Research Journal of Agronomy

Year: 2018
Volume: 12
Issue: 4
Page No. 25 - 31

The Change in Environmental Status by Expands the Coverage Area of Tourism Activities

Authors : Asadollah Divsalar, Mehdi Yousefian, Elham Shirzad and M. Beigum Nourozian Amiri

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to determine energy consumption of output and input and investigated their effects on ecosystem in a tourism zone in North of Iran. We are interest to know how much energy produce and how much of them consumed. The Mazandran province in South part of Caspian Sea has main potential for production with suitable land, enough water and good soil. The first part of our discussion is about agri-food sector that have important part in economic development because of its great role on public health. In this area, the most cultivation product is related to industry products with 38.6%. In fish culture sector Mazandaran has 664 numbers of warm water fish culture with beneficial extent of 2362 ha warm water fish, 26.6 ha cold water fish and 12678 ha natural resource. Recently by increasing the population in this area, the ground which allocated to build houses, increased about 24%. To substitute the land for building, a part of forest and agricultural area were used. By comparing the data during a decade about 360 ha of green land were used for this purpose. The population growth leads to increasing demand for food and shelter. In this respect the area for compensate the increase population just during two recent year is estimated to be 670 ha. On the other hand traveling to Mazandran province to use its favorite weather is increasing, therefore energy consumption is increased. All of these trend results in increase demand for fuel consumption and CO2 generated.

How to cite this article:

Asadollah Divsalar, Mehdi Yousefian, Elham Shirzad and M. Beigum Nourozian Amiri, 2018. The Change in Environmental Status by Expands the Coverage Area of Tourism Activities. Research Journal of Agronomy, 12: 25-31.

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