Investigation of Quantitative metrics to protect the landscape in land use by sustainable pattern (Case study: Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad).



Nowadays, with the development of human societies and more mastery over the environment, to environmental changes caused by the faster and wider than before the occurrence of the joins. So having the necessary information about these changes and to manage the natural order is essential to sustainable ecosystems, metrics of landscape is tools landscape situation are few mechanisms that cause the diversity of their widespread use in planning studies related to ground. These measures are capable in a short time a lot of information about the structure and us components of landscape changes to give. The study were used measures the spatial distribution and composition of patches and landscape-level classes. According to the study aims to examine the basic structure and process of landscape change in the future and also the importance of vegetative Zagros region, province Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad took, the results of this study showed that whatever percentage density residential areas in the region More: 1) increased density of stain, 2) measure the spots increases. 3) Spot size decreases. 4) Landscape connectivity and coherence time decreases. Also, metrics of land cover showed the highest percentage related to the user to arrange user forest, pasture and agriculture is, metric results and distribution of spatial distribution, distribution patterns of the patches in the province shows a pile. Also show Sympsyvn and Shannon diversity index, abundance and diversity of user types over the province for this.