1 دانشگاه شهید بهشتی, دانشکده علوم زمین, گروه جغرافیای انسانی و آمایش, ایران
2 دانشگاه پیام نور, گروه جغرافیا, ایران
عنوان مقاله [English]
A phenomenon related to the destruction and destruction of agricultural lands and the scattered and isolated growth of residential constructions and other non-agricultural uses in agricultural and garden lands, so that the size of agricultural and garden lands in villages has been significantly reduced over time. . This article seeks to identify and analyze the consequences of rural creep on the extent and intensity of land use change in rural settlements around Hamedan city during a 20-year period (1374-1394). The scope of the research includes 24 large rural settlements within 10 kilometers of Hamedan city with a total population of about 67 thousand people (average rural population of 2800 people) in an agricultural and garden area. The research method was descriptive and analytical, using questionnaires, conducting interviews, several field visits, comparing GIS maps of 1374 and 1394, and their spatial analysis. The findings of the research show that a total of 70% of the physical expansion of villages has happened in rainfed and irrigated agricultural lands as well as gardens (inside or adjacent to the villages). The rest of the expansion of the rural fabric has been in arable agricultural lands, separated housing foundation lands, natural resource lands, and non-agricultural spaces within the rural fabric. The findings of the research showed that the area of the physical tissue of the villages at the beginning of the period (1374) was 450.3 hectares, and at the end of the period (1394) it reached 776.2 hectares, which indicates the destruction and change of land use of more than 220 hectares of agricultural land and Baghi is the study area. Based on this, the wise management of agricultural and garden lands and policies for the protection and maintenance of agricultural lands in the urban area of Hamedan and the rural settlements of Pirashhari in the form of the approach of rural-urban links are necessary.