Poster Time Table (13 February 2018) ::
 | Post date: 2018/02/6 | 
Title Authors Time
1  Neotectonic and completion of  the Quaternary erosion surfaces in the southern slopes of the Bozgosh mountain ranges Saeed Latifi 9-13
2  Investigation of the Geological and Geomorphic characteristics of Quaternary alluvial Northwest Plains of Iran Masoumeh Rajabi, Tohid Rahimpour 9-13
3  Reconstruction of the Zardkouh Climatic Conditions in the Late Quaternary Tayebeh kiani, Mohamad fathallahzadeh, Sahar Bahmani 9-13
4  Sedimentological evidence of the level and climate changes of Lake Zeribar in the Holocene Mehran Maghsoudi, Omid Rahimi 9-13
5  Geothermal area detection using Landsat 8 operational land imager and thermal infrared sensor data in Ardabil province, Iran Omid Rahimi, Fariba Esfandiary Darabad 9-13
6 Comprehensive Study of Sedimentology and Sedimentary environment of Alluvial Fans Around Ben County (northwest) of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran Saeid Pourmorad, Amir Jokar, Hani Asadi Hoveizian 9-13
7 The impact of the volcano on the human ecosystems, case study Bidkhan volcano Sara Sheikh Fakhradini, Mohammadreza Saffar Heidari, Ahmad Abbasnejad 9-13
8 Study of geomorphological and environmental changes of the Bidkhan volcano Sara Sheikh Fakhradini, Mohammadreza Saffar Heidari, Ahmad Abbasnejad 9-13
9  Sedimentary facies, structural elements and sedimentary model of the Quaternary deposits in Birjand Atefeh Alborz, Maryam Mortazavi Mahrizi,Hojjat Shaban Mesk 9-13
10  A Quaternary study by mineral compositions along salty-clay surfaces of Sabzavar dry-lake playa Maliheh Pourali, Adel Sepehr, Mohamad Hosein Mahmudy Gharaie 9-13
11  Investigating of carbonate formations in the morphology of the Quaternary cirques in Oshtorankouh Ali Ahmadabadi, Parvin Roshan Nekoo,Ali Davoudi,Mohammad Fathollahzadeh 9-13
12  An introduction to methods of discovering and identifying ancient sites with emphasis on evidence and geomorphologic techniques Abdolhossein Hajizadeh, Syamak Sharafi, Mohammad Ali Nezammahaleh, Musa Aghajani 9-13
13 Evaluation of ground water Crises in Quaternary cost Mumbi plain (Kohkelouye va Boir ahmad) Azimeh Rahimi Khashab, Hadi Tahmasbinejad, Mohsen Afroozi, Rasoul Farhadi 9-13
14 Climate Change and Landslide Hazard Bita Javidfakhr 9-13
15 Active Tectonics and Climate Change Bita Javidfakhr 9-13
16 Quantitative Evaluation of Active Morphotectonics Using Geomorphologic Properties in Habib Abad Basin Alireza Taghian ,Farokh Malekzadeh 9-13
17 Study of Quaternary deposits and environmental hazard of land subsidence in Neishabour plain Jafar Rokni,syed Reza Hossinzadeh,Gholamreza Lashkaripour,Sadollah Velayati 9-13
18 Evaluating the Effects of Oman Sea Water Transfer to Jazmurian Wetland  on the Groundwater Quality of the Region Mahsa Meimandnejad ,Akbar Ghazifard,Amir Gandomkar 13-16
19 Evaluating the Enveronmental  Impacts of Transferring Oman sea water to Jazmurian Playa With Emphasis on Identifcation of the Intersectiny  Faults Maryam Ghazavi,Akbar Ghazifard, Seyed Hassan Hejazi 13-16
20 Investigation of Heavy Metals Pollution Index in Alluvial Sediments of Nusrat-Abad Region Using Remote Sensing Nasrin Sadrmohammadi ,Khalil Rezaei,Ali Ghorbani 13-16
21 Sedimentology and Geochemistry of the Quaternary Sediments in Saghalak-Sar wetland of Rasht Masoumeh Mojmeli Renani, Khalil Rezaei, Mehran Arian, Seyed Mohsen Aleali, Pantea Giahchi 13-16
22 Geomorphology and karst features of carbonate rocks of Cretaceous Haraz valley, Northeast of Tehran Parviz Ghazanfari,Hamideh Ghaderi, Fereshteh Jafari 13-16
23 Identification of deposition texture features in Ovan Lake, Northeast Qazvin Parviz Ghazanfari, Sina Kaveh Ahangar, Zahra Salavati 13-16
24 Sedimentology and environments of Quaternary deposits in Miankaleh island Shohreh Erfan, Mir Alireza Hamedi 13-16
25 Investigating and analyzing the spatial dispersion of weapons in the deployment of hunters' communities in eastern Iran Ali Sadrayi Kohneforoud,Bahram Enani 13-16
26 Quaternary Climate Fluctuations Based on Physical and Biological Evidence (Case Study: Gavkhoni Lagoon) Fatemeh Sabokkhiz, Ladan Khedri Gharibvand, Manijeh Ghohroudi Tali 13-16
27 Investigation of quaternary deposits and sediments of the Badavar river of Lorestan Mohammad Mohseni, Khalil Rezaei, Farajollah Fayazi, Ramin Sarikhni 13-16
28 Geodynamic history and sedimentary basin model of Hezardareh Formation Ehsan Karimpour 13-16
29 Estimation of erosion and sediment in eastern Damghan watershed using MPSIAC method and in GIS environment Ali Mahmoudi, Peyman Rezaee, Seyede Atefeh Moafi Madani,Ali Marzoghi 13-16
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:: Quaternary conference Deadlines ::
 | Post date: 2017/11/21 | 
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:: Tabas Geotour ::
 | Post date: 2017/09/26 | 
Tabas is located in central Iran, 950 kilometers southeast of Tehran, in South Khorasan Province. At first, it was part of the greater Khorasan province, but in 2001 it was annexed to Yazd Province. However in 2013 it was returned to Khorasan and it became part of South Khorasan province.
It is a desert city with lots of date and citrus trees. It has a 300 years old public garden, (Baghe-golshan. There is also a shrine in Tabas that is visited every year by thousands of pilgrims.
The history of Tabas dates back to pre-Islamic times. It was an important outpost of the Sassanid Empire and during the Arab invasion it was considered the gateway to Khorasan. It was spared when the Mongols attacked Iran. It had a local government incorporating not only Tabas, but also Ferdows and Gonabad. The failed rescue operation Operation Eagle Claw occurred near Tabas.
Cal Jenny:  is a very old door with valleys and beautiful and sometimes terrible erosion. This valley, known to the natives to the valley of jinns, is located in the city of Tabas.

Kelmerd Carvanserai
is located in an unspoilt, untouched, desert area, and is completely quiet environment away from noise pollution, which is very favorable for the observation of the sky with a clear sky without any pollution.
Halvan Desert, Tabas:Halvan Desert is located in the geographical location of N3355 North to North N3337 and East E5605 to East E5615 in Yazd province. This region is limited to the central to the central desert of Iran and the highlands of Pir Hadagh Tabas, from the south to the axis of communication between the city of Khore to Tabas, from the east to the mountains and heights of the lovers and to the west to the salt lake and the central desert of Iran.

Hell Cave:The age of the cave is estimated to be around 50 million years, according to Dr. Ariamennes (geologist and professor).

The inside of the cave is warm so this "Jahanam" cave is called "Hell"! To reach the inside of the cave, you must land 30 meters with climbing equipment and caving equipment. Photos of our program are February 2008.


 

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