Nasrolah Kalantari

Nasrolah Kalantari
Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz | scu · Department of Geology

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The Barme Jamal is an important karstic spring with mean discharge of 1.3 m3/s, located in the Meydavod county southwestern of Iran. Its outlet appeared in the Asmari limestone formation and drains the karstic limbs of Kuhe-Safid anticline. Naturally, the spring water salinity is more than expected for a karstic spring with EC about 2100 ms/cm. The...
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In this research, a standard methodology has been applied to delineate groundwater resource potential zonation based on integrated remote sensing (RS), geographic information system (GIS), and analytical hierarchy process (AHP) techniques in Leylia–Keynow watershed, southwest of Iran. A total of five sets of criteria/factors (including lineament de...
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Zagros mountain range (ZMR) contains the most karstic carbonate formations in Iran. Because of the broad expansion of folded and fractured carbonate rocks, well-developed karstic features occur in the southwest of ZMR. The study area, which occupied 794 km², is located in the ZMR of Khuzestan province and mostly is covered with Asmari Formation. In...
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The image well theory has used in the study of no flow boundaries effects on the drawdown around pumping wells. The studies are all on the vertical no flow boundaries while in most cases these boundaries are not vertical and have inclinations. To the best of the authors knowledge, the problem of the inclined no flow boundaries has not been studied...
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Bibitalkhone spring with an average annual discharge of 2 m3/s is one of the important karstic springs in the Southwest of Iran which has a special hydrochemical behavior different from the other karstic springs. This study shows that the dominant water types of the spring are Cl–Na and HCO3–Ca for dry (approximately 8 months of year) and rainy (ab...
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The main discharging sources of the Pabdeh karstic anticline in the southwest of Iran are two closely spaced springs called Bibitalkhone and Gariveh. Both springs have emerged about 200 m apart at the trend of a crushed zone resulted from the hidden Pabdeh thrust fault and a contact with salty-gypsum layers. Although superficially similar geologica...
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The primary objective of the current study is to produce karstification potentiality maps in northeast of Khuzestan province, Iran, using both fuzzy logic and AHP models as an additional tool in hydrogeological research. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) are used to create two maps depicting the development of the karstif...
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The chemical quality of groundwater of Bushehr, southwest of Iran, was assessed for its suitability for drinking purposes. Hydro-geochemical studies were carried out in this area to identify the geochemical processes and their relation to groundwater quality. A total of 19 water samples were collected from the aquifer. The samples were then analyze...
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Albaji plain is located in the southwestern of Iran, containing groundwater with different chemical characteristics at various points. An understanding of the chemical origin of the groundwater provides insight into the interaction of water with the environment and contributes to a better resource management. To achieve this, 36 samples were collec...
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Introduction: In recent years, more emphasis has been put on water quality rather than surveying for new groundwater resources in industrialized countries. In contrary, in most developing countries groundwater quality and specifically pollution problems has not yet been taken into account as a result of finance allocation problems and scientific co...
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As groundwater is the main source for agriculture, industry and drinking in the Jiroft plain, thus its qualitative evaluation is very important. The aim of this investigation is qualitative evaluation of groundwater resources in the Jiroft plain and involving evaluation of chemical characteristics of groundwater in different parts and parameters co...
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Available hydrogeological data for the Baghmalek aquifer, southwest Iran, suggest that in order to counter progressive depletion of groundwater, but at the same time meet the growing demand on groundwater resources, artificial recharge should be considered. The success of artificial recharge schemes requires the integration of many types of data an...
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The study area of intensely tectonised rocks consists mainly of Asmari limestone formation (lower Miocene) and the impermeable Pabdeh-Gurpi formation (Oligocene) which lies beneath the karstic rocks and acts as a hydraulic barrier. The bare sedimentary formations generally crop out and in situ soil and regolith cover the limestone rock. The main st...
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In the Kushkak Valley (Khuzestan, Southwest Iran) an anticlinal structure has partially impounded an ephemeral stream. This natural impounded area has been chosen for an artificial recharge site due to its current rate of recharge, capability to store water and favorable situation for the construction of man-made barriers to stream flow. The aquife...
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Ever growing demand for water for agricultural activities in the Izeh Plain has enhanced the use of groundwater. Due to enormous groundwater abstraction since 1985, the overall static water level has receded by more than 5 meters reflecting that the aquifer is under stress condition. As a result, interest is focused on application of artificial rec...
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Background: The most common cause for acute onset of thrombocytopenia in an otherwise well child is (autoimmune) idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). The incidence of 1TP appears to be greater in children than in adult. The incidence of ITP in children is estimated to be approximately 46 new cases per million population per year. Prednisolone...
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Background: Acute respiratory tract infections, both bacterial and viral, cause 4.5 million childhood deaths worldwide, most of which occur in developing countries. Parainfluenza viruses, of the paramyxoviridae family, are among the common causes of acute respiratory infections, giving rise to 30% of respiratory infections in children before school...
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Background: To assess the distribution and resistance of the pathogens responsible for septic arthritis and osteomyelitis over a 10 years period in children admitted to Children's Medical Center Hospital, Tehran, Iran. Methods: Microbiologic and clinical presentation reports from 145 cases of septic arthritis and osteomyelitis from March 1995 to Fe...
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One of the quality management methods of groundwater resources is assessment of pollution potential, where with regard to that the boundary of groundwater resources quality is being determined, and proper management for land efficiency in touch with aquifer could be applied. In present investigation, with regard to permeability of recharge zone in...
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Currently there is little information regarding septic arthritis and osteomyelitis in Iran. This retrospective study has been conducted to assess the clinical features and determine the pathogens responsible for septic arthritis and osteomyelitis in patients admitted to our hospital over a 10 year period between 1995 and 2005. A total of 145 cases...
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Pediatric immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) typically manifests as isolated thrombocytopenia and mucocutaneous bleeding. We performed this study to determine the clinical features and treatment outcomes of infant with ITP. Retrospective analysis of 96 infant ITP patients treated from 1995 to 2005. The data abstracted comprised age, gender, clin...
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The Rod-e-Zard basin is located in the northeast of Khuzestan province, south west of Iran and the water flowing in this river is assemblage of five others perennial and ephemeral inlets (Gelal, Paderazan, Aboulabbas, Talkhab and Deli). In this investigation the chemical quality of the rivers water in the whole basin with use of AquaChem software h...

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