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Karam Khalili, Ali Jamshidi & Esfandiar Mohammadi

Plans identify indicators (water, soil and Industry) applicable in Ilam Dam basin water with emphasis on sustainable development

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Abstract

The negligence of development impacts in recent decades has imposed serious problems to great projects due to inattention to the environment. To this end, a positive movement towards the assessment of strategic development effects has been triggered in recent years. This study aims to identify and prioritize executable development projects in the area of drinking water dam of Ilam with the priority of assessing environmental impacts. It is an applied study in terms of objective and a descriptive-analytical study in terms of method. The study population consists of two qualitative and quantitative sections. Experts who are familiar with related issues, problems and impacts of dam making projects constitute the first section while the second one covers specialists who are familiar with the drainage basin of dam. The samples of both sections were selected using purposive sampling method. Data was collected by questionnaire (both open-ended and close-ended questionnaires) and was analyzed using SPSS and Liserl. Finally, 9 important factors were identified as the main title of projects namely: 1) plant product projects, 2) livestock product projects, 3) water, soil and industrial projects, 4) veterinary medicine projects, 5) forest, pasture and watershed management projects, 6) promotion and exploitation projects, 7) economic association projects, 8) production cooperatives for providing agricultural engineering services and 9) job opportunities of agriculture sector. In addition, 82 development-titled projects were extracted to be studied in Ilam dam site.

Keywords : employment, Ilam dam, executable projects, sustainable development.

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Karam Khalili, Ali Jamshidi & Esfandiar Mohammadi, «Plans identify indicators (water, soil and Industry) applicable in Ilam Dam basin water with emphasis on sustainable development», Bulletin de la Société Royale des Sciences de Liège [En ligne], Volume 86 - Année 2017, Special issue, 794 - 807 URL : http://popups.ulg.ac.be/0037-9565/index.php?id=7011.

A propos de : Karam Khalili

Ilam Islamic Azad University

A propos de : Ali Jamshidi

Strategic management, Ilam Islamic Azad University

A propos de : Esfandiar Mohammadi

Ilam University