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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Coastal regions of Iran spread in vast areas in north and south of country. Assessment of these areas in human and physical specifications point of view can help us for developing of tourism industry in these areas. One of the major specifications that we must have more attention to it, arc coastal landforms . Therefore, assessment of distribution and evolution of them is very important. In fact, there are many landforms in coastal areas that reorganization of them and its effective on the development of tourism industry is very important , potentials and limitations by these landforms in relation to select of tourism site and development of settlements must be considered by government and tourism company. There are many landforms in coastal area of south and north of Iran. These areas attract many tourist and we ought to have attention to these landforms seriously. in fact if we will have thought to sustainable tourism industry in Iran, we must assessed of coastal area in geomorphology point of view and distribution and evolution of landforms and its effective in tourism industry. data on GDP by industry and national income and product account data used to update this table. The model is both theoretical and applied and is based on very simple and general assumptions about the interactions between the three main components of the system: the tourists, the environment , and the Capital. These assumptions are encapsulated in a so- called panet discussion model, used to predict the economic and environmental impact of any given policy. This paper is of value for three reasons. First , it introduces the approach of forecasting models in the context of tourism, which has traditionally been dominated by the use of economertic models Second , the specific results are quite interesting . In fact, tourism sustainabillity can be achieved, provided agents are prudent about reinvesting their profits and compatible behavior to an unprofitable or incompatible one. Third , although not directly related to the problem of tourism but rather to the general topic of sustainability, this is one of the first times that the notion of sustainability, which is more and more pervasive in the field of resource management, is interpreted strictly in terms of the structural properties of the attractors of a dynamic system. This creates an important and promising bridge between sustainability and bifurcation theory, one of the most important areas of systems analysis.