Sustainable coastal zoning using fuzzy method (Case Study: Qeshm Island)

Coastal environments are considered to be the most sensitive environmental systems influenced by hydrodynamic processes that are relatively fast and may not be comparable to other geomorphological systems.Qeshm Beaches Due to Fluctuations and Highly Changed Water Levels, a unique environment with special features has been created. Due to this change of water level, we see large changes in the coastline in coastal areas. By understanding these changes, we will be able to plan more accurately for the areas concerned and to be aware of the risks associated with fluctuations in water level and to provide an effective management for a better future on Qeshm Beaches. The study area of this research is the coastline of Qeshm Island. The purpose of this study is to stabilize the coastal zone of Qeshm Island to construct new sea areas. The method of this study is based on the nature and purpose of the research-applied evaluation-analytical method. An important part of the studies is the collection and analysis of the data and data available for simulations. In this study, using the Fuzzy Topsis Method (FTOPSIS) and Fuzzy Hierarchy (FAHP), we analyze the criterion for determining the zoning of sea shores. The University of Newcastle indicates that the northern part of the island has a better location for the construction of new offshore areas, so this section is characterized by a thousand hectares of land.

Article Type:
Case Study
Journal of Zonal Planing, Volume:9 Issue:35, 2019
85 - 94  
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