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Analysis presented in this paper is helpful in understanding the geographical account of the Kerman province in reference to the Islamic world from the 7-12th century. On a broad front, the paper explores the geographical environment of the Kerman province of the south central Iran, natural features and its resources (Le, 2008). In addition, the paper evaluates and analyses how Islamic region has influenced the landscape, natural and economic resources as well as the environment of Kerman province at this period of study.
Geographically Kerman province is located at a high margin of Lut desert surrounded by Mountains such as Saheb Al Zman. The area is entirely populated by the Muslim community and governed by the Islamic rule since the wiping out of the Kharijites who thrived in the region since the third century (Kennedy, 2012). Analysis of the Kerman environment between the 7-12th century was influenced by the events, activities and cultures of the Islamic religion but current the situation has changed due to modernization and economic revolution. In the ancient type of Islamic rule, Kerman province water, air and land environment was favored by the Islamic activities and events that occurred at that the religion experiences today Wheatley, It is worth noting that, current the Kerman province faces environmental concerns than it was from the 7-12th century.
The Kerman province air environment is faced with pollution challenges especially in the urban area. For example, the emissions from the vehicles, industrial effluents and refinery operations affect the air environment today than it was in the ancient period (Cooper & Yue, 2008). To some aspect, in the ancient period the quality of air was normal without major pollutants except for the natural dust emissions that were temporarily subjected to the environment due natural consequences (Muqaddasī & Collins,
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