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Arabameri A, shirani K. Delineation of Suitable Sites for Groundwater Artificial Recharge using Integrated AHP-TOPSIS (Case Study: Shahrood-Bastam Basin). jwss 2017; 21 (3) :149-168
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2. Dept. of Soil Conservation and Watershed Manage. Res., Isf. Agric. and Natural Resour. Res. and Education Center, AREEO, Isfahan, Iran. , k_sh424@yahoo.com
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Recent urban development and population growth in Shahrood tend to adopt a strategy for ground water management. This project, which is a descriptive- analytic type study based on field observation and laboratory analysis, aims to delineate proper sites for groundwater artificial recharge using integrated AHP-TOPSIS.  First, the study area was delineated using remote sensing techniques. Then, appropriate criteria including 5 main criteria and 12 sub-criteria were obtained by field observation and literature review. Then, the appropriate sites for groundwater recharge were determined. The process of the used method consists of designing hierarchical structure of the project, preparation of pairwise comparison matrices, weighting criteria and sub criteria values by experts, and ultimately ranking them by TOPSIS method. Results showed that lithology, slope, water table depth, and land use have the main role in sites delineation. A number of control sites were employed for model validation that indicates 87.20 percent accuracy. Overally, 73.6 and 82.12 percent of the total area were grouped as very suitable and suitable classes, respectively.
 

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Ggeneral
Received: 2015/09/4 | Accepted: 2016/12/12 | Published: 2017/11/12

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