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Investigating Quaternary Glacial Relics in Binalod Heights and Their Effects on Site Selection and Development of Mashhad City

Version 1 : Received: 5 November 2020 / Approved: 6 November 2020 / Online: 6 November 2020 (13:13:07 CET)

How to cite: Naemitabar, M.; Amirahmadi, A.; Gholimokhtari, L.; Karami, M. Investigating Quaternary Glacial Relics in Binalod Heights and Their Effects on Site Selection and Development of Mashhad City. Preprints 2020, 2020110243 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202011.0243.v1). Naemitabar, M.; Amirahmadi, A.; Gholimokhtari, L.; Karami, M. Investigating Quaternary Glacial Relics in Binalod Heights and Their Effects on Site Selection and Development of Mashhad City. Preprints 2020, 2020110243 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202011.0243.v1).

Abstract

Accordingly, the present study is aimed at investigating quaternary climate changes in Binalod Heights. To identify glacial effects, Morphic indices, field evidence and effects, climatic evidence, and (laboratory) experimental analysis were employed. Determining the permanent snow line in the region was conducted using the Right Method and 65 cirques which are considered as much enriched feeding resources for the formation an ice cover in the region. The expansion of settlements in the region are lower than the permanent snow life is more accumulated than above the border of the permanent snow line. This issue indicates that refrigeration cells do not have the ability to create civil nuclear. Regarding quaternary climate changes and the gradual warming of the climate, the initial core of the City of Mashhad ranges from the center of the Kashf rood River to northeastern heights of Binalod. In addition, the existence of glacial cirques in heights as an important factor in feeding refrigerating conditions has been effective on the expansion of urbanization of Mashhad in the past time. Our new geomorphological mapping and landsystem reconstructions provide an important insight into the response of temperate Binalod glaciers to rapidly-warming climate

Subject Areas

permanent snow line; Quaternary; Cirque; Glaciers; Binalod

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